Before perusing the one-time "world's leading democracy" and its truly pathetic voter turnout record, it is worth looking back at comments from Senator Bernie Sanders that he recorded for posterity nearly ten years ago.
Republicans are making much of their "balanced" budget but this "work harder for less" budget is not really balanced at all
You know the Religious Right, and maybe some of its male leaders, have got nothing when they start worrying about Obama's presidential package
Sarah Palin warns that in his dealings with Iran that Obama is flirting with the devil...but wait...isn't Obama the devil?
"America was founded on the principle of religious freedom." It's just a shame he thinks only corporations have that freedom
There are a whole bunch of fundamentalists who are upset we don't take them seriously, which means, of course, that I will keep mocking them
Dr. Richard Land calls opposing persecution of others "ugly...thuggish...brutish. It's the totalitarian left in all of its ugly face."
Both Republicans and so-called sovereign citizens are citizens and subject to federal authority. If not, we should rethink deportation laws
Republicans are more than willing to waste money to help the rich and corporations, but money spent protecting the rest of us is "wasteful"
It has been 70 years this year since Japan's bid to launch what it called the "Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere" came crashing to the ground
While Republicans aren't waving the white flag publicly, the GOP is becoming quietly aware that they have lost their war against Obamacare.
Conservatives have for a long time controlled the discourse on freedom and liberty, but these are liberal ideals, and we must take them back
The current President, Barack Obama, will go down in history for providing tens-of-millions of Americans with access to affordable health care, restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba, an historic climate change deal with China, and with the stroke of his pen, ceding executive branch authority over foreign policy to a Congress loyal to a foreign national.
The resultant Republican freakout is not unexpected, as it violates not only the status quo but further silences the drums of war
Yes, actually exercising your First Amendment right to have your own beliefs is a "huge concern" with "spiritual ramifications" in Iowa
The crux of South Carolina's argument in support of discriminating against gays is that if it constitutionally permissible to discriminate against women, then it is perfectly legal to discriminate against gays.
Ted Cruz, like every other Republican, hates being quoted, and it's never his fault that he said it, but the media's fault for reporting it
In a radio interview, former GOP Congresswoman Michele Bachmann asserted that President Obama's policies will lead to World War III.
Ah, the comforting embrace of Sean Hannity, where "that was then" is answer enough to questions about issues that affect millions
The Religious Right thinks, despite all the evidence, that doubling down on anti-gay bigotry will have better results than Indiana