U.S. Presidential Campaign Diary Tag

            Leading voices of the Republican Tea Party cult — clockwise from top:  Sarah Palin, 2008 Republican nominee for vice-president, half-term governor of Alaska; Congressman Allen West, Florida; Congressman Michael Coffman, Congressman Todd Akin, U.S. Senate candidate, Missouri; Colorado; Congressman Chip Cravaack, Minnesota; Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Minnesota; Tea Party polemicist Ann Coulter; Congressman Joe Walsh, Illinois; Congressman Steve King, Iowa; Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock, candidate for the U.S. Senate. Der amerikanische Autor und Edgar-Gewinner Thomas Adcock berichtet exklusiv für CULTurMAG in seiner wöchentlichen KolumneRead More
Public accommodations sign widely posted in the U.S. South, circa 1920 (Revived, in spirit, by the Republican Party throughout the U.S. – present day). Der amerikanische Autor und Edgar-Gewinner Thomas Adcock berichtet exklusiv für CULTurMAG in seiner wöchentlichen Kolumne von dem täglichen Wahnsinn des US-Wahlkampfs. Heute: James Crow Jr., Esq. Soon after New Year’s Day of 1012, Willard Mitt Romney and confederated Caucasians of the Republican Party inaugurated a state-by-state strategy for winning November’s federal elections. They would engage lawyers to draft sophisticated new “Jim Crow” laws aimed at dissuadingRead More