“‘Service’ in our military to invade, occupy, and oppress countries in order to extend U.S. Empire must not be glorified as a ‘heroic’ and sacred effort.”
The ad touts Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson’s opposition to President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran and features a photoshopped image of President Obama shaking hands with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani — but the two have never met.
“…all candidates really should focus on what they’re going to do to solve problems…”
Expected to be introduced in Congress on Thursday, the bill aimed at expending LGBT protections also would build on the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to say people could not be barred from places of public accommodations on the basis on their sex.
“You don’t just get to pick and choose what laws you enforce.”
A bipartisan bill introduced in the Senate would grant the Department of Homeland Security a more focused role in monitoring and countering cyber threats.
“Diplomacy doesn’t work without military force behind it…”
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, U.S. Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates makes the case for why the biggest change to federal sentencing laws will improve — rather than unravel — the system that goes after drug criminals.
The president told Jon Stewart the U.S. had to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon using diplomacy, “or potentially we have a military option.”
Saturday’s protest at Netroots was just the beginning. And activists say the Clinton campaign hasn’t engaged them, and her Facebook answer is not enough.
“I just don’t see enthusiasm for the drug,” a death penalty expert said.
“The U.S. Empire received a big boost from the 9/11 attack.”
Trump, in his own words, in 2004: “You’d be shocked if I said that in many cases I probably identify more as a Democrat.”
Inclusv review of FEC data shows Clinton leading with 32% staff of color, Sanders 10%, and O’Malley 9%. Group calls for campaigns to release quarterly diversity reports, while O’Malley and Sanders campaigns blasts the numbers as false.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has suspended compensation payments to confidential informants after a watchdog report finds no legal basis for them.
The Democratic senator from Oregon also laid out his concerns with the deal, including the lack of anytime, anywhere inspections.
As first lady and senator, Clinton talked repeatedly about the transition from welfare to work as a “transition from dependency to dignity.”
Two Wisconsin legislators ask the Justice Department to update the family of Dontre Hamilton, who was shot 14 times by a Milwaukee police officer, on the status of its investigation.
With his announcement Tuesday, Kasich becomes the 16th Republican presidential candidate and the last major Republican expected to enter the race.
“They’re all fine people, but if they’re missing votes then they ought to change that, I mean c’mon, this is — the pay people get in public life is good.”
Among the tens of thousands of Clinton administration documents made public for the first time this spring were LITERALLY BOXES of letters sent to the four-legged inhabitants of the White House in the ’90s. Here are some of the best.
“This is a strong guy knows what he wants, and this is what we need.”
“I think it is likely the next president will be advised in January ’17, you have two and only two choices: either you acquiesce to Iran acquiring a nuclear weapon or direct military action must be used to take it out.”
“Does being captured make you a hero? I don’t know. I’m not sure,” Donald Trump told Dan Rather in 2000.
The former Democratic senator from Maine said that he believed the agreement would prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
“You know in the old days you’d execute Bergdahl.”
“I hope none of you have sympathy for him because we need to hang him on the courthouse square as soon as we get our hands on him,” said former Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
From speeches in Iowa to chaos in Phoenix, this wild weekend was the true start to the Democratic primary. And while Hillary Clinton held steady, her challengers dealt with intense protests from racial justice activists differently: O’Malley talked and talked all afternoon at Netroots, while Bernie Sanders canceled his meetings.