"One Million" (yeah) Moms gets bent out of shape because a show teaching you not to do drugs and sex stuff shows drugs and sex stuff to show they're bad. The horror!
Former president George W. Bush, perhaps inadvertently, takes the current occupant to task.
This administration continues to leak like a sieve.
This weekend voters decided to make Delaware the first state to turn a local special election into a winning referendum on Trump and his incompetent and extremist regime.
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi had a harsh statement directed at Donald Trump and his travel ban at the Oscars!
Remember when Gov. Christie was calling for a special prosecutor to investigate the Clinton Foundation?
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi lays out the stark contrast between what President Obama managed to accomplish during his first month in office compared to the fearmongering and division we've seen from Trump.
"New York Times" Executive Editor Dean Baquet refuted President Donald Trump's claim that the paper was "failing," and noted that Trump's Twitter attacks were, in fact, driving subscriptions "through the roof."
Kasich urges Republicans to work with Democrats rather than throwing 20 million people off health insurance. Too bad he's in the minority, thus far.
Sen. Tom Cotton admits after victories in three of the last four election cycles on Obamcare, they still have no solutions.
CNN contributor Rick Santorum suggested on Sunday that it was a mistake to guarantee health care coverage for people with pre-existing conditions because "millions" of them were scamming insurance companies.
Fox News host Chris Wallace pointed out to Trump surrogate Corey Lewandowski on Sunday that attacking the media does not further the president's legislative agenda.