This week, the Supreme Court heard two very important cases on marriage equality: Proposition 8 and DOMA. We don't know what the court will decide, but here's what we do know: There's only one party fighting to make sure every American has the right to marry the person they love.
For the 30 days between the start of the Democratic National Convention and the first Presidential debate, we're highlighting 30 ways a Romney-Ryan presidency would hurt the middle class. Here's No. 1.
As Mitt Romney and the Republican Party try to renew and reinvent his image, you can expect them to roll out the same old dishonest attacks. Here are just five of the falsehoods to look out for when Romney and his allies take the stage this week.
Going into the Republican National Convention, Mitt Romney will try to give his failed economic record and extreme policies a Hollywood makeover. Take a look at what Romney can't cover up with slick packaging, and then share this video with your friends.
Every four years, a party comes together to craft a statement of values. Their platform is a declaration for voters to see what a party stands for and how they'd like their nominee to govern. And this year, the Republican Party's declaration is loud and clear: No choice for women. No exceptions.