Boycott In Full Swing As CT Gov. Malloy Moves To Ban State Sponsored Travel To Indiana

"When new laws turn back the clock on progress, we can't sit idly by. We are sending a message that discrimination won't be tolerated."

Seattle Joins San Francisco in Banning City-Funded Trips to Indiana

The backlash against Indiana's embrace of religious tyranny has expanded to include cities inside and outside Indiana

Swift Corporate Backlash Follows Indiana Governor Pence’s Decision To Sign Anti-Gay Law

Shortly after Indiana Governor Pence signed an anti-gay bill into law, corporations lined up to boycott the state in response.

During Severe Drought San Francisco Catholics Soak The Homeless Who Are Seeking Shelter

In a conscientious city like San Francisco, water conservation measures are taken very seriously by businesses and residents alike; except for the San Francisco Archdiocese led by embattled Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone. The latest outrage, and it is a monumental outrage on humanitarian and water conservation terms, against the Archdiocese is the harshest criticism for installing a watering system to drench the homeless to prevent them from sleeping in doorways around the sanctuary at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Obama Warns Republicans That He Is Going To Run Through Their Opposition

President Obama is putting Republicans on notice that he plans to run through their cynical politics and opposition during his final two years in office.

Unlike Much Of The Country, California Still Solidly Blue After Midterm Elections

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 Mocked Labor Day With War on Workers

Republicans, the Chamber of Commerce, and large corporations have made a mockery of the idea and purpose Labor Day was once celebrated regardless it is American workers that made America, and business, prosperous and successful.

Rick Perry Believes That Homosexuality Is Like Alcoholism And Can Be Treated

Republican Texas Governor Rick Perry addressed the Commonwealth Club of California Wednesday night. He shocked the crowd, and perhaps put the final nail in the coffin of his Presidential ambitions, when he compared homosexuals to alcoholics.

Tom Perkins Apologizes for Referencing Kristallnacht But Still Says He is Right

Perkins said, "I think rich as a class are threatened by higher taxes and higher regulation." Oh no!

Fox News Observes Martin Luther King, Jr. Day By Race Baiting

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a national holiday that observes the birthday of our greatest civil rights champion, Fox Nation, an online political news site run by Fox News, decided to honor the day by doing what it does best: race baiting.

Taking Back the House, Vol. 16: Paul Cook and California’s 8th District

This is the sixteenth edition of a research project at PoliticusUSA known as Taking Back the House. The purpose of this project is to analyze each Republican Congressional district in the United States and see how likely the district can go 'Blue.'

Can Government Pick Up Where Unions Left Off?

With union power waning, governments are implementing workers' rights. It's time to build a national movement built on grassroots efforts.

Justice Kennedy Swats Down Proposition 8 Again

The religious bigots who lacked an argument found out this week they lacked standing as well but like frat boys they couldn't let no mean no

Why Progressives Can Make My Head Explode

Progressivism, like conservatism, is about regulating our lives. But I'm a liberal; I'm all about liberty, so leave my choices alone

Pamela Geller’s New Ad Campaign Calls Muslims Savages

Pamela Geller disengenuously claims she does not hate all Arabs and Muslims despite paraphrasing an Ayn Rand quote which does exactly that