The hypocrisy is stunning. Video has surfaced of child molester Josh Duggar’s biggest political defender, Mike Huckabee, fearmongering over children sharing a public restroom with transgendered people.
Sen Warren to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Mary Jo White on Tuesday, calling her out for failed promises and failing to protect investors and the public.
The White House made it clear that President Obama wants the sequester cuts gone by threatening to veto every appropriations bill that uses sequester cuts to establish funding levels.
A new lawsuit from Hillary Clinton’s legal counsel is taking aim at
Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican Party’s efforts to suppress the vote in Wisconsin.
No, our government is not run by Nazis, but I have no doubt that if it was, Jim Bakker and Rick Wiles would be the first to join
Governor Paul LePage’s news conference meltdown on Friday demonstrates the pitfalls of the Tea Party’s no compromise approach to governing.
During an interview with Yahoo’s Katie Couric today, Bernie Sanders called on a million young Americans to join his political revolution by marching on Washington to demand action from the Republican Congressional leadership.
In a Sunday interview, Jeb Bush credited his brother George W. Bush with keeping America safe and “protecting the homeland”.
Rand Paul has made some powerful enemies in the Republican Party after accusing them of wanting an attack on the United States so they can blame it on him.
In a letter to DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) laid out three ideas that he felt would improve the Democratic presidential debates.
Six years and some change later, the man who set out a detailed plan to derail the Obama presidency before he even took office is in the hot seat.
In his announcement Graham spouted some serious crazy, but the height of the insanity is his early campaign promise to kill anyone thinking of joining al-Qaeda or ISIL.
There’s nothing but good news in a new poll conducted May 25-29 of likely Democratic caucus-goers.
Kansas’ Republican legislators are all but admitting their precious trickle down experiment was not only a failure, it is a scam. In fact, although not quite stating “our only economic policy is a scam to enrich corporations and the wealthy,” just admitting they have to raise taxes to plug gaping revenue holes and more recently, that income inequality is a problem in America, is just as good.
We’re back to President Obama being accused of anti-Semitism because he won’t let Israel dictate America’s foreign policy