Bill Maher was back on the air this weekend with the 2011 premier of Real Time and he had a few things to say about what the Founding Fathers might have thought of this anti-intellectual teabagger movement in his New Rules segment.
From TPM -- Bachmann: 'Snotty' Gore Vidal Novel Turned Me Republican! (VIDEO): Gore Vidal, what have you done? At a speech to Michigan Republicans on Tuesday, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) -- the darling of the Tea Party right -- told an
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Tom Tancredo: Like The Civil War And Soviets And Al Qaeda, President Obama Is 'The Greatest Threat To The United States Today'
[media id=17468] You can always count on Tom Tancredo to say all kinds of insane things, but sometimes it's hard to tell if he just says them to ge
"Our Unelectable Founding Fathers" from the audio version of "America: The Book" by Jon Stewart and the writers of The Daily Show. Open Thre
Sharron Angle Emerges From Media Shell, Tells Interviewer There's No Church-state Separation, Sees No Exceptions On Abortion
[media id=17366] Boy, the Tea Partiers sure threw Harry Reid a gift by making Sharron Angle the GOP nominee in his Senate race this fall. Indeed, t
Fox News continues its promotion of the tea party, this time by touting former Northern Exposure actress Janine Turner's new web site, Constituting Am
Hugh Hewitt Exposes The True Feelings Of The Far Right As He Discusses The Rule Of Law: 'That's Just Cliche'
I haven't written about Hugh Hewitt's hackery for a long time, especially since he's become Mr. Irrelevant in the conservative and Tea Party movement
Glenn Beck wins Keith Olbermann's Worst Persons segment for this over the top rhetoric on his radio show summed up here by Jason Easley at Politicusus
Video: Sarah Palin's Speech To Women Of Joy Reveals Church-state Separation Denier, Adherent Of Radical 'Prayer Warriors'
[media id=12547] Steve Benen draws our attention to a speech given by Sarah Palin last Friday in Kentucky to an evangelical women's group called Wome