- On MSNBC, Ex-GOP Staffer Details How The Purpose Of Voter ID Laws Is To "Take People's Constitutional Rights Away"
- Trump Adviser To MSNBC's Chris Hayes: "I Admire The Passion" In Stone's Threat To Disclose Delegate's Hotel Rooms
- Bill O'Reilly Says Ted Cruz Is Right About New York City Values
- How The Wash. Post Kicked Off The "Qualified" Argument Between Clinton And Sanders
- Fox's Bolling Criticizes Paid Family Leave: "Socialism Is Spreading Across America"
- Latest CMP Video Deceptively Attacks Planned Parenthood's Patient Consent Process
- A Look Back At Fox News' Interviews With Obama Ahead Of His Sunday Network Appearance
- Fox Host Claims That America Has "Helped Enough" With Syrian Refugee Crisis
- Wash. Post Reporter: "It's Pretty Remarkable" That Cable News Channels Have Shunned Trump Ally Roger Stone
- Mississippi Newspapers Criticize State Legislature For Passing Anti-LGBT Law
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Is it permissible to criticize Glenn Beck, or is it too much like picking on a mentally handicap person? I think it is too similar, but I’m going to make an exception to my general rule of not making fun … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted a great graph showing how “fiscally conservative” does not equal “fiscally responsible”. Today, CNN put together another great graph! This one shows our GDP since Q4 of 2008. Please share this next time someone tells you that … Continue reading
Lots of good stuff from the HUFFPO today: Dems and GOP play nice on the filibuster… sort of. There’s one way for Hawaii to close their deficit… GOP House calls for less public, more private $$$ in elections Sarah Palin’s … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal (owned by right-wing Newscorp) published an interesting graph today: Notice anything interesting? Allow me to edit it to make it a little bit more obvious: It’s pretty simple. Repbulicans may be “fiscally conservative”, but that’s not … Continue reading
This is a great short video on Healthcare Reform.
So often when we have stood in the wake of a national tragedy, we have pondered the question, “Why has this happened?” The answer to that question is valuable not only to foster a national sense of closure, but also … Continue reading
Test blog #1 The Federal Convention convened in the State House (Independence Hall) in Philadelphia on May 14, 1787, to revise the Articles of Confederation. Because the delegations from only two states were at first present, the members adjourned from … Continue reading