In the immortal words of William Shakespeare: “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.”
That caca in the middle of the larger mess of caca? That’s caca too.
We are less than six months from the presidential elections of 2016, and I have absolutely no idea what to do.
Brush up on your history; Republican DO have a history of bigotry and playing on people’s prejudices.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the impending legacy of soon-to-be former Speaker of the House John Boehner.
Jessicah Lahitou is not a fan of grandstanding. After seeing Paul Ryan speak, she is a fan of him.
Is Congressman Paul Ryan’s latest round of outreach to the poor driven by humility and charity, or a desire for good press?
Community College instructor Gint Aras responds to Tal Fortgang’s dismissal of his white privilege.
Republicans often claim that President Obama is the worst president in history but how does he really compare to the worst of the worst?
Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, and yes, Ayn Rand would rather blame poverty within our communities and low achievement in our schools on the “cultures” of those suffering from the social inequities.
In lieu of Paul Ryan’s commitment to improve life outcomes of inner city men, here are five things he would probably say to them.
Republican Congressman Paul Ryan’s attempts to blame poverty on culture show how out of touch he is with reality.
I agree with Paul Ryan, there’s a culture problem, but it’s his, not ours.
Bridgegate could end Christie’s chances for a shot at the White House, but not in the way you’d think.
North Carolina’s cuts to unemployment show that ending unemployment does not cause people to go get jobs.
The political media should focus on the impact of Paul Ryan’s policies, not try to read his mind.