Actually, they don’t come from God or nature.
They want a law allowing gun owners to shoot “illegal” voters. “We want to keep the wrong people away from the polls.”
To answer Ryan, the Democrats will have to do more than extend unemployment insurance, coddle the banks and multinational corporations, and hope for better days.
When Tommy saw John Nichols of the Madison Capital Times and The Nation, he said, “How the hell did you get in here?”
Overkill is too mild a word to describe the contrast between the heavy security and the protests in Tampa.
Sol Grosskopf has been getting his picture taken an awful lot at the Republican National Convention in Tampa. And it's easy to see why: everywhere he goes, Grosskopf proudly wears his cheesehead hat, which he's adorned with a Romney-Ryan pin. He's usually quoted in media reports saying the country is in a "cheesehead revolution."
Not since 1984, when President Ronald Reagan won re-election, has a Republican candidate for president won in Wisconsin.
Ron Paul delegates rebel, Walker bombs, and the biggest speeches of the night feature conflicting themes.
A giant puppet was labeled “Romney, King of the 1%” but there was not a lot of enthusiasm for Obama.
She pledges "to do for the rest of the country what we did in Wisconsin."
The banners read: “Walker Hates Working Families” and “Walker Has a Koch Problem.” Said one protester: “He epitomizes what we can’t stand.”
The regressive social agenda of the Right is no longer restricted to the election season and the passage of the party platform.