The new magazine Tea Party Review is out (and more). Glenn Greenwald on the Tea Party and civil liberties. Republicans vs the 14th Amendment: The Tea Party love the constitution, except the bit that grants citizenship to all those born in the US. From Commentary, Wilfred M. McClay on how to understand Rush Limbaugh. The Koch Brothers' Vast Right-Wing Media Conspiracy: Watched any conservative programs lately? Chances are, you've seen an oil-funded pundit. A review of Plunder!: How Public Employee Unions are Raiding Treasuries, Controlling Our Lives, and Bankrupting the Nation by Steven Greenhut. When Roberta Ahmanson suggests theocracy wouldn't "be so bad," we want to know what she's talking about. From TPM, a book club on Michael Wolraich's Blowing Smoke: Why the Right Keeps Serving Up Whack-Job Fantasies about the Plot to Euthanize Grandma, Outlaw Christmas, and Turn Junior into a Raging Homosexual. CPAC: Groups from the NRA to the Safari Club offer a glimpse into the conservative universe. From Alternet, a look at 10 historical "facts" only a right-winger could believe, and 11 of the Tea Party GOP's most ridiculous policy ideas (so far). Blame it on blue: Everything, apparently, is Democrats' fault. From TNR, Noah Sachs on the GOP’s terrible plan to wield congressional veto power over federal agencies; and from Mississippi to The Corner: How one wildly inaccurate chart epitomizes conservative intellectual dishonesty.