2008

 
 

Which Republican Presidential Candidate is more likely to…?

The candidates who are still in the race to win the Republican nomination are an interesting bunch. It might be interesting to wonder who the most likely would be to:

 

Voting Rights: Republicans Attack on Democracy

After the midterm 2010 election when Republicans gained control of several state houses and governor seats, they began working on legislation; not to create jobs for the unemployed as many of their campaigns promised, but to introduce new abortion restriction laws and contraception laws, pass leg

 

Ron Paul & Clicktivism [denialism blog]

The point raised by yesterday's Times article on Ron Paul was that while Paul attracts big crowds, these crowds do not translate into voter turnout.

 

Mooney now agrees with us - Denialists deserve ridicule, not debate [denialism blog]

He had to realize Nisbett's framing was worthless and write a whole book on defective Republican reasoning to realize it but it sounds like Chris Mooney

 

Racism in America: Live and Well

The stigma of racism seems to be a lasting legacy for America – no matter how we try to separate ourselves from it, mostly through our laws and our courts, we still can’t quite succeed.  We fought a civil war to secure the freedom of those who would be enslaved and we passed a

 

Romney Advisor Compares General Campaign to Etch a Sketch

Romney Advisor  Eric Fehrnstrom has confirmed what many of us already knew would happen once Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney becomes the Republican nominee

 

Etch-a-Sketch Mitt vs. Ever-Sketchy Rick

For once, Romney keeps his own mouth shut
about Cadillacs, NASCAR owners & $10,000 bets,
yet his aide's mistake messes Mitt's momentum
as "etch-a-sketch" becomes the new "flip-flop."