After a three year study, the Senate Intelligence Committee is confirming what many of us already know. Aside from being un-American, immoral and illegal, the Bush Administration’s torture policy didn’t work.
So called job creators are requiring your social networking passwords and twice now, the Republicans have blocked measures to protect employees’ privacy.
Romney’s desire to take us back to the Bush Administration’s foreign policy is a reminder that politics plays cruel jokes on humanity.
The media wants Gov Scott Walker to answer their questions about his legal defense fund, but he only wants to talk about the dairy industry and deny that he’s being investigating.
Monday was a day of good news for people who are boycotting Rush Limbaugh’s sponsors. According to Radioinfo.com, all national advertising for the Limbaugh’s show will be suspended for two weeks. However, Tom Taylor of Radioinfo thinks Premiere’s hope is that after the two week chill, it will be business as usual for Rush Limbaugh. The […]
We have heard a lot from conservatives about the first amendment, most recently in defense of Rush Limbaugh, but what the right has been engaging in isn’t free speech.
Rush Limbaugh basked in the attention that comes with calling a dignified and intelligent young woman a slut and a whore. It was probably the most erotic experience he has had in a very long time – at least until he started losing sponsors.
Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum are utilizing lies about President Obama in a dangerously divisive manner designed to reach a boiling point.
Gee, Toto, we aren’t in 2008 anymore. Democratic House candidate Alan Grayson stood with President Obama tonight and called out Rick Santorum’s veiled comparison of Obama to Hitler.
Republicans have been plenty busy since Obama became president in 2008, and a large part of what has been occupying their time has been rigging the election of 2012.
A breakdown of the myths and facts about the secretly negotiated ACTA agreement and what it means for Americans versus other countries.
The police had promised an eviction of the Occupy DC protesters, but in a surprising turn, they opted for leaving without evicting anyone.
Proponents of SOPA, PIPA and their treaty version, ACTA can deny that these bills call for internet censorship, but a lie by any other name remains a lie.
One thing to keep an eye out for during tonight’s GOP debate in Tampa is the story of how Mitt Romney made $242 million for Bain by killing jobs in Florida.
Nothing about Guantanamo Bay is consistent with “protecting who we are.” Ever since GITMO, torture and rendition became accepted policies, and our civil rights have been under constant attack.
Rather than addressing the question Gingrich used the classic conservative tactic of attacking the media, which reveals a lot about the GOP’s family values.
One doesn’t need to have a law degree to understand that if you like internet access in China, you’ll just love SOPA and PIPA.
Ron Paul is a poster boy for the GOP’s complete lack of compassion. The ideology of the GOP suggest that compassion is a character flaw.
A recently published study of male and female voters done by the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University revealed that while both men and women are likely to vote for the most competent candidate, men are more likely to vote for attractive female candidates, and women are likely to support the more approachable candidate.