This time, John Bolton leads the charge.
A former George W. Bush appointee has launched a smear campaign against Bernie Sanders in Vermont -- even though he hasn't announced he's running for president. Scared?
The Kentucky Republican has released a radio ad parodying ” 'Twas the Night Before Christmas” to attack ObamaCare and his Democratic opponent.
The Republican propaganda channel has decided to yet again make another political attack ad for the Republicans.
Nice job by the DNC with their latest ad, hitting Mitt Romney for his remarks about the 47 percent that don't pay federal income taxes. Talking to wealthy donors, Mitt Romney disdainfully dismissed half of America.
Jon Stewart laid waste to Mitt Romney and his deceptive campaign ad, taking President Obama out of context for his "you didn't build that" remarks. His cohort on Comedy Central, Stephen Colbert did not disappoint with his take on the subject and his
The Rev. Al Sharpton spoke to Elizabeth Warren about her opponent for the United States Senate in Massachusetts, Scott Brown and his latest dishonest attack ad where he decided to take a page out of Mitten's book and take her and President Obama out
This has to be one of the most pathetic things I've watched in a long time and given the crazy train that the Republican Party has become in recent years, that's saying a lot. Here's more from Ed Kilgore over at Washington Monthly: A Classic of
This is the type of segment on Chris Matthews' show Hardball that makes me want to just throw something at the television set. It seems Karl Rove's PAC, Crossroads GPS has a new lie filled attack ad out and the best we got with any acknowledgment of
Elizabeth Warren Takes The Lead In Massachusetts Senate Race As Rove's Group Tries To Smear Her As Being Close To Wall Street
Lawrence O'Donnell talked to Massachusetts Democratic candidate for the Senate and progressive champion Elizabeth Warren about the latest polls from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell/Boston Herald survey released released this week, showing her with a 49 to 42 percent lead over incumbent Senator Scott Brown.
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