Twenty leading national Latino organizations have come together to oppose growing attacks against the rights of workers in Wisconsin and other states.
Rep. Allen West became unhinged at a recent town hall meeting in South Florida, where he told a Muslim questioner who defended Islam, "Don't try to blow sunshine up my butt!"
Presidential and popular support for public workers was not the only bad polling news the right wing has to deal with today.
Speakers urged the crowd to do everything possible to overcome the crisis in Wisconsin and at home.
A prank call to Scott Walker shows his real intentions.
Thousands of people braved the cold, even slept outside the state Capitol, to support workers' rights.
Montanans assembled at the State Capitol on President's Day to reject the ultra-right state legislature's assault on working families.
Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott is refusing billions of dollars from the Obama administration for what Scott's critics say would be an economic boom for the state: a high speed rail project connecting Tampa and Orlando.
Michigan attitudes appear to reflect the general opinion shared by most Americans.
House Republicans are seeking large cuts in domestic programs for the rest of this fiscal year - including 21 percent from the Labor Department - and they promise more to come next year.