During a rally for Hillary Clinton in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, President Obama also took aim at NC's Sen. Burr for his violent rhetoric against Hillary and his pledge to impeach Clinton if she's elected.
Now he's blaming the person who tried to prevent the problem? Sounds like a Republican.
Whoops! Orrin Hatch posted an op-ed discussing his meeting with Garland. Too bad it hasn't happened yet.
This has absolutely nothing to do with protecting the unborn. This is all about pandering to the far, far right by controlling women.
Neil Cavuto almost committed an act of journalism!
Robert Reich answers critics who were shocked at his acceptance of Ryan's anti-poverty proposal as a 'starting point.'
Jim DeMint's Heritage Foundation is very busy instructing GOP leaders on how to lose in 2014.
Mitt Romney has stated publicly that he likes being able to fire people. But Big Bird? Yes, Big Bird was put on notice, as was the debate moderator, Jim Lehrer of PBS and the entire PBS network.
It's rare that a criminal publicly announces his intent to commit a felony. But when it came to their scorched-earth campaign of obstructionism to destroy the Obama presidency, GOP leaders weren't shy about their plans. While 15 top Republicans
"Congressional historians said Mr. Boehner's move was unprecedented." A month before Senate Republicans blocked Barack Obama’s popular jobs bill, that’s how the New York Times described Speaker John Boehner's refusal to grant the President's
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