As the war lumbers along and the atrocities become more atrocious, conservatives will insist that they knew all along that this Putin guy was bad news and will deny their groveling hero worship of a power-hungry mass murderer.
There is just something about an overly aggressive, hostile, boastful jerk masquerading as a tough guy that makes huge swaths of any given population say, “Sure, go ahead and arrest my neighbors, control the media, and kill foreigners, because you’re the boss.”
When a majority of the members of a political party enthusiastically deny reality—consistently and for months on end—we should acknowledge that most of them sincerely savor their collective delusion.
Republican policies are not only bad for public health, but also bad for business.
The Republican Party has quit the exhausting task of hiding its affinity for head-bashing, and instead, conservatives are openly celebrating mayhem.
The Republicans big win in the Virginia gubernatorial race has pundits predicting a wave of GOP victories in 2022 and 2024.
“Forgive and forget” is great advice for one’s personal life, but for a country, it can be suicidal, writes Daniel Cubias
The Republicans have a radical vision for America. Just don’t call it patriotism or democracy, writes Daniel Cubias.