Greta Van Susteren Conflates Hit Job On Hillary Rape Case With Walker Breaking Campaign Finance Laws
This Week, June 22, 2014.
Fox host Greta Van Susteren continued doing damage control for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on ABC's This Week.
This was a nice change of pace, watching a Republican get shot down for their fearmongering on the air: ABC Journalist Calls Out Karl Rove: ‘Stop Scaring People’ About Background Checks
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) struggled on Sunday to explain presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's investments outside the United States, including Swiss bank accounts and a corporation in Bermuda. During an interview with
Earlier in the week, Josh Marshall dubbed Mitt Romney's extensive offshore accounts 'Kryptonite.' Based on Bobby Jindal's performance on "This Week," he's absolutely right. Hilarity ensued when Terry Moran asked Jindal to comment on them. MORAN:
Ann Coulter on Sunday was anxious to defend Florida's so-called "Stand Your Ground" law, arguing that it should not be a part of the debate in the killing of an unarmed African-American teen. The conservative firebrand told an ABC News panel that
I'm not sure how much "prestige" George Will thinks the Supreme Court has when there are recent polls showing more than half the country believes "the justices are swayed by their own political beliefs" and less than a third believe they they
Matthew Dowd, President George W. Bush's former chief strategist, on Sunday observed that the same conservative legislatures and governors who are championing so-called Christian values like prayer in schools are also pushing for dangerous gun laws
While discussing the upcoming arguments before the Supreme Court starting Monday on whether the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, ABC's Terry Moran and guest Matthew Dowd both pointed out the obvious, much to the shagrin of This Week regular
Matt Dowd Calls Anti-War Protesters Extremists And Pretends 'Tea Party' Hasn't Already Been Co-Opted By GOP
I presume someone actually pays Matt Dowd to come on television and repeat this drivel. Dowd first of all pretends that there wasn't anyone out there protesting the invasion of Iraq early on, which is not true. There were millions of people
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