Democratic Rep. Hank Johnson of Georgia said that Clarence Thomas vote against the VRA was worse than what Snowden did, because Thomas knows what he’s doing to black people.
Rick Perry takes it very personally what choices Wendy Davis and her mother have made and demands that all women make the same choices.
The Court’s more troubling decisions came in a pair of cases on workplace discrimination. Individually, each case might seem benign. But together they offer employers a blueprint for discrimination.
As part of the immigration bill, the Senate has passed Bernie Sanders plan to create 400,000 new jobs for America’s unemployed young people.
The Supreme Court’s DOMA decision, as can be imagined, has really sent them off the deep-edge.
During a hearing on raising the minimum wage, Sen. Bernie Sanders got the ranking Republican on the committee to admit that he wants to abolish the minimum wage.
The rulings have absolutely no effect on any American who is not gay, and still, those unaffected ideologues are screaming the loudest they and their rights were eviscerated with the rulings.
The Inspector General’s report didn’t mention the IRS targeting progressive groups for enhanced scrutiny, because Darrell Issa used the IG’s office to harass his own ‘Enemies List.’
Filibuster heroine Senator Wendy Davis told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that the time stamp was changed intentionally on the recording of the vote on SB 5 in order to make it appear as if the bill had passed.
What the conservative court accomplished besides handing ALEC the right to restrict minority voters in the South is effectively abolishing the 15th Amendment.
If there’s one thing the Republican Party can do without right now, it’s more branding issues. So it’s tough luck for them that disgraced former Speaker Newt Gingrich has been hired by CNN.
This is a great day for us! And it is a great day for our children who get to see their parents marry. And for all the young ones that will grow up gay or lesbian.
The Paula Deen empire has officially been reduced to rubble as both Caesars Entertainment and Wal-Mart have ended their relationships with the N-word loving chef.
It’s time to thank Senator Wendy Davis for her ‘herculean effort’ to block one of the most restrictive anti-abortion measures in the country.
By pushing the matter to the Supreme Court, Boehner, who defended DOMA, when the DOJ would not, actually set the stage for marriage equality across the nation.
Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) vowed to file a constitutional amendment later this week to restore DOMA.
Contrary to the fear mongering by the religious right, the sky didn’t fall, and there aren’t any divine storm clouds in D.C. after the DOMA and Prop 8 rulings by the Supreme Court.
President Obama called HRC President Chad Griffin and the Prop 8 plaintiffs from Air Force One to congratulate them following today’s victories at the Supreme Court, noting their courage and leadership.
Senator Al Franken, a long-time supporter of marriage equality, said we are closer toward ensuring marriage equality for every American, but the fight is far from over.
Next year is the year we cannot afford to lose come November, because if we do then it’s hard to calculate the extent of the damage coming our way.