Mitt Romney's acceptance speech at the GOP convention here Aug. 30 confirmed once again his apparent decision to lie his way into the presidency of the United States.
While watching Romney's speech at the RNC, I couldn't help but think of the courageous members of UNITE HERE Local 1. For nine years they have been on the longest hotel strike in U.S. history.
The platform, up for adoption at the party's convention in Charlotte, N.C., so strongly backs workers' rights that it virtually endorses the Employee Free Choice Act,.
Chris Christie, in his keynote address at the RNC, offered no solutions to the economic crisis and instead bashed both workers and their unions.
The GOP will squeeze Ann Romney and Chris Christie onto its agenda in a convention already cut short by what some say is the rain-swept wrath of God.
Even before the opening of the Republican Convention, workers have been targeting places delegates gather to voice opposition to Romney's prescriptions for the economy.
The non-partisan Pennsylvania Voter ID Coalition field office is up and running at 310 W. Chelten Ave.
A well financed - and shadowy - Republican Super PAC has arrived on the scene.
Sandra Fluke, who has become a national figure in the fight for women's reproductive rights, is campaigning hard now for the re-election of President Obama.
U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin stirred up a storm when he said, "If it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down."