Sen. Ted Cruz and Fox guest host on Cashin' In this Saturday, Eric Bolling, both think that lowering taxes on the rich, while raising taxes on the poor and the middle class is just a wonderful idea.
I guess ABC thinks that Fox employees Karl Rove and Paul Gigot aren't getting quite enough air time on their Republican propaganda network, because they decided to allow the two of them to continue to dumb down the public dialog on this Sunday's This Week With George Stephanopoulos.
Someone needs to ask Sen. Chuck Schumer to watch a few of Lawrence O'Donnell's recent segments on this so-called IRS "scandal" regarding the tax exempt status of these "social welfare" groups that are really just political organizations that want to hide their donor list.
Lawrence O'Donnell is joined by some former IRS officials to explain why the IRS did nothing wrong, and why it matters to all of us.
Isn't this special? Chris Wallace decided to take up for his poor, downtrodden fellow Fox "News" contributor Karl Rove on this week's Fox News Sunday.
Morning Joe panelist John Heilemann laid into RNC Chairman Reince Priebus for his fact-free claim that President Obama is somehow directly involved in this trumped up IRS "scandal."
From this Friday's Real Time, Bill Maher told his audience that he and his staff think they've found the "smoking gun" that proves the IRS had unfairly targeted the tea partiers who are upset about having to wait to get their 501(c)(4) status approved.
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell reminds politicians of the real IRS scandal and hopes one of them will ask about it during this Friday's hearings.
President Obama on Monday morning called the Internal Revenue Service’s admitted targeting of conservative groups “outrageous” and said he “will not tolerate it.”
Call the tactic for what it is: the tea party/GOP claims of IRS targeting is nothing more than a deflection for a rightful investigation.