Political watchdogs like PolitiFact and the Washington Post's "Fact-Checker" are accused of favoring Democrats—but it is the facts themselves that have a liberal bias.
From the ethnic studies ban to firings over Travyon Martin, a strange hostility toward progressive education is emerging.
A spinoff of the King Street Patriots Texas Tea Party, True the Vote aims to have 1 million poll watchers in place by November.
Judging by his advisers, Romney would embrace Bush’s unilateral interventionism and massive military budgets.
Thomas Frank’s Pity the Billionaire is confused about the connection between the Tea Party and conservative cultural populism.
As campaigns against the right-wing group continue, we must fight its sabotaging of voting rights across the country.
The bishops want to put a stop to the nuns’ focus on social justice. Thanks to their second-class status within the church, the nuns have little recourse.
A campaign that brought together African-Americans and undocumented workers stopped an anti-immigrant bill in its tracks.
The battle between the Cato Institute and the Koch brothers for control over the conservative think tank has further entrenched the risible notion that the group regularly defies the Republican party line.
How did American politics degenerate into the two opposing worldviews that govern the country today?