They still don't understand why political correctness is winning.
They shouldn't forget this, and neither should you.
Want to take back the House this year? Focus on these 9 Golden State Republicans whose days are numbered.
After a weekend of bad spin, this is heartening news.
The worst people on both sides desperately want to believe they're comedians, but they lack an understanding of how humor works.
The Kremlin-Friendly Congressman Who Dismisses the Notion of Russian Hacking is at it Again
Every sane person in America breathed a sigh of relief after Bannon left the White House last month, but sadly the Breitbart editor remains as dangerous as ever.
Is she too young to learn about the ugliness of Trump's supporters? That depends on whether or not you think she's she too young to be marched off to the gas chambers for being a Jew.
If you thought Donald Trump couldn't sink any lower after his atrocious response to the racist terrorism in Charlottesville earlier this month, think again.
If you genuinely believe that Antifa is comparable in any way to the white supremacists marching in Charlottesville chanting "The Jews will not replace us" then you are a fascist sympathizer. And if you are a fascist sympathizer, you are basically a fascist.
the Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin slaughtered top Trump donor Ken Abramowitz on MSNBC for his pathetic defense of Trump's response to white supremacists marching in Charlottesville VA.
Trump has explicitly stated that "both sides" were at fault for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and claimed there were some "very fine people" marching in the Unite the Right rally. Now he claims he never said this.
This isn't just bad, it is cataclysmically bad.
Claiming that there were some "fine people" on the side of the Nazis and Klansmen this weekend is an example of how the Republicans cannot debate in a rational manner anymore.
The cops really hurt their feelings and they're very sad about the whole thing.
Nazis and white supremacists surely viewed Trump's delayed condemnation for what it really was: politically necessary yet gratefully disingenuous. In other words, he didn't really mean it.