Ohio Democrat Bill O'Neill wants you ladies to stop with the sexual assault complaints, or as he calls them, "sexual indiscretions." He is "sooooo disappointed by this national feeding frenzy about sexual indiscretions decades ago."
What lesson is the supposed party of family values teaching our country’s children when its leaders put money and power over the good of the country?
With each announcement the shock and trauma of what’s happening to this country, the civil rights of its citizens, and future of the free press is felt all over again.
PoliticusUSA's Sarah Jones is live blogging all of the results and action from election night.
I believe that it is finally through compassion and empathy for the suffering vulnerable ones that all the hate and fear will be overcome
After abandoning Marco Rubio, Fox News will host a debate where they will be powerless to stop the GOP from crumbling under Trump.
PoliticusUSA's Sarah Jones and Jason Easley discuss what could be the last 13 days in the life of the Republican Party.
Hillary Clinton reminded Republicans that President Obama is president until January 20, 2017 and they have a responsibility to vote to confirm Obama's nominee to replace Justice Scalia.
Ted Cruz said Obamacare was the biggest job killer in this country and PolitiFact is not impressed, calling it a pants-on-fire lie.
The battle for Iowa has unveiled the Republican Party's desperation leading to comments such as, "I can say I have no intention of shooting anybody in this campaign."
"I saw the governor yesterday accepted responsibility. Clearly primary responsibility lies with local and state officials," but he said that won't stop the federal government from helping.
All across America, lawmakers have been carving away at a woman's right to authority over her own body. The last five years account for more than 1/4 of all abortion restrictions enacted since Roe V Wade.
Seven years in, one thing has become abundantly clear - this President is on a moral mission. Not all people who run for the highest office of the land actually have an agenda to do good for the people, but it appears as though this President did and does.
The White House is taking a victory lap upon the release of the December jobs report, reminding everyone that President Obama said, "The verdict is clear: Middle-class economics works. Expanding opportunity works."
The NRA's Wayne LaPierre was in favor of universal background checks and closing all loopholes -- way back in 1999.
In response to the President's proposals to reduce gun violence, O'Malley brought the discussion home by pointing out that every day we do nothing, we lose more lives.
Speaker Ryan was for addressing background check loopholes at gun shows until he was against it. He's against it now, as Speaker of the crazy House, which is bursting with Republican NRA extremists claiming to represent the "people".
At long last, median household income has finally recovered from the Bush Recession. You know, the one Republicans denied existed but actually started in 2007.
A scared Donald Trump warned former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton that if she's going to unleash Bill Clinton on Trump, she better not play the "women's card" on him.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) doubled down on Donald Trump's vulgar obsession with Clinton's bathroom breaks, last seen during Trump's she got "schlonged" rant.