The fact that the money was allocated in secret is telling and illustrates that not only have Republicans not learned anything from the losses they suffered in the 2012 election.
Archive for December 13th, 2012
Since we live in the days of James O’Keefe ‘journalism,’ the truth takes a distant second place to a poorly crafted narrative.
According to the former presidential candidate, President Obama and Secretary Clinton are just moments from taking away the freedom of every American.
It hurts to be wrong…especially if you’re caught and it’s about one of the biggest political stories of the year.
Santa confronts Rep. Paul Ryan to tell him he’s on the ‘naughty’ list.
The company that produced Bristol Palin’s ‘Life’s a Tripp’ received a $354,348 subsidy from the state thanks to a credit signed into law by her mother
In her letter, Susan Rice shows she is a selfless patriot who puts country first.
The new map application is considered a response to Apple’s notorious misstep when it removed Google Maps from its newly released iPhone and iPad.
The vast majority of those in the 1% have come to their senses by realizing that they really can afford the 5% tax hike.
His farewell speech, emblematic of the Senatorial misfit who was drummed out of the Democratic party but not quite embraced by the Republican party, was a lonely affair.
Shift in position mirrors Obama’s gay marriage stance in more ways than one.
‘Better to have a short life that is full of what you like doing than a long life spent in a miserable way.’
Americans, even with their vote have shown an inclination to vote Liberal. After all, Democrats won the popular vote 5 out of the last six elections by substantial margins.
Since before Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake in 1600 for espousing Copernicus’s theory that the sun did not revolve around the earth, science has always been religion’s greatest threat.
Simultaneously says that evolution disproves homosexuality is passed on genetically.
A teacher’s pet project of her own “50 shades of grey” novel now has the attention of the world on her small town, much to the town’s discomfort.
Before the Clean Water Act of 1972, our waterways were clogged with flammable, toxic sludge. Today, we take clean water for granted … but maybe not for long.
LGBT people, immigrants, minorities, the poor and women, who all have historical experience as political (and literal) punching bags, were made political pawns in the race to hate, specifically from the right.
Rev. Jesse Peterson described Obama as “the most divisive man to ever occupy the White House,” and black people would have been better off supporting Herman Cain.