A YouTube user made this parody of "I'm Just a Bill" from the '70s educational series "Schoolhouse Rock," with lyrics adjusted to fit the current assault on women's rights in Texas.
In her interview with George Stephanopoulis this morning, Sen. Wendy Davis spoke about his personal attacks on her and what it meant for Texans.
Peggy Noonan's voice drones on in a lugubrious fashion that is almost too caustic for the human ear.
Rich Perry slammed Democrat Wendy Davis, saying, “It's just unfortunate that she hasn't learned from her own example, that every life must be given a chance to realize its full potential and that every life matters.” Because Wendy Davis was the daughter of a single mother, and was a single mother herself, she’s a hypocrite. She shouldn’t even exist.
As hundreds of thousands watched online and many more watched in person, Republican Texas Senators attempted to nullify a Democrat's filibuster and claim victory.
In an effort to win over auto workers in Ohio and across the Midwest, Team Romney this week unveiled a jaw-droppingly fraudulent ad rewriting Mitt's opposition to the federal bailout that saved the entire industry. But largely overlooked in
For months, likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has made Barack Obama's supposed "failure of leadership" a centerpiece of his campaign. But like his ill-advised comparison of President Obama to Marie Antoinette, Romney's sound
A compelling new ad from Ohio features several military veterans who now work as fire fighters urging voters to reject Issue 2 on Tuesday. The fire fighters marvel at the fact that they have to fight in the country they have served to protect
Extreme right-wing conservative radio host Bill Cunningham recorded a video wherein he called for Ohio citizens to vote against State Issue 2, which would repeal Gov. John Kasich's anti-collective bargaining Senate Bill 5. Cunningham blasted
The latest Quinnipiac poll out of Ohio shows that Republican Gov. John Kasich's Senate Bill 5 -- an assault on the collective bargaining rights of government employees -- is likely to be repealed, with 57 percent of voters opposing the bill and
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