Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi continues to be a thorn in the side of Donald Trump. She is frustrating him in Washington, and now it has just been announced that she will receive one of the most prestigious honors in politics — the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award.
If Edward Moore "Ted" Kennedy were alive at this moment, I'm convinced, at 83, he would still be in the Senate. He'd be just as passionate, committed, intelligently informed and supportive of the issues and legislation that really mattered.
If the Republicans win the White House in 2016, any new troop commitment to Iraq would be celebrated by Fox News rather than condemned.
In a blog post written Friday for NH Insider, Republican New Hampshire State Rep. Steve Vaillancourt disparaged Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH) over her looks, claiming that she is "ugly as sin" and that she "looks more like a drag queen than most men in drag."
A group of Catholic bishops in America found an easy means to exert control over Christian conservatives and manipulate them to re-establish Vatican control over theocratic and political matters to bring women into subjection to Catholic dogma.
There is no ultimate choice between Christianity and the state. There is, however, a choice between state religion and freedom of religion.
On Sunday, State Senator Bob Rucho, a Republican out of North Carolina, took to Twitter and decided to make a comparison that is just unbelievable in its idiocy and complete lack of historical awareness and understanding.
According to Hagee, "America is becoming a pagan society; we are in a moral free-fall."
Paul Ryan says Obama's path compromises some non-existent values; the real problem is that Obama stands between Ryan and the Constitution
Mormon David Twede asked if President Romney would answer to the Mormon prophet; David Twede was interrogated and now faces excommunication
For years we've been told Obama's Christianity matters but where Romney's Mormonism comes in, will expediency win out over dogma in 2012?
Gallup has released their 2010 poll of the most popular presidents of the last 50 years. While the two names at the top, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, should surprise no one, George W. Bush made his first appearance on the list, and promptly established himself as the least popular living former president.