Fox's Laura Ingraham with a new line of attack over the priorities of the Democrats in the coronavirus relief bill.
The expected returns on DOE’s investment portfolio are especially noteworthy since venture capital is an inherently risky endeavor.
After taking a shot at Mitt Romney, his criticism of the government "picking winners and losers" and comparing the government's track record to Bain Capital's record in that regard, Jon Stewart reminded us of what the real problem is that Romney and
In what was one of the more useless, softball interviews I've seen in some time, CBS's Bob Schieffer allowed Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan get away with one lie after another with little to no push back during their first interview
A top surrogate for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Tuesday said the United States was turning into the Soviet Union because the government had backed green energy technologies. During an interview on CNN, host Soledad
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday called an Obama campaign event in Boston a "political stunt," but said the same wasn't true of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's surprise press conference
Steve Benen, who once upon a time was a contributor here at C&L before being hired by the Washington Monthly is no longer a regular guest on Rachel Maddow's show, probably because because he's working for her now, both as a producer and writing for
Mitt Romney's campaign aides said on Thursday that they kept the presumptive Republican presidential nominee's visit to a bankrupt company secret because they worried the White House would conspire with local officials to block the event. CNN's
Jon Stewart: Can't We Just Admit A Socialist Is Someone Who Wants To Spend Government Money On Sh*t You Don't Like?
Jon Stewart returned from vacation this Tuesday night and responded to the article he read at the Huffington Post where Fox News chief Roger Ailes went after Stewart for admitting he's a "Socialist" and wouldn't do well without Fox. What we got in
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney suggested to a group of business people in Michigan on Thursday that entrepreneurs should ask their parents for money instead of using loans from the federal government. In a speech to the Greater
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