As the movement to repeal Governor John Kasich’s anti-union legislation gains ground, Republican out-of-state groups are flocking to Ohio to implement campaigns in support of the law—and Liz Cheney herself is leading the charge.
As signs demanding the rightful economic equality for the 99% are seen in New York, Los Angeles, Sydney, Toronto, Hong Kong and Madrid, we know that this movement is occupying not only Wall Street but the world.
Two days ago, postal workers staged nearly 500 rallies throughout the nation to protest newly-proposed Republican legislation—which, if passed, would gut services and cut up to 120,000 jobs.
With his combative deficit reduction speech, President Obama’s "picking the right fights, drawing the right lines and setting up the debate for 2012."
The Republicans’ partisan obstructionism must be rejected and combated from below if we are going to revive the economy.
With his new revisionist memoir, Dick Cheney is more concerned about maintaining status within the Republican party than he is about selling books.
After a summer of outside money and fake candidates, Wisconsin’s historic recall elections are finally over.
Today, Wisconsinites go to the polls to see if they can recall Republican senators and take back the State Senate from the hands of Scott Walker-pandering Republicans.
John Nichols joins The Ed Show to say that ultimately, it will boil down to who was with, and who was against Scott Walker.
Once again, the Koch Brothers are pouring money into a campaign to keep Wisconsin Democrats from voting in the recall elections.