The hits just keep piling on. Another foodborne illness has struck the country, this time in John Boehner’s own district in Ohio. Four children have been sickened by E. Coli contaminated ground beef which has now been recalled by Tyson Fresh Meats.
Despite the increase in deadly pipeline explosions that are rocking the nation due to poor oversight, Rand Paul is the lone Senator holding up a new pipeline safety bill that has almost unanimous bipartisan support in the United States Senate. The bill even has industry support.
During a recent interview with Newsmax, Rick Perry apologized for saying that those who oppose giving the children of illegal immigrants tuition breaks ‘did not have a heart.’ Perry made that remark during the last GOP Debate.
Republicans in Michigan are pushing legislation that would have serious consequences for union workers such as teachers. The GOP led House of Representatives in the state have introduced a bill that would imprison union members for sending political emails using publicly owned email services.
Republicans Continue Fight To Kill Food Safety Laws During Deadliest Food Illness Outbreak In A Decade
Are you confident in the food industry’s ability to police itself? You shouldn’t be. Despite claims that the industry can self-regulate, they are failing horribly. And the consequences are deadly.
The unemployment rate is over 9% and millions of Americans are suffering because of mass layoffs, but Republicans are feeling nothing but joy. During GOP Governor Chris Christie’s speech at the Reagan Library, conservatives cheered upon the mention of Ronald Reagan firing thousands of air traffic controllers.
Each of us has dreamed of being the President of the United States and we have all wondered what we would do if we held the office. So I’m taking this opportunity to share my own vision of America.
Only a couple days after winning the Florida straw poll in a landslide, Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain blasted House Republicans on CNN this morning for playing political games with disaster relief funds.
The Wall Street protest has jumped to the West Coast. Protesters in Los Angeles took to the streets on Saturday to support their fellow countrymen and women in New York.
During the GOP Debate in Florida, the Tea Party audience booed a gay soldier. So who or what could they boo in the next one?
Republicans are once again taking America to the brink of economic calamity. House Republicans rejected a spending bill that would keep the government funded and would provide disaster relief funds to FEMA to aid hurricane, tornado, earthquake, flooding, and wildfire victims across the country.
A few days ago, Rand Paul did an interview in which he suggested that the Koch Brothers be sent to jail. After railing against environmentalists for trying to stop unregulated fracking, which is poisoning the nation’s water supply, Paul pivoted and stated that polluters who dump benzene, a carcinogenic chemical, into streams, should “go to jail.”
Republicans are stepping up their efforts to rig elections in their favor. Pennsylvania Republican Governor Tom Corbett and the Pennsylvania GOP have devised a plan that would award most of the state’s electoral votes to the Republican Presidential candidate even if Democrats get the most votes. And Rick Santorum supports it.
During the GOP Debate tonight in Orlando, Florida, a gay soldier named Steven Hill asked Rick Santorum a question about Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the policy that kept gay soldiers from serving openly until it was officially repealed on September 20th. The audience promptly booed Hill and Santorum failed to condemn the audience reaction.
If Republicans are pro-America, how come they want to build infrastructure in foreign nations, yet oppose building America’s infrastructure? You can add Rick Perry to the long list of Republicans who feel that way.
Earlier tonight, the United States Supreme Court denied a request of a stay of execution for Troy Davis. The state of Georgia then promptly executed him by lethal injection at 11:08pm Eastern Standard Time.
Remember those recent recalls of tainted peanuts, eggs, ground turkey, and other food products over the past two years? Well, Michele Bachmann wants us all to eat more tainted food.
Yesterday, Paul Ryan told conservative radio show host Laura Ingraham that he agrees with Rick Perry that Social Security is a ‘ponzi scheme.’ When asked whether Social Security is a Ponzi scheme, Ryan told the conservative radio show ‘That is how those schemes work.’
It’s a campaign called ‘Occupy Wall Street’ and thousands of ordinary Americans have shown up to protest America’s greedy and fraudulent financial system. But where’s the media coverage?
The Supreme Court is giving Davis an opportunity to challenge his conviction on the grounds that seven of the witnesses against him have since recanted their testimony against him. But Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas disagree with the majority decision of their colleagues. Justice Scalia doesn’t seem to have a problem with executing innocent people because he believes that it is NOT unconstitutional.