"It’s the kind of bigotry that says I’m urinating on you and telling you to dance in the rain. This is an insult to all people of color."
After giving a widely panned, and factually empty, anti-terrorism speech, Donald Trump announced that he was banning The Washington Post because the newspaper reported the truth about his statements.
"If he means it when he says he will do everything in his power to keep Trump from being elected...He...must stop attacking the Democratic Party in a way that might discourage voters in the fall."
He is selling his own brand of fiction to a slice of the country that wants to buy it. It proves that many progressives like being told what they want to hear
William M. Daly mistakenly claims the GOP's "insanity" began when Senator John McCain chose Sarah Palin to be his running mate in 2008
The Koch brothers are executing a well-planned assault on the Pope by portraying him as a Pagan and his followers as un-American
Hillary Clinton has a real conundrum on her hands. It's her walking-on-eggs observation about the upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership vote. The vote will be in tandem with another controversial trade deal with the European Union, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
Support for gay marriage has climbed to 61 percent, compared to just 35 percent of Americans who are still opposed to marriage equality.
A Washington Post-ABC News Poll shows Hillary Clinton leading each of her likely Republican opponents by double digits.
A powerful CEO of a giant corporation took the time to say what few others have; "There is something very dangerous happening in states across the country" of people using religion as a legislative weapon.
On Tuesday, Media Matters published a piece that accused Fox News host Bill O'Reilly of making a false claim in his book Killing Kennedy. In the book, O'Reilly said that he witnessed the suicide of a Russian emigre, George de Mohrenschildt, who knew Lee Harvey Oswald.
Instead of shame and humiliation that this government condoned and defended myriad human rights violations, one of the architects of torture, Dick Cheney and several Bush officials hit the airwaves defending torture with overwhelming support from the religious right.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that Mitt Romney leads the pack of GOP hopefuls for 2016, with Jeb Bush running in second place.
The Ebola crisis in West Africa is a deadly serious threat. But for many reasonable, concerned Americans it's become difficult to separate the reality of the devastation occurring on that continent, from the overblown media and political hysteria that's dominating our national news cycle.
Republicans in Washington and the right-wing media decided to push all-in by claiming the President had negotiated with terrorists and endangered the nation's security in order to save an anti-American deserter who deserved to be held as a prisoner indefinitely by the Taliban.
In the current political climate, the only compromising from the Tea Party is the highly transparent dive to the middle at election-time
Anti-WMD alert: In a joint OpEd Monday, President Obama and President Hollande wrote about how their deepening partnership offers a model for international cooperation.
The image of the big plantation tobacco farmer is inextricably linked to the Republican Party, and as long ago as 1998, GOP leadership began to understand that the inflow of lobbyist funds was not worth the long-term PR hassle.
A new ABC News/Washington Post poll was released on Tuesday. Overall, the poll had good and bad news for the President.
The 2016 presidential election only seems a long ways off. Hillary Clinton has positioned herself for a second run since the first run ended