Every woman in American knows how it feels to have her family planning and reproductive healthcare choices vetoed by a bunch of privileged white men in Congress.
Like a villain in a horror movie that appears one last time to wreak havoc, Republicans are again making one last attempt to inflict pain on millions.
With the end of September marching closer and 2018 around the bend, Republicans are still unlikely to pass any bill to repeal and replace a law that has saved lives. In other words, the Affordable Care Act is here to stay.
This is the kind of unhinged and crackpot rhetoric that is common on Info Wars, but it has no place in American government.
"We have a Medicare system right now. It is a good system. ... Let's expand that program to every man, woman, and child. It's not a scary proposition."
It's hard to gauge the outcome of midterm elections more than a year before they're held, but Donald Trump's presidency has motivated progressive and moderate voters in a way they haven't been in a long time.
The White House wants to see the plan approved by Congress, but not even GOP leadership is interested in pushing the measure through.
The U.S. consumer financial watchdog on Thursday attempted to repel a Trump-administration attack on former President Barack Obama's sweeping student loan reforms and defended itself against Republican attempts to weaken its powers.
Dent's retirement is just the latest in a slew of moderate Republicans who are calling it quits as Washington spirals out of control with Trump at the helm.
While the president complains that members of Congress are turning the debt ceiling debate into "a mess," it is his irresponsible tweets that are turning the simple vote into a political game.
"The president needs to be crystal clear that hatred has no place in our society, but he is currently failing at it."
The poll released Monday showed Trump's approval rating at the lowest level in any survey released since he took office.
Donald Trump spent the entire campaign playing the tough guy card, but after six months in the White House, there is not a soul on the planet who takes him seriously.
This week's epic failure to pass any repeal and replace legislation won't be the last effort by Donald Trump and Republicans to dismantle former President Obama's signature achievement.
Outside of the White House and the halls of Congress, it's clear that people of all political persuasions recognize how devastating this repeal plan would be to millions of Americans.
The president and his GOP allies in Congress just can't accept the fact that America isn't buying what they're selling.
The American people rate Trump's performance on health care worse than any other issue facing the country.
Republicans are finding it increasingly hard to defend the Trump team's conduct with Russia during the 2016 campaign.
"I'm questioning the patriotism of all of those Republicans who are allowing this president to side with Putin, to wrap his arms around Putin."
If there is an upside for Toomey, it's that Trump's constant social media outbursts are distracting from the disastrous piece of legislation he's trying to push through the Senate.