During Monday night's broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly interviewed former KKK leader David Duke regarding the recent controversy surrounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) speaking at a white supremacist conference in 2002.
Back in late January, Bill Maher announced that he was going to use his show to affect this year's mid-term elections and do a little activism of his own. We'd like to see Duncan Hunter go.
Political cartoonist Bill Day recalls the impact musician Pete Seeger had on his life and remembers him in a touching column.
As the Central African Republic came perilously close to all-out war, President Obama and the United States stepped in and helped avert a crisis.
A sub-culture that commands little attention in the U.S. is the deaf community. The signing controversy in South Africa changes all of that
Nelson Mandela was everything that Ronald Reagan wasn't. For Conservatives today, that simply means that Mandela was clearly in the wrong.
Limbaugh uses the death of Nelson Mandela to attack civil rights leaders and African-Americans in this nation.
If there was ever a man who had justifiable reason to hate, it was Nelson Mandela. He chose not to hate.
Speaking at the UN on Tuesday, President Barack Obama took the opportunity to explain that tolerance is at the core of American democracy and freedom.
Aung San Suu Kyi is a Burmese woman of impeccable political credentials who has labored for decades to bring democracy to her home country, and now she's been elected to the lower house of parliament.