Hidden behind the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)'s relatively benign name are rules that go far and beyond past what a copyright holder needs to stop file sharing of the material they own.
Good luck, Newt. Pandora's Box of corporate money has been opened by the Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United, and all your rhetoric, offended posture and finger-wagging won't change anything. Romney's own millions are backed by millions more that have been given unfettered access to flood our elections.
The reason Iowans don’t deserve a monopoly? No single state should have right - in perpetuity - to kick the presidential election cycle off every four years. It’s time Iowa (and, while we’re at it, New Hampshire) stood aside. Here’s why.
Obama and Clinton work well together, and it would reinvigorate a certain type of Democratic voter who had been skeptical ever since Obama took the primary prize in '08. But it creates as many problems for the President as it solves.
The caucuses start at 7 pm across the state in school classrooms and public libraries - almost 1800 different locations throughout the state will see neighborsshow up to do their political duty. At this year's Iowa GOP caucus, four important matters of business will be completed.
Where else could Barack Obama have gotten his start except by winning the Iowa Caucuses and where else could Pat Robertson been given a chance to even try for the toughest job in the nation? Nowhere, I say!
From one lawmaker's tenuous relationship with facts to a serious case of Twitter misuse, 2011 gave us plenty of cringe-inducing moments. Here's a look back at 10 political gaffes we won't forget anytime soon.
While the United States continues to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to police the world - and going deeper and deeper debt in the process - Main Street, USA is becoming an increasingly more deadly place for police.
I spent much of the last few days sleeping, fending off some sort of illness, but I was sickened even more by a report coming out of California. Added to the backdrop of recent polling showing that the American people are more and more disgusted with our ...
Barack Obama was supposed to lead us into a post-racial America. Instead, his presidency has become a study in incompetency with an accusation of racism toward anyone who dares say so.
Among the millions who will have less money to survive on are Latinos and other immigrants who are here legally or are naturalized citizens.
Boehner must be realizing now that what keeps his caucus happy is very different than what keeps voters back home happy.
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has been accused of flip-flopping on issues, chief among them immigration. But has his stance on immigration really shifted that much?
Finger-pointers wonder how Romney has the chutzpah to accuse Gingrich of being soft on immigration, claiming the former Speaker was opening “a new doorway ...
Ron Paul has drawn huge and passionate crowds, which the media could not report because Paul was not one of the “viable” front-runners who could get the nomination.
We were confronted by the horrors of Abu Ghraib, a stain on our national honor and international reputation. We concealed the costs of war on separate balance sheets, and every effort by those in Congress to escape this quagmire was met with accusations of not supporting the troops.
A GOP candidate will have to win roughly 1,143 delegates in 2012 to clinch the nomination, and the new RNC rules have also allowed states to allocate primary and caucus delegates proportionately rather than the winner-take-all. That's more like the model the Democrats have used, which led to the protracted Obama/Clinton campaign for delegates in 2008.
The House has passed a $1 trillion-plus catchall budget bill paying for day-to-day budgets of 10 Cabinet departments and averting a government shutdown.