First off, he seems to be missing an understanding of the Constitution.  The day after I put up the post about how he wanted to throw up after reading fellow Roman Catholic JFK’s 1960  separation-of-church-and-state speech, NPR reported that he was in Kalamazoo, Michigan addressing a crowd in the gymnasium of the Heritage Christian Academy, that included members of Read More →

If you think it’s just liberals who think the Republican Party has gone over the edge just check The Washington Post opinion page where Fred Hiatt, the right-of-center editorial page editor, joins the growing ranks of those in the middle of the ideological spectrum ridiculing the increasingly nutty pronouncements coming from the GOP presidential candidates. Read More →

Article VI, Clause III of The Constitution of the United States of America. The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no Read More →

Percentage of [outside] political ad spending during elections that would have been prohibited before Citizens United:  72 – Harper’s Index, March 2012. Eliot Spitzer had one more thing to say about the effect of  Citizens United after Bill Maher said the ability to make limitless campaign contributions “seems insane.” (see post below) Spitzer:  Look, we Read More →