The tea party had its time, but today the left is on the march.
Why did he say the GOP has 'no intention' of even talking about the Senate's bill?
The speaker's inaction goes against the wishes of a vast majority of Americans.
Puerto Rico does not need a three-ring circus to decide its fate. It needs a responsible U.S. policy to make up for centuries of colonial abuse by both Spain and America.
We need to end all race-based injustice, not remain complicit with a system rigged to perpetuate it.
It’s a landmark call for justice, but there may be a really long wait.
President Obama won re-election in large part due to overwhelming support from women, African-American and Latino voters.
Immigrant-rights groups have urged the media to drop the label, but there has been some pushback. By Ed Morales
We don’t have a welfare problem in America. We have a poverty problem in America. And Republican race-baiting does not get us any closer to solving it.
It seems like everyone recognizes there is a problem except the Puerto Rican government and police department themselves.
It took place in Ponce, the second-largest city of what is still an unincorporated territory of the United States — Puerto Rico. On that day, which was Palm Sunday, the island territory’s police gunned down 19 unarmed civilians who were marching to commemorate the abolition of slavery.
Heads up, Jon Stewart: You could do a whole episode poking fun at Republican attempts to court the Latino vote this election season.
Promoting “family values” over a coherent jobs plan will fail Gingrich and the Republicans at the ballot box. Paraphrasing Bill Clinton, “It’s the economy, estúpido.”
The governor followed a union-busting strategy similar to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, but while that governor tolerated a weeklong sit-in protest in Madison, Fortuno had his police beat students, teachers, children and the elderly on the steps of his own capitol building.
In his visit to Puerto Rico, President Obama failed to address the major problems facing the island. At bottom, it seemed to be much more of an early campaign stop than an honest effort to grapple with these problems.