US House GOP feels no pressure to vote on unemployment benefits which expired in January. So after three months? You are on your own people. This is the Republican reboot? Screw you, I’ve got mine,… Read More
When uber statistician, Nate Silver of the Five Thirty Eight Politics blog of The New York Times speaks, we listen. Although we are seven months away from election day, Nate deals in the world of… Read More
New Rules from Bill Maher discusses the power of language and why the Democrats need to play as tough a game as the GOP.
The GOP/Tea Party have been fighting the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare for four years. They cast 51 votes to repeal it and aside from a debunked 9 page plan outline, have proposed nothing to… Read More
by Brent Budowsky In my latest column, “Les GOP Misérables,” I wrote that the GOP obsession with pursuing losing issues — cutting Medicare and Social Security –has led to recent defeats and will lead to… Read More
by Denis G. Campbell If the GOP’s God has a sense of humour and wished to dispense karma lessons, why does he pick on the poor people of New Orleans and kick THEM over and… Read More
For once Progressives are standing in the ring toe-to-toe with the liars of FOX News (official voice of Republican/GOP/Tea Party crazies). We are fighting back against RW lunatic hate purveyors like Limbaugh and Beck. We… Read More
by Tina Dupuy Nothing says leadership more than bravely standing up against a concern that’s not actually a problem. We’ve had a one-sided battle with Sharia Law in the U.S. No one is fighting for replacing U.S…. Read More