On CNN's State Of The Union, Speaker of the House John Boehner had the nerve to attempt to blame Obama for his own actions and attempts to sabotage the president.
Angie's List is the latest to stand up in opposition to Indiana's discriminatory RFRA, and this one could cost Indiana 1,000 jobs
The Montana House failed to pass a "religious freedom" to discriminate bill, deadlocking on a 50-50 vote on Friday.
Every time a Republican sneaks an unrelated rider into a law, it's a guarantee that someone will get screwed.
Illinois Democratic Rep. Tammy Duckworth plans to announce on Monday, that she will be running against Republican Senator Mark Kirk in 2016.
Democrats expected Walker to eliminate the state's 'prevailing wage' law requiring workers on public projects to be paid the established going rate for their labor. Instead of eliminating prevailing wage laws, Koch-Republicans' decided to eliminate weekends and impose a 'voluntary' 7-day work week.
The far right's war on the LGBT community took a variety of turns this week.
The Republicans' worst 2016 nightmare could be unfolding before their eyes, as they are early signs that Jeb Bush is crashing and burning.
President Obama exposed the Republican agenda by calling out the morally repugnant GOP budget plan to give 4,000 of the wealthiest Americans a $4 million tax cut while passing the bill on to every other citizen.
When Pink Floyd sang that "we don't need no education," I don't think church ministries are what they had in mind.
Last week Tucker Carlson proved he isn't a real journalist (which may be why he's on Fox). This week he proved he's running a frat house, a topic in the news lately for systemic sexism, not to mention racism.
Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) got a surprise caller as he was taking questions KNPR. President Obama called in and shocked Reid by glowingly paying tribute to retiring senator.
Shortly after Indiana Governor Pence signed an anti-gay bill into law, corporations lined up to boycott the state in response.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) impact on Senate Democratic leadership is quickly being felt, as the nation's largest banks are considering pulling their donations from Senate Democratic campaigns.
On Thursday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed legislation legalizing discrimination based on the religious right's "free exercise" of their bigoted beliefs that Republicans in Indiana contend are the law of the land.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers solicited Obamacare "horror stories" on Facebook, but instead got bombarded with positive ACA testimonials.
The White House is sending the message to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) that the Republican budget he just passed will be rejected by President Obama unless serious changes are made.
Senate Democratic Minority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) announced today that he will not be running for reelection in 2016.
Indiana is the latest state to proclaim religious tyranny, and the reaction (no NCAA?) is anything but what Hoosier bigots expected
Feeding the poor does nothing to help feed the corporate military industrial complex. The GOP Budget message to domestic spending needs: Let them eat bombs!