Republicans say they will fight tooth and nail to repeal Obamacare. In other words, to condemn my son - and millions like him - to death
There's so much going on, but this week's Friday Fox Follies starts with How "Fox & Friends" became the most repugnant show on Fox News, which is saying a lot considering the competition.
Six lawmakers announced on Thursday that they plan to launch impeachment proceedings against Maine Governor LePage.
So George Takei, one of gay rights' wittiest defenders, and just a very funny, engaging fellow, has drawn the ire of the intoxicated-with-himself Rush Limbaugh, because Takei isn't forced to abide by Rush's bigoted beliefs.
The heart and soul of President Barack Obama were on full display as he moved the nation with his powerful eulogy for the slain Rev. Clementa Pinckney.
President Obama burst into a spontaneous rendition of the poignant and appropriate song, "Amazing Grace".
More than 208,000 Americans have joined Bernie Sanders in calling on the Democratic Party to hold more presidential debates.
Republicans running for president are now running on the platform of nullification, which is to say, the concept of the desperate pre-and-during the Civil War, as states threatened to nullify federal law so that they could have slaves.
Republicans like Rep. Steve King (R-IA) have responded to the legalization of same-sex marriage by calling on the states to abolish civil marriage.
Rick Perry vowed that if he were president we would not have to worry about progress or equal rights, because he firmly believes in letting states discriminate against people's rights.
Marriage equality has been banned in Texas since 2005, so immediately after the ruling on Friday, the Executive Director of Progress Texas put out a statement warning, "Texas Republicans must comply with marriage equality ruling".
The Supreme Court made an historic ruling recognizing that same sex couples have a right to marry under the 14th Amendment on the anniversary of the Windsor case.
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that state laws banning same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.
"Send the hornets!" ought to be the "battle prayer of every patriot saint." Oh sweet little baby Jesus and his AR-15. You mean you're all saints now?
It is true the Koch's are poised to spend nearly a billion dollars to put a Koch surrogate in the White House, and to completely take over the entire nation they are paying an American Legislative Exchange Council subsidiary to impose their corporate agenda on every town, village, city, and county in America.
Wednesday morning an arsonist started a fire at Briar Creek Baptist Church, a predominately black church in Charlotte, North Carolina.
During an interview with CNN newly minted top contender for the Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trump, called Mexicans rapists.