Who are you going to believe? Your ears, or this gaslighting Trump administration?
Vice president Dick Cheney just co-authored an op-ed with his daughter in the WSJ attacking Obama for being wrong about the situation in Iraq. I kid you not.
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) on Sunday pointed out to GOP strategist Ana Navarro that Republicans "did nothing" to solve health care problems during President George W. Bush's two terms in office.
Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert had a field day this Wednesday evening with The Wall Street Journal's Dorothy Rabinowitz and her op-ed ranting against NYC's Citi-Bike program.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham -- who once <A href="http://mediamatters.org/research/2011/05/05/right-wing-media-figures-reject-obamas-call-for/179380">accused opponents</a> of the Iraq invasion of trying to "subvert America" -- is now blasting the <Em>The Wall Street Journal</em> for beating the "war drums" because the editorial board expressed support for President Barack Obama's use of drones.
After previously giving dire warnings about the sequester in a recent op-ed he penned for The Wall Street Journal, House Speaker John Boehner did an about face and told Meet the Press' David Gregory that he wasn't sure if it was going to hurt the economy or not and he told Gregory “I don't think anyone quite understands how it gets resolved." If he really wants to get the country out of this self-inflicted mess, there's a pretty simple way, which is to pass the bill introduced by Rep. John Conyers this week, entitled the Cancel the Sequester Act of 2013.
Tea party-backed Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on Wednesday excused Walmart's decision to decline an invitation to the White House to discuss gun violence because "they are trying to grow the economy." The nation's largest seller of munitions told The
Santelli Throws A Tantrum And Storms Off Air Because Pro-Obama CEO Paying Dividends Before Tax Hikes
CNBC on-air editor Rick Santelli, who is credited with helping to launch the tea party movement, flew into a rage and stomped off camera on Friday because a supporter of President Obama plans to pay shareholders a dividend before taxes are scheduled
Former Obama economic adviser Austan Goolsbee asserted on Sunday that Republicans "would classify Mitt Romney's horse as a small business" if they thought it would help them convince Americans that taxes shouldn't be raised on the wealthy.
After discussing the pick of Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney's running mate and whether or not the columns at either the Wall Street Journal or the National Review might have pushed Romney into choosing Ryan or not, host John Roberts asks Bill Kristol