Standard weekly operating procedure for Friday Fox Follies is to wake up at the crack of Fox and Friends First (no pun intended) to collate the notes that will make up this week's laugh riot. As I sort and give it shape, I also sit through Fox & Friends to see what venom is being injected into the body politic today.
A PPP poll finds Hillary Clinton leading Jeb Bush 49-38 in Pennsylvania.
It is true that all Republicans are blatant hypocrites, but now that go-it-alone awesome Texas experienced a little anthropogenic climate change weather, the Lone Star State's Republicans, both tea party and mainstream Republicans alike, are demanding some of those hated "federal government handouts" they oppose for other Americans whether it is for food, housing, healthcare, or disaster relief.
But no matter who they donate to, it's beyond disingenuous for conservatives to pretend that their platform doesn't push for total deregulation of Wall Street and the dismantling of all speed bumps.
It's not just sex, but sexual abuse. Sexual abuse perpetrated on an unidentified male. This is what one of the Republicans who trolled President Bill Clinton over his own tawdry and inappropriate (but consensual) sex scandal is now accused of violating the law to cover up. And by accused, I mean indicted.
No, the "gorilla" of Wall Street is not in jail. Asked why he didn't just ride into the sunset', the former CEO of Lehman Brothers responded, "Why don't you bite me?"
According to the latest polling, Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) presidential campaign has more support than the campaign of media favorites Scott Walker, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and every other Republican candidate.
America's move to the left on social issues continues as a new Gallup poll has found that for the first time in seven years more Americans identify themselves as pro-choice than pro-life.
Bryan Fischer and company think they can pinpoint sodomy and witchcraft as the causes of Texas flooding, but the Bible - like science - disagrees
Former Republican U.S. House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert was indicted by a grand jury on Thursday for violating federal banking laws and for lying to the FBI. Hastert, the longest serving GOP House Speaker in U.S. history, was charged with one count of structuring currency transactions to evade Currency Transaction Reports and a single count of making a false statement to the FBI.
Nebraska's legislature voted to repeal the death penalty on a 30-19 vote on Wednesday, overriding Governor Ricketts' veto.
Although a weapon like same-sex marriage able to jeopardize the existence of the world's largest religion sounds terrifying, the Vatican went a step farther and claimed the recent democratic vote in Ireland legalizing same-sex marriage is not only a clear and present danger to Christianity, it was a "defeat for humanity."
A deranged white terrorist threatened two unarmed Muslims and the media has again chosen to ignore the impact of a conservative media culture that spreads hatred and fear.
Hulu has dropped 19 Kids and Counting and announced that the show will no longer be aired on their site while TLC appears to be leaning towards cancelation.
PolitiFact busted conservatives like Glenn Beck for their "mostly false" claim that Hillary Clinton makes more money in speaking fees than the average CEO does in a year. This, they determined, "ignores critical facts."
After Fiorina testily fielded eleven minutes of questions, a campaign aide abruptly ended the press conference on her behalf.
Clinton insiders are frightened of the challenge that Bernie Sanders could present, and the damage that he could do to her candidacy with Democratic activists.
Peter Wehner says the liberal claim that Republicans are the ones who have become more extreme over the years is a "self-flatting but false narrative."
It is likely that Senator Sanders was sending a message to the Koch brothers that regardless they currently control government spending, he intends on appealing to the people for support to invest in America. Something Republicans oppose regardless Americans' lives have been lost and are increasingly in danger due to America's substandard transportation infrastructure.