They're going to be so sad when they don't get that privilege.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on Sunday told <em>Weekly Standard</em> Editor Bill Kristol that his argument over why President Barack Obama's health care reform law should be delayed was based on "policy ignorance."
I'm assuming this guarantees that the vote is going to go down in flames on military action in Syria, since Bloody Bill Kristol is assuring us that the Republicans are going to "do the right thing" support President Obama.
Rich Lowry and his buddy at the National Review, Bill Kristol were already pushing for Republicans to obstruct any immigration reform in a recent op-ed. Lowry upped the ante with a host of lies on this week's Meet the Press.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham is warning Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney not to even try to create a "human moment" by attempting to connect with voters during Wednesday's debate because it would be a "fools' errand." During
Senior Romney campaign adviser Eric Fehrnstrom on Sunday defended his boss for not thanking U.S. troops or even mentioning the war in Afghanistan while accepting the Republican presidential nomination during the GOP convention on Thursday.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Monday insisted that he would not release more than the two years of tax returns he had already promised because they could be damaging to his White House ambitions. Over the weekend,
Bill opens this week’s show by explaining how last week’s Supreme Court decision not to reconsider Citizens United exposes the hoax that Citizens United was ever about “free” speech. In reality, Bill says, it’s about carpet bombing elections “with all the tonnage your rich paymasters want to buy.”
Tom Tancredo To The Tea Partiers: Lack Of 'Civics Literacy Test' Meant Illiterates Put 'A Committed Socialist' In White House
[media id=11768] Well, we knew the National Tea Party Convention this week was going to be a real festival of outrageous wingnuttery, but Tom Tancred
[media id=11270] I watched this last Sunday on Reliable Sources and saved the clip because there was a lot going on during the week. Howard Kurtz' se
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