Lou Dubose

Lou Dubose is editor of the Washington Spectator, and author of "Boy Genius," a political biography of Karl Rove.

"We are attempting to practice law here": Trial without end in Guantánamo Lou Dubose
Cranks, zealots, extremists: How the paranoid style of Trump, Cruz and Palin took over the GOP and infected America Lou Dubose
"America is not Texas": This is why Ted Cruz's cynical Southern evangelical strategy is doomed to fail Lou Dubose
"Obama has a soft spot for homosexuals because of the years he spent as a male prostitute in his twenties": Meet the looniest politician in Texas (and that's saying something) Lou Dubose
Make them talk about evolution: Why won't a single Republican presidential candidate admit that Darwin's right Lou Dubose
Planned Parenthood isn't safe yet: Extreme Texas right-wingers still targeting it, despite video indictments Lou Dubose
This is how Ben Carson blew it: How the onetime GOP favorite fast became a 2016 afterthought Lou Dubose
They make Cheney look like Chomsky: Cruz, Trump, Rubio and the frightening bellicosity of today's GOP Lou Dubose
Take this, Fox News: Wal-Mart, Chick-Fil-a and the War on Christmas we should all get behind Lou Dubose
The GOP is a neo-Confederate party now: The South and the religious right have devoured the Republicans whole Lou Dubose
Marco Rubio always has his hand out: Big-dollar donors keep him in the style he prefers Lou Dubose
Ted Cruz's dad has a very sketchy resume: Rafael Cruz's credentials are exaggerated, at best Lou Dubose
Inside the right-wing freak show: What Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Rick Santorum say when only the freakishly faithful are listening Lou Dubose
Jeb Bush's ethical blind spot: The story of a Miami hustler, $40 million in losses -- and Jeb's seat on the corporate board Lou Dubose
Antonin Scalia lives in a fairy-tale world: His delusional Obamacare theories will make people die Lou Dubose