If you listened very closely to the Republican debate last night you could've picked up one or two nuggets that actually reflected reality, but that made the session all the more scary.
There seems to be a mutually beneficial relationship that ties the gun industry, the gun lobby, and the GOP together.
The vilest things are coming from the mouths of arch-segregationists, including the bunch that sits on the United States Supreme Court.
Despite conservative cajoling, voters recognized that Scott Walker just wasn't presidential material.
The families whose loved ones were murdered in San Bernardino are still in shock, but GOP presidential wannabes are exploiting the tragedy for personal advantage.
What is known is that the two assault-style rifles and two handguns recovered at the scene of the shootout were bought legally in the United States.
Surrendering to the narrative that Hillary is another Wall Street Democrat will leave us all flat-footed when it's time to go up against the GOP.
The Affordable Care Act - Obamacare to some - is a perennial target of Republicans.
The Walker approach hasn't opened Wisconsin to business, it has propelled an exodus.
There has been a continuing struggle to honor veterans not only on this holiday, but all year round.