Let’s face it: The Republicans have declared war on working families. As Kathleen Slamka, an electrician from Oak Creek, WI, says, “This is a battle we need to win.”
If you’ve been wondering why the protests in Wisconsin and Ohio are such a big deal, this video breaks it all down.
Fully 85% of Americans, across the political spectrum, believe that corporations have too much power. Here’s a great new video explaining why—and what we can do about it—from the same all-star team that made The Story of Stuff.
Where did all of America’s cookies go? The CEO ate ’em.
Did you know that the Republicans’ budget could lead to an estimated 400,000 additional abortions each year, and 700,000 more people out of work?
Maine Governor Paul LePage isn’t worried about the side-effects of the toxic chemical BPA. It’s no big deal to him if it causes women to grow little beards.
Ever wonder what the Bush Administration’s most brilliant thinking on foreign policy looked like? Now we know, thanks to this 2003 document that former Defense Sec. Donald Rumsfeld posted on Rumsfeld.com.
Wow, this unfortunate gentleman had no idea what he was getting into by challenging Hillary Clinton on women’s health and reproductive rights. Amazingly, this clip is from 2009—but could have just as easily happened in Congress earlier today. Found by Steven on RHRealityCheck’s YouTube Channel.
You have to hear this: A blogger impersonating Tea Party billionaire David Koch called Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and got him to reveal his secret plan to lure Democrats back to the state. Phenomenal. Check it out:
Second video after the jump.
Outraged at the callous demagoguery of her fellow representative, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) made a shockingly personal revelation during a congressional debate.