Rush Limbaugh claimed today that 50% of the news on Twitter is being posted by people getting paid by the Democratic Party.
Wisconsin has fallen again, according to a U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics report. They are now at 44 out of 50 states for private sector job growth from September 2011 to September 2012.
Many officials in Torrington are facing the rape culture head-on, including attempting to deal with the cyberbullying of the 13-year-old victims.
In his remarks on gun violence today, President Obama made it clear that he still standing tall and taking the fight to the NRA.
DOMA's day in court went from bad to worse, when the GOP's favorite argument: states' rights came back to bite them in the ass.
Republicans in Congress and statehouses have made every attempt to create a permanent underclass living in poverty, and they are unfazed at the devastation they are creating for children
It has been ten years since the invasion of Iraq , and conservatives are still trying to spin the war to the American people.
Justices must acknowledge the prohibition on same-sex marriage, and homosexuality in general, has no other foundational basis than it is prohibited adherents of the Christian religion.
Sarah Palin is back, and ready to help Democrats win more seats in 2014 by supporting Republicans that will never win in November.
The House used the sequester crisis to slip the Monstanto Protection Act into a short term spending measure. Activists are calling on Obama to issue an executive order labeling our food.
Rick Perry thinks that he speaks for everyone in the state of Texas, because the governor declared to reporters that both he and the state oppose gay marriage.
John Boehner has skimmed $742,000 in House funds to defend DOMA, but his cap on the defense fund is actually $3.1 million taxpayer dollars. A chunk of that money is coming out of the Justice Dept.
Hillary Clinton is such a strong potential presidential candidate that she leads both Scott Walker and Paul Ryan in their home state of Wisconsin, and Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio in Florida.
Jon Stewart did the mainstream media's job, and revealed that GOP minority outreach strategy is the same one that Kool cigarettes used to target African Americans.
The Supreme Court listened to arguments in the first of two cases considering marriage equality today, and here is what you need to know.
Shouldn't we be questioning the right of government to mess with marriage at all?
Rush Limbaugh lived down to expectations today by claiming that the 14 Amendment doesn't cover same sex or animal marriage.
The Service Employees International Union is putting its muscle behind immigration reform, with a national campaign including a $300,000 ad buy that will run on the most-watched cable news programs.
Wal-Mart's infamously poor treatment of labor is starting to negatively impact its bottom line as customers abandon the superchain's unstocked shelves, disorganized stores, and long waits for help.
John Boehner has promised that he will scrap the ACA , and take healthcare coverage away from 30-40 million Americans.