It seems that if you want to find out the truth about something, all you need to do is listen to Glenn Beck. Take what he says, switch that statement to its opposite, and then you've got the facts straight.
This election and the rage connected to it (racist and anti-immigrant especially) are traceable to the 1960s and the right-wing class warfare that followed.
"The Backlash" takes us on a trip to the strip-malls, mountain hollows and exurban living rooms where reactionary populism takes root and grows.
Let's not condemn ourselves to repeat the past because of short-term memory loss.
Shoot yourself in the foot if you like, but don't do it on Nov. 2 because the buckshot will hit the rest of us!
Participants in Saturday's rally took one step in the right direction, towards a conversation that acknowledges our commonality and ceaseless interdependence with one another.
Immigrants have been a perennial scapegoat of the right-wing.
There's more than one way to judge a rally's success.
It appears that the Christian Coalition forgot the Eighth Commandment, the one that bans lying and perjury.