SC Dem Chairman Vows to Send Indian-American GOP Gov. Nikki Haley 'Back to Wherever the Hell She Came From'
South Carolina Democratic Chairman Dick Harpootlian has been getting mounting flak for suggesting this past weekend that the state's Indian-American Republican governor Nikki Haley go "back to wherever the hell she came from."
With its piecemeal rollout and general confusion among the public about its implementation, President Obama's Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare as it is popularly known, could be a liability for Democratic politicians in the 2014 elections as it was in 2010 when the act was signed into law.
On the eve of a special election to determine the next representative of South Carolina's First Congressional District, embattled ex-governor of the state Republican Mark Sanford, has been showing plucky resilience at the polls with a one point lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Colbert Busch. And he isn't the only GOP candidate showing grit in the polls.
Members of a boys 4 X 100 meter relay high school track team in Texas were left in tears last weekend after the University Interscholastic League of Texas disqualified them from competing in the state championships because the team's anchor runner made a "religious gesture" as he crossed the finish line to win their regional title.
A $2 million reward was offered on Thursday for information leading to the arrest of the first woman ever to make the Federal Bureau of Investigation's "Most Wanted Terrorist" list.Tags Crime
President Barack Obama said he is "comfortable" with a recent decision by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to allow over the counter access of morning-after pills (Plan B) to girls 15 and older.
As a controversy continues to brew over the 'racist' and 'derogatory' nature of the naming of the NFL's Washington Redskins, the team's quarterback Robert Griffin III, complained on Tuesday that America is being held hostage by political correctness.33 comments
Under fire for publicly declaring that practicing homosexuality isn't supported by Biblical scripture, ESPN sports analyst Chris Broussard told a national group of Christian men on Thursday that God was being glorified in the firestorm.
Group Won't Verify Claim That Over 20,000 Christians Want ESPN to Suspend Chris Broussard for 'Gay Bashing'
Faithful America refused on Thursday to verify a claim that it had collected signatures from more than 20,000 Christians petitioning ESPN to suspend sports analyst Chris Broussard for what they feel are "hateful" comments towards NBA player Jason Collins who recently revealed he is gay.
Now more than 100 days into his second term in the White House, President Barack Obama was forced to assure journalists that he still has enough moxie to push his agenda through Congress after attention was drawn to his failure to inspire cooperation in a "dysfunctional" Congress.
More than 1,000 active hate groups are operating across America and California has more of them than any other state, according to a controversial list produced by the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center.
A high turnout of black voters was the hallmark of President Barack Obama's big win at the polls in the 2012 general elections, according to an Associated Press analysis.
First Lady Michelle Obama told him, "We've got your back" and NBA player Jason Collins who recently announced he is gay is having a lovefest in the media. But Harry Jackson Jr., senior pastor of the Hope Christian Church in Washington, D.C., thinks it's a big public relations stunt for the pending Supreme Court ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act this summer.
ESPN analyst Chris Broussard made gay advocates gasp and call him "hateful" when he challenged openly gay NBA player Jason Collins' recent claim that he is a Christian. But renowned theologian John Piper lauded Broussard, saying his comments were "solid steel."
As former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch prepare to battle at the polls in a special election for the state's First Congressional District seat next Tuesday, local political scientists say Sanford has been self-sabotaging a race that should have been his for the taking.