A number of companies have decided to end co-branding agreements with the National Rifle Association following pressure from gun-control advocates who blame the Second Amendment group for the tragic school shooting that took place in Parkland, Florida, last week.
Enterprise Holdings, one of the world’s largest car rental companies, announced Thursday that it will end its discount promotion for National Rifle Association members.
A ThinkProgress editor was not happy about President Donald Trump’s threat to send the suspect in Tuesday’s terrorist attack in New York City to the Guantanamo Bay military prison.
Former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean and New York Times deputy Washington editor Jonathan Weisman called the Washington Free Beacon “fake news” on Monday in response to a pair of stories involving coverage of Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff.
A visit from a plumber left ThinkProgress senior editor Ned Resnikoff “rattled” due to fear that the plumber may have voted for Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton’s on-again, off-again southern accent cropped up again last week in South Carolina, but according to ThinkProgress, it’s wrong to poke fun at her for it.
It didn’t take long after Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign announcement in Virginia for the first truly laughable attempt at a hit piece on him to be published.*
The Center for American Progress Action Fund’s blog attacked Walmart on Wednesday for retaliating against employees as they were demonstrating for wage reform.
The post did not disclose that the Center for American Progress (CAP) received up to $1 million from the retail giant and partnered with the group to hold a large party during last year’s Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.
Through lobbying, media, and public statements, the left-wing Center for American Progress (CAP) routinely used its influence to push for legislation that benefitted its major corporate donors, a Washington Free Beacon analysis has found.
Retail giant Walmart defended its garment production operations on Wednesday in the face of reports that a Bangladeshi factory that killed hundreds when it collapsed last month was producing apparel for its stores.