The House held hearings on a GOP sponsored bill to end birthright citizenship for children born in the U.S. to a non-American parent.
While still trying to defend blowing off Loretta Lynch’s confirmation vote, Sen. Ted Cruz humiliated himself by not knowing the rules of his own job.
With Governor Pence’s support cratering, Democrat John Gregg is seeking a rematch to unseat the embattled Indiana Governor.
It looks like the Democratic primary is going to be focused on middle-class issues. Democratic frontrunner and former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton put out a friendly tweet welcoming Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to the race for the Democratic nomination.
Bernie Sanders used his press conference to send the message that he is going to be the Koch brothers worst nightmare come to life. Sanders didn’t just criticize the Kochs. He exposed the conflict of interest behind their attempt to buy elections and the government.
The ghosts of chaos past are haunting the House as Republicans are desperately trying to navigate around their own sequestration level spending caps in order to appease the war hawks in their party.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is calling on voters to stand up against income inequality and billionaires trying to control our electoral process by joining a grassroots movement and saying enough is enough.
Instead of ignoring the paranoid Texans, or telling them to grow up, Texas Governor Greg Abbott incited more distrust by ordering a Texas militia to keep the real U.S. military under a watchful eye to prevent any violations of the Constitution and Texans’ liberties.
There are a whole bunch of fundamentalists who are upset we don’t take them seriously, which means, of course, that I will keep mocking them
Hillary Clinton has a real conundrum on her hands. It’s her walking-on-eggs observation about the upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership vote. The vote will be in tandem with another controversial trade deal with the European Union, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
In an interview with the AP, Sen. Bernie Sanders made it official. The Senator from Vermont confirmed that he is running for president in 2016.
Hillary Clinton announced a far-reaching plans for criminal justice reform during a speech at Columbia University on Wednesday.
While President Obama continues to set records for private sector job growth, Gov. Scott Walker is trolling the President on the economy while hoping that no one notices his record of failure in Wisconsin.
The Republican Holy Grail of sequestration, the idea they were so proud of that they bragged about it and begged for it for years, has turned out to be a total failure. The fallout resulting from their slapdash, chaotic efforts to drown the baby with the bathwater continues.
While Congressional Republicans wave the flag with one hand, they are trying to cut benefits for 70,000 veterans with the other. President Obama has vowed to veto the bill, and House Democrats are promising to sustain that veto.
In his weekly Wednesday general audience, Pope Francis came out publicly in favor of equal pay for women.
A survey from the Harvard University Institute of Politics contained good news for Democrats. The younger voters that were a key part of President Obama’s victories solidly want to keep a Democrat in the White House.
As Fox News’s audience continues to age, the conservative network inches close to death as in 2014 its median audience dropped to 1.1 million.
It is true, George W. Bush is hapless, but he is also an idiot for not recognizing his own failures as president and in fact actually regards himself as a raging success.
You really have to admire the courage of Religious Right figures who, like Jerry Boykin and the Benham brothers, say they are willing to die for their beliefs, especially when there is absolutely no risk at all of that actually happening. I guess it makes them feel like men (or women) and they get some […]