Sometimes Republicans say such ridiculous things that you wonder if they are kidding or not. Usually, though, they are deadly serious, and often put forth proposed solutions to our problems that are nothing short of preposterous.
"There is no three-phase process. There is no three-step plan. That is just political talk. It’s just politicians engaging in spin"
Republican Paul Ryan thinks Hillary Clinton should apologize for speaking the truth about Trump; or because she is a woman.
Tuesday's Republican debate was another rigged debate, in which Republicans incessant whining about actual questions from journalists drove CNN to game the ref with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt.
During an interview with radio host Huge Hewitt, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz went bonkers and claimed that most violent crimes in the US are committed by Democrats.
Rachel Maddow leveled conservative media darling Hugh Hewitt with facts while demonstrating why she should be hosting Meet The Press instead of Chuck Todd.
During a radio interview, Donald Trump humiliated himself by seeming to have no idea what kind of vote the Senate was taking on Planned Parenthood.
Republican presidential contenders are lining up to defend Indiana's discriminatory "religious freedom" law.
America needs a diplomat on the world stage, not a myopic neurosurgeon whose eyes glaze over when you show him a map of Europe.
After showing Scarborough ranting about Mrs. Clinton's book tour and making appearances in early primary states while not announcing her intentions to run, Stewart gloriously took down Scarborough and highlighted his complete and total hypocrisy.