Republican national leadership still has not learned its lesson from last year’s defeat in pushing social legislation in Congress.
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Programs which started under the guise of counterterrorism during the Bush administration have mushroomed past simple information gathering on potential threats to mass collection of data on citizens.
The DOW’s decision to affirm the right of public schools to have offensive Native American mascots sends the wrong message to children.
If the First Family disassociated itself from a gangsta rapper, it would be a great start.
President Obama is failing miserably on his 2008 campaign pledge to have the most transparent administration ever.
The FBI’s addition of Assata Shakur to the Most Wanted terrorist list is a reflection of a larger problem relating to law enforcement’s anti-terrorism tactics.
Where are the statements from Democrats to oust Platko over her use of the n-word?
The recent tragedy in Boston should not be used as a political football to punt on immigration reform legislation.
No matter how legitimate grievances against America’s government may be, none can justify wanton violence against innocents as what took place in Boston.
I can’t help but see the stark contrast of media discussions about the “Iron Lady” with late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.