For Americans with half-a-brain, the conservative hypocrisy is as glaring as the subjects conservatives are certain their older, whiter, and religiously-inclined voters embrace.
The glaring hypocrisy of those on the right, primarily conservative Christians, is they want Christ kept in Christmas during the Pagan winter holidays, but "abort Christ" from the policies and agendas they promote throughout the year.
I wish you all the best of the season, whatever your beliefs, whatever your political persuasion
Religious conservatives have been thrown into a frenzied panic because a federal judge struck down what they thought was their dog-given right to impose biblical law on people.
Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Mike Lee (R-UT) are blocking a bill that would improve mental health services in the United States.
Phil Robertson, of the Duck Dynasty reality show family, is in hot water over comments in a magazine bashing gays. It's all political!
The Republicans and the Tea Party thought they had it made when the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act. They were wrong.
In Republican parlance, when they say "what the people want," they mean their wealthy benefactors the Koch brothers, ALEC, and Wall Street who are the "American people" to Republicans.
A new poll released on Christmas Eve found that nearly three in four view Pope Francis favorably and 85% of Catholics don't think he's too liberal or conservative.
The Religious Right’s reaction to Phil Robertson’s suspension is not only what Jesus expected out of his followers, but it has got me thinking once again about the politics of certainty.
I was reading this morning an article in The Atlantic, Our God-Given Constitutional Right to a Television Show detailing the “heart warming collection of affectionate and supportive notes sent by loving Christians” to writer Josh Barro “to save him from his sinful and murderous ways.” Josh Barro had the temerity to pen an article for Business Insider critical of Phil Robertson.
Republicans can hardly be bothered to do much in the way of meaningful legislation, and yet they find time to come up with a bill that does nothing except elevate the danger of another war.
Cracker Barrel is going the route of Hobby Lobby and Chick-fil-a, specializing in serving bigots and/or racists - aka, the "conservative" crowd.
A Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey shows voters in competitive House districts overwhelmingly support extending unemployment benefits.
If underpaying their employees wasn't bad enough, Walmart has now been caught forcing employees to make political contributions in exchange for their matching contributions to the employee hardship fund
On Monday morning, attorneys for the state argued in front of Judge Shelby insisting that a stay was needed while his decision awaited appeal. Before noon local time, Shelby rendered his decision and he denied the state a stay.
As sick as we might all be of partisan infighting, this is a battle we need to have. This isn't a pointless test of ideological purity to source a base pleasing candidate.
For this particular column, we asked several writers to give us their pick for the biggest loser in the House of Representatives in 2013.
What Huckabee and the religious right object to is losing what they consider religious freedom to impose their rules on the rest of the population.
Texas messed with the wrong girl this time. Rachel Bradshaw-Bean fought back after the school blamed her for reporting being raped.
Justin Amash whined that Congress must "step up and take charge and point out when the President is going beyond his constitutional powers."