On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, May 12, 2014.
Fox "news" took some time out from their faux Benghazi outrage to go after the IRS for spending money on office furniture.
It's the zombie lie that just won't die.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham -- who once <A href="http://mediamatters.org/research/2011/05/05/right-wing-media-figures-reject-obamas-call-for/179380">accused opponents</a> of the Iraq invasion of trying to "subvert America" -- is now blasting the <Em>The Wall Street Journal</em> for beating the "war drums" because the editorial board expressed support for President Barack Obama's use of drones.
After the Senate rejected another proposal by Republicans to make it harder for employees to form a union in their workplace, Sen. John Thune made a visit to Fox's Neil Cavuto this Tuesday to complain about those "big union bosses" getting their
Jon Stewart hit the hypocritical Republicans this Tuesday night for their apparent problems with basic math and their opposition to passing the Buffett rule after attacking the money spent on Planned Parenthood: STEWART: So, let's see if I can
For Republicans on the warpath against Warren Buffett, President Obama's willing poster child for raising taxes on wealthy Americans, this week has been a very bad one. First, new polling confirmed that Americans overwhelmingly support President
Keith Olbermann talked to the Huffington Post's Amanda Terkel about the tables being turned on these Republican members of Congress who just two years ago were urging their constituents to get out there and make their voices heard at local town hall meetings. Back then, it was these AstroTurf "tea partiers" out there screaming about the health care bill. Now as they discussed, the tables have been turned and Republicans are starting to get the message that their constituents aren't too happy with talks of privatizing and making cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
Sen. Pat Leahy did a great job of knocking down his fellow member of the Unites States Senate, John Thune after he went onto the floor and pretended like this "cut, cap and balance" nonsense that we saw passed in the House was either something
The Powers That Be within the Republican Party are up in arms by the popularity of Rep. Ron Paul, who doesn't exactly exemplify mainstream Republicanism. Republican Publicity Department Fox News Channel must have heard some loud outcries from