The politicians who continue to be used to spread or confirm the network's ugly narrative must realize something very important: while winning small battles, they are losing the war.
We are mothers, sisters and daughters. We are multi-taskers, leaders and advocates. We are care-takers, Governors and executives. We are 51% of the population. Yet still, in 2012, women are seeing vicious attacks on basic rights. How did this happen?
Who are these people that we've sent to Washington to represent us? Do they live in this country? Do they see the same news reports, pass the same shuttered businesses, hear the same desperate stories from their friends and family? One has to wonder.
It will take a whole different crop of leaders and real public servants, who can work unencumbered by special interest influence, to truly cure what ails our nation.
Not only are corporations people, as Romney asserts, the State of Florida is a person, according to the Department of Management Services PR guy.
Since the Republican Party now worships at the altar of "Saint Ronald of Reagan," it's always fun to point out the hard, cold fact that Reagan would simply not be acceptable to the Republican Party as it stands today.
Murdoch, Bachmanna and more provided content for a full slate of late night hosts this week.
Allen West has a real problem with women. He's voted to deny us healthcare and curb our rights, and now he's openly attacking one of us with sexist comments. I won't stand for it.
Democrats need to give the American people a reason to support their party, and in my mind they can do that by supporting the public financing of elections and passing an amendment canceling out the Citizens United decision.
The fight for the women's vote ramped up this week when Michele Bachmann officially declared her run for the presidency. The Tea Party founder is pro-family, anti-government, and has proclaimed herself the champion of women everywhere. We beg to differ.
For the DNC to become relevant again, it needs to truly embrace that spirit of "change" from 2008 and support some real Progressives for Congress in 2012.
This week's events infused an energy boost to the Democratic Party with the death of Osama bin Laden and the election of Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman...
The Republicans in the Senate have thrown down the gauntlet: 44 Republican senators have signed a letter saying they won't confirm anyone to be the director of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unless the new agency is made toothless.
As Schultz moves into one of the most important roles in her party -- chair of the DNC -- what can we expect from her? Business as usual, or is she going to show the Dems a path to victory in 2012 they haven't thought about yet?
The Democratic National Committee and the Democrats are on the road to getting their groove back with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) at the helm...
I was thrilled to learn yesterday that President Obama has chosen my good friend, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, to be the next Chair of the Democratic National Committee.