It's been easy for the Republicans to spend the last two years demonizing and obstructing the president. Well now the GOP has a share of the power, and they can no longer just sit back and throw rocks.
A three or four point swing or pollster miscalculation in either direction moves projected results from continued Democratic control of the House to an 80-seat Republican victory that it could take decades for Democrats to overcome.
There are a number of reasons why Republicans will win next Tuesday, likely taking back the House (if not the Senate) and doing very well at the state...
The economic meltdown that short-sighted "free market" policies brought upon us has now given the rich and powerful the opening to push their advantage more aggressively than ever.
The Inquisitions were infamous for their intolerance and hostility to science. Six centuries later, we still have wannabe inquisitors among us, and they are growing their ranks through the support of like-minded candidates.
A Walmart employee sent me a link to a website called "Walmart Community Votes," which allegedly exists to help inform employees about political candi...
If Pat Toomey is elected to the United States Senate, he will no doubt do everything in his power to ensure that the "terror gap" endures, as well as working to weaken the few federal gun laws on the books.
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About 30 very vocal members of the organization Action United marched on the National Constitution Center last evening protesting Pat Toomey's stand ...
"Freedom" means maximizing freedom, the possibility of controlling our own lives, for all. This may sometimes require restricting the freedom of the powerful to control others.
It's likely the Republican message of change has been connecting with voters despite the Democrat's best efforts to tie the GOP brand to some more radical members of the Tea Party.
Pat Toomey voted no on a very simple amendment that would have given our troops a little bit more change in their pockets. One of the most frequent comments I read were ones that said, "Why isn't this an ad?" Now, because of you, it is.
Pat Toomey, Sarah Palin, and the Tea Party like to talk a lot about values. Thanks to Pat Toomey's candor yesterday, we now know what those skewed values really are. Now, the question is, will the media report on it?
Without a sustained push by every element of the broad progressive coalition, including LGBT Americans, this fall's elections could spell a catastrophic reversal of fortune for LGBT equality on the national scene.
With the increasing chance of Republicans taking control of at least one house of Congress, I hereby invoke Aretha Franklin to deliver a simple message to the voters of America on this important election: Think!