Fox News is helping New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) rehabilitate his political career even as investigations into the George Washington Bridge scandal continue, suggesting that Christie's appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) indicates a comeback for the governor.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is the least popular senator in the United States with his constituents, according to a new poll.
Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling found that 30 percent of Arizonans approve of McCain's job performance while 54 percent disapprove -- the worst net approval in the country, according to the firm's tracking of approval ratings for senators.
McCain is almost equally unpopular with Republicans (35 percent approve; 55 percent disapprove), Democrats (29 percent-53 percent) and independents (25 percent-55 percent).
An openly gay American ambassador has taken on a leading role in diplomatic negotiations concerning the Russian military occupation of Ukraine. Daniel Baer, who serves in Vienna as the U.S. delegate to the Organization for Security & Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), is at the forefront of one of the biggest foreign relations crises the Obama administration has had to face so far.
This so-called culture war over lgbt equality is so immersed in the religious angle and the "personal story" angle that there is scarcely attention paid to how anti-gay groups make attempts at either distorting scientific research or relying on junk science in order to denigrate the lgbt community.
Conservative radio host Michael Medved said Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference that no state has ever banned gay marriage and any claim to the contrary is "a liberal lie."
"There has never been a state in this country that has ever banned gay marriage," Medved said during a panel titled "Can Libertarians and Social Conservatives Ever Get Along?" after another panelist referenced historical discrimination against LGBT couples. "That is a liberal lie."
This weekend, conservatives will be gathering for CPAC, or the Conservative Political Action Conference. It's a time where they all get together to make outrageous statements and talk about how Obama is the devil and lgbts are his handmaidens.
To say that things don't look good for discredited University of Texas professor Mark Regnerus would be an understatement. Apparently the paradox of your own university denouncing your work while at the same time you are testifying in a trial as an "expert witness" seems to be an angle which has the media humming.