Stephen Hayes

Right Wing Pundits Attack Obama For Filling Out NCAA Brackets
The right wing's latest feigned outrage for the day. Read more...
Marco Rubio Lays Out 'New' GOP Anti-Poverty Agenda: Same As Old Anti-Poverty Agenda
Sen. Rubio's big speech on poverty is exactly what we expected... just more of the same old trickle-down economics we've been hearing from them for decades now. Read more...
Fox host Bill Hemmer and his guest Stephen Hayes can't admit that Darrell Issa's IRS scandal mongering has been nothing but a witch hunt, so they decide to take Rep. Elijah Cummings out of context instead. Read more...
Thom Hartmann takes our corporate media and the cheerleaders for war with Iraq to task and ten years after our invasion, asks 'Where are the apologies?' Read more...
So the conventional wisdom is that President Obama won the third debate, correct? I've read all the articles and watched the debate and I also concluded the same thing. Here's a rundown of all the snap polls conducted after the debate. They Read more...

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Stephen Colbert had a bit of fun this Thursday evening with Fox carping about the polls, which are moving away from Mitt Romney, supposedly being skewed to favor Democrats. Heaven forbid, as Stuart Varney complained, they're basing their samples on Read more...
Jon Stewart took a shot at Sarah Palin as well on this Monday evening's The Daily Show, but he spent the majority of this segment absolutely skewering Sean Hannity and Dan Senor, or as we like to call him, Baghdad Bob, for their sheer and utter Read more...
I guess former Vice President Dick Cheney wasn't satisfied with only running in front of the cameras on every single network in town to try to hawk his new book and let everyone know how proud he is of being a war criminal. No, he decided to spend Read more...
While discussing whether or not we can say that 2012 Republican primary now has two front runners, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, Fox News Sunday panel member Juan Williams went through the litany of reasons that Perry might do well in the GOP primary Read more...
Another Sunday, another week where Bloody Bill Kristol proves himself to be wrong about everything. After some discussion on whether President Obama is going to have trouble being reelected and The Hill's A.B. Stoddard pointing out that he might unless he ends up being fortunate enough to run against someone who voted for Paul Ryan's budget plan, Bret Baier asks Kristol if the GOP would make make "reforming" "entitlements" into an asset. Kristol of course thinks that would be a winning issue for them. Read more...