From Moveon.org, Check out these brave people who’ve responded to Mitt Romney’s comment that 47% of Americans think of themselves as “victims” and will never “take responsibility for their lives.” This first video was submitted
Separate federal panels struck down two Texas voting provisions. A look at examples of discrimination they found.
An expanding network of concerned individuals known as Occupy Monsanto has emerged over the past 8 months staging numerous protests at companies connected to the global trade of genetically engineered foods, also known as GMOs. The network announced today that on September 17, 2012 protests will begin for an entire week in St. Louis, home of the Monsanto Corporation, and across the US including California where voters will decide if they will label GMOs this election and worldwide in Argentina, Canada, Germany, India, Philippines, and other countries where concern over GMO impact on the environment and human health is growing.
Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews discussed some newly released data that reveals the effects of new Republican Voter ID legislation on the numbers of newly registered voters, and compares the numbers to those of previous election periods. The results are startling.
On the first primetime night of the Republican National Convention, the GOP dispatched Ann Romney to score points with women voters, and lessen some of the damage done by the abortion and rape debate inflamed by recent comments from Senator Todd Akin..
Cenk's guest Friday on the "Aggressive Progressive" segment was Darcy Burner, who is running in Washington's first district in the Democratic primary for that seat.
CNN: In the canon of political cliches, "it all comes down to turnout" is among the most tired. But in the case of the polarizing and closely watched Wisconsin recall election, the maxim happens to ring true. Public polling, internal
Mitt Romney struggles to convince voters that he understands the problems of the 99 percent, fails... Mitt Romney says he learns about what it’s like to struggle in a difficult economy by sitting down and chatting with regular people.
This has to be one of the more pitiful attempts to spin low enthusiasm for the current crop of Republican presidential primary contenders that I've seen yet from one of the most obnoxious campaign surrogates around, former New Hampshire Gov. John
I can't think of a more appropriate way to begin the Republican caucus day in Iowa, than with Chris Matthews' closing segment of Hardball Monday night. This stinging rebuke should haunt Mitt Romney for years to come. '"Let Me Finish"