Filed Under: “Republican Party”

Study finds nearly 22 percent of Republican state legislators joined extremist Facebook groups

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Researchers find GOP lawmakers pushing for censorship and voter suppression laws based on groups’ beliefs


Democratic leaders are finally talking about democracy at risk, but their actions don’t yet match their words

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To defeat fascism, you must say its name, and then act accordingly


The panic over ‘critical race theory’ is merely the latest tool of Republican elites

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Why a disparate group of billionaires, GOP politicians, televangelists, media outlets, and white supremacist militias have found common cause around a new and exciting moral panic


Democrats haven’t realized that you can’t defend democracy without explaining it

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To counter right-wing authoritarianism, the center-left must articulate a broad vision of a progressive society


Biden: What are Republicans for? McConnell: No comment

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After taking GOP obstruction for granted in his first year, the president is finally asking Republicans to discuss their unpopular policies


Chris Christie’s book flop exposed the absurdity of establishment media’s search for ‘reasonable Republicans’

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GOP elites occasionally critical of Trump are celebrated in the centrist press, but they actually have no real constituency


Democratic leaders can’t rely on others to educate the public about Republican radicalization

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Americans will not understand that the GOP has embraced violence until President Biden and other Democrats tell them


GOP members of Congress keep trying to take credit for pandemic relief they voted against

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Democrats passed nearly $2 trillion in aide to states and businesses, are they letting Republicans take the credit for it?


The GOP embrace of violence is too important for mainstream media outlets to ignore

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Corporate media journalists aren’t serving the public’s right to know unless they report the story of how far-right Republicans are trying to develop a paramilitary wing


Christianist leader tries to cancel GOP chair for outreach to LGBT Republicans

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Hate group leader Tony Perkins is trying to mobilize far-right Christians against Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel for collaboration with Log Cabin Republicans


 

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