Tea Party Archive

  • In a nation that prides itself on democracy and equality, one finds many defenders of elitism and inequality among some conservatives, most libertarians, and especially objectivists. In a capitalist nation, one that often worships economic success above morality, one can find religious defenses of amorality going back pretty far. How did we get here?

    Libertarianism Failure: Inequality and the Repeal of Public Protections

    In a nation that prides itself on democracy and equality, one finds many defenders of elitism and inequality among some conservatives, most libertarians, and especially objectivists. In a capitalist nation, one that often worships economic success above morality, one can find religious defenses of amorality going back pretty far. How did we get here?

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  • BCNews goes out in the field to find once and for all what's bug'n Tea Partiers about Obama.

    US Tea Party: Social Remission is Society’s Cancer

    BCNews goes out in the field to find once and for all what's bug'n Tea Partiers about Obama.

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  • Congressional Tea Party Crazies, funded by two-too nutty billionaire brothers (the Kochs), threaten to shut government (forever?) unless Obamacare is jettisoned: a healthcare model conceived by Republicans, enacted by a Republican governor, never mind Capitol Hill's over-the-cliff-gang have wrenched more than they even asked for in budget cuts from Obama ain't ever enough, long as "He" occupies 1600 PA Ave. Following are some sane recommendations from Robert Reich.

    American Tea Party: Crazy Talk From the Heartland

    Congressional Tea Party Crazies, funded by two-too nutty billionaire brothers (the Kochs), threaten to shut government (forever?) unless Obamacare is jettisoned: a healthcare model conceived by Republicans, enacted by a Republican governor, never mind Capitol Hill's over-the-cliff-gang have wrenched more than they even asked for in budget cuts from Obama ain't ever enough, long as "He" occupies 1600 PA Ave. Following are some sane recommendations from Robert Reich.

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  • BCnews' ongoing trek through the political tall grass of double-speak and self-aggrandizement, searching for that elusive nugget / needle-in-the-political haystack, called Truth. Today, Rep. Stephen Fincher, Republican of Tennessee, explains why the government needs to reduce spending on the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program that provides food to poor families.

    BCNews Talks Farm Bill With Congressman Fincher

    BCnews' ongoing trek through the political tall grass of double-speak and self-aggrandizement, searching for that elusive nugget / needle-in-the-political haystack, called Truth. Today, Rep. Stephen Fincher, Republican of Tennessee, explains why the government needs to reduce spending on the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program that provides food to poor families.

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