National Review columnist and Fox contributor John Fund plays the false equivalency game over accusations of racism in the presidential campaign and pretends that "both sides" are taking remarks the other side made out of context.
Here's the right's supposed answer to Hillary Clinton lying to the National Review's John Fund about net neutrality and who supported it.
National Review’s NRI Ideas Summit, May 2, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/05/carly-fiorina-attacks-elizabeth-warren
It was bad enough when the Democrats came after Jarrett last year, but now the right wing is taking aim.
It's getting harder and harder to distinguish the <em>National Review</em> from World Nut Daily these days. Just look at this feverish mess from John Fund about the George Zimmerman trial.
Tucker Carlson joined his pals John Fund and Sean Hannity to take another shot at Obamacare, while arguing that a health care black market would be a more efficient system.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson asserted on Tuesday that a black market system where Americans pay cash for health care services would be "far more efficient" than insurance.
Tom Perez, champion of voter rights and the federal prosecutor who investigated the Trayvon Martin case, has been nominated as Secretary of Labor, as right wing media ramps up attacks.
There have been reams of analysis over why Mitt Romney's campaign seems to be fading in the stretch, and we're no exception. I could list many, going back a year to when he said "corporations are people, too" to his off-the-cuff "I don't care about
Buzzfeed has published the most bizarre set of emails between right wing operatives freaking out during the Scott Brown/Martha Coakley race in January of 2010 that I've ever seen. The plot, hatched by a strange alliance of high-profile
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