1. Biden Reportedly Calls Tea Partiers 'Crazy' →

    Vice President Joe Biden called the tea party “crazy” and said its adherents have “no judgment” during a closed-door meeting Tuesday, CNN reported.

    Biden is in trouble for accidentally telling the truth. The GOP has radically shifted to the right and is no longer interested in anything except posturing and profiteering.

  2. Missouri Official Meant 'No Ill Intent' When She Called For Military Coup →

    But I cannot and do not understand why no action is being taken against our domestic enemy. I know he is supposedly the commander in chief, but the constitution gives you the authority,” she wrote in the post. “What am I missing? Thank you for your bravery and may God keep you safe.”

    Can we agree that discussing a Military Coup is off limits for anyone in uniform, elected or appointed officials and anyone that is part of a militia or political party?

  3. Denying Climate Change 'Will Cost Us Billions Of Dollars,' U.S. Budget Director Warns →

    “From where I sit, climate action is a must do; climate inaction is a can’t do; and climate denial scores – and I don’t mean scoring points on the board,” Donovan said. “I mean that it scores in the budget. Climate denial will cost us billions of dollars.”

  4. ISIS Bans Teaching Evolution In Schools →

    They love guns and pick up trucks and hate evolution and feminism. ISIS is red state.

  5. Red-State Cities Find Euphemisms To Prepare for Global Warming →

    The pattern illustrates a growing disconnect between the debate still raging in politics and the reality on the ground. In many city planning departments, it has become like Voldemort, the arch-villain of the Harry Potter stories: It’s the issue that cannot be named.

    The cognitive dissonance can only hold so long. At some point the denial side will have to admit they are wrong.

  6. The Biggest Robbers In America Are Employers →

    The amount of money employers had to pay because they were found guilty of wage theft is nearly three times greater than all the money stolen in robberies, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI).

    That $50 billion figure dwarfs the $14 billion taken from victims of robberies, burglaries, larcenies, and car thefts in 2012. That’s less than a third of the cost of wage theft, according to EPI’s estimations.

    The NLRB needs to be reformed for the post labour union era. It should be the advocate for those who are robbed by their employers and it isn’t.

  7. Alaska Riot Exposes White Culture of Lawlessness, Violence →

    attendees said some of the members of the Palin family allegedly jumped into a fistfight. Police later confirmed that members of the Palin family were indeed present at the rowdy party.

    I blame hockey, reality TV and country music for glorifying such behavior.

  8. Rob Ford Drops Out Of Toronto Mayoral Race →

    Just a matter of time before he ends up in a van down by the river.

  9. Rand Paul Calls Hillary Clinton 'A War Hawk' →

    For those playing at home, there are two wings of the GOP. One that claims the Dems are War Mongers and another that claims they are Gutless Surrender Monkeys.

  10. Rand Paul: GOP Can’t 'Completely Flip' On Gay Marriage →

    He went on to say that when it comes to the GOP, “the party can’t become the opposite of what it is” on social matters.

    Paul is basically admitting that once the homophobes and bigots in the GOP base start dying off, the GOP will have to change its stance in the culture wars. Liberals have been saying this since the start of the southern strategy.