Reform groups Democracy 21 and Campaign Legal Center have filed complaints with the Federal Election Commission that accuse Republicans Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, and Rick Santorum, along with Democrat Martin O’Malley of violating federal campaign finance laws.
Before a packed room in a Manhattan Barnes & Noble bookstore, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) refused to back off her criticism of Wall Street, after some of the big banks hinted that they could withhold campaign funds from Senate Democrats.
During his daily briefing, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest blasted and debunked Republican Gov. Mike Pence’s lies about Indiana’s religious freedom law.
Republican presidential contenders are lining up to defend Indiana’s discriminatory “religious freedom” law.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence called a press conference to tell the world that everyone has got his “religious freedom” law wrong, he once went to Selma with John Lewis, and that he is not a bigot. The more Pence talked, the worse things got for him.
A powerful CEO of a giant corporation took the time to say what few others have; “There is something very dangerous happening in states across the country” of people using religion as a legislative weapon.
Indy’s mayor issuing an executive order protecting the very people RFRA targets for persecution and conventions think twice about Indiana
I still believe there are points to be made about the issue of California attorney, Matthew Gregory McLaughlin and his “Sodomite Suppression Act” (SSA).
Pence tried to claim his critics didn’t understand the law, but that blew up in his face when, during a press conference, the House Speaker and the Senate Pro Tem admitted that No Gay signs would be allowed in Indiana.
Indiana’s religious freedom law has inspired so much backlash and outrage that Fox News anchor Bret Baier debunked his own network’s propaganda and misinformation.
“When new laws turn back the clock on progress, we can’t sit idly by. We are sending a message that discrimination won’t be tolerated.”
Trevor Noah, a 31-year old South African comedian, will replace Jon Stewart as the host for The Daily Show.
A new Reuters/IPSOS poll unwittingly revealed the depths of the collective Republican mental illness by revealing that Republicans view President Obama as the most imminent to America.
It is why although the law appears only to target the LGBT community and allow the ‘faithful’ to legally punish same-sex marriage partners by refusing to hire, serve, or provide them with medical care, it is important to remember there is no mention of gays in the law.
The backlash against Indiana’s embrace of religious tyranny has expanded to include cities inside and outside Indiana
Boehner and Republicans are also intent on defeating President Obama’s climate change initiatives on myriad fronts such as stripping the EPA’s authority to regulate carbon emissions from coal-fired electricity generating plants, or the air and water pollution related to coal mining. If Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are so intent on comparing America to China, they should embrace the President’s climate change agenda and follow the communist nation’s latest effort.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) stumbled and fumbled when confronted with his lack of qualifications to be president by CNN.
Before any American thinks this will never fly in the Golden State, just reconsider that because of California’s direct democracy cockup, the religious right, Mormons, and Catholics from around the nation poured hundreds of millions of dollars into the campaign to pass that other fanatical ballot initiative Prop 8.
Hypocritical Republican lawmakers like Ted Cruz could have gone for a “private market” solution, but instead they chose to let you subsidize their healthcare via Obamacare.
By asking straightforward and direct questions, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos crushed Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s facade that his legalized discrimination bill is about ‘religious freedom.’