Even in death former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher remains one of the western world’s most controversial figures.
Molly C. Braswell
Molly Braswell is a reporter at Red Alert Politics. Originally from Jackson, Miss., she graduated from Samford University in Birmingham, Ala. with a bachelor's degree in Public Administration and a minor in Journalism and Mass Communications. She moved to Manhattan after college, and stayed there for more than a year working as a journalist. Molly moved D.C. last fall when she was offered an internship at Roll Call on Capitol Hill. She writes for and is the Style Director of the quarterly indie arts magazine "WHOA (What's Happening with Original Artists)." Molly most enjoys cupcakes and Alabama football. Follow her on Twitter @MollyCBraswell
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Another day, another controversy over religion in our public schools.
They may be all buddy-buddy when it comes to fundraising, but the Obama administration still thinks Hollywood is responsible for all of the violence in the United States today.
Finally, a Political Action Committee for men who don’t dare to go bare (on their face, that is).
Talk about loving the law!
The American Civil Liberties Union must be happy the weekend is almost here – they’ve taken on Jesus and Sen. Harry Reid in the same week. The ACLU has expressed serious concern regarding the civil liberty ramifications of the Nevada Democrat’s new gun control legislation.
A reporter covering the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) protest last week claims that he was physically abused by the protesting teachers while he was in the crowd.
A middle school in Jackson, Ohio, has removed a picture of Jesus when the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom from Religion Foundation sued them due to Fifth Amendment rights. A child and two parents complained in February that the “Head of Jesus” photograph violates separation of church and state laws.
Vice President Joe Biden has his own reality TV show, but he’s still noticed the work of Julia Louis-Dreyfus on HBO’s ‘VEEP‘ — and he’s taken the time to congratulate her.
As uneducated as the British youth have become about art, some Americans have proven their scientific knowledge is even worse.
Two Florida radio hosts, Val St. John and Scott Fish, were reinstated Wednesday morning after an April Fool’s Day joke landed them in some hot water — and got them suspended.
The days of boring bathroom trips are over.
The Lehigh Valley IronPigs in Allentown, Penn., have installed a brand spanking new product in their stadium’s men’s restrooms — urinal video games.
While the Republican base is more motivated than ever to win back Congress in 2014 and the White House in 2016, there is no clear frontrunner in the race for president, according to the latest poll from Quinnipiac University.
Talk about sticking it to the man.
The Millennial generation has often been lauded as the most pro-life generation in history, but Emily’s List President Stephanie Schriock is contradicting the data, claiming Millennials are a force for the pro-choice movement.
The days of being forced to share your airline seat with the overweight person sitting next to you may soon be coming to an end.
Surprisingly, this isn’t an April Fool’s joke.
President Barack Obama has dubbed the month of April “National Financial Capability Month,” in order to teach Americans how to manage their finances responsibly.
Having trouble understanding Obamacare? Now there’s an app for that!
Obamacare411 is here to save everyone struggling to understand how the rather complex law affects them personally.
Oops! First Lady Michelle Obama’s attempt to turn the 135th Annual Easter Egg Roll into another one of her “Let’s Move” events backfired when the kids in attendance announced that they liked spaghetti and meatballs more than peas and broccoli.
Google has unleashed its annual prank on its loyal search fans and for the first time ever, Google users have the option to smell their searches.