While Donald Trump, as we have heard in the infamous Planet Hollywood tape, gloats about how his wealth and power enable him to violate women sexually without consequences and while he smears those, such as Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who call him on this behavior, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts recently offered a stunning contrast in leadership when it comes to addressing issues of sexual harassment and worker rights.
Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson has exposed the ugly underbelly of sexism at the cable news leader by filing a sexual harassment lawsuit against FNC boss Roger Ailes.
Bill Maher poked the Religious Right's persecution myth full of holes. Joseph Farrah's attempt to discredit Maher only discredits himself
The big news this week was about fake newsmen Brian Williams and Jon Stewart and -- wouldn't you know it -- Fox "News" had fingerprints at both scenes of the crime.
Prior to making the announcement on his upcoming departure, it was business as usual, as Jon Stewart once again aimed his sharp wit at his favorite target -- Fox News.
The latest "blame Obama" crusade is reaction to the President's request for funding to train and outfit racist cops with body cameras.
During Thursday's episode of The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson, host Gretchen Carlson suggested on multiple occasions that the White House was manipulating the price of gasoline to possibly help out in the midterm elections.
On Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto Monday, substitute host Stuart Varney agreed with an Oklahoma superintendent's way of addressing the dress code at a high school. The superintendent called girls 'skanks' and forced them to bend over to prove their skirts and shorts weren't too short.
The numbers don't lie: they didn't lie on Election Night, and they do not lie in the longer run when they prove that America is becoming more, not less progressive.