“Not all Republicans are racists, but all racists are Republicans.”
The whole idea behind Roger Ailes’ brainchild — a pimping station for the far right — may be politically bankrupt?
Actors and actresses taking political stances and turning into politicians is not unheard of, and, in these troubled times, there is no shortage of them voicing their political convictions.
After the shooting, Malala quickly became a global symbol for girls everywhere wanting — and fighting for — the right to be educated just like their male counterparts.
Mr. West, you did come out on the short end of stick. Now stop holding up these results so we can get on with it. The election is over. The rest of us, winners and losers alike, have moved on. Please let Florida move on, too.
While Obama’s national security team was expected to undergo changes in the coming months, many believed that those changes did not involve Patraeus leaving or switching positions.
A Pennsylvania voter captured on video his vote for Barack Obama for President, but the machine chose the column for Mitt Romney.
Roughly 40 school districts across the nation have adopted policies regarding the social media activity of their employees, and have begun to discipline for inappropriate Facebook activity.
This could be a game-changing lawsuit, because it is the first one that links unjustifiably high-risk mortgages to racial discrimination. Further, it is the first time the actual investment bank is being sued, rather than the subprime lender.
To suggest that, in these troubled times, that one would vote for Barack Obama or anyone else based solely on race is ridiculous, narrow-minded, and suggests that Mr. Sununu sees people through colored glasses.
The online group, Improv Everywhere, recently showed up at a Staples store and conducted a full (unauthorized) business meeting in the office chair section.
After all, wasn’t it Stalin who said it didn’t matter who votes which way, but who counts the votes?
What did she do to incur such wrath, you might ask? Well, of course, she wore a t-shirt supporting President Obama.
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