Christie may not have the anti-voter credentials of some of his Republican brethren, but he does not support the right to vote for all Americans.
One of the ironies of court wars over vote suppression laws lies in the fact that proponents of suppressing the vote argue they want to preserve the "status quo" in the name of preventing confusion among voters.
Democrat Michelle Nunn is leading her Republican opponent for the first time in the Georgia Senate race. Nunn leads Perdue by three points among likely voters in a new poll.
In a meeting with reporters on Monday, Republican Senate candidate David Perdue claimed that he is "proud of" his career in outsourcing jobs and blamed Washington policies for his own business decisions.
Crucial to their success is Republicans' heavy dependence on one of the Koch brothers' legislative arms, the American Legislative Exchange Council, to create template legislation for Republicans to block access to voting in what can only be termed as a direct assault on America's rapidly waning democracy.
Over the past six years, at least, there has been a steady assault on democracy from state level Republicans with valuable assistance from ALEC that led one to wonder whether the Koch brothers had directed the Republican legislative arm (ALEC) to disavow and destroy American democracy one state at a time.
All the talk of a Republican takeover of the US Senate after this year's midterms may have been a bit premature as a new poll in Georgia shows that Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn holds a three-point lead over Republican nominee David Perdue for Georgia's open Senate seat.
West Virginia Senate candidate Natalie Tennant plans to campaign with Elizabeth Warren in July.
David Barton presents a geo-political Christianity Rev. Jody Hice says Muslims can't have, meaning Barton's Christianity is not a religion
After his seismic loss, Eric Cantor's pollster is blaming Democrats, the liberal media, and the 'Cooter factor'. No kidding.
This week, political news site Politico released a poll showing that Democrats are at a seven-point disadvantage against Republicans in the upcoming midterm elections. The poll is supposed to reflect voter sentiments in the most competitive House and Senate races this year.
The law defining Georgia as an uncivilized society takes effect on July 1, and among other absurdities legalizes silencers for hunting (human beings).
Sponsored by Rep. Rick Jasperse, R-Jasper, House Bill 875 would allow guns to be carried in churches, bars, and even some government buildings
Clarence Thomas claims that the issue of race did not come up much in 1960s Georgia, and that today people are too sensitive about race.
PPP released a poll on Wednesday that shows Democrat Michelle Nunn ahead of all four GOP candidates in Georgia's open Senate race. Republican Saxby Chambliss is retiring at the end of his term.
The Commonwealth Fund found that states rejecting Medicaid money will lose billions over time.
With the FBI looking into an ethics scandal with close ties to Gov. Nathan Deal (R-GA), the incumbent governor is drawing challengers from both the right and the left.
Paula Deen's popularity in a Republican state like Texas is not an aberration. It appears to correlate with the level of racism in former Confederate states.
Fox News' coverage of the events in Duncan and Decatur showcased what it has become: A network determined to appeal to its racist, bigoted base.
It is mindboggling there are so many Americans opposed to science and steeped in myth and superstition in the 21st century.