Conservatives offer lofty rhetoric about states’ rights and family values. So then why do they oppose sanctuary cities?
Tag: Republican Party
His callous disregard for political norms has ruined the Senate.
Imagine the horror that will be felt by the right if it happens. They assume it can’t happen. They assume Jon Ossoff, the Georgia Democrat surging in the special election to fill the Sixth Congressional District seat vacated by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, will come up short, and a reliable Republican hack… Read more »
Last week, former ABC News producer Emily Rooney discussed whether mainstream media entities have exaggerated the dynamic of Trump voters expressing buyer’s remorse. Assuming arguendo that the Fourth Estate has not overhyped this dynamic, it’s fair to ask whether Republican voters who feel betrayed by Trump–those who realize that a man surrounded by multimillionaires will… Read more »
Health care was just the start of Trump’s legislative debacles.
An emergent bloc of Republican voters, with unprecedented access to the new president’s administration, openly despises our founding document’s historic ideals. If left to fester, this poison will destroy the conservative movement.
Stalling promising state efforts could have the effect of undercutting retirement security for millions of Americans.
The government safety net promotes individual liberty. Progressives need to start talking about it that way.
How the GOP became the party of affirmative action for chronic under-achievers.
Quietly, Senate Republicans have already chosen Mitch McConnell as their next leader — because Congress just isn’t partisan enough.