The teabaggers just don't want to deal -- yet.
I wonder why Republicans always think they can simply wish their records away. They don't seem to understand that with the internet, it's a matter of minutes to verify or invalidate what they say. Hell, look at how easy it is
You know what this reminds me of? Those sad episodes that Media Matters founder David Brock described in "Blinded by The Right," when Republicans would make disparaging comments about gays and how he'd sort of pretend it didn't matter—until
I never thought I'd say this, but I'm glad to see that Darrell Issa really worked hard to stop SOPA in its current form. When even Republicans can see what a bad bill this really is, why are otherwise decent Democrats like Al Franken throwing their
Eric Cantor chickened out of a long-planned lecture at Wharton when he found out Occupy Philly was planning a march in his honor: U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor, the Republican majority leader in the U.S. House, canceled his scheduled speech at the
You want to see a revolution, Rep. Cantor? Just keep it up, you little twerp: WASHINGTON -- As East Coasters brace for what some say will be a historic pummel by Hurricane Irene, at least one lawmaker is fuming over a requirement by House
Jared Bernstein: Cantor's Behavior "Profoundly Irresponsible And Reckless." Isn't That What Republicans Do?
Former White House adviser Jared Bernstein is, of course, an economist and thinks in terms of what makes sense, and good policy. But that's not exactly the game we're playing here, is it? A journalist just asked me what I thought of Eric
Eric Cantor Blames Democrats' Concerns About Violence For Shot Fired At His Office. Except There Wasn't.
[media id=12260] All of Fox News was atwitter yesterday morning with the big break news that someone had taken a shot at the office of Republican Rep