For a governing body that was created for and by the people, our senators showed Americans where they stood by disregarding their wishes for tougher gun laws.
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In June 2011, the media preoccupied itself with its latest political scandal—Anthony Weiner, former representative of New York’s 9th Congressional District in the House of Representatives, had (as every news source made sure to joke) exposed too much wiener.
It’s hard to think of the Boston bombings as domestic, but that’s exactly what they are.
The reason for most stops is “reasonable suspicion” which tends to mean whatever the frisking officer wants it to mean.
Can’t place Cyprus on a map? Go and read the headlines; right now it’s one of the most important countries you’ve never heard of.
Nowhere has the word “life” been used with more passion than in the United States.
Bigotry doesn’t start with a lynching or a hooded-white costume. It starts with a foolish assumption and an insensitive comment.
Last time I checked, the Republican Party was not a fun place to be a queer person.
A bi-partisan group of Senate leaders is now devising a plan to enforce a universal background check on those purchasing guns throughout the country.
“Obama…is using [the sequester] to scare the American people and manipulate Congress Republicans into doing anything he says to avoid the cuts.”