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Better chance of being hit by lightning than finding voter fraud

Why the rash of voter suppression bills occurring in Michigan, Florida, Texas and throughout the country?

Union local president describes how Romney killed a steel plant

Under Romney's leadership, the mill slashed 1,750 jobs, padlocked a division that had existed for 100 years and eventually sank into bankruptcy.


"Right-to-work (for less)" bill threatens democracy in Indiana

Labor rights and democracy are in grave danger in the Hoosier state.

Voter suppression faces stiff opposition in Florida

A statement released by the Republican Party of Florida claims they are "closing the gap" on Democrats with new GOP  voter registrations. To analyze the facts properly one needs to look beyond the numbers.


Awake the State rally rocks Orlando

Republican lawmakers and Republican Gov. Rick Scott are expected to push for deep cuts, including in Medicaid and unemployment benefits.

Florida GOP attempts to circumvent Roe vs. Wade

Florida Rep. Charles Van Zant announced that he would move forward on his Florida for Life Act.


Hypocrisy is hallmark of GOP debates

A representative of the Newt Gingrich Super PAC blamed the loss of manufacturing jobs on Romney's style of doing business.

Wisconsin recall Walker campaign reaches signature minimum

But organizers want to send at least 720,277 names to the state as a show of strength and to provide a cushion should officials disallow some of the signatures.


Recall Walker campaign races towards Jan. 17 deadline

Just weeks into the campaign, United Wisconsin announced that 507,533 people have signed a recall petition.


Santorum’s anti-black blabber

GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum has set his sights on a new target: struggling African-Americans.

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