141 posts tagged politicsnation
Republicans have a new plan to court women voters, and some of the ideas are laughable. The Cycle hosts Krystal Ball and Abby Huntsman join Rev. Sharpton to give their take on what’s hurting the Republican party’s efforts to convince women to vote for them.
Richard Cohen of the Southern Poverty Law Center discusses Frazier Glenn Cross, also known as Glenn Miller, the current suspect in the deadly shooting in Kansas City that’s been classified as a hate crime.
Take a look at the states proposing voter restriction bills in 2014.
Conservatives like to blast conversations about a gender pay disparity in America, but Pres. Obama is pushing back, bringing the facts that prove pay inequity is a problem, and offering solutions to fix it.
Another report finds that millions more Americans have health insurance today thanks in part to the Affordable Care Act, but the attacks from the right still continue.
New data shows the Affordable Care Act is working, as the uninsured rate dropped in the first quarter of 2014. Will that put a stop to the GOP attempts to repeal the law? It’s not looking likely so far. Fmr. Gov. Ed Rendell and Krystal Ball, host of “The Cycle,” discuss.
White House officials have announced that 6 million Americans have signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment period, with 1.8 million signing up in March alone.
Rev. Al Sharpton weighs in on a new report that reveals the continued prevalence of segregation in the American school system, even though institutionalized segregation was deemed unconstitutional decades ago.
Graphic: Who would benefit from a minimum wage hike?