Cda Press editor Mike Patrick, takes on Malek critics in today's editorial.
Freshmen legislators are to be seen and not heard, is that it?
Or is it that legislators who don't take a hard-line, fist-clenching, spittle-spewing stance on one emotional issue suddenly deserve zero support from their party?
Conservatives who claim to have learned painful but important lessons from just a few months ago might want to step back and analyze how well they're doing in applying those lessons.
You'd think that after Democrats were dancing in the streets last November with President Obama's stunningly easy victory and his party holding serve in Congress, conscientious Republicans would enlarge their platform to accommodate more perspectives - and not coincidentally, more voters. Read more.
I especially enjoyed this: "Fury with all things Obama still overheats the kettle on the Republican stove to the point that the whistling and screaming of the steam drowns out rational discussion."
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