In a pot and kettle moment, Karl Rove accused President Barack Obama of being arrogant in his press conference last night, and of saying things that weren't true. The Democratic National Committee responded by telling Rove that if he wants to see arrogance, he should look in the mirror.
The battle between Fox News's Bill O'Reilly and Think Progress took another turn today as the progressive blog has started a campaign targeting O'Reilly's advertisers in an attempt to get him to stop what they call his harassment machine, and his practice of "mafia style journalism."
Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) spoke to the NRCC last night, and he proclaimed that wanting Obama to fail is perfectly fine, because the Democrats wanted Bush to fail over the past eight years. He said rooting for Obama to fail isn't treason, civil disobedience, or political obstructionism.
During his second press conference, President Barack Obama was asked why it took him so long to respond to the AIG bonuses.
Ah, spring is in the air, which means that it is time for proms, graduations, and anti-abortion groups to vow to stop what they call Catholic treachery as the University of Notre Dame has scheduled President Barack Obama to be their commencement speaker on May 17.
With the news today that someone is polling voters in Iowa and New Hampshire for Sarah Palin, it seems like a good time to take a look a poll released a few days ago which found that a potential matchup between Sarah Palin and Barack Obama would lead to biggest election blowout since Richard Nixon beat George McGovern in 1972.
Some congressional Republicans have been expressing grief that former vice president Dick Cheney has been attacking President Obama in the media. It is fair to say that they would like the unpopular Cheney to return to his secure, undisclosed location.
According to the Voice of America, President Obama's holiday message to the Iranian people on Thursday night drew millions of listeners to the VOA and its website. Many of these listeners have come from Iran, where media is restricted.
During an interview with NPR today the senior vice president for programming at Fox News, Bill Shine called his network the voice of opposition to the Obama administration. So much for the fair and balanced slogan, but at least FNC is now being honest about its intentions.
During an interview over the weekend, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) called for armed overthrow of the U.S. government. What is the issue that has Bachmann calling for marches in the streets? She is worried about the danger of a cap and trade system to combat global warming which she denied as a human caused problem.
Tonight during his interview on CBS's 60 Minutes President Barack Obama continued to back away from the House passed AIG bonus bill. Obama said that the tax code shouldn't be used to punish people, but the AIG situation was egregious.
Today on CNN's State of the Union, Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH) argued against the House bill that taxed the AIG bonuses for those who made over $250,000 at 90%. Gregg walked into a trap set by the Democrats to make it look like by opposing the tax, Republicans are supporting the bonuses.
On Fox News Sunday today, Bill Kristol and Brit Hume complained about President Obama's weak New Year's statement to Iran. Hume went off on tangent about how bad it was for the U.S. to practicing diplomacy like the rest of the world, and engaging in the diplomacy of talk.
Sarah Palin is swimming in legal debt after Troopergate and she is blaming the media and Barack Obama.
Not since Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G's confrontation has a hip-hop war this serious, this menacing, this violent hit the scene...it's Colbert versus Steele!
The Dick Cheney/Obama feud is set to continue when Obama is interviewed on CBS's 60 Minutes tomorrow night.
On the same day that Sarah Palin blasted Barack Obama for his Special Olympics joke on The Tonight Sh
Sarah Palin continued today to position herself as President Obama's 2012 election opponent by rel
What is it with Republicans and not understanding the Constitution?