Politics Timeline

Democrat State Rep Calls GOP Colleague’s Son Racist, But There Is One Problem

Democrat legislator calls GOP's son racist

Indiana State Representative Vanessa Summers, a Democrat and African-American woman, caused a stir during the House floor debate over the Religious Freedom Bill after she called out a fellow GOP colleague’s son as a future racist. However, there is one problem with Summers’ assessment of Representative Jud McMillin’s son: he is only 18-months-old. An audio… Read more »

‘Intolerant Jackass Act’ Would Require Individuals To Make $5,000 Contribution To Gay Rights Groups

Intolerant Jackass Act Responds To 'Shoot The Gays' Initiative

The “Intolerant Jackass Act” is the latest attempt at a voter-approved initiative to come out of the state of California. The beacon of the western United States recently made headlines for the outrageous efforts of attorney Matt McLaughlin, who started a “shoot the gays” initiative, formally called the “Sodomite Suppression Act.” Under McLaughlin’s initiative, citizens… Read more »

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid Is Retiring, Endorsing Charles Schumer

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 16: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) answers questions following the weekly Democratic policy luncheon at the U.S. Capitol September 16, 2014 in Washington, DC. Reid answered questions about the midterm elections and the remaining legislative agenda for the Senate. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Not long after an exercise mishap left him blind in one eye, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has announced that he won’t be running for re-election in the Senate. According to Politico, Reid’s eye injury was the primary factor behind his retirement. The accident has caused the Democratic senator to re-evaluate his life and career,… Read more »

Abortion Is Reversible: Arizona Law Now Mandates Providers To Inform Indecisive Women That The Procedure Can Be Reversed If Desired

Arizona Law Now Mandates Providers To Inform Abortion Is Reversible

Arizona lawmakers have approved legislation that mandates providers of abortion services to inform their “clients” about the possibility of reversing an abortion. The Arizona Senate passed the proposal on an 33-24 vote. The proposal is all set to become a law, but is currently sitting on the desk of Republican Governor Doug Ducey. Interestingly, though… Read more »

Abortion Reversal Bill Is Headed To Law, And Not Everyone Is Happy About It

Abortion Reversal Bill

“Abortion reversal,” a controversial procedure the Inquisitr reported on in 2014, is back in the spotlight, this time because Arizona is on the verge of passing a law that would require doctors to inform abortion patients that their procedures can be “reversed,” if so desired. The pro-life community, led by many Christian doctors, don’t see… Read more »

Ben Carson On Israeli Gov’t: ‘Sounds Complex, Why Don’t They Just Adopt The System We Have?’

Ben Carson Israel

Ben Carson, the former neurosurgeon-turned-political pundit who has not yet officially announced his expected candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, appeared puzzled by the Israeli governmental system, and unsure what role the Israeli parliament, known as the Knesset, plays in governing that country, according to an incident reported in a new magazine profile of… Read more »

Ted Cruz Says Global Warming Alarmists Are Like ‘Flat-Earthers’


Ted Cruz, who earlier this week announced his plans to run for president, spoke about climate change in a recent interview with the Texas Tribune, and Cruz’s comparison of what he calls “global warming alarmists” to the “flat-Earthers” of centuries past have the web buzzing today. Cruz says that those who believe in climate change… Read more »

At White House Science Fair, Obama Says Congress Could Use More Scientists

At White House Schence Fair, Obama calls for more scientists in Congress.

The recent White House Science Fair was a celebrated event, with numerous wonderful scientific minds present, both of public figures and students. President Obama’s speech was only a small factor in the entire event, which centered around the students and their projects. However, as always, the President’s words carry a lot of weight in the… Read more »

Ted Cruz Is Signing Up For Obamacare, Despite Being Its Worst Adversary

Ted Cruz

Recently announced presidential candidate Ted Cruz has announced that he’s signing up for Obamacare after establishing himself as one of its leading opponents. According to CNN, Cruz is not going on Obamacare as some kind of political stunt or ironic joke, he legitimately needs the insurance. Ted Cruz used to enjoy a large health care… Read more »

Work On Weekends: GOP Bill Takes Away Right To Weekend Day Off In Wisconsin

Weekends work wisconsin

Should you be forced to work on weekends? Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin think so, and they have introduced legislation to strip workers in that state of their right to a single, 24-hour “rest period,” once every seven days. Amazingly, though most American workers take for granted their right to take weekends for themselves and their… Read more »

Ted Cruz Makes It Official On Twitter: He’s Running For President

Ted Cruz Is Running For President

Ted Cruz is officially running for U.S. president. Early Monday morning, the Texas senator announced he is campaigning for presidency in a Twitter post. Mr. Cruz is the first Republican presidential candidate to announce he will run for the 2016 presidential election. Sen. Ted Cruz’s Twitter post at 12:09 AM on Monday says the following…. Read more »