Taking back Congress means making inroads in districts like Texas' 21st, despite the gerrymandering. With an extraordinary candidate like Derrick it's a winnable seat, especially as more and more independent voters and even mainstream Republican continue to sour on Trump and his enablers, like Lamar Smith, in Congress.
This is not a joke.
A "Trump Tsunami" may be coming and we're ready to ride it, with mobile billboard campaigns in four districts ready for a flip.
REALLY, Warren Davidson? Our veterans are "moochers?" If you feel, like we do, that the real moochers we have to worry about are careerist conservatives in Congress, please check out a new Blue America ActBlue page we started to support progressive military veterans.
The AP put together a panel of scientists to see who was the stupidest on global warming. It won't surprise you to see who came out last.
Republicans in the House of Representatives on Wednesday held a so-called "factual" hearing about climate change and concluded that at least half of scientists suspected global warming was a hoax.
Fresh off the August recess, the United States Congress got back to business today. Rather than focusing on pressing issues like a potential war, looming budget deadlines, and the growing problem of student loan debt, some Republican lawmakers thought it was the perfect time to pick up where they left off before their recess – attacking the Environmental Protection Agency.
From Democracy Now Amy Goodman and the HuffPo's Ryan Grim give us a preview of what we are going to get to look forward from the wingnut Republicans that are going to be chairing the various committees in the House now that the GOP has regained
Jon Stewart rips old "Pony Express" John McCain for stepping into the void left by Ted Stevens and his support of the "Internet Freedom Act of 2009"
Chalk this up as forcing you to become big brother: Republican politicians on Thursday called for a sweeping new federal law that would require all
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