Donald Trump tells Fox News' Carl Cameron that Fox News Fox "hasn't been great" when he was asked about his claims of a global conspiracy.
A far-right gun-rights group spent big bucks on a paranoid video ad claiming that an attempt to change rules for armor-piercing bullets would lead to Obama taking everyone's guns away -- and it ran even after ATF dropped the idea.
It doesn't take persecution to have reason to audit Breitbart's business finances.
Alex Jones thinks the federal government is training military personnel to round up Americans and put them in concentration camps and could launch this dastardly plan at any moment.
Host Charles Payne even goes so far as to claim villain Lord Business looks a little bit like Mitt Romney
The Tea Party Patriots is using a dystopian film to try to re-ignite a movement that is for the most part, dead.
Fox News just cannot leave this alone. First of all, they loathe American car companies, especially American car companies who were part of the auto industry rescue. Those companies would be General Motors and Chrysler. Never mind that the first
The operative word here is "believe," for as soon as the question is about conviction of faith the human mind will be immune to facts. The brain actively resists information that does not fit the story of the operating belief system, and
(Communists were thought to be everywhere, even comic books) When we think about paranoia, conspiracy theories and black helicopters today, we thin
Josh Marshall highlighted the good news: the Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week from last October -- featuring "heavily subsidized and poorly attended even