Regardless of political affiliation, the plotline of ”The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is one that every freedom loving American should be able to get behind. Fed up with President Snow’s reign of terror, former Hunger Games victors team up in the second film to win back the people of their country’s inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Has Senator John McCain been listening to Miley Cyrus’ new cd? Probably not, but when McCain said Wednesday at the Washington Ideas Forum that Secretary of State John Kerry is a “human wrecking ball,” the statement conjured up images of Kerry swinging into the State Department on Cyrus’ infamous wrecking ball.
McCain says he’ll fight Tea Party Senators “every step of the way” if they try to shutdown the government again
Senator John McCain unloaded on Tea Party Senators Wednesday, saying that he would fight them “every step of the way” if they tried to shutdown the government again.
At today’s Senate finance committee hearing Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) grilled Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on her refusal to communicate in a timely and transparent manner with Congress about the issues with the healthcare website.
Hatch’s questions were by all accounts valid, but one line came off comically.
Sen. Mark Kirk cleverly tried to ask Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Administrator Marilyn Tavenner this afternoon why she didn’t ask healthcare.gov creators WTF was up with the site before she testified at today’s Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions hearing. No one else in the hearing got his joke.
Thanks to the international charity Movember, the eleventh month of the year has gotten a little more mustachey.
[WATCH] Editor Francesca Chambers argues it’s not sexist to warn college women that heavy drinking can lead to rape
Colleges need to give students all the necessary information and tools to prevent being raped, Red Alert Politics editor Francesca Chambers argued this weekend — and that includes information that might sometimes be seen as ‘sexist.’
Molly Ringwald of “Pretty in Pink” fame is teaming up with Texas State Senator Wendy Davis of pink tennis shoes fame to get Davis elected Governor - to the non-existent state of Houston.