Beck thinks George Soros and radical Islam organized the march. The dead giveaway for Beck must be the pink pussy hats favored by Islamic extremists
Bernie Sanders' campaign is a grassroots movement, while most of the other campaigns are backed by millionaires and billionaires.
This week's Friday Fox Follies takes on Tucker Carlson's refusal to allow anyone who works for him to criticize Fox News.
Since hitting the cable dial in 1996, Fox "News" Channel values have been on full display: Anti-truth chief among them. Even when caught in flat-out lies, Fox "News" rarely issues apologies.
The two most destructive influences on this country are the filthy rich Koch brothers, Charles and David. They have nothing to offer; period
Ted and Rafael Cruz are just two more in a long line of American political paranoiacs. The list of conspiracy theories is long and often peculiar
Conservatives incessantly drone on and on about George Soros as a villain, when the Koch brothers are discussed. Who's the real villain?
When the Tea Party emerged four summers ago, many of us dismissed them as a corporate-seeded astroturf movement. We were wrong. The GOP's grassroots are the fringe.
Tea Party Republicans like Rep. Tim Huelskamp are spewing more hate and intolerance by decrying Republican outreach to "so-called" Hispanic voters.
In a world where saying "Happy Holidays!" makes you guilty of waging a war on Christmas, telling the truth about media bias means you're anti-Christian!
The Republican Party has gone to war with the Girl Scouts, accusing them training girls to be radicalized, anti-religious baby-killing feminazis
There is a trend here, and it is unmistakable: free speech is a tool, or more accurately, a weapon, to the Republicans. It is not a freedom at all, because they don't think anyone else should share in it.