The official Twitter account of the Democratic Party sent out a chart in preparation of President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty speech to attack Republican opposition.
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In an editorial entitled, "At Long Last, Immigration Action," The New York Times offers a full-throated endorsement of President Barack Obama's executive amnesty action. However, the editorial board freely admits it has no idea what it's endorsing.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley made national news last year when he fought to pass and signed a tax bill that levied a tax on Marylanders, businesses and churches for the amount of "impervious surface" they have on their property.
Sometimes you hit “publish” when you meant to hit “save draft.” That seems to be what happened today at The New York Times when it comes to the story on the Keystone XL pipeline vote in the Senate.
This music video is either the start of a "Gangnam Style" craze or the strangest thing you'll see on the Internet this week.
In the wake of the controversy of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber calling the American people stupid and saying a lack of transparency was crucial to the law’s passage, President Barack Obama challenged the media “go back and look at the stories” surrounding the Affordable Care Act to see how transparent it was.
Caitlyn Ricci sued her parents and won. Not for abuse, not for any wrongdoing but for college tuition. And a New Jersey court sided with her.
Joyless feminism and breakfast aren't things you normally think of in the same sentence, but that's about to change. Anita Sarkeesian, the humorless blogger at "Feminist Frequency" who routinely complains about "GamerGate," the portrayal of women in video games, and pretty much anything else you can think of.
Chris Cuomo, host of CNN’s low-rated “New Day” morning show, interviewed EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy Thursday morning about the climate deal struck by President Barack Obama with China. One question Cuomo asked stuck out.
Florida Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson, the 17th richest Member of Congress with a net worth of $26 million, whose wife and children are currently on public assistance, took to his blog Wednesday to opine on why his party was beaten so handily in the midterm elections. It wasn’t policy, it wasn’t the economy, it wasn’t jobs, it was hatred of President Barack Obama.
The race to represent Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District is not yet settled. More than a week after Election Day, only 133 votes separate the candidates, with Republican challenger Martha McSally edging out incumbent Democrat Ron Barber. The race may end up in a recount. There are only 200 votes left to tally, and provisional ballots are not expected to be declared valid.
The evidence continues to mount that the midterm elections weren’t a fluke, but a wave. Gallup released survey data Tuesday showing the American people overwhelmingly want Republicans to lead the nation’s agenda by a margin of 53 to 36 percent over President Barack Obama. New Gallup data shows just how unpopular Democrats are across the board with the public.
For all the handwringing and posturing by the White House and Democrats over how the midterm elections were not a mandate for Republicans, Gallup has released a new poll showing a mandate is exactly what the American people had in mind.
The enrollment date for year two of Obamacare is Nov. 15. That’s the day people can start enrolling and re-enrolling in health plans for 2015. It’s also the day enrollees will find out what the plans are going to cost them. That, according to one insurance broker, is when customers will be in for some serious “sticker shock."
Separate And Unequal: Minnesota School District To Review All Suspensions Of ‘Black And Brown’ Students
Minneapolis Public Schools are implementing a new policy aimed at eliminating the gap between the races when it comes to suspensions. Nothing will change for white students, they will still be suspended at the discretion of each school’s principal. But for minority students, specifically black, Hispanic and Native American students, the Minneapolis Schools Superintendent’s office will personally review each case.
Ferguson, Missouri, is a city on edge. Hordes of protesters, community organizers, and anarchists are awaiting a decision from the grand jury on whether or not officer Darren Wilson will be indicted for the shooting death of Michael Brown on August 9.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul isn't mincing words --- he calls the military actions taken against the terrorist group known as ISIS "illegal" and says it must either stop or President Barack Obama needs to come to Congress to get authorization to continue it.
In the fight of her political life, Louisiana Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu took the gloves off on day 1 of the runoff election between her and Republican candidate Bill Cassidy. Fewer than 24 hours later, the attack Landrieu launched went horribly wrong.
Newly reelected soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is loyal to his supporters, and one supporter in particular – Kentucky’s junior Senator Rand Paul. Sen. Paul campaigned tirelessly for McConnell, helping him win conservative support and crush Alison Lundergan Grimes, his Democratic challenger. That didn’t go unnoticed or appreciated by McConnell.