Despite what many people on the right believe, the Founding Fathers supported some very liberal policies. These are 7 examples of how the Founding Fathers’ policies prove they were the liberals of their day.
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
What you define as ‘creeping government’ is the action of a society doing what it can to protect the greater good of its citizens. Gun lovers don’t seem to understand that.
Republican Jesus™ wants YOU to be happy and rich! As long as you obey His NEW Commandments! And you’re White. And a man. And heterosexual. Did He mention you had to be White?
We all know what conservatives/Republicans are like. It’s just unfortunate that they don’t know it themselves.
by Justin Acuff •
What if Anonymous secretly switches Fox and the Onion’s articles around? Would anyone notice?
by Leslie Salzillo •
Against some surprising opposition, and in the country whose very brand is ‘romance,’ same-sex marriage a now legal right in France.
by Deborah Montesano •
Petcoke releases an average of 53.6 percent more carbon dioxide than coal. And who owns the pile piling up in Detroit? That’d be the Koch Brothers.
by Abby Miller •
The issue is about two teenagers having consensual sex… and a law that needs to change so that one of them doesn’t end up going to jail for that.
by T. Steelman •
The ‘Human Heartbeat Protection Act’ would have outlawed abortion after 12 weeks, denied 20% of Arkansas women medical care, and revoked doctors’ licenses.
by Abby Miller •
Six Republican Georgia state representatives introduced a resolution that would limit voting rights by repealing the 17th Amendment of the Constitution.
by Rika Christensen •
Giving control of the world’s water to private corporations would take away people’s options, giving human life entirely over to corporate greed.