Sen. Johnson always reaches for partisan conspiracy theories when confronted with uncomfortable facts, as do several other Republican senators.
The 2020 election worked as expected, so Mollie Hemingway blames the media for a "conspiracy" in reporting that fact.
Like the "Chicken Pox Parties" of the 1960s. Which KILLED some children.
Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist (yeah) says transparency means "there is not a single interior thought he has not expressed publicly."
Angst over Kevin "Hang 'Em High" Williamson's firing at The Atlantic is at fever pitch.
The faith based conservative movement is completely bankrupt after supporting Roy Moore.
Tom MacArthur, a Republican congressman from New Jersey, was heckled at a town hall event on Wednesday night, and the right is trying to turn the heckling into a multi-day story.
Box Turtle Ben Domenech is appalled that MSNBC would resort to historical facts to prove a point.
At the Federalist, Mollie Hemingway decries the media coverage of Sandra Fluke and Alicia Machado -- which, she says, is totally the fault of evil Democrats conniving with the LIE-beral media, because there'd be no possible reason to cover the two women otherwise.