In the wake of last week’s black riots in Ferguson, Mo., wingnut conspiracy theorists have whipped themselves into a frenzy over the prospect of a nationwide “race war.”
I remember when Glenn Beck first played out his doomsday scenario for the Year 2014 back in 2009, highlighted by his special "War Room" episode, and thinking even then: "It's going to be fun to go back in 2014 and see how well his predictions turned out."
Those angry right-wing truckers are still promising that at least 3,000 of their number will be showing up in Washington, D.C., this weekend to bring traffic along the Beltway to a grinding halt as part of a protest of what organizers call “the blatant disregard of our Constitution”.
Glenn Beck's overwrought routine continues on The Blaze as he pretends the body of Lady Liberty is gurgling up blood.
If you thought the wingnuts in Arizona can't get any crazier, you were wrong. Check out this statement by Rep. Terri Proud (R-Tucson): "Personally I'd like to make a law that mandates a woman watch an abortion being performed prior to having a
Romney Thanks Crazy Supporter Who Says He Needs A Gun To Defend Himself Against A 'Tyrannical Government'
While the Village press keeps presenting Willard as "the moderate" or "the technocrat" or the "sensible" Republican, the candidate himself is giving no indication he's anything of the sort. Check out this completely bizarre exchange in which a
RedState, home of CNN's Erick Erickson, front-paged this masterpiece of wingnuttery on Monday about Rick Santorum which begins, Left-leaning elitist pundits are scratching their heads. After two weeks of liberals trying to convince women that
The Fox freakout over the White House's new rapid-response media team headed by Jesse Lee picked up a head of steam last night on Sean Hannity's show, when Andrew Breitbart came on and sounded like his nemesis, Glenn Beck, for a bit, as he
It's not just the racist outbursts and the intense adoption of bizarre conspiracy theories about the president's birth certificate that pretty clearly identifies the Tea Partiers as truly a bunch of loons. Then there are the costumes. We got
Gee, it sounds like a match made in Tea Party Heaven: Sarah Palin and Jerry Boykin, appearing on the same stage to deliver a good ol' fashioned right-wing fundamentalist "Tribute to the Troops": Former Alaska governor and vice-presidential
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