In Washington DC, it is generally good practice to try to tie yourself to popular measures. And this week, the House passed an incredibly popular stimulus bill. The bill is set to bring relief to millions of Americans and thousands of small businesses.
Since Joe Biden has taken office, many more vaccination shots are getting into the arms of Americans. Over the last week, the country has averaged over 2 million vaccinations each day.
The US is getting very close to getting back to normal, but it is not there yet. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said earlier this week that she was very worried that states would roll back their safety measures.
'You didn’t tell me you was married to no black man. It’s a big problem with my church and my community. They don’t allow that.'
A Mississippi man was arrested Sunday, for throwing a bomb into a Wal-Mart to protest the retailer for halting Confederate flag sales.
Three Southern U.S. states have Governors races in 2015, and Democrats are poised to win two of them.
Of course, the pastor saying this also needs to be stoned for not following the Law of Moses
In comments made to the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Mississippi State Representative Gene Alday said he opposed additional school funding because he feels blacks in the state already get too much help from the government and "they don't work."
Instead of any real measures or support to address the crushing income disparity between the 1% and the rest of the population, Republicans are proposing harsher measures to shift more wealth to the rich at the expense of those who need it most; families with children.
The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force is investigating an explosion that was detonated near a Colorado Springs NAACP office on Tuesday.
Multiple wives are permitted by the Law of Moses, yet according to Pastor James, anything beyond 1 man + 1 woman is a perversion
Coupled with inhumane austerity cuts, the GOP is getting precisely what they apparently live for; more despair and destitution among the poor, especially children.
Two recent events have brought out the Republican Party's inner racist demon -- the GOP's Senate primary runoff election in Mississippi and the current crisis at the border involving migrant children from Central America.
On Monday evening, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) appeared on The Mark Levin Show to discuss, among other things, the recent GOP primary runoff election in Mississippi. He complained multiple times about the "DC machine."
There can be no possible comparison between what was said about McDaniel and the Protocols, because what was said about McDaniel is true: he is a racist
Two days after losing in Mississippi's US Senate Republican primary runoff election, State Senator Chris McDaniel is still refusing to concede to the winner, incumbent Senator Thad Cochran.
According to a comprehensive study detailing the disparity between red and blue states regarding the level of federal government assistance as it relates to state tax rates, there are three areas that revealed red states are more dependent on the federal government than blue states.
The further we go along into the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and more people see what it offers them, the less likely the GOP is going to be able to do anything about the law and will have to accept it.
A new report reveals that the recent food stamp cuts mean that 47.7 million children, senior citizens, working Americans, and nearly a million veterans will have to get by on one less meal a day
A rash of other, mostly poor Republican-controlled, Southern states are falling deeper into poverty and the greatest amount of their policies' damage is affecting children.