The world is a different place than conservatives wish it to be, and those differences are only going to become more pronounced.
Misogyny reared its ugly head on Twitter Friday evening after Salon Editor-at-Large Joan Walsh tweeted something that made both left and right, well to be fair mostly right, angry.
When MSNBC does not advertise that it is giving air time to members of an infamous hate group, it's time for viewers to reconsider their network
Pew tells us restrictions on religion were high or very high in 39% of countries and that Muslims are as likely to be persecuted as Christians
In yet another senseless gun episode, a highly respected, accomplished and beloved professor, Raja Fayad, was shot to death on campus on the afternoon of Thursday, February 5, 2015.
In fact, Francis is closely aligned with conservative Republican ideology; particularly in his position on addressing poverty and social issues such as homosexuality, same-sex marriage, birth control, and women's rights.
David Rothkopf says, "Bush recognized the urgent need for change and instituted a sweeping reordering of his administration, its policies and priorities."
Oh, how they hate Obama. I mean 'hate' with a capital "H." We're talking about most of the world's population. I know this animus to be true because the right wing echo chamber led by wildly overpaid, radical talk show hosts, Fox News, and pollsters tell me so, relentlessly.
"Prominent national faith leaders, pollsters and others said they are witnessing what appear to be early signs of a spiritual awakening."
The CBO reported that the nation's debt is $231 billion less than last year, and they highlighted the fact the declining debt is entirely due to increased revenue and not Republican spending cuts.
The numbers don't lie: they didn't lie on Election Night, and they do not lie in the longer run when they prove that America is becoming more, not less progressive.
As we approach Election Day 2010, a new Pew Research Center/National Journal poll finds that Republican gains in 2010 will have little bearing on the fate of Barack Obama's reelection campaign in 2012. The poll found that voters are more enthusiastic about reelecting Obama than they were at the same point in Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton's presidencies.