Marsha Blackburn has always been one of the more bombastic lawmakers on the hill. Her opinions can draw strong reactions from people Taylor Swift credited Blackburn’s election to the senate in 2018 as the spark that inspired her to get more involved in Democratic politics.
Today was Constitution Day in the United States. Donald Trump celebrated the event by giving an incredibly sleepy speech at the National Archives Museum.
Trump told attendees, “We embrace the vision of Martin Luther King where children are not judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. The left is attempting to destroy that beautiful vision and divide Americans by race in the service of political power.”
Could Taylor Swift be responsible for giving Democrats control of the U.S. Senate?
After The New York Times released a poll concerning the U.S. Senate race in Tennessee, many people wrote off the Democratic candidate Phil Bredesen because it showed Republican candidate Marsha Blackburn with a massive fourteen point lead.
Two new polls show Democratic US Senate candidates leading Republican in the contests for the open Senate seats in Tennessee and Arizona.
Popular Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen is leading Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn by 2-4 points in a new poll of the US Senate race in Tennessee.
Trump cheerleader and frontrunner for the nomination, Rep. Marsha Blackburn, could lose the seat for Republicans and possibly hand the Senate majority back to the Democrats.
Those being burned at the stake are our scientists who hold lifesaving medical breakthroughs in their hands.
After the deaths at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic, Democrats in Congress are demanding that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan shut down the House investigation into the healthcare provider.
U.S. GOP Rep Marsha Blackburn (TN-7) will head a select investigative panel on "big abortion providers".
Instead of introducing legislation to create jobs, or help Americans struggling in an economy created for the benefit of the rich, on the first day of the 114th Congress Republicans introduced five separate bills restricting women's reproductive rights; something they did not pledge would be at the top of their legislative agenda.
Republicans were busted on the Meet The Press and Face The Nation for hyping Ebola fears while refusing to confirm President Obama's nominee to be Surgeon General.
Marsha Blackburn says, "Words matter, actions matter . . . You can't just go say [we've] changed all the rules," even as she invents facts
The Meet The Press climate change debate wasn't much of a debate at all as The Science Guy Bill Nye called out Republican congresswoman Marsha Blackburn's talking points, and pummeled her with science and facts.
John Boehner's reaction in not wanting to hold a vote on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act legislation is still wrong.
Who, precisely, we must ask ourselves, are Cruz and Paul and others fighting for if it is not the American people?
Republicans complain about government interference in our lives, all the while trying to turn America into one of the most repressive countries on earth.
The House GOP's watered down version of the VAWA is more about preserving their bigotry than anything about protecting women from violence.
Asked if Romney was lying about Jeep moving production to China, Blackburn said, 'Oh, well, I don't know. I haven't talked with the campaign staff about that.'