Dumb thinks Dumber should be the person to impeach the President. Why? Who knows, does it matter to them?
West Virginia's junior senator thinks that maybe if President Obama was more accomodating, he'd get more accomplished in the Senate.
Courtesy of The Onion, but not far from the truth, is it? Albert Einstein once famously said that the definition of insanity was "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Well, how else can you characterize
Jon Soltz files an intriguing report: Currently, Afghanistan is obviously a big subject at the G8 conference, with France's new government already having promised to remove troops. Meanwhile, General John Allen has announced his departure as
(h/t David at VideoCafe. Video NSFW) Bill Maher has not spared President Barack Obama some truly withering criticism on his show, Real Time. But nevertheless, the Republican slate has become so extreme, so crazy and frankly, so frightening,
Mitt Romney says so many provably false statements in his stump speeches that it's hard to know where to begin to tear them down. Apparently, for Fareed Zakaria, when you use the title of his book out of context, that gets him in fact checking
Seriously, these people are nuts: Norquist is now mapping out how he can ensure further anti-tax victories by securing Republican majorities. In an interview with the National Journal, he mused that a GOP mandate would obviously enact an
Let the gnashing of teeth commence: Two days before the deadline, President Obama signed a defense spending bill into law - while admitting he has "serious reservations with certain provisions" related to how suspected terrorists are held and
There are moments where I despair for the fate of this country, because it seems to me that we operate from completely different sets of realities based on the same set of facts. Unfortunately, Jim Cramer exemplifies this kind of
President Obama's jobs speech was pretty good for the most part except when he brought up the part about reforms to Medicare and Medicaid: I'm not sure if this article in FT (which is behind firewall) is accurate, but if it is then I'm getting very
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