In separate statements Sens. Bernie Sanders and Al Franken called the Assad regime's use of chemical weapons on the Syrian people inhumane and an atrocity.
Nothing gets in the way of the Republican House avoiding work. Not even voting on military action in Syria.
Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham claimed that isolated military strikes aren't enough while Peter King accused Obama of giving up too much power.
Obama announced Saturday that he is taking the issue of Syria to Congress. This means that people who stand to profit from the matter will have a vote.
President Obama dropped a double bombshell today. He announced that he has decided on military action in Syria, but he will seek congressional authorization before he acts.
Foreign policy expert Sarah Palin weighed in on Syria and made Americans regret not electing her in 2008, "LET ALLAH SORT IT OUT 'So we're bombing Syria because Syria is bombing Syria? And I'm the idiot?'"
Republicans certainly find revenue to fund billions of dollars for oil subsidies and agricultural corporations but they claim they do not have the money to stop cuts to Meals on Wheels
South Carolina senator Tim Scott declined an invitation to the March on Washington. Knowing his constituency, you can understand why.
When the 113th Congress returns to action, the re-jiggering the Postal Service will be front and center, to the advantage of big business.
It is not hard to know what to think about the U.S. attacking Syria. That's wrong. And it's wrong for a number of reasons
Yesterday many residents of Billings Montana stood up and rejected the rape culture that has become all too familiar in our communities.
In a way that was very unlike Bush, Obama stated that he has not made a decision on military action in Syria, but he said that any response would be short, and not involve troops on the ground.
Jim DeMint tried to scare his conservative audience saying that liberals are trying to take control of your entire life with ObamaCare.
Women who are involved in journalism are increasingly the targets of violent sexual threats by anonymous cowards in hopes of frightening them to stop expressing their opinions.
Bill O'Reilly has finally told a lie that was so big and untrue that even he had to apologize for it on Fox News.
Let's face it: no fact stands a chance when it gets in the way of a fundamentalist Christian and a dollar.
The freedom that Martin Luther King espoused and envisioned remains elusive to Americans who call DC home because we don't have voting representation in the House and no representation in the Senate.
Rush Limbaugh tried to shame the striking fast workers, but instead humiliated himself by revealing just how out of touch he is with real America.
Republican Arkansas State Sen. Jeremy Hutchinson is still pushing hard to arm teachers in the state's schools, even after he accidentally shot a teacher during active shooter training.
Obama clearly understood the need to remind Americans of Jefferson's words at the beginning of his speech, and it is evident that Republicans need to be reminded that "all men are created equal."