At Trump's rally Tuesday night in Florida, a nutball agglomeration of conspiracy theories appeared to go mainstream.
The family said it ended up being a great service, but they still feel it was wrong that the church excluded them.
Norman Schwarzkopf's Rule System: "Rule 13 says, okay, I've got it. When placed in command, I take charge. But what do I do? The answer is Rule 14: Do what's right. Because we all know, all of us know, basically, when placed in those
Because the Republican National Convention was so damned goofy, Susie Sampson naturally files a spectacularly weird Tea Party Report from Tampa, featuring dimbulb Stephen Baldwin (with perhaps the most tongue-twisted explanation of one's
From this Saturday's Up With Chris Hayes, Chris takes a look at the message we saw coming out of this year's Republican National Convention and as he concluded "It's an ugly message, but in a time of anxiety and diminished expectations, not a
From this Friday's Real Time with Bill Maher, one of Bill's "Real Time reporters," Alexandra Pelosi, sent the show this report from the 2012 Republican National Convention. Lots of Obama derangement syndrome, teabaggers and wingnuts galore.
Mitt Romney's Acceptance Speech at the RNC Join us tonight as we live blog (and fact check) Mitt Romney's acceptance of the Republican nomination for President. Here are your Romney Fact Check Resources. Keep them close. You will definitely
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's campaign on Wednesday partied with wealthy donors on a 150-foot yacht that flies the flag of the Cayman Islands, according to an ABC News report. Members of the Romney Victory Council, who have each
A new attack ad from the Obama-Biden camp mocks Mitt Romney's planned re-packaging during the Republican National Convention in Tampa, as he desperately tries to morph into someone who at least registers on the likeability scale. Good luck
Governor Chris Christie is scheduled to deliver one of the most anticipated prime-time speeches at the GOP Convention tomorrow night. But apparently, he believes it's all for naught. Gov. Chris Christie wasn’t willing to give up the New
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