During Monday night's episode of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart skewered former GOP Vice-Presidential nominee Sarah Palin's incoherent speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit.
During Sunday morning's broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Charles Payne outlandishly claimed that the United States "saved the planet" and moved a billion people into the middle class by engaging in war across the globe.
On Thursday afternoon, President Obama sat down for live interviews with three well-known YouTube personalities. As is the case with anything this president does these days, there was immediate criticism from the right.
During Wednesday night's broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart took aim at the multiple Republican responses to this year's State of the Union address.
During an appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe Wednesday morning, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus told the panel that he knows "it's constitutional, but the President doesn't actually have to deliver the speech, he could actually email it out and we could read it."
During Monday night's broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart tore into former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee over his criticism of singer Beyonce.
Over the weekend, a protest formed at a conference in Texas held by a Muslim group titled "Stand With the Prophet Against Terror and Hate." Protesters directed their hate towards Muslim attendees of the event.
During an appearance on Meet the Press Sunday, frequent Sunday show guest Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) reiterated his previous claim that the policies of President Obama was "getting people killed."
Approximately 200 gun rights activists demonstrated at Washington's state capitol building on Thursday morning to ostensibly protest the passage of I-594. A day after this display, Lt. Governor Brad Owen, a Democrat and President of the Senate, announced that openly carried firearms are now banned from the public viewing area.
On Thursday, during a speech at the Republican National Committee's Winter Meeting, neurosurgeon and potential 2016 GOP Presidential candidate Ben Carson equated Islmaic State militants to American patriots who fought in the Revolutionary War.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this year's major Oscar nominations early Thursday morning and revealed that the civil rights film Selma had been passed over for all of the major awards other than Best Picture.
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday morning, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed that 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney could have possibly defeated President Obama in 2012 if he "had made Benghazi a bigger issue."
Former one-term Republican Congressman Joe Walsh sent out a series of tweets Wednesday calling for Islamists to target the "appeasing cowards" at CNN and MSNBC first if the United States was to suffer another terrorist attack.
In an example of purely ignorant racism, a shooting range in Arkansas turned away two prospective customers because the owner believed the men are Muslim.
Just ahead of the Republican National Committee's Winter Meeting, where the GOP will address their need to appeal to non-white voters, a committeeman's bigoted and racists statements on social media are giving headaches to RNC members.
If you were wondering how long it would take for a Republican to invoke Adolf Hitler in the made-for-Beltway-media controversy surrounding the White House's nonattendance at the Paris Unity Rally over the weekend, you got your answer Monday evening.
For the second time in less than two years, a billboard has gone up near Birmingham, Alabama, carrying a pro-white, anti-diversity message delivered by a loose-knit group calling itself the White Genocide Project.
During an appearance on Fox News' Justice with Judge Jeanine over the weekend, Steve Emerson, the Executive Director of The Investigative Project on Terrorism Foundation, made the claim that the entire city of Birmingham, England, was Muslim and that non-Muslims simply do not go into the city.
While French law enforcement was engaged in standoffs with the terrorists responsible for the Charlie Hebdo attack, ultimately killing three of them, Fox News decided to push the canard that Muslims leaders around the world have remained silent on the attacks and have not expressed any condemnation or outrage.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released December's job numbers and revealed that the strong growth we had seen throughout 2014 continues unabated.