Market-based educational reform is an utter failure, and yet we still can't shake the nasty remnants of its bad policy influence
Religious groups and Republicans are on a campaign to bring an end to science to advance religion and oil industry profits.
Tea Party Republicans like Rep. Tim Huelskamp are spewing more hate and intolerance by decrying Republican outreach to "so-called" Hispanic voters.
Upon hearing that Louisiana lost track of $700 million dollars of federal money, the first thing a Republican Senator does is call for is more oversight.
Gov. Bobby Jindal's voucher schools are teaching Louisiana kids that most slave owners were kind to their slaves, and that the KKK are civic reformers.
Between Ryan's budget and the CPAC lineup, it should be painfully apparent that the new extremist Republicans will not rest until poverty is rampant, children starve, and seniors perish.
Gov Jindal (R-LA) accused Obama of using scare tactics while in real life, Jindal is gutting his state in order to run for President in 2016.
Sen. Rubio has a long way to go with the Hispanic community before he can deliver what the Republican Party thinks his skin color will automatically garner them.
The new front in the Republicans class war is just getting underway as governors are proposing new tax schemes that raise taxes on the poor to fund tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations.
Republicans are intent on returning to policies that, thirty years later, finally bore fruit and nearly destroyed the nation's economy.
There is a growing movement to insert religion into the education system using taxpayer dollars.
The all white justices and Gov Bobby Jindal are fighting a federal court's ruling that Justice Johnson is next in line to be the head justice.
Most of us like a little reality in our diet, but the Republican Convention seems to be focused more on how to mainstream the crazy
Fischer claims the the neo-Nazi Sikh temple shooter was a liberal because he was a Nazi but a glance at the rhetoric tells a different story
Rather than fixing its troubled public school system, Louisiana will remove standards and replace modern science with Bronze Age belief
Republicans have discovered that the candidate they got is not the candidate they wanted, or needed. Nevada's ballot offers a solution
Gov. Scott Walker's plan to violate federal law and not implement Obamacare was blown to shreds today, as he was told that the ACA is the law of the land, and he must implement it.
A fundamentalist Christian textbook used in a Louisiana school insists that because the Loch Ness Monster is real, evolution must not be
Alleged news anchor Bret Baier of Fox News is confused regarding Obama's eligibility, but he schooled birthers targeting Jindal and Rubio.