The legislation being proposed by the GOP House is pathetic. Yet, little is heard from Democratic constituents. Activism is the answer.
More than 80 Republicans have signed a brief which will be submitted to the Supreme Court in support of Marriage Equality
Huntsman broke with the Republican Party on the economy, saying we need to curtail tax loopholes in order to generate revenue.
Republican Jon Hunstman told HuffPost Live, 'I cringe. It's like fingers on a chalkboard every time I hear men talk about women's health issues.'
Mitt Romney is hurting in the polls, has insulted nearly everyone he's met, and now plans to take to the road to show his blue-collar cred
How time flies as the Republicans gift us with two more caucuses and a non-binding primary. The Missouri primary features presidential candidates from the two major parties and two minor ones. The votes count for the Democrats and the two little guys, but not for the Republicans. The Republican Party decided on a March 7th caucus instead. Colorado and Minnesota get in on the caucus action.
Since Republicans seem to love spreading the anti-Romney wealth around (socialists!), it leaves us with an obvious question: Is it Jon Huntsman's turn?
With the Iowa Caucus upon us we can see that the GOP has become trapped by its own extreme narrative, depriving any victor of national appeal
There is no better moment to make predictions than hours before they can be tested. That in mind, what follows is my take on what we can expect to see on the the day of the Iowa Caucuses, and in the immediately following few weeks.