Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders are running for President. Each one says it’s vitally important that he have the ability to use the power of political office to act on behalf of the American people. Curiously enough, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie
Republicans in the U.S. Senate didn’t want the truth to come out. Not one single senate Republican voted in favor of the Whitehouse amendment. They killed the legislation, voting to maintain the coverup of payoffs to politicians from dirty fossil fuel corporations.
Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Marco Rubio, and Senator Bernie Sanders are running to take office as President of the United States in 2017. They say they want to lead the nation to a better future. Of course, each of these men is a leader right
We list the congressional candidates who are taking money from the same big insurance company that insured Auschwitz and funded Adolf Hitler’s rise to power.
Marco Rubio would have taken a stand on the spending bill, the Rubio campaign said, if he had bothered to come to the Senate to cast a vote on it. Rubio couldn’t show up to work because he was too busy going out on tour to promote himself, talking about what a great leader he is.
Margaret Flowers is cooperating with Clean Up The Mines on environmental issues, speaking out against the use of police as enforcers of discipline in public schools, and opposes the Transpacific Partnership.
The conference committee removed provisions that would have prohibited information seized under CISA authority from being used for the purpose of surveillance.
For decades now, nearly all federal campaign finance reports have been filed electronically so we can find out as soon as possible who’s been getting funded by whom. I say “nearly all” because there’s a lone holdout: the U.S. Senate. The United States Senate allows
Only 50 percent of Americans participate in religious rituals even once per month, so why is the U.S. Congress opened with a Christian religious ritual every day?
60 Senators Act to Keep Americans in the Dark About their Campaigns’ Contributors (Just Long Enough)
The filing of campaign finance reports electronically instead of on paper may not seem like a big deal. Who cares about the format, as long as information is made available, right? If you care about the influence of big money contributors on national politics, you
Two years ago, President Barack Obama shoved his audacity of hope into the garbage disposal, making a deal with Republicans to create drastic budget cuts in domestic social programs. Obama assured us that it was a carefully crafted compromise that would ensure that the government