Move over Sarah Palin! Ben Carson "clarifies" his views on too big to fail during this Tuesday's Fox Business GOP debate.
MSNBC, Hardball, Nov. 10, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/11/ben-carson-spews-word-salad-too-big-fail
Mike Huckabee played the false equivalency game when it came to the objections we heard from the left and the right on the rotten "cromnibus" spending bill that passed over the weekend.
The Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin admits we were heading into a second Great Depression when President Obama took office, but says give Bush and Paulson credit for saving us, not the stimulus package.
Amity Schlaes sells Calvin Coolidge as the hero of the Great Depression, not the goat -- and Face The Nation host Bob Shieffer lets her.
While the Toronto Casseroles parade is fading, Vancouver's is only getting started. Last week, Vancouver Casseroles in solidarity with the Quebec Students and against the austerity of Cherest and Harper took the Cambie Bridge from both
For all the fearmongering we hear out of our politicians on the right about how heaven forbid we're going to turn into Greece, the one country you never hear them talk about any more is Iceland. The reason they don't is, as Cenk Uygur explained on his show this Tuesday, they took a different path than the United States after their financial crisis and nationalized the banks, threw some the people responsible for the crash in jail and bailed out the homeowners instead of worrying about only bailing out the banks. And now they're coming back and their economy is growing again.
Shortly after Jamie Dimon's appearance on Fox last month, PBS's Bill Moyers had former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and head of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board, Paul Volcker, whose namesake is
Mitt Romney Repeats His Hypocrisy On Calling TARP 'A Slush Fund' During South Carolina Primary Debate
Apparently the moderators at the Fox South Carolina Republican presidential debate didn't think it was worth calling Mitt Romney out, or didn't do their homework, heaven forbid when they let him repeat his hypocrisy on whether the TARP bailouts were a "slush fund." Color me not shocked that the crack team of "reporters" over at Fox didn't catch this one.
In the New York Times magazine this last Sunday with the unintentionally hilarious title "What the Left Doesn’t Understand About Obama," editor of The New Republic, Jonathan Chait has a whopper in the very first paragraph (emphasis is
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