Fearing the United States would abandon its membership in the club of death-penalty countries like Iran and China, the Supreme Court ruled that death by legal injection is constitutional.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver perfectly summed up all of the incorrect Republican predictions of the end of Obamacare in less than two minutes.
You can legitimately pooh-pooh Santorum and his chances of winning elected office ever again in his lifetime but he is now just a voice in the choir
In fact, the State Department could easily have substituted the name Republican Party for Islamic Republic of Iran, condemned the same practices, and no conscious American or citizen of any other foreign nation would have batted an eye or disagreed with the assertions in the report; America's human rights violations as of late are well known around the world.
During an interview on CNN's State Of The Union, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lied and claimed that he is drawing big crowds just like Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.
In yet another blow to Republicans, their furious scrambling from 2016 Democratic presidential candidate and Secretary Hillary Clinton's assault on their efforts to disenfranchise American citizens has been called out. They are wrong; Hillary Clinton was right. Ugh, reality, so mean.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) delivered a new moment of Republican failure when he was asked on CBS's Face The Nation what Republicans can do realistically to stop Obamacare.
Lindsey Graham (R-SC) waved the white flag of defeat on "Meet the Press" today, when he told Chuck Todd that he doesn't believe there is any chance of a Constitutional amendment to define marriage as being between one man and one woman.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders predicted on ABC's This Week that he will win Iowa, New Hampshire, the Democratic nomination, and be the next president of the United States.
The bigots were out in full force yesterday, some in Confederate uniforms, even more in pot-bellies, all of them racist or ignorant or both
Minnesota is a shining example of how Democratic policies can help everyone prosper.
A little over two years ago, after Democrat Barack Obama soundly defeated Republican Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal admonished fellow Republicans to “stop being the stupid party”. Jindal’s comments were not only directed at Mitt Romney’s politically tone deaf presidential campaign, but also at insensitive GOP Senate candidates like Todd Akin (MO) and Richard Mourdock (IN) who suffered humiliating defeats in red state races after making inexplicable and unconscionable comments about rape.
Conservative opponents of the Constitution see no contradiction in attacking the Marriage Equality ruling as a violation of the Constitution
This is an open letter from Fernando Suarez del Solar, Founder & Director of the Guerrero Azteca Peace Project
Shortly after the Supreme Court’s historic ruling in favor of the right for same-sex couples to marry, conservatives rushed to condemn the ruling by invoking the slippery slope logical fallacy that permitting gay couples to marry opens the door to legalizing polygamy too. Conservative commentator Bill Kristol tweeted “Polygamy here we come”. Fox News host Martha MacCallum queried:
Bernie Sanders in in New Hampshire this weekend and moves on to the Midwest this coming week, beginning in Madison, WI
That idea of compassion, or humanity for other human beings has become anathema to Republicans and conservatives over the past six years
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has made history by raising more money than every 2016 Republican presidential candidate, and every 2012 Republican presidential candidate not named Mitt Romney.
More bad news for Republicans. President Obama announced today that he planned to go on offense and continue working to expand the reach of Obamacare to cover more Americans.
A multiracial group of teachers and activists did what the politicians haven't. They took it upon themselves to act to remove the Confederate flag from the South Carolina state capitol at 5:30 AM ET.