Capper sent up the red flags months ago, but it happened anyway. As soon as right-winger Patience Roggensack took over as Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, everything went to hell in a handbasket. Days before three state Supreme Court justices skipped ceremonies to admit new lawyers to the bar, Justice N. Show More Summary
Oh no, even former President George W. Bush has been conquered by the Gay Mafia! Way back in 2013, we reported that other former President George H.W. Bush had been an official witness for the lesbian nuptials of Bonnie Clement and Helen Thorgalsen, in Kennebunkport, Maine. Show More Summary
Here’s what I posted on Facebook, Sunday, May 24th, with this link to a post on Oregonlive: So what we have are Oregonians sending Democrats to the Leg to pass good legislation & those same Democrats caving in to the Chamber of Commerce, AOI, and other industry groups. Show More Summary
Supreme Court will consider case that would redefine 'One Person, One Vote' rule.
Topping the list is pay-to-play politics, McCrory style: Road Worrier: Ethics law doesn’t pertain to fundraisers appointed by McCrory to NCDOT board. #ncga #ncpol http://t.co/JuZl5Jrweu — Under the Dome, N&O (@underthedome) May 26, 2015 Hypocrisy is McCrory's middle name:
Politico makes the disturbing discovery that women's magazines have a large audience and don't hate Hillary Clinton like self-respecting self-aggrandizing political reporters are supposed to do. Clinton, a fashionista in her own right...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's campaign store is open for business! The online store, stocked with coffee mugs and items emblazoned with Clinton's official 2016 logo, appears to feature the usual swag expected from a political campaign. But one piece of merchandise stands out. Show More Summary
You may remember that long before Pamela Geller's Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas which came under armed attack this month, she and her fringey anti-Muslim group had been placing controversial ads in big city transit systems. Now they're...Show More Summary
Is John McCain beatable in Arizona next year? Ann Kirkpatrick intends to find out.
U.S. presidential campaigns usually aren't sunk by major policy mistakes or the attacks of an opponent. They result from self-inflicted, unforced errors.
In "A Love That Multiplies," Michelle Duggar recounts a story that her husband told his older children "to explain the importance of purity."
From the May 24 edition of CNN's Reliable Sources: Previously: STUDY: How Broadcast Networks Covered Climate Change In 2014 Senators Urge Broadcast Networks To Increase Climate Coverage
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Arizona Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick says she will challenge veteran Republican John McCain for his Senate seat next year. A prisoner of war during the Vietnam War, he has long been one of his party's leaders on military and foreign policy issues and is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
As Senate Republicans have slowly — very slowly — begun to realize that “We’re trying to take away your healthcare, for your FREEDOM!” is not a very good campaign slogan, they’re trying to figure out how to save themselves and theirShow More Summary
Every night, Aaron Melocik, a software developer, follows a precise food routine. He blends together half a gallon of water, three and a half tablespoons of macadamia nut oil and a 16-ounce bag of powder called Schmoylent. Then he pours...Show More Summary
The L.A. Times is concerned about the relationship between civilians and the military community in America today: Surveys suggest that as many as 80% of those who serve [in the U.S. military] come from a family in which a parent or sibling is also in the military. Show More Summary
Earlier this spring, we had an opening and fundraiser at Sally Mack Home, with proceeds going to the ACLU of North Carolina. The books have been settled, and we are happy to report that a $550 contribution has been made to the ACLU to support its important work. Thanks to everyone who attended and purchased art for the cause!
Last fall, desperate GOP Senate candidates pushed a controversial contraception idea. Now, it's back, much to the chagrin of birth-control proponents.
The last time we checked in on Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, he was having a terrible horrible no-good very bad day: He was facing a contempt of court charge for ignoring federal court orders telling him to stop racial profiling,...Show More Summary
If Donald Trump runs for president, he's on track to get in the early debates, while 2012 Iowa caucus winner Rick Santorum is not. Now that Fox and CNN have set the rules for inclusion in the first two Republican presidential debates,...Show More Summary