Donald Trump decided to run for president again, likely as a publicity stunt for his brand. It won’t work as a publicity stunt for The Apprentice or Miss USA, though, because, well, Trump got canned by NBC for making really … More
Senate finally confirmed Loretta Lynch as Attorney General in a 56-43 vote yesterday. It’s been 160 days since President Barack Obama first nominated Lynch, and one of the closest votes ever on an attorney general’s confirmation. Longtime opponent of both … More
Last week, Hillary Clinton announced that she had an announcement, because the woman knows how to build hype. Yesterday, Clinton officially announced her candidacy for President of the United States via a video on her website. “Americans have fought their … More
Rep. Elise Stefanik, Republican Congresswoman representing New York, reported for her first day of work today in Washington, and it went pretty much as expected. Stefanik, 30, was elected in November and is the youngest ever member of Congress, as … More
A few conservative-leaning news outlets recently reported on Hillary Clinton having “diva demands” at speaking engagements, for which she also expects, rightfully so, to be paid handsomely. Here’s the thing: When you lead a life like Hillary Clinton, these demands … More
Key conservative leaders called on a hundreds-strong Values Voter Summit crowd on Friday to stand firm in the face of cultural and political attacks — to “never surrender,” as one said — but the problem is that Republicans are very frequently all talk. Few rarely walk the walk. If Republicans were actually doing what they say, our government would be in a very different place today. More
America has spoken and the message seems clear: Republicans are failing. Democrats are disastrous. And what’s needed is a third party — pronto. Unfortunately, creating a successful third party is easier said than done. More
It can be difficult to shop in accordance with your own political beliefs when a lot of companies are vague about what causes they support and to which organizations they contribute (and some, like Hobby Lobby, are contradictory: They won’t … More
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A downside to encouraging more women to run for office is that we’ll have to see more female candidates behaving like complete nutbags. More
When 42-year-old Gina Deluca was working as a waitress in California, she made $6.75 an hour plus tips — not enough to buy a mansion, but enough to get by. When she moved to New Mexico, however, her hourly wage fell to $2.13 an hour. “The difference in San Francisco was that I felt valued,” Deluca tells Bloomberg. “I always had a base wage that I could count on. … That brought a little bit of stability and security.” She’s far from alone.
There are 29 states in America where it’s totally legal to fire workers just for being gay, but one lawmaker is trying to do something to change that. More
It’s catchy, but let’s face it: Beyoncé’s song, “Who Run the World? (Girls)” is way off.
Women hold just 18.1% of congressional seats, 23.4% of statewide elected positions, 24% of state legislative positions and 12% of mayorships in the 100 largest U.S. cities. It was seen as cataclysmic last fall when 20 women headed to the Senate. More
Margaret Thatcher, the first and only female Prime Minister of England, died yesterday of a stroke at the age of 87. Clearly Thatcher was considered a force of nature in politics. With a nickname like “The Iron Lady,” how could she not be? In fact, Hillary Clinton modeled herself after Thatcher, specifically focusing on her toughness, when she ran for President in 2008. More