Using taxpayer dollars to live the high life appears to be commonplace for those working in the Trump administration.
The challenge comes as the Trump administration tries to redefine the definition of family for the purpose of enforcing their unconstitutional ban.
Democrats are getting ready to wage a legal battle against Donald Trump on the basis that his business entanglements have put him in violation of the U.S. Constitution.
This bill wasn’t written with the intent to protect or govern on the side of the woman. It was written to save fetuses.
Oklahoma evangelical Republicans force doctors to give patients deceptive and unscientific advice just to keep their medical licenses.
Republican anti-immigrant crusaders have launched a bizarre plan to challenge the constitutionality of the 14th Amendment. How exactly they go about challenging the constitutionality of the Constitution is so bizarre of a concept, that it only could have its provenance in the conservative movement; of course, if it is bizarre enough, it must be a Republican-inspired idea.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is using drug related border violence to justify a draconian and perhaps unconstitutional law, but the two have nothing to do with one another. In fact, in the video the reporter says, "he (Officer Pinal) was tracking the five suspects as they transported marijuana and other drugs..." So if Brewer wanted to deal with this issue, she should have written a law dealing with drug trafficking and undocumented fire arms, not people who "look undocumented". Hey, I'm just assuming she'd want to narrow the field down to the dangerous folks if her argument is the threat of violence.