Hillary Clinton demonstrated why the Hobby Lobby ruling might turn out to be the GOP's worst nightmare, by ripping and mocking the High Court's decision.
As Charlie Brown despairs from time to time, "Good Grief" or if times get truly stressful, "OH, Good Grief." From the perspective of the upcoming presidential race, this will be neither of those times. That doesn't mean there won't be ear-bending yammering from the right.
Some stories that hit the web this past week include political affiliation based on geography, driverless cars, recycled water in California and five ways humans may become extinct.
High profile Democrats are not impressed with the predictably horrible Supreme Court's decision to give corporations "religious freedom" to avoid laws.
On a day when the Supreme Court of the United States turned back the clock and issued regressive decisions that will greatly harm women and public sector unions, at least one court case offered a glimmer of hope that the US court system isn't irretrievably broken.
President Obama delivered a one-fingered salute to John Boehner and his lawsuit today by announcing that he is going to act without Congress to reform as much of the immigration system as his legal authority allows.
Male conservative members of the media, as well as Republican men in office, decided to act like a bunch of adolescent jerks after SCOTUS made the announcement and released the decision.
As Republicans celebrate, congressional Democrats are fighting back with a statement that said in part, "If the Supreme Court isn't willing to protect women's rights, House Democrats will."
Republicans are crowing about their "victory" right now, but what they don't understand is they just gave Democratic candidates, and especially women like Wendy Davis, a new pathway to independent voters.
A Florida court found Monday that NBC did not try to make Zimmerman out to be a racist with malicious intent.
Binders Full of Women will get out the vote this fall. They will keep voting until this travesty is put to rest. Thanks, SCOTUS, for waking up the women of America.
In Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Inc. the Supreme Court ended its flirtation with unanimity and ruled 5-4 in favor of corporate theocracy.
The Republican answer to the President's executive actions to help all Americans is suing him for doing what they refuse to do; work for the general welfare of the people.
Lately, Republicans and members of the news media have pounced on comments made by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding her family's financial situation after her husband, ex-President Bill Clinton, left the White House. It isn't working.
Instead of doing his job, John Boehner has spent the last six months plotting to sue President Obama.
Sheriff Joe doesn't say how, precisely, U.S. troops would accomplish their mission once we've got boots on the ground but as we know from Iraq, Republicans don't actually worry about such things
During Sunday's broadcast of ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, Bill Kristol was absolutely destroyed over his opinion that the United States needs to deploy thousands of troops to Iraq and re-engage in a combat mission.
The same Republican Party that nominated Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney is warning voters not to support Hillary Clinton because the Clintons are obnoxious.
What started out as an interview to champion John Boehner's lawsuit against Obama turned into an act of sabotage with one sentence from Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace.
On CNN's State Of The Union, Rep. Darrell Issa's IRS scandal disintegrated on national television when he couldn't name a single piece of evidence that proved that IRS singled out and targeted conservative groups.