"There is no such thing as global warming," says GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum.
Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., has carefully cultivated the image of a political moderate. It was that image that allowed him to get elected in 2010 in the first place.
"The Republican Party is the party of the white working class," David Brooks, the New York Times' resident conservative "intellectual," declared.
While he claims to support personal liberty, many of his policy positions would do little to help the liberty of ethnic or sexual minorities.
Was it the Christmas spirit or the street heat that was getting to Walker? The governor will soon find out that 2012 is going to be a whole lot hotter.
A large enough device can generate up to two billion watts, about what Hoover Dam turns out in a day.
"There are no Palestinians. There are Arabs who inhabit the State of Israel." These are your words, Mr. Gingrich.
Mitt Romney said that his business experience would make him a good steward of the economy - maybe I'm missing something.
Do former officials of the Bush administration and other right-wing Republican-connected people who lead these groups have any interest in educating working class and minority students?
In times like these some might ask: does a strategic focus on defeating right-wing extremism continue to make sense? I think so, and here's why.