“I know what it feels like to be a minority.”
According to a new study, LGBT Americans are three times more likely to identify as Jewish than the general U.S. population.
Both Sides Are Lying About What Happened In Charlottesville
Texas lawmakers are getting ready to debate a controversial bill aimed at limiting access of transgender people to public restrooms.
“I’m not embarrassed to say that I know how to govern without being an extremist,” Straus said.
Republican senators’ vote this week on health care reform will change the lives of millions of children, for the worse.
Private GOP survey data indicates that Ossoff has the edge heading into next week’s special election for a House seat in suburban Atlanta.
While Democrats and Republicans alike have offered their support in wake of tragedy, some level blame at left-wing media.
Seventy percent of American voters see anti-Semitism in the country as a “very” or “somewhat serious” problem, up from 49 percent a month ago, according to a new poll.
Our new president is watching congressional votes by fellow Republicans very carefully and deciding whether the legislative branch actually is a check and balance on his authority.