After CNN received a credible bomb threat, Laura Ingraham wants to "take the temperature down" on the rhetoric. Kinda late for that, isn't it, Laura?
Shepard Smith points out that the MAGAbomber's acting out from Trump's rhetoric is the "elephant in the room."
"This atmosphere of hatred is contributing to the choices people are making to turn to violence."
Several people on Twitter today were "offended by the tone" of Democrats on the Senate Health Care Bill. Really?
What else do they HAVE but outraged hate speech?
No rational person could compare this rhetoric to reality and take it seriously.
In this episode of Talk to Al Jazeera, Noam Chomsky sits down with Rosiland Jordan to talk about the two main tracks of his life: research and political activism. Chomsky emphasizes "The more privilege you have, the more opportunity you have.
During a discussion about Michele Bachmann's "Tea Party" response to the official GOP response to the State of the Union address by Paul Ryan, Bachmann was asked by Bill O'Reilly about how she felt after hearing that her fellow Representative
Stay classy there Mitch. Looks like Republicans are still going to play a dangerous game of chicken over raising the debt ceiling and even their leadership can't stop themselves from invoking gun metaphors. WALLACE: Republicans talk about -- and
Bill Maher took after the Democrats and President Obama for wanting to find "common ground" in the wake of the shootings in Tuscon Arizona in his New Rules segment tonight. I agree with him completely that far too often, "common ground" means giving
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