After years of backing affably naive Bible-thumpers, Christian conservatives have finally found a presidential candidate that can win.
Speakers like Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, and Glenn Beck denounced the deal as the potential bringer of a literal apocalypse.
After years of suffering from a serious brain illness, the conservative firebrand is retiring his pitchfork. He tells us about his kinder, gentler plan to save America.
The new AP US History exam stresses "historical themes" at the expense of the "founding fathers." Conservatives are pissed.
Are journalists at fault for failing to convince us just how horrible global warming will be? Denial and doubt can be tempting—even to those who cover this stuff for a living.
Southern California is hatching a plan to restructure the way all of America pays taxes for using gas, essentially reframing the whole thing as a tax on use of roads rather than gas.
Why does every mad-as-hell, gun-loving, property-rights-defending right winger turn out to be a virulent racist who wants to tell you "one more thing about the Negro"?
Conservative paramilitary groups got federal agents to stand down in a conflict over some cattle, and emboldened by their victory, America's militias are planning their next move.
People are accused of being like Adolf Hitler all the time, and occasionally their behavior is at least Hitler-ish, like when they're invading countries or advocating genocide. But who in world history is the most like Hitler? Well, that's w…
xoJane recently published an essay about a white woman's surprise at seeing a heavy-set black woman at her yoga studio, and how that made her feel a bunch of liberal guilt. She even said she "cried" when she got home.
Sure, Glenn Beck can pee in jars and sell the pee on the internet for thousands of dollars. But what about regular folks, folks who don't have media empires? When is it OK for them to whizz in a jar?
VICE travels to Washington DC to experience Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" Christian Revival!