"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.
With the presidential election looming over 2012, we should take a cue from our Kenyan brothers and sisters. We need to take our analysis of the gross negligence of our financial institutions into the electoral arena.
With the 2012 elections less than a year away, the entire right wing is amassing great sums of money in order to win. They want to take over the White House and the both houses of Congress.
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.
One need not be a political scientist to see that there are forces arrayed on the right who are working full-time, using millions of corporate dollars to defeat President Obama and install an extremist in the White House.
The Nov. 8 elections were a nationwide victory for the 99% over the narrow agenda of the billionaire, far-right 1%!
The tally in the low turnout election was just under 50 percent for Tomblin, 47.5 percent for Republican drilling executive Bill Maloney, with the remainder going for Mountain Party candidate.
Om Saturday, October 1, thousands joined in to celebrate Troy Davis' life at the Jonesville Baptist Church in Savannah, Ga., and tens of thousands more joined online through the webstream
Shelby County has been trying to disenfranchise black people for years, but the latest ploy has been shot down by a federal district court.