The Huffington Post has gone down hill over the past severatl years, but it has reached a new low with what can only be described as a "whoa is me, police abused me too" post.
If you have been stuck in a cave somewhere, you may have missed all the blow up the past few days over comments Donald Trump has made about John McCain. But is what he's saying that far off from what Republicans really think?
After spending the past several years embracing his crazy birther rants and media whoring, the Republican Party has realized they've created a monster in Donald Trump. Now how to stop it?
An interesting story in our local news got me thinking this on this Independence Day, the serious disconnect people have with severity.
Since the SCOTUS dealt some major defeats to the rights agenda last week, Ted Cruz has been on the war path.
Today the sister of the alleged victim of Hastert's sexual abuse spoke to ABC news. In it, she said something that really leaves me wondering.
There is one issue that candidates seem to ignore, one that costs the tech world an estimated $29 billion per year. Bernie Sanders is the perfect candidate to take on this issue and right a horrible wrong.
The possible additional occupant of the 2016 GOP clown car, Ohio Governor John Kasich, has now weighed in on the Iraq issue.
Following an attempted attack on a "draw Muhammed" even in Texas Sunday evening, will Republicans finally realize that we do face a threat that must be dealt with?
An article in the Washington Post has exposed a problem in politics, but it's not the problem they think.
Many on the left are celebrating a decision made by the Supreme Court yesterday as a win for campaign finance reform, however I find it anything but.
An Air Force veteran made news this weekend when she was arrested after trying to take a flag from protestors, which the protestors were stepping on. Quickly hailed as a hero by the right, there is more to this "patriot" than meets the eye.
A local story has social media a buzz. Let's delve into the latest story of police violence.
On day one of the Rand Paul for President campaign things went, well, let's say not as well as they would have liked
Former leader of the South Carolina GOP and infamous Twitter troll gets nabbed for domestic violence.