Did you know that our current election law does not require federal contractors to disclose their political contributions? That means shady military companies, in secret, can essentially bribe politicians in exchange for lucrative government contracts.
As the Iran talks go to the wire, we can only marvel at the political fireworks we are seeing. To being with, there's the Wall Street Journal report that Israel was spying on the US talks and leaking details to friendly members of congress.
Overnight, the U.S. Senate voted for a budget that literally takes food away from hungry children. The budgets that have now passed both the House and Senate make deep, painful cuts to the food stamps program
After being exposed to potentially lethal amounts of sulfur mustard and sarin gas, US troops often received inadequate medical treatment, gag orders, and found themselves ineligible for Purple Heart medals.
This past week Ted Cruz tossed his hat into the presidential race. If you eventually got past TedCruz.com, which supports President Obama, and TedCruzForAmerica.com, which takes you to the Obamacare website, and even TedCruz.ca, which points out ...
Harry Reid is a shit-stirrer. In some respects, you have to be one to get as far as he has. On Friday, he announced he would retire from the Senate rather than campaign for a sixth term, bringing an end to a run that saw him rise from ...
It's not a good sign when you have to sign a bill during a closed ceremony. But that's what Indiana Gov. Mike Pence did today, when he made a controversial bill law with the stroke of his pen. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act appears to make it OK...
We are ramping up the campaign to encourage Obama to do so culminating in nationwide rallies on April 2 âEUR" the year anniversary of the McCutcheon Supreme Court ruling that further put our democracy up for sale.
The chances of America and Iran reaching a landmark nuclear deal have risen after a senior aide to the countryâEUR(TM)s Supreme Leader said that Tehran could accept a limit on its capacity to enrich uranium for 10 years.
John Kerry, the US secretary of state
A new report, "Body Count", asserts that up to 1.3 million people have been killed in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan in the first 10 years of the so-called war on terror. When will the cost of war be too much even for the people making money off of it?