When the climate sends a signal that the tipping point is reached / And the oceans start to overrun the land / When the piers are disappearing and the final seawall's breached / Maybe then it's time to take a stand
If this rhetoric keeps up and the GOP base gets angrier and angrier and more and more frustrated, their losses will keep increasing.
I may have been an appointee in the George H.W. Bush administration, and master of ceremonies for George W. Bush in 2004, but last Saturday I stood amid the crowd at an Obama event in North Philadelphia.
Former Presidential Candidate Savage Dragon announced today his intention to endorse the presumptive Democratic nominee, Barack Obama. Some of you ma...
We will turn out an army of 40,000 AFSCME activists to knock on doors, make phone calls, and talk with their co-workers and neighbors to produce an unprecedented turnout in the 2008 election.
My endorsement of Obama will not be welcome news to my friends and family at the Clinton campaign. They are the best practitioners of the old politics, so they will no doubt call me a traitor, an opportunist and a hypocrite.
There are a number of reasons I could cite. But simply put, he has made a call to the better angels of our nature.
Not so long ago, the phone rang in my office. It was Barack Obama. For more than a decade, Obama was my colleague at the University of Chicago Law School. He is also a friend.
When I voted in the California primary less than four weeks ago, I pulled the lever for Senator Clinton. I now believe I was wrong.
As Democrats continue to fight over who should be their nominee, the nation's largest teachers' union, the National Education Association, wants to re...
I fully expect that whichever of the two, Obama or Clinton, become president, I will be fighting with them for more on reproductive rights than either is ready to give.
Since scoring some high profile endorsements, Obama has risen in the polls, money has been pouring into his campaign, and he is receiving a larger number of delegates than expected.
I just had a chance to personally speak to Governor Gregoire and she is very excited about this election. "This is the most exciting election since I...
A vote for Clinton is a vote for the incremental politics we've known for decades, but a vote for Obama is a profound statement of desire for reconciliation not just with the world but amongst ourselves.
Oprah Winfrey giving the American public one of her famous endorsements James Frey Strongly endorsed by Oprah Winfrey...
Consider these two questions when deciding how to vote on Tuesday and beyond: Why did Clinton give Bush the authority to invade Iraq; and why can she not bring herself to admit she was wrong?