The tea party wave of 2010 has resulted in over 200 new restrictions on abortion.
Stephen C. Webster
<span class="floatleft"><img src="http://www.progressive.org/images/staff/stephenwebstermugshot.gif" width="70" ></span>Stephen C. Webster is The Progressive's web editor and director of our online operations. He previously spent five years as senior editor for The Raw Story, helping to grow the publication from 50,000 monthly readers to a 5 million reader powerhouse. His work has been cited in publications like The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Think Progress, Wired and Time, among others. Before making it in the national press, Webster put in four years with The Lone Star Iconoclast in Crawford, Texas, then moved on to The Dallas Business Journal, The Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Weekly and Austin Monthly. He joined The Progressive in 2013. Follow him on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/stephencwebster">@StephenCWebster.</a><br>
Colorado's marijuana shops are open for business, and the sky hasn't fallen (yet).
...In a speech about "prison reform," no less.
Hundreds of thousands of jobs at stake as the GOP kicks 1.3 million into poverty.
Website that repeatedly stepped on workers finally gets cut over healthy eating advice.
NSA whistleblower makes a surprise appearance on British television.
Walker can't stop lying about his allegedly frightening encounter in La Crosse.
Seventh Circuit sides with lower court, calls argument for GOP-backed law "feeble."
With millions still lacking care, it's time Democrats revive the public option.
The space station's newest tenant will blow your mind.
Court rightly decides New Mexico's constitution applies to all its citizens.
Former Alaska governor's latest move hits the very definition of conservative hypocrisy.
Is political retribution the real reason why lanes on the George Washington Bridge shut down?
Science confirms what critics feared: Fracking is a serious threat to public health.
Wealthy libertarian mocks workers by demanding customers pay 15% extra.