Trump responded to the 1/6 Committee revealing that they have evidence of his crimes with a conspiracy-filled meltdown.
The self-made myth perpetuated by conservatives has been allowed to shape policy, demonize government, and deny how much is built together
The most salient note regarding Willow and Bristol Palin's facebook slurs is the awkward timing of reality, rearing his mean little head and directly conflicting with the carefully crafted image of angelic wholesome Northern Barbie Family who like to shoot and pray together so cheerfully sold to us on Palin's reality TV show.
Former Fox Newser Major Garrett was on MSNBC's Morning Joe talking about NPR's firing of Juan Williams when he said something interesting, "For a certain amount of marketing points of view, Fox actually wants to keep that polarization and say, look, we're different." Keeping America polarized and divided is good for Fox News' business.
It looks like MSNBC has a big hit on their hands with Lawrence O'Donnell's 10 PM program The Last Word. Not only is his audience growing, but on Tuesday, he did something unheard of for new show on MSNBC. He broke into the Olbermann/Maddow rare air of having over 1 million total viewers.
After a strong debut, MSNBC's The Ed Show struggled in the ratings, but something interesting began to happen last week. Ed Schultz has been picking up viewers. His show has been tweaked, and he still isn't even close to Fox News, but The Ed Show is starting to grow.
With the U.S. armed forces stretched to their limits fighting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the debate in the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the funding of these operations has stalled. Although the Democrats took control of the House in January 2007, efforts to cut off funding remain mired in intra-party disagreements.