MERIDEN, Conn. - Labor, clergy, small business and health care advocates here are challenging the corporate misinformation barrage against health care reform.
This year, a massive April Fools joke is being played on unsuspecting Fox News viewers.
FBI raids on suspected militia members over the weekend jolted a public already concerned about far-right violence that surfaced during the health care reform fight.
"Frivolous" and "embarrassing" were words one legal expert used to described a lawsuit filed by several Republican attorneys general this week to block the new health reform law.
Before the civil rights movement burst onto the national scene, Bobbi Graff and people like her were leading struggles against lynching and police brutality and for desegregation.
"The problem for us is, this month it's ACORN, next month it's the NAACP, the month after that it's the ACLU," civil liberties attorney Bill Quigley said, explaining why the Center for Constituional Rights has filed a lawsuit on behalf of ACORN.
Glenn Beck's hometown unites against hate.