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Sarah Palin’s Fox show unmasked as a phony

The high-profile launch of Sarah Palin's "Real American Stories" on Fox News Channel should be retitled "Manufactured American Fantasies" after two of the subjects...

Thugs like Hutaree thrive on paranoia, gullibility

Those who fault the government for everything are stampeding to rationalize the incredible plot by a Bible-thumping trailer-trash militia to kill police officers and...

Palin to Tea Party: Keep shouting

Sarah Palin told thousands of tea party activists assembled in the dusty Nevada desert Saturday that Sen. Harry Reid will have to explain his...

A Half-Baked Alaska Sermon

1832 – In Hiram, Ohio a group of men beat, tar and feather Mormon leader Joseph Smith, Jr.. 1999 - Glenn Beck begins talks with...

Sarah, Mitt square off in late-night TV war

Two contenders for dominance in the Republican Party in 2012 square off against each other on late night TV shows Tuesday and become part...

Conservatives pile it on at CPAC

Republicans who may want President Barack Obama's job flocked to the town they love to hate this weekend and repeatedly ripped into the Democrat,...

Obama launches road show to sell stimulus ‘success’

President Barack Obama vigorously defended his $787 billion stimulus on Wednesday, insisting it rescued Americans from the worst of the economic calamity and ripping...

Moonbats and wingnuts: Why the numbers matter

The far extremes of both parties get too much of the news. Currently the far right with their Barack as Adolph signs and their most outrageous comments play well to the show business side of the 24/7 news. These are the so-called wingnuts. Among them are the birthers, those who think Obama is a secret Muslim, and who wants to pull the plug on grandma. The far lefties, the moonbats, grumble about Obama’s health care not being socialist enough and cast their counter-parts on the other extreme as rednecks and racists. Why can’t we just ignore the extremists and pay attention to the rational Republicans and Democrats? (See William Safire: “On Moon Bats and Wing Nuts”)