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Jeb Bush #RightToRise Twitter Campaign Goes Flaccid

On January 7, Jeb Bush issued a challenge to all of his “followers” on Twitter: Show your support for the Jeb Bush for President campaign by posting a message with the #RightToRise hashtag. “Is something holding you back from achieving your #AmericanDream? Tell us! #RightToRise”.

The tone of the responses has not been quite what […]

Crowds Protest Outside Steve Scalise Fundraiser, Demanding The Racist Congressman Resign

This afternoon, large crowds of protesters are gathering outside a fundraiser for Congressman Steve Scalise – one of the top three Republican leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Why? Steve Scalise is a raging racist. We already knew this:

– Steve Scalise attended a conference of white supremacists and gave a speech seeking political […]

Congressman Steve King Proposes Repeal Of Sixteenth Amendment

Yesterday, Congressman Steve King, Republican from Iowa, introduced H. J. Res 16, legislation to the U.S. House of Representatives with a short and simple active clause: “The sixteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed”.

The sixteenth amendment to the Constitution reads: “The Congress shall have power to lay […]

Americans Elect’s Ghost Haunts, In A Dithering Sort Of Way

Americans Elect was a venture funded by wealthy political insiders to try to siphon earnest political activists away from other causes in order to support the politicians who favor the destruction of Social Security. The group, led by a Board of Directors consisting of Peter Ackerman, Dennis Blair, Stephen W. Bosworth, Kahlil Byrd, Eliot R. […]

Be Active At Work Day Gets A Late Start In Congress

I’d like to tell you about the new legislation that was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday, but the House clerk and printing office are a bit behind in their duties of sharing congressional legislation with the public in a timely manner. The information simply isn’t available yet, so I’ll have to share […]

Government Subsidy Of Community College Tuition, Compared To Top Corporate Welfare

Even if the number of community college students doubled in response to government payment of tuition, the federal government would save $64.6 billion dollars every year if it took corporations off the dole and paid the way for workers seeking to increase their productivity through community college instead. […]

Muslim Religious Extremist Violence And Christian Journalism

Journalists around the world are giving a great deal of attention to the killing of people working at a satirical French magazine. The attackers were Muslims angry about the magazine’s publication of blasphemous images of Mohammed, the central prophet of Islam.

This attention is justified, because the killings were a shocking reminder that religion is […]

Why Congress Must Impose Drug Tests On All Recipients Of Welfare

Yesterday, Republican U.S. Senator David Vitter introduced legislation S.64, a bill that will require states to send government bureaucrats to conduct medical tests on the blood or urine of recipients of assistance under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. Why? Senator Vitter is concerned that people who are receiving welfare payments might be using […]

Have We All Attended NeoNazi Conferences, Like Steve Scalise?

“We’ve all made mistakes.”

That’s what Speaker of the House John Boehner has to say in justification of his decision to give a high leadership position in Congress to Steve Scalise.

Yes, we have all made mistakes, but simply making a mistake isn’t the issue, because not all mistakes are equal.

Maybe you made a […]

Terrorist Attacks African-Americans, Republicans Say Racist Extremism Is No Big Deal

A terrorist attack in Colorado has narrowly missed its intended target: African-American civil rights activists with the NAACP. An unidentified middle-aged man in a pickup truck left an explosive device next to a can of gasoline outside of NAACP offices in the city of Colorado Springs yesterday. The civil rights activists survived because the explosive […]

Is the GOP As Backwards As Mike Huckabee?

This weekend, Mike Huckabee announced that he is entering the exploratory phase of a 2016 campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. This news has Americans wondering just how far back into the GOP’s collection of relics Republican voters are willing to search in their quest for a presidential nominee.

It isn’t just the Mike Huckabee […]