There are real problems with U.S. policies and actual places where wrongdoings have occurred. Juan Cole suggests five investigations Congress should focus on rather than Benghazi.
How can the news report positively on America's killing and bombing of al-Qaeda’s al-Nasr, but slam the Russians for bombing al-Qaeda? American hypocrisy, don't you think?
Why not consider support for early, universal gun education (even practice) if gun defenders fully endorse 1) early, scientific education on sex, gender and procreation, even safe abortion options, and 2) early education that fleshes in what total energy usage really costs (the full "externalities" of fracking, coal, nuclear and oil, war charges included).
As Congress debates another federal budget deficit, the national debt and the debt ceiling, here are three reasons why the Republican deficit hawks are wrong and the one economically sound answer to the problem.
According to the FEC and other reports, Bernie Sanders has raised more grassroots support by refusing to "pander to billionaire donors" than any of his GOP running mates. Goes to show you political contributions don't have to come from a handful of deranged billionaires.
Carly Fiorina personifies corporate greed and economic inequality claiming that “running government like a business” would be a positive. Who actually thinks she belongs in the White House?
"The Republican assault on Planned Parenthood is filled with lies and distortions." Could this standoff lead to another government shutdown? While we can't say for sure, one thing is true: it's harming women’s health.
Unlike his GOP competitors who pander to multibillionaires, Bernie Sanders is the only major candidate who does not have a super PAC. This Democratic hopeful far from represents the interests of the billionaire class.