When Titans battle: Well, one Titan (syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker) and Dennis S, some obscure old guy squirreled away in an Upstate South Carolina double-wide.
Less than a year after gutting key provisions of the Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court struck a blow at race-based affirmative action.
Sometimes, even the most innocuous gestures from the President and/or First Lady end up being controversial for incomprehensible reasons. We are at that point with the ‘controversy’ over First Lady Michelle Obama’s graduation commencement speech.
Print and electronic media outlets need to take responsibility for their troubling parroting of Republican “facts” that are, in fact, pure propaganda.
Anna Kooiman asks, “Has Easter evolved into an occasion to demean religious beliefs and Christianity?”
In a toss-up Senate race, North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan has a great opportunity to retain her seat by showcasing failed Republican public education policies.
If, as Genesis 7:24 tells us, “the waters grew strong on the earth a hundred fifty days,” dinosaurs would have grown into something either too large, or too dangerous, for the ship’s hold
“We disconnect this [the Bible] from politics [but] this gives us everything that we’re supposed to know,” crowed Beck
North Dakota’s extreme anti-choice law was rejected as unconstitutional by U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Hovland on Wednesday.
Apparently, the Pagan holiday of Easter has been desecrated by President Obama because he let a gay Christian speak at the Fifth Annual Easter Prayer Breakfast on Monday.
President Carter and nine other Nobel Laureates sent a letter to the President urging him not to approve construction of the pipeline.
Glenn Beck is worried that kids will believe a story written by Hollywood over a story written in the Bronze Age
Residents of the most politically and religiously conservative states struggle the most with health and with feeding themselves
Sally Kern continues her self-pity party by labeling all those who disagree with her hate-filled scree as haters
Scott Brown called Obamacare a monstrosity in the home of a NH state rep who has saved 88 percent in healthcare costs because of Obamacare.
Fred Phelps is now dead, and the anti-gay crusade he was an integral part, of is dying as well, as gay rights continue to expand in the US.
Rand Paul says the GOP needs a new crust, but he has no intention of changing its hateful and bigoted ingredients
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, who is predicting a Republican “tsunami” in the midterms, took to CNN.com to spread the gospel of Reince, explaining to readers Why the RNC built a year-round ground game. The link to his op-ed is a bit misleading, saying, Priebus: How GOP is changing.” But the GOP is not changing, of […]
“The only reason that Bill Maher after a tirade like that, there is absolutely only one reason why Bill Maher draws even another single breath and that is because God is merciful.”
Morning Joe says, “We don’t need to elect another Clinton for eight years.” He thinks we need Morning Joe instead