It started right on schedule early Saturday morning. The second guessing and the criticism over the choices made by law enforcement Friday morning regarding the pursuit of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Shouldn't we be questioning the right of government to mess with marriage at all?
There was a little glimmer of light in the Southern skies last week. It wasn't exactly a light bulb flashing on over Wal-Mart corporate, but it did look as though someone was fumbling with the switch.
Republicans seem intent on jumping the shark. This time they are staking a lot of political capital on a battle to disable the CFPB and its director Richard Cordray.
Ya gotta love Gabby Giffords and her remarkable husband Mark Kelly. But on Tuesday they blew it.
If Senator Reid needs more input on filibuster reform, let's make our voices heard right now.
Now we have this universal outpouring of grief and revulsion and we also have a problem. The known facts about the event and the killer himself could mitigate against meaningful changes.
If one quarter of the 70 percent who feel the NRA is, on some level, making unreasonable demands can be convinced to drop their membership it would be over $24 million less in NRA coffers every year.
Republicans can try once again to rebrand themselves, but at heart they remain exclusionary and selfish and more than anything else, owned and operated by big business.
Could all of those polls rather than informing us about the election be actually obscuring an undercurrent that could change that election?
Since we know it is possible we may soon be told we must give birth, how much of a stretch is it to imagine someone might tell us we can't?
A study released by the National Employment Law Project (NELP), however, shows that it is big corporations not small businesses that benefit from low-wage workers
We can take a page from the right's playbook and fight voter suppression with the message that voting is a self-interest that everyone can understand.
Tea Party Republicans are on such shaky ground with their opposition to Obamacare that it would be a sin not to nudge and send them sprawling into the dirt.
Only the gullible can't see the link between Eric Holder’s aggressive persecution of voting abuses in Florida and what has happened to the Attorney General in the halls of Congress this week.
No matter the outcome on June 5, the Wisconsin uprising is serving up a passel of lessons that Democrats and progressives should heed.
The Arizona State Legislature with the help of ALEC has done the impossible. Without involving a single sperm, they have legislated women into a state of perpetual pregnancy.
After the killing of Trayvon Martin will we realize that after having success against Komen and Rush, we can stand up and take on the NRA?
Bill Maher thinks we should accept Rush Limbaugh's apology, but here's why we must pursue Limbaugh to a point where he pays an actual price and everyone in the business knows it.
The media hasn't gone far enough in arguing against a referendum on same-sex marriage in New Jersey.