Marco Rubio is co-sponsoring ultra-liberal Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill’s awful misandrist bill, which would force all American colleges to strip away accused “rapists'” due process rights, preventing them from testifying and deciding guilt based on a mere “preponderance of the evidence.” If Rubio becomes president, this bill would likely become the law of the land.
Senator Claire McCaskill talks with Rachel Maddow about "the Republican attack machine," why she tinks Republicans want Bernie Sanders to win the Democratic...
It was an unusual tweet from a U.S. Senator: "Holy X@#! I am on the jury." But then it had been an unusual day for Claire McCaskill, who chronicled her experience of the jury selection process on social media on Monday.
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) is live-tweeting today as she waits to find out if she’ll get placed on a jury in Missouri, which is so hilarious, because that’s exactly what I did nigh on six months ago. Real original, Claire! Read more...
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) wants you to know that even our top elected officials get called for jury duty. McCaskill, who served as a prosecutor earlier in her career, has been live-tweeting her experience on Monday as she waits to...Show More Summary
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) was called for jury duty in her home state Monday. So she did what many tech-savvy Americans with a sense of humor would: live-tweet her experience. And the 62-year-old McCaskill sent out some rich material, if courtroom humor is your thing. Here are McCaskill's tweets from her Monday morning appearance: Yep. Show More Summary
Missouri senator Claire McCaskill says that she is drafting legislation that would require professional sports franchises that skip town prematurely to refund the public. St. Louis now has no NFL team, but incredibly, the city, county, and state still owe a combined $152 million to pay off the Edward Jones Dome. Read more...
When Senator John McCain of Arizona faced questions about meeting constitutional qualifications for the presidency because of his birth in the Panama Canal Zone, Ms. McCaskill of Missouri came to his defense. But she is not exactly extending a helping hand for Senator Ted Cruz, Republican of Texas, who faces similar questions about his birth in Canada.
Marco Rubio teamed up with left wing Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill to sponsor a bill which restricts the ability of anyone accused of sexual assault on campus to defend themselves. The bill also punishes universities for failure to convict students. Show More Summary
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) offered harsh words about her colleagues Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in an interview released Thursday, questioning whether either senator was qualified to be president. Speaking on the "The...Show More Summary
Earlier this month, we reported that Senators Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), who together lead the Senate Special Committee on Aging, have opened a bipartisan investigation into pharmaceutical drug pricing. In the crosshairs are Valeant, Turing, Retrophin, and Rodelis. Show More Summary
When the second wave of feminists, those of us that grew up in the 80's, dreamed of the first female president, we never imagined the first Madame President would be a woman who only ran for elective office after her husband humiliated her by cheating on her in the Oval Office. Show More Summary
In her memoir published this summer, Claire McCaskill recounts for readers how she confounded political observers who assumed she would lose reelection to the U.S. Senate in right-of-center-leaning Missouri. In order to do that, sheShow More Summary
I learned about the new civil and criminal actions against makers of dietary supplements from a press release from US Senator Claire McCaskill, ranking member of the US Senate Special Committee on Aging. The dietary supplement industry, she says, “continues to resemble the Wild West.” The Department of Justice, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), […]
In an age of "safe spaces", media oppression, and the resurgence of the right not to be offended, leave it to an American Senator to move the free speech repression amplifier knob to 11. As The Hill reports, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) says men should "just shut the hell up" on a number of issues... Show More Summary
"It’s not that women don’t value your thoughts, it’s just that we don’t value all of them," says the legislator. In a comedic video for the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill appears briefly to advise men that...Show More Summary
Any man who is pro-life on abortion has probably heard the refrain before: men shouldn’t have a say on what is a “women’s issue.” Never mind that abortion touches the lives of countless men and is a human rights issue anyone should be concerned with because it kills children and injures women and men. But […]
She’ll let you have your opinions of marijuana legalization if you shut up everything else.
Last night's Late Show featured a PSA starring Senator Claire McCaskill in which she urged men to "shut the hell up" on certain subjects--much to the chagrin of the video's target audience.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D.-Mo.) dropped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Monday to address an oft-overlooked issue: Men refusing to shut up. "As one of just 20 women currently serving in the Senate, it's important to me to encourage more women to run for office," she said. Show More Summary