Michele Bachmann: ‘Any Normal Human Being’ Would Be A Tea Party Supporter

Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann believes that ‘Any Normal Human Being’ Would Be A Tea Party Supporter. In this video, Michele Bachmann insists the Tea Party captures the American spirit. The Tea Party has always seemed heavy on tax ideology and light on democracy and actually solving problems.

What is the Tea Party solution for health care? Nothing. Apparently, it will take care of itself.

Right Wing Watch video.

Kyle Kulinski On The Rise Of Neo-Fascism In Europe

Kyle Kulinski discusses an article by Alter Net that discusses the rise of Neo-Fascism in Europe.
A Secular Talk video.

Video from 2013.

Kansas Tea Party Attempts Extortion on State GOP

U.S. Senate candidate Milton Wolf posted a collection of gruesome X-ray images of gunshot fatalities and medical injuries to his Facebook page and participated in online commentary with macabre jokes and descriptions of carnage.


Wolf, a Johnson County radiologist anchoring a campaign for the Republican nomination with calls for federal heath care reform, said in an interview the medical images were legally uploaded to public social media sites and other online venues for educational purposes. They also served, he said, to demonstrate evil lurking in the world.

However, Wolf – who is running as a Tea Party candidate – and others viewing these Facebook postings relentlessly poked fun at the dead or wounded. The gunshot victim, Wolf joked online, wasn’t going to complain about the awkward positioning of his head for an X-ray. In a separate Facebook comment, Wolf wrote that an X-ray of a man decapitated by gunfire resembled a wounded alien in a “Terminator” film and that the image offered evidence people “find beauty in different things.”

Wolf declined in an interview with The Topeka Capital-Journal to clearly answer questions about whether he continued to place images of deceased people on the Internet. He asked to keep copies of the Facebook posts shown to him, but when denied, he walked away.

Majority Report / Sam Seder video.

He Said It…

“I am a genetic Republican,”  the article starts.

John G.  Taft wrote an op-ed article for the New York Times recently.  He is a relative of the president William Howard Taft.  Many in his family have been active in politics at the state and federal level – and they have been Republicans.  His op-ed takes a look at the recent actions within the Tea Party wing of the Republican party and actually compares them with another questionable episode from Republican Party politics – McCarthyism.  

He even compares senator Ted Cruz to senator Joseph McCarthy.


He said it…I didn’t….

You can see the op-ed at:


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