The sheer size of the Republican field, even at this early date, is downright astonishing. By some calculations, there are over two dozen valid possibilities for the Republican nomination.
On January 13th, the House Judiciary Committee listened to public testimony before their scheduled vote to either send the bill through or let it die. After four hours of testimony they didn't vote -- they adjourned.
The five announced speakers at the annual conference of the lobbying group all reject the science of climate change, arguing that scientists are part of a conspiracy to attack the use of fossil fuels.
Nantucket, Maine lies almost one thousand miles from Indianapolis, Indiana. Minute to minute, hour for hour, we are on the same time. Yet Evansville, ...
As the fight for marriage equality continues in the states, the forces of social reaction redouble their efforts to brazen their way past the fact th...
Each and every parent and child should be able to find the right school before they suffer the consequences of failure.
Now that the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act has been established, people need to know how it is going to work for them.
The Planned Parenthood Mike Pence wants to eliminate looks nothing like the Planned Parenthood that three million patients rely on each year. It's time to end this political vendetta. It's wasting valuable time.
The Republican attacks on our health care apparently have no limits. This was in evidence during last week's budget talks when they were willing to shut down the government over funding for preventive care at Planned Parenthood health centers.
Planned Parenthood, thanks for giving me affordable birth control so I could sleep with dudes who are really good at sex but who would make horrible f...
From what I can tell, Indiana state Treasurer Richard Mourdock isn't just another Sharron Angle, Christine O'Donnell, or John Raese. While he's to the right of Lugar, he would appear to be a competent figure.
Who are you pro-life people kidding? Do you even know what happens in the lives of children whose parents should never have been parents? Do you think...
Instead of big government policies to ban abortions, how about big government policies aimed at preventing abortions? How about endorsing and releasing federal spending to increase childcare services for adoption?
It is troubling to see lawmakers who champion limited government in every other circumstance become the champions of government overreach when it comes to a woman's choice over her medical options.
Blog for Choice Day gets people reading and talking about reproductive rights online on one of the most important days surrounding a woman's right to choose.