If voting against Pete Buttigieg is homophobic, what about voting against Richard Grenell?

Pete Buttgieg and Richard Grenell

On February 2, the Senate approved Pete Buttigieg for the Cabinet position of Secretary of Transportation. The final vote was 86-13, with one senator not voting. All 13 nay votes were Republicans, which resulted in cries of homophobia from some people. Is voting against a nomination all it takes for

If no one works with a child detention center, then where will the children go?

Detention Center

On Wednesday, hundreds of Wayfair corporate office employees walked off the job for the afternoon. They were protesting the company's refusal to cancel a $200,000 order of bedroom furniture, mostly beds. The beds destination was a new undocumented immigrant child detention center. Short of a cancellation, they wanted the company

If President Trump fires Sessions as AG, he may be stuck with Rosenstein

Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few days, then you know President Trump hasn't been very happy with Attorney General Jeff Sessions. On Twitter, Trump has been blasting Sessions for everything from recusing himself on the Russia probe to not better investigating Hillary Clinton on her

Chuck Schumer is channeling his inner Donald Trump with rigged claim

Senator Chuck Schumer

Yesterday, the United States Senate confirmed Betsy Devos as Education Secretary. Democrats managed to convince enough republicans to vote against Devos, resulting in a 50-50 tie. Vice President Mike Pence then cast the tie-breaking vote in favor of Devos. To say democratic Senator Chuck Schumer was unhappy with how things turned