Sanders wants to overhaul federal marijuana policy and open the door for states to legalize marijuana without federal interference.
Republican debate viewership has dropped by 10 million people since the first GOP presidential debate, and more Americans watched the Democratic debate on CNN than watched the Republican debate on CNBC.
“92 percent of the jobs lost during Barack Obama’s first term belonged to women,” Carly Fiorina charged last night during the third Republican presidential debate. The fact-checkers at PolitiFact gave this stale, already debunked charge a big old fat “False” today.
His victory speech after becoming Speaker demonstrated that Paul Ryan has no idea what he is getting into, and he is being set up to fail, because no one person can fix what is broken inside the Republican Party.
There is plenty of blame to go around. No small share of it attaches itself to Boehner, who let the crazies take over the House on his watch
Liberty Institute says if Coach Joe Kennedy isn’t allowed to continue praying – against Jesus’ wishes – they will sue the school district.
There were a few winners, but mostly losers at the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate.
Republicans were asked hard questions and they whined about media bias, plus five reasons to be glad that you didn’t watch the CNBC Republican Debate.
There is a troubling pattern emerging at the CNBC debate. When any Republican candidate is asked a serious question that they can’t answer, they scream media bias and crumble into a puddle of tears.
Join PoliticusUSA’s Sarah Jones as she live blogs the crazy that is the CNBC Republican presidential debate.
Four Republican candidates who are polling next to nothing got together for a debate that demonstrated that the biggest loser was the American people who will pay the price with their healthcare and jobs if any of these Republicans win the White House.
Paul Ryan, who is likely to become the next House Speaker, announced his support for a two-year debt and budget deal on Wednesday.
The budget agreement that is a big win for President Obama and congressional Democrats got a thumbs up for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) who has announced that he will be voting for the deal.
2016 Republican candidate Ben Carson, who political journalists keep telling you is so brilliant, he doesn’t know what the debt ceiling is or how it works. Thus it was pretty easy for him to vow never to raise it.
Donald Trump can’t stop whining. Trump has hit a low by complaining that the CNBC Republican presidential debate that hasn’t happened yet is unfair.
In a blistering editorial, The Sun Sentinel blasted Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) for ripping off the taxpayers by taking his salary and not showing up for work and told Rubio that if he hates being a Senator, he needs to resign from office.
The GOP is jumping on the Dark Age bandwagon to stop scientists from finding cures to myriad infirmities and debilitating and deadly diseases
Fox News is in cahoots with Republican candidates Jeb Bush and Donald Trump, inventing inflated numbers of Syrian refugees to scare the base
On Sunday, New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte (R) announced that she will support the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.