Jonathan Swan at Axios suggests that there's only one source for all of Trump's racist diatribe at Mount Rushmore this week. That's preposterous.
Sen. Michael Bennet pushes back when asked if he can "empathize" with Alexander and Rubio and their decision to vote not to have witnesses or evidence in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump because they supposedly don't want to "pour gasoline on a culture war fire."
Thankfully, Sen. Michael Bennet slapped down MSNBC's Chuck Todd for this nonsense.
Gorka is fuming over an anthropomorphic aardvark. Because culture wars. Seriously.
In the aftermath of the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage, David Brooks notes that social conservatives still seem determined to turn back the clock on sexual morality. Brooks tries to steer them away from the course they're on.
The Nightly Show's Larry Wilmore didn't have any kind words for the Duggars and their hypocritical stance on gay marriage.
Former Bush-Cheney campaign strategist Matthew Dowd is terribly upset about these divisive "culture wars" we're having now that his side is losing them.
ABC, This Week, April 5, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/04/matthew-dowd-very-sad-about-culture-wars
MSNBC's Chris Hayes and author Thomas Frank discuss how the right has managed to capture the populist outrage in much of America and how their policies have failed the people who are voting for them.
Real Time with Bill Maher, New Rules, May 23, 2014.
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