On his radio show today, Rush Limbaugh tried to blame the Cleveland kidnappings on voting for Obama.
One last dirty trick? Voters in South Carolina's District 1 are expressing confusion because they are only allowed to vote for Elizabeth Colbert Busch once, but her name is on the ballot twice.
Lost in all the hubbub about Rush Limbaugh potentially leaving Cumulus Media is the fact that the advertiser boycott of Limbaugh's show is the reason why talk radio is shaking.
On the same day that ALEC claimed that they support the First Amendment, they circulated a secret enemies list in order to prevent the press from covering their activities.
It turns out that negotiating peace in the Middle East was probably easier for Bill Clinton than convincing Led Zeppelin to reunite.
Fox News thinks that the "answer" to the abortion question is to celebrate teenage girls who get pregnant, and have their babies.
One of the reasons why Republicans keep losing is because they listen to 'crazy uncle' Rush Limbaugh's bad advice. Today, Limbaugh suggested that the way to fix the GOP is with more white people.
Paul Ryan got his world rocked at a recent town hall when one of the victims of the sequester, a.k.a. a 'taker' burst his Ayn Rand bubble. Ryan's response was to lie, and blame Obama for everything.
A new Kaiser Family Foundation poll revealed that Republicans are facing a big challenge if they want to repeal Obamacare. Namely, 20% of Americans think the law has already been repealed.
With all of the critical issues facing our country today, Fox News thinks that President Obama took the time to get Jay Leno booted as host of the Tonight Show.
In a last gasp bit of desperation, Republicans are anonymously push polling South Carolina District 1 to spread rumors that Elizabeth Colbert Busch had an abortion.
A weird special election in South Carolina keeps getting even stranger as Larry Flynt has endorsed Republican Mark Sanford for the House, and made a $2,600 donation to his campaign.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte held a town hall where her moderator intentionally limited gun questions. This is the first sign that Republicans are resorting to censorship when faced with public backlash.
Showing a level of cluelessness that is surprising even for them, a Tea Party PAC is trying to recruit Sarah Palin to run for the U.S. Senate in Alaska.
A new Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind survey found that the call for Hillary Clinton to run for president in 2016 is getting louder, as 63% of Democrats want her to run.
At a news conference today, President Obama announced that once again he is going to try to overcome congressional cowardice and close GITMO.
A strong Elizabeth Colbert-Busch blew out Mark Sanford's old tired Republican talking points, and also hit the former governor for his lies and scandals during their debate.
After the Jets waved Tim Tebow, it's time to ask if his rabid fanbase is actually destroying his NFL career by turning him into an overhyped football version of Sarah Palin.
Republicans are so out of touch with reality that many of them actually think that Mark Sanford his huge unfavorable rating is still the favorite against Elizabeth Colbert-Busch.
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) is claiming today that Congress shouldn't pass any gun control measures, because they can't stop terrorists from getting guns.