Only if you think John Nance Garner is the most liberal.
One thing is sure. Mitt Romney's vice-presidential choice doesn't mean that candidate has given up tacking to the hard-right on social issues.
I hate to bring this up...
His budget plan is wildly unpopular—but Democrats shouldn't be overconfident now that he's on the Republican ticket.
Paul Ryan is as risky a pick for Mitt Romney as Sarah Palin was for John McCain.
Sorry, conservatives: Having the Wisconsonite on the ticket would make it easier for the president to portray Romney as a heartless plutocrat.
The Red Dawn remake comes.
Is it possible he has actual feelings about this subject?
There is no such thing as "good" or "bad" minorities—racism affects us all.
Don't watch The Campaign with expectations of high sophistication and deft explanation of political issues.
Mitt Romney's latest ad perpetuates on several myths about cash assistance for the poor. The Prospect debunks them.
A heartbreaking letter and a story that's far too familiar
He isn't skilled enough to maneuver between swing voters and the Tea Party base.
How you defend the indefensible.
No matter what the politicians do, acceptance of women's sexuality is here to stay.