The (not very) "Christian" right is following an atheist philosophy. Listen to Ayn Rand's own words. Who do you follow?
This election cycle has certainly been entertaining in the sense of hearing how the Republican party and its candidate have alienated different groups of voters. Here's a summary.
We are continuing our saga to make sense of the candidacy for President of the United States of America, of Donald Trump on the Republican side.
The “alternative right” is a another form of conservatism growing alongside the Donald Trump movement and popular websites such as Breitbart. Will it help propel Mr. Trump to the White House?
Facebook has a new competitor, the Tea Party Community. Can this conservative community compete with the social media giant?
Slowly but surely making our way to the end of the alphabet on The Donald (Trump) and his presidential campaign. But of course, as always, our goal is historical contextualization, not tabloid expose.
We are still making sense of the seemingly stunning, albeit currently somewhat stalled, Trump ascendancy.
We are still trying to figure out the Republican nomination of utterly inexperienced, flamboyant, billionaire real estate developer, Donald J. Trump.
We are continuing our project of putting the Trump Presidential campaign in historical perspective.
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump proposes plan to force Mexico to pay for the wall. Is a wall what is needed to secure our nation’s borders? Or the best way to alienate the rest of the world?