On the eve of the California primary, Sanders is flip-flopping on his earlier opposition to immigration reform.
Yet another case of a Republican Congressman being too honest for their own good.
Ebola seems to have evaporated, a bold move on climate change, and now another on immigration. Not so lame.
As I’ve said before, skewed news based on skewed polls can lead to skewed election results and scr*wed candidates.
Ana Navarro committed the unforgivable Republican offense of thinking-while-latino.
Is Michele the only Bachmann wanting to spank President Obama and touch his magic wand?
And that’s why top GOP religious right leader Phyllis Schlafly says that Latinos won’t vote Republican.
So that they can be together, since the US under DOMA won’t let Jamie stay, they’re fleeing to Central America.
The GOP may never recover from the disaster that it brought on itself by embracing so much extremism.
John Oliver: “We choose to help you not because we want you, but because mathematically we feel we have to.”
Graham threatened to kill the bill if it included gay couples, but now says it must pass for GOP to survive.
Democrats bail on gay couples, leave them out of immigration bill (again), under pressure from Republicans.
You see, the Republicans are mean, and Senator Schumer doesn’t want to upset them. He’s so nice.