Has the Republican Party’s strategy of obstruction during the Obama years really been that shrewd?
Some Republicans are arguing they can win by writing off minority voters. But this would be bad for the GOP and terrible for the country.
“And speeking of rude I think for doing such a bad thing I think you shoudn’t be married. Ya that’s what feels like to be yeld that sentince right in your face.”
“The checks have replaced all the balances in our public life. Until we get the money out of politics, we’ll never get values back into politics. There’s a long-term need here now for a social movement focusing on the influence of money in politics.” -Jim Wallis
Carl Pettit wishes politicians would stop insulting his intelligence, and put more effort into their lies.
Mark Greene asks is the YouTube release of Innocence of the Muslims actually aimed at the U. S. Presidential Election?
Elissa Schappell wants to help the GOP select a great convention playlist, since all their favorite musicians won’t have anything to do with them.
Men need fertility treatments just as much as women, writes Lee Rubin Collins, so “personhood” amendments are about their rights, too.
Everybody’s talking about the shooting of Trayvon Martin. Nobody’s talking about Alabama Senate Bill 112. That needs to change.
Andrew Cotto doesn’t think any of the challengers to President Obama have enough compassion to succeed.
We have to trust the people we’re closest to, but we’re all human. We’re going to make mistakes, and hurt is inevitable.
Neil Hill marks time with the movement of mountains.
This comment is by CHall on the post “Live Your Life for You: 7 Reasons the Single Life is the Best Life.”
SEPTA’s top cop acknowledges wrong-doing and shoulders blame, but that isn’t enough for activists.
Are you stuck in a dating loop? Is every date “Groundhog date”? Here’s how to break your unhealthy patterns for good!
So, what did you do this weekend?
How narcissists suck victims back into destructive relationships—and how to stop it.
Marriage didn’t include me until SCOTUS changed everything (48 years ago)
Yes, the Supreme Court’s decision was historic, but we — as a nation — have much farther to go on the path to social justice.
A lonely night, temptations rise, you text her. You’ve slept with your ex AGAIN. Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly…
J.R. Reynolds offers an expanded definition of fatherhood—by living it.
What happened when these “two boys” in Texas decided they were ready to start a family?