No contraception, no child care, no equal rights, no abortion.
We’re squandering an extraordinary opportunity to rebuild America.
In an election year, presidential candidates spend a great deal of time bowing before the altar of the creaky Cuban embargo.
We’re a diverse nation of many religions and each has the same rights as any other group, including the right to be left alone.
Paul Ryan’s 2013 budget shows not only that the GOP is wildly out of touch with average Americans, but that they lack the ability to lead us anywhere but off a cliff.
The GOP keeps offering comedic gaffes and outrageous statements, but don’t count on a Democratic landslide in November.
Why should anyone believe that catering to the interests of U.S. corporations located in or returning from China will make American workers any better off?
Politicians indulge in anti-Islamic sentiment with near impunity.
Senate Republicans are blocking votes on judicial nominees, including uncontroversial ones.
You wouldn’t think it would take Him four shots to pick a winner.
All this imperial conniving is giving the Republican presidential candidates, except the isolationist Ron Paul, plenty to yammer about.
Despite the Santorum speed bump, it seems certain now that Mitt Romney will be the eventual nominee.
GOP lawmakers are howling to overturn the EPA’s mercury regulations.
Mediocre polling numbers in South Carolina – following lousy showings in Iowa and New Hampshire – finally convinced Texas Governor Rick Perry to drop out of the GOP presidential race.
Now I’ve got the Steely Mitt blues.
Seen him on TV.
But I’ll never forget
what Mitt did to me.