North Carolina is ground zero for voter suppression efforts, not only at the state level, but all the way down to local elections boards. Rachel Maddow and Colin Powell call it out for what it is.
Marco Rubio with the quote of the day on this Sunday's Meet the Press, where he pretends that Republicans are "not the party of the people who have made it."
(15 key slides from the infamous 2003 UN presentation making the case for war with Iraq, with anotations. Click the pause button on lower left if slides change too fast for you.) Ten years ago today (February 5, 2003) then Secretary of State
Colin Powell is not a perfect man, nor was he a perfect public servant. But as Republicans go, he is at least one of the more intellectually honest of the bunch, even when faced with Bill O'Reilly's bluster and nonsense. Billo has suddenly come down
Former Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) on Sunday turned the subject to abortion and "unborn children" after being asked about "racist comments" that hurt the Republican Party brand. During a panel segment on NBC's Meet the Press, host David Gregory asked
Via the Grio, this interesting observation from Colin Powell on Morning Joe. Absolutely! What kind of future does a party have when the only way they win is to lie, trick and steal their way into power? On MSNBC’s Morning Joe yesterday,
The more things change, the more they remain the same. It's now almost ten years later, and Colin Powell is still defending going in front of the United Nations and pushing the faulty intelligence to justify our invasion of Iraq. Of course don't
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, who is a Republican, is lashing out at a "dark vein of intolerance" in his own party, which he says is being created by people like former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu who
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday insisted that "small brush fires" like former Gov. John Sununu's suggestion that former Secretary of State Colin Powell endorsed President Barack Obama because he's black were just
Former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, Lawrence Wilkerson, didn't mince any words this Friday evening during an appearance on Ed Schultz's show, when asked what he thought about John Sununu going off the rails again and claiming that Powell only