When a state faces a weather disaster, it is a good time for elected politicians to show leadership. Sure, there’s not much they can do to stop a blizzard or a hurricane, but they can get on the phone and secure help for their constituents.
Trump's declining mental health and inability to govern a country combined with the strong winds and flash floods of a massive hurricane are the recipe for a complete catastrophe.
It is true that all Republicans are blatant hypocrites, but now that go-it-alone awesome Texas experienced a little anthropogenic climate change weather, the Lone Star State's Republicans, both tea party and mainstream Republicans alike, are demanding some of those hated "federal government handouts" they oppose for other Americans whether it is for food, housing, healthcare, or disaster relief.
In California, the greatest natural resource, water, is in extremely short supply and the oil industry, the Nestle Corporation, and corporate agriculture is rapidly draining what is left of California water for pure profit.
To make matters that much worse, the over 2 million gallons of toxic water the oil and gas industry disposes of daily is pumped into the aquifer and poisons the diminishing underground supply at an alarming rate; so much so that well over a hundred (at last count) drinking-water wells have been shut down by state water regulators and the EPA due to oil waste-water contamination.
Jeb Bush is marketing himself as a different kind of conservative, but his ideas support the same GOP policies that have failed before.
After a not-so-really-heated contest between the Republicans and Democrats, California still remains blue, and our State elected leaders are all Democrats.
Republicans will continue to deny climate change even though glaring examples are more and more common each day. Case in point: This week's wildfires in San Diego.
Between last week's report on climate change and the devastation at home from super-storms, flooding, droughts, wild fires, tornados and this week's news Antarctica is melting, conservatives went berserk and accused scientists using data, reason, and knowledge to bully people.
President Obama declared an emergency in the State of Georgia after birther Gov. Nathan Deal failed to respond appropriately to the severe winter storm.
The Conservative media has ignored man-made climate change in hopes that they can convince millennials it isn't real. Millennials aren't buying it.
God really does NOT want you drinking Starbucks! It's that "holiness" or "sanctification" thingie. Just don't ask Barton which verse it is
Two Weld County commissioners supporting secession made statements that have a direct correlation to why the state is experiencing a event that is bound become a regular occurrence across America.
If you want to see what privatized relief would look like, think of Walmart. That's the face of Republican disaster relief
Scott Lively claims he is being persecuted for persecuting LGBT persons, but he thinks his own crimes are excused by the Bible
A deadly tornado battered Adairsville, Georgia today, the district of Republican Congressman Robert Woodall, who opposed aid for Hurricane Sandy victims.
Paul Ryan justified his no vote for Sandy victims claiming that maintaining the existing flood insurance relief program was irresponsible.
Sandy victims got a preview of the you're on your own mindset Republicans have advocated for the past four years, and it portends a drift toward a nation defined by selfish greed.
Kansas Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp told AFA Director of Issues Analysis Bryan Fischer that he saw no real need for disaster relief for Hurricane Sandy victims.
President Obama used his weekly address to remind us that Thanksgiving is a time to put aside our differences after a hard fought campaign.