The media likes to divide progressives and mainstream Democrats, but don't buy the narrative -- Joe Biden is uniting the party.
Democratic Rep. Krishnamoorthi fielded the request from the CNN anchor to provide cover to the GOP to condemn the president. He was a lot nicer about it than I would have been.
Gerard Baker is afraid of alienating the willfully ignorant rubes by using direct language. We can't call a lie a lie.
Bill Maher tells voters to grow up and stop being lazy asses.
Maybe because they didn't ever break New York charity law, Scarborough
Cokie Roberts is very upset that the downtrodden Tea Party terrorists are taking the blame for their actions. She thinks it should be 'both sides'.
As Susie already noted here, Elizabeth Warren's first chance to ask questions as a member of the Senate Banking Committee and to take some of these SEC chairs to task for not prosecuting anyone on Wall Street for their behavior, apparently hurt some
On ABC's This Week, former George W. Bush chief campaign strategist and constant false equivalency purveyor of the "both sides are equally terrible" meme, when it's been obvious for some time that it's his side and those that voted for his former
Candy Crowley really, really wants her viewers to blame Democrats for all ills in this country. In an interview with LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on the development that he is ushering in the Los Angeles area to encourage business, Crowley could not help but gleefully remark that Villaraigosa--a national co-chairman of Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign and a member of President Barack Obama's Transition Economic Advisory Board--sounded an awful lot like a Republican.