Although the National Prayer Breakfast bills itself as nonpartisan and ecumenical, its sole benefactor is anything but: Franklin Graham.
Rep. Juan Vargas (D-CA), an LGBTQ ally in the United States, was a featured participant at an anti-LGBTQ event in Ukraine last week.
The prayer breakfast is, we’ve been told, an ecumenical, nonpartisan event for leaders of every stripe, run by prayer groups in the House and Senate. None of that is true.
In what was otherwise a really long, and fairly annoying interview with global warming denier, Sen. James Inhofe, Rachel Maddow did end up making the senator look extremely uncomfortable when she asked him about his ties to The Family and Doug Coe
President Barack Obama proved on Thursday that conservatives don't have a monopoly on using religion to advocate for specific public policies. Speaking to a group of mostly-conservative politicians at the annual National Prayer Breakfast, the
This story just keeps getting worse and worse, doesn't it? Apparently not only were the members of the C Street House getting their rent subsidized,
Rachel Maddow responds to Tom Caller for this (warning, link goes to Tucker Carlson's Daily Caller) Coburn: Our goal is to be less emotional than Rach
I guess we're finally going to get to the bottom of this. CREW is headed by a former federal prosecutor and they don't like to waste time on cases t
As Rachel reports Bart Stupak was not the only member of the C-Street Family that was having a bad day. Mark Sanford plead no contest to the 37 ethics
As Rachel Maddow notes it looks like the Democrats have finally stopped trying to negotiate with Bart Stupak. Why it took them this long is beyond m
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