Stephen Colbert took up for Mitch McConnell primary challenger, Matt Bevin and his list of excuses for being confused about attending a cockfighting rally and whether he actually supports cockfighting or not.
It seems the left and the likes of Jon Stewart are not the only ones that have resorted to comparing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his likeness to a turtle.
Fox's Brit Hume wants us to believe that Speaker Boehner could not have stood up to these TeaBirchers within his own caucus months ago.
Rachel Maddow took her viewers on a little walk down memory lane and Dick Cheney's carpetbagging into Wyoming just in time for his qualification to run for vice president with George W. Bush. Now we've got his daughter pulling a similar maneuver with her primary challenge to Sen. Mike Enzi.
Sadly this isn't something we see happen in our corporate media every day of the week when one of these pundits tries to play the false equivalency game where they pretend there are "extremists" dominating both the Democratic and Republican parties.
As John Aravosis noted here, if we weren't already sure what Lindsey Graham has been up to with exploiting the tragedy in Libya, we have our answer now -- GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham running campaign ads on Benghazi tragedy: For anyone still
On this week's Fox News Sunday, Bill Kristol suggests that the Occupy Wall Street protesters need to have an "electoral strategy" and help to defeat Democratic legislators in primary races, just like their AstroTurf "tea party" so heavily promoted
As was already reported here, the Republicans in Wisconsin got caught planning to recruit fake Democrats to run primary races against the Democrats in the upcoming recall elections. It now appears they have their third candidate -- Former GOP
President Obama might have given Donald Trump some heartburn tonight at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, but Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers just stuck a fork in him. He's done. Meyers got after the entire line of potential Republican
Stephen Colbert isn't too impressed with most of the field of potential Republican presidential candidates, but he has decided he likes tough talking Donald Trump. Colbert also thinks Trump is the only one that can cut into Obama's base, because
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