The MSNBC host is not about to let far-fetched conspiracy theories and right-wing talking points derail the conversation.
During today's speech, Hillary Clinton explained why she wouldn't use the expression 'radical Islam."
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson pushed back at the favorite Fox/GOP talking point of the month, which is that President Obama refuses to use the term "Islamic extremism" when referring to ISIS.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal with the GOP's latest set of talking points on the immigration showdown.
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Senator Rob Portman (R - US Chamber of Commerce) has launched an initiative to address poverty by dissing Lyndon Johnson, hijacking JFK, and lionizing Saint Ronnie Reagan.
Isn't it amazing that somehow these Sunday show hosts all managed to come to the same conclusion that President Obama can no longer be trusted and that his presidency is now in peril due to the problems with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act? It's almost like they were all reading off of the same script.
It seems we have a new Frank Luntz talking point making it's way into the GOP echo chamber this Sunday. The Affordable Care Act is a "Rube Goldberg device" which is so complicated that no one will ever be able to understand it, therefore Republicans doing their best to sabotage it is perfectly acceptable.
Cavuto Guest Antonetti Apparently Thinks President Obama Is A King As She Rants And Raves On His Economic Policies
Neil Cavuto brought on Fox Business Channel regular Amilya Antonetti -- who apparently is their token representative of a small business owners on that channel -- to rant and rave now that Standard and Poor's has downgraded the United States credit
The Washington Post Sunday Outlook section had an article from the President of American Enterprise Institute, Arthur Brooks, making the conservative case for why wealthy people shouldn't be taxed very much, and why it was so nasty for President
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