Alex Castellanos dismissed The New York Times' Michelle Goldberg for suggesting that the entire Republican party has been compromised by the Russians, using the NRA as a conduit to funnel money to them.
Alex Castellanos Dismisses Possibility Entire GOP Compromised By Russia As 'Tinfoil Hat Conspiracy Theories'
GOP flack Alex Castellanos does his best to downplay the possibility that the entire Republican party has been compromised by the Russians on ABC's This Week.
In The New York Times, Michelle Goldberg urges former Trump appointees to go public with the truth about the White House.
Why should we pretend Gary Cohn is "standing up for principle" when he sat down after Charlottesville?
The New York Times Michelle Goldberg points out that in addition to a war against sexual harassment, the #MeToo movement is directed straight at the pussy-grabber in chief.
Charlie Pierce and Michelle Goldberg look at how Trump and Alabama's Roy Moore attain power through distinct minority rule.
The Nation's Michelle Goldberg debunks Carly's claim that she was an ordinary secretary who worked her way up in a man's world.
It seems worth pointing out that no woman has the option of this kind of candor.
Democracy Now hosted a very informative debate this week that you won't see anywhere in our corporate media.
I'm sure by now that everyone who follows politics has had about a belly full of the fake outrage over Hilary Rosen's statement that Ann Romney has “never worked a day in her life," when it should be obvious to anyone that heard her, that she was talking about the fact that because Ann Romney has not worked a job outside of the home, her qualifications to advise the campaign on economic issues that concern women, when worrying about how you're going to pay your bills, has obviously never been an issue for her.
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