Michael Walsh doesn’t think that your mother, grandmother, sister or wife should be able to vote.
Articles by: Wendi Petit
For those who will continue to receive benefits, the maximum benefits from go from $535 a week down to $350 a week.
The Republican National Committee is betting on the U.S. Supreme Court to recoup the losses seen in the 2012 election cycle.
You may think twice about booking a cruise when you learn just how bad the industry has gotten.
This Valentines Day will be extra sweet for Illinois families, as it stands to become the 10th state to approve marriage equality in the United States.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Representative Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) introduced the Corporate Tax Dodging Prevention Act today in both houses of Congress
Surprise, surprise, it happened at an event funded by the Koch Brothers.
Whether or not people want to admit it, there are great number of people who really don’t like watching the Super Bowl.
Despite all the tearing down done by the priests, most recently detailed in the just-released sex abuse documents, nuns have been quietly toiling away doing the church’s real work.
Senator Whitehouse realized that, although Ms. Trotter’s obviously a woman, she really doesn’t speak for women on the issue of gun control.
Lazaro Sopena chose to take his new wife’s surame, but the Florida DMV accused him of fraud. Now Lazaro Dinh has received good news: the DMV has had a change of heart.
Marriage inequality can affect heterosexual couples as well, as this Florida couple found out the hard way.
The real concern should be whether or not conspiracy nut Chip Rogers will be taking over Georgia Public Broadcasting to exert ‘mind control’ over its consumers.
When cross-examining Secretary Clinton, Senators Johnson and Paul end up looking more like they’re the bumbling characters from Spy v. Spy.
‘The fact is, corporations are not people. Corporations don’t breathe. They don’t have kids. And they don’t die in wars.’
Yes, people who have a serious mental health problem should receive proper treatment, but the myths and stigmas need to be addressed.
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Karl Rove emerges unscathed from the rubble of his election day melt-down and many scandals as one of DC’s reining pundits.
Who knew that a law intended to promote Christianity in schools would open the door to Satanism?