Real Time guests Dan Savage and Paul Begala lay into their Republican cohort Bob Ehrlich over the fact that the ACA he's complaining about originated in Republican think tanks.
Democratic strategist Paul Begala on Sunday asserted that infighting between different factions of Republicans appeared just to be "Neanderthals fighting with Cro-Magnons" as the party lunged further and further to the right.
Democratic strategist and CNN contributor Paul Begala participated in a debate with The Daily Caller's Tucker Carlson at the Conservative Political Action Conference this week.
From this Friday evening's Real Time with Bill Maher's online Overtime segment, The Daily Caller's S.E. Cupp is asked from one of the viewers who wrote into the show if she believes Paul Ryan's budget "meets moral criteria." Color me not shocked
You know the Romney campaign is worried about whether they're going to be able to break out the Etch A Sketch successfully and erase everything Mitt Romney was saying about immigration policy during the Republican primary when they're bringing out
I tell you what, coming from a man that was part of a White House and from a party that seems to care about nothing else but playing politics, this is pretty rich. But that appears to be the line of attack the Republicans are going to use to defend
After reading this post by Digby today, I decided to crunch a few numbers to see just how badly these two were exagerating about whether anyone could ever fairly call Robert Gibbs' salary of $172,000 a year "relatively modest pay" or not. More on
This is a bit of a shock, but I guess it's predictable. People who have political and policy jobs tend to see things through the wrong end of the telescope, because they're so proud of the work they did, they can't see the big picture. What
CNN can't seem to get enough of these teabaggers. Dana Loesch was on Parker/Spitzer and then Anderson Cooper brings her on to discuss the Christine O'Donnell/Chris Coons debate. I guess they didn't want to let Bill Maher be the only one to ruin a
If these Bushies want to come on the air to attempt some turd polishing about why the Bush administration chose to invade Iraq, a country that was not a threat to us, then they should be treated the way Paul Begala treated lying propagandist Ari