Let’s be honest, it was all pretty magical, but one part in particular caught the nation’s attention.
Kaine is more complex than he appears (which really, really isn’t difficult) — there’s stuff to like, there’s stuff to question.
“European Americans need at least one man in the United States, one man in Congress, who will defend their rights and heritage,” Duke reasons.
As the face of the DNC/Democratic “establishment” that just got busted for some pretty anti-Bernie plotting, Wasserman Schultz is set to step down at the end of this week’s convention.
Now, she’s headed to the Democratic National Convention with her ticket officially decided.
The state has a long history of policies barring minority voters in a large-scale conservative effort to limit Democratic votes.
To her credit, she did have one awesome policy proposal: banning Republicans from public bathrooms.
The statute of limitations on saying shitty things only applies to people who make clear they’ve learned their lesson, and Pence has done anything but.
Trump is a controversial figure within his own party, where many disagree with either his language or his radical proposals.
In case you needed further evidence Trump and Pence are the most awkward duo in election history.
The schedule of speakers at the GOP convention is just as terrifying as the party’s slogan and nominee.
To West, Stein is the “only progressive woman in the race.”
On women’s rights, the party started from the bottom and has somehow managed to get lower.
You could literally be fired or evicted for having premarital sex.
His endorsement of Hillary Clinton wasn’t exactly great news for a lot of his supporters, but hopefully this will make things better.
Prepare yourself for some Trump-level sexism, over here.
Trump is slated to select Indiana Governor and long-time Tea Party conservative Mike Pence as his running mate.
As the debate over what constitutes personhood rages on, here’s a friendly reminder that pregnant women are CONFIRMED persons with constitutional rights.
Sanders’ presidential campaign might be officially over, but the political revolution is here to stay.
They’d be better off mandating history classes that teach a little thing called separation of church and state.