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.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has announced that the House of Representatives will be vo
Blame is falling on Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner for the AIG bonus mess to the point where President
We have found the one thing that can unite liberal and conservatives.
President Barack Obama sent the strongest warning yet that AIG had better back off their plan to award $1
Speaker of the House Rep.
The fascinatingly duplicitous path that Former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingric
Today, the NAACP accused both Fox News and The New York Post of having a history of racist reporting.
During the 2008 presidential campaign Republicans John McCain and Sarah Palin tried desperately t
One of the phobias that always grips right wing media when a Democrat takes office is that they will
Sarah Palin was on Fox News 's On The Record With Greta Van Susteren, where she voiced her opposit
Senator John McCain was on Fox News's Fox and Friends today.
With the news that Sarah Palin has hired a high powered Hollywood attorney to search for a book and/
On Fox News Sunday, Vice President Dick Cheney denied that he had dangerously expanded the powers of the executive branch while also criticizing Vice President Elect Joe Biden for wanting to diminish the office of the vice president.
On Fox News this morning Sen. Saxby Chambliss went out of his way to credit Sarah Palin for helping to put him over the top in his runoff against Jim Martin. We can now count Chambliss and in the bag for Palin and her Overhyped Express bid for president in 2012.
Sarah Palin's perpetual presidential campaign continued today, as she told reporters that she thinks she represents something more than a celebrity. She represents hard working American families. She also represents ignorance and the politics of division.
With the news that Howard Dean will stepping down from his post as chairman of the DNC once his term ends in January, I wonder if Howard Dean helped or hurt the Democratic Party. The answer depends on whether we are talking Dean the spokesperson, or the man in charge of the DNC.
The McCain campaign has put out a memo complaining about what they call voting irregularities in Pennsylvania, Florida, New Hampshire, and Virginia. The party that brought you Florida 2000, and Ohio 2004 is claiming that the Democrats are trying to steal this election.