Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) destroyed Republican talking points regarding the debt ceiling on Face the Nation, and then upped the ante for more revenue.
The Romney camp called President Obama's term Romnesia 'quite silly' on Face the Nation, but Romney has been sneering ObamaCare for 4 years.
Rubio claimed Republicans were 'protecting the rights of a human being to live,' suggesting that pregnant women are not human beings.
When you have to tell the press you don't care if they call you a wimp, things aren't going well. Mitt Romney did just that on Face the Nation today.
Congressman Ed Perlmutter, who represents Aurora, was on Face the Nation this morning where he argued that Congress must address the expired assault weapons ban.
When House Speaker John Boehner was pressed for specifics about his ACA replacement, he treated America and CBS's Norah O'Donnell to a patented John Boehner tantrum.
Bob Schieffer was as gentle as the corporate media can be, but Mitt Romney pulled a Palin, and bombed his first non-Fox Sunday morning interview.
The mainstream media is subtly helping to further a racist stereotype by acting shocked and even a little afraid by the aggressiveness of Obama's reelection campaign.
Contrary to Mitt Romney's claims of vast left wing media conspiracy, a new study by FAIR has found that 70% of Sunday news show guests are Republicans.
The corporate media allowed two Christian leaders to take over the Easter Sunday morning airwaves in order to launch a partisan attack on President Obama.
Republicans are projecting their anxiety over the 2012 election by equating President Obama to the Italian Captain who abandoned his ship.
This morning on Fox News, the erstwhile "news" people at the GOP PAC are pretending that President Obama is the earmark bogey man and that they will be the driving force in getting him to support banning earmarks. This would be a great sale of baloney if only reading people the country wide didn't already know that the President has been attempting to get earmarks killed for oh, ever since he was a Senator.