Trump seeks to punish public sector unions and demonize government.
Once again, it comes down to the math.
Is Scott Walker the new Tim Pawlenty?
Howard Dean, Tim Pawlenty, Politico senior political "reporter" Maggie Haberman, and Todd Purdum from Vanity Fair in today's This Week roundtable with Jonathan Karl in the usual mix of Village conventional wisdom and occasional glimmers of reality
From this Friday evening's The Daily Show, Jon Stewart had some fun with Clint Eastwood's appearance at the Republican National Convention, which he described as the "most joy" he's "gotten from an old man since Dick Cheney non-fatally shot one in the face."
Here's my major takeaway so far from the Republican convention: the mean and unnecessary pettiness that comes through every single speaker's theme, except for Condoleeza Rice, who actually gave a speech worth listening to, even if you don't
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) has become the latest Republican to go up against CNN host Soledad O'Brien on the issue of Medicare and lose. During an interview on Friday, O'Brien called out Chaffetz after he tried to claim that that Medicare plans
Romney surrogates going up against CNN host Soledad O'Brien clearly haven't learned their lesson. A day after former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu angrily told O'Brien to "put an Obama bumper sticker on your forehead," former Minnesota Gov. Tim
Poor Stephen Colbert. He was temporarily very excited over the prospect of Paul Ryan as our next President of the United States, only to have his hopes dashed by Mittens. After realizing he was going to have to live with Ryan only having the second
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