So, another December 25th has came and went and despite the religious right and Fox News pundits bemoaning a phony “war on Christmas,” the commercial holiday came to fruition as it has for generations.
Where once three-quarters had been Protestants alone, now barely three quarters are even Christian, and the numbers continue to drop
President and First Lady Obama sent all Americans, especially the troops overseas, a special Christmas greeting today.
President Obama has been clear in his advocacy of sensible gun reform at home, as well as balanced global demilitarization. Shamefully, the President has been totally lacking in Congressional partners who want to make the world’s streets safer with him.
During Wednesday morning’s episode of Fox & Friends, Peter Johnson, Jr. and Tucker Carlson said the Department of Justice investigation into Michael Brown’s death was discredited because they “sought advice” from radical Ferguson protester and livestreamer Bassem Masri.
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Obviously, the President has preached at, begged, and cajoled Republicans to pass legislation addressing the income gap and there is no better way to start than allocating major funding to rebuild the country’s infrastructure.
Late Tuesday night a white police officer shot and killed an 18-year-old black male after an interaction at a gas station in Berkeley, Missouri.
Barry Loudermilk says he will fight against people who think they have a right to ruin Christmas by not being Christians like everybody else
As one of his final acts as chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) released a 226-page report that debunks his own claim that the White House was coordinating the IRS scandal.
A poll of cable news hosts found that Andrea Mitchell, not Rachel Maddow, was voted the best host on MSNBC.
In what could be the lie of the year, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) blamed Democrats for his years of Senate obstruction.
The federal government reported Friday that real GDP growth rose by 5.0% for the third quarter of 2014, marking the fastest growth in any quarter since 2003.
However, as Americans have witnessed more and more, when police kill citizens, especially unarmed African American citizens, no one is held accountable and failure to praise the killings is an outrage.
In response to a story Baltimore news station Fox45 ran Sunday, activist Tawanda Jones appeared on a news broadcast Monday evening to set the record straight and take the station to task for deceptively editing a video to make it appear she said “kill a cop” at a protest.
Will’s most egregious sin may have been his “attacking and dismissing rape victims” but climate denialism and ethical lapses also dogged him
A new CBS News poll released today found that the American people strongly approve of President Obama’s executive action to normalize relations with Cuba.
The U.S. government isn’t commenting, but it is probably more than a coincidence that after President Obama promised a proportional response to the Sony hacking, North Korea’s internet has been knocked down by an attack.
Baltimore news station Fox45 ran a story Sunday night attacking protests against police brutality and racial disparity by running deceptively edited footage to suggest protesters were chanting “kill a cop” during a demonstration.
The Obama administration is leading a huge comeback for labor by using two administration agencies to aggressively protect workers’ and unions’ rights.