Freedom of speech goes both ways and it is high time to give back to religious extremists what they dole out against women with impunity; and Supreme Court approval.
The President tossed the ball back at Boehner, saying he refuses to apologize for trying to get something done while they do nothing.
Senate Democrats who were feeling nervous about their chances of keeping their majority got a boost from President Obama when he invited them to the White House for drinks and a pep talk.
There can be no possible comparison between what was said about McDaniel and the Protocols, because what was said about McDaniel is true: he is a racist
I love how conservatives scream about the free market and how government intervention only stifles growth, making this nation into a world of zombies and yes men and women.
Have you ever been curious about the inner workings of a polling place? That’s where you go to vote for local state and national candidates, ballot issues and advisory questions.
It is impossible to overlook the fact that women’s reproductive rights have been systematically eroded with personhood amendments, TRAP laws and rape insurance mandates.
During Thursday’s airing of Fox News’ Outnumbered, the network’s resident psychiatrist, Dr. Keith Ablow, amazingly claimed that President Obama is using the World Cup as a distraction.
John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Obama is already showing signs of becoming a Republican disaster, as thanks to Boehner, House Democrats had their biggest fundraising day of 2014.
Thursday’s ruling may encourage anti-abortion protesters to harass, confront, and intimidate women seeking access to safe, legal abortions.
Two days after losing in Mississippi’s US Senate Republican primary runoff election, State Senator Chris McDaniel is still refusing to concede to the winner, incumbent Senator Thad Cochran.
The SCOTUS’ decision to strike down President Obama’s recess appointments to the NLRB in NLRB v. Noel Canning gave us another reason to vote in November.
Todd Akin, the Republican Party’s “poster child” for misogyny, thinks he has found a way to attack Hillary Clinton for the party. His brilliant scheme involves blaming her because rape isn’t taken seriously.
One would be hard-pressed to find any difference whatsoever between Republicans and their teabagger cohort except their willingness to openly state their goals.
The White House has already caused John Boehner’s political stunt of a lawsuit against President Obama to backfire by pointing out that taxpayers will be paying for this latest Republican temper tantrum.
What looked like it could be an anomaly is beginning to look like a real thing in Kentucky as the most accurate pollster of 2012 finds Grimes leading McConnell by two points even after his primary.
Refusing to discuss their suddenly-found, alleged concern for democracy, Republicans instead claim that President Obama taking executive action makes him a hypocrite for condemning Bush for his use of signing statements.
The Court pointed out that “the Supreme Court has repeated held that public opposition cannot provide cover for a violation of fundamental rights.”
West Virginia Senate candidate Natalie Tennant plans to campaign with Elizabeth Warren in July.
In a unanimous ruling the Supreme Court decided, “The police generally may not, without a warrant, search digital information on a cell phone seized from an individual who has been arrested.