While speaking at a campaign rally for Barack Obama in Virginia Saturday, former President Bill Clinton gave an unorthodox assessment of the incumbent’s ability to unify the nation.
In the past year, Americans have memorialised a great inventor, celebrated the success of a Congresswoman, and seen major advances in science.
Rick Perry’s new anti-gay Iowa commercial is raising a general uproar and causing a major rift in both the campaign staff and the gay Republican community.
With the announcement that Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank is retiring after this term, America is about to lose one of the last reliably entertaining elected representatives left in Congress.
[credit provider=”Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/nasahqphoto/4251318245/sizes/l/in/photostream/”] Speaking at the annual dinner of the Human Rights Campaign, President Barack Obama took a shot at his Republican opponents, calling them unpresidential for remaining silent while the audience at a debate booed a gay member of the military.Obama told the crowd that he doesn’t believe “in […]
It was a big week for second-tier Republican presidential candidates, with some breakout performances during last night’s presidential debate in Florida.
Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum was asked what whether he would re-institute the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy banning openly-gay service-members from the military, in the most shocking moment of the Fox News/Google Debate Thursday night.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) is the first GOP candidate to sign a controversial pledge to oppose same sex marriage and uphold “family values,” circulated by the Iowa conservative group “THE FAMiLY LEADER.”
But members of the military still should hold off on coming out until the government decides to not appeal.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco this afternoon ordered the government to immediately stop enforcing the “don’t ask, don’t tell” rule barring gays from the military, the Associated Press reports.
Alan Simpson, who was a Republican Senator from Wyoming for 18 years, and who now serves as the co-chair of President Obama’s debt commission, had some extremely harsh words for his party on Hardball last night, much to the delight of Chris Matthews.
[credit provider=”MTV.com”] What a year it’s been!Yes, everyone says this every year, but seriously, it’s hard to believe everything that’s mentioned in this slideshow happened in the last 12 months.