While countering Republicans' and the Washington Post's joint efforts to force the whistle-blower's identity, Rep. Jackie Speier served an ace right down the line.
During her questioning time, Representative Jackie Speier laid down the burn of the day on Donald Trump.
We're unsure why MSNBC gave him air time to spew the usual and predictable talking points, but this was especially precious. Poor, put-upon Matt Gaetz, ringleader of the Jos. A Banks Riot.
Rick "man on dog" Santorum tells the political panel on CNN's State of the Union that Democrats bringing up the 25th Amendment as a potential way of dealing with Trump of "overreaching" and claims this will work to Trump's advantage.
A California representative came up with a new name that covers most of Trump's views.
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) on Thursday held up steak, vodka and caviar during her House floor speech in an effort to shame Republicans who want to slash $40 billion from the food stamp budget, while they continue to go on "lavish" trips financed by taxpayers and other groups.
My reaction to this segment by MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry reminds me a whole lot of how I felt after initially listening to Rep. Jackie Speier's remarks on the House floor, after finally being fed up with listening to her colleagues demonize
Ed Schultz spoke to the Georgetown University Law student Sandra Fluke after Rush Limbaugh doubled down on his sexist remarks from the day before where he called Fluke a slut and a prostitute. Today he went so far as to demand that "women post sex tapes online if they use insurance-covered birth control."
I'm still just flabbergasted that the Republicans are doubling down on the idea that running on an anti-contraception platform and basically calling women who want to use birth control sluts, as Santorum Super PAC funder Foster Friess more or less
Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC) denied Thursday that a bill that would allow hospitals to refuse treatment to pregnant women was misogynist, adding that "nobody has ever fought more for the rights of women than I have." In a speech on the House floor,
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