Because ExxonMobil doesn't consider themselves under American law? Will Tillerson do the same as Secretary of State?
On Meet the Press, Marco Rubio proves he's as dumb as we think he is.
Sen. Lindsey Graham apparently loves "leading from behind" as long as it's Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and not the President of the United States he's following.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart wonders what's wrong with our priorities and our "national shame-o-meter" when it comes to veterans benefits.
Sen. Bernie Sanders had a pretty simple answer for CNN's Wolf Blitzer when he asked him what he would say to his fellow members of Congress who claim that the United States can't afford to pay for expanded benefits for members of our military.
Senator Cory Booker has his sights on the White House, but his propensity to serve warmongers and corporations will undo him.
The White House warned lawmakers increased Iran sanctions could lead to war.
I didn't know it was David Gregory's job to act as a mouthpiece for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but that's exactly what the viewers were treated to this Sunday on Meet the Press.
Good for you, Mrs. Greenspan! Way to fact-check this Romney surrogate and his attempt to push the "apology tour" smear the Republican candidate is trying to sell. Via Raw Story: Former Sen. Jim Talent (R-MO), an adviser to Republican
Rahm is a weasel, but he's a very effective surrogate for the president, as he showed on This Week today. Notice how deftly he gets in that one-two punch on Darrell Issa over the Libya controversy: