Right wing Christians define their right to practice religion as forcing compliance of their beliefs on the rest of the population, and the religious right is counting on the judiciary to achieve their goals.
Well, since we are now past Thanksgiving, Fox News and its website, Fox Nation, are now all in on the supposed War on Christmas.
The insurers who are complaining in the media about backend problems with the ACA website have spent have spent hundreds of millions of dollars supporting the Republican efforts to kill Obamacare.
People took to Twitter and other social media lambasting the RNC for suggesting that racism ended in 1955. The RNC has tried to backtrack since.
it was not Obama who invaded Iraq on a fabricated pretext and with an army designed to fight not an insurgency but World War III.
Extremists in state legislatures have passed anti-voter bills. Voting machines are next on their agenda to guarantee wins in 2014 & 2016.
David Gregory took Meet The Press to an even lower low by ignoring all reality about the ACA website and shilling for a delay in the individual mandate.
Peggy Noonan made the argument for single payer but without the government and then landed back at the GOP’s real plan: Do nothing. Repeal or delay and do nothing.
After having to listen to Candy Crowley and Rick Santorum question President Obama’s competence, Howard Dean went off and called the whole thing right wing talking point nonsense.
After working as Bush’s stenographers for eight years, the media knows when it spots an easy mark like the ACA website,
The mainstream media is taking the news that the ACA website is fixed very badly today, but few are taking it worse than biased ABC News. ABC is refusing to admit that the site is fixed.
RNC @GOP claimed in a tweet, “Today we remember Rosa Parks’ bold stand and her role in ending racism.”
You can tell the ACA website scandal is dying because Rick Santorum was hauled out to concern troll about the “back end”.
North Carolina is the true predictor and portent of tragedy inherent when Republicans hold the reins of power.
John Kline, head of the House Education Committee, ignores his own long history of defunding public schools to claim Obamacare forces drastic cuts on education funding