MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle didn't think much of Rob Portman's empty platitudes on Parkland.
Conservative columnist Bethany Mandel went after Fox for having Corey Lewandowdki on to weigh in on the handling of the Rob Porter scandal given his own history.
NBC, Meet the Press, Oct. 26, 2014.
Republicans are putting Rob Portman on the poverty beat, but he isn't saying anything worth considering.
The days of working for cash in this country are nearly over. The Republican party may be setting a dangerous precedent in their need to shame and humiliate the poor.
Here's how you lose an argument on economics on Faux "news." Allow the right to frame the debate and give those responsible for wrecking our economy a pass for their behavior.
What would David Gregory do if he were actually required to have facts on hand during these discussions?
This latest revelation that the IRS singled out progressive groups ought to put an end to the conservatives continuing to prop up this fake "scandal" but I'm not holding my breath that facts will matter to them any time soon.
With the Supreme Court weighing in on the issue of gay marriage this week and such sorry pronouncements like the one we heard from Justice Samuel Alito where he called the issue "newer than cell phones or the Internet," The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took his viewers though some of the "evolving" views we've seen from our politicians over the recent weeks.
From this Sunday's This Week on ABC, former HP executive and California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina apparently believes that people's civil rights should be put up for a vote... because we all know how well that's worked out in the past. And don't dare call anyone like John Boehner insincere or uncompassionate, because heaven forbid that might hurt their feelings.
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