In a speech where President Obama condemned ISIS as a "death cult", Congressman Fleming interprets Obama's words to be supportive of ISIS.
On Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released January's jobs report and, as has been the case for some time now, the news was good. The economy added 257,000 jobs during the month.
Republicans hope to create a social security crisis, but President Obama has declared that he has no desire to indulge them in that fantasy.
Every one of the Koch Republicans, and their oily Democratic cohorts, who voted to approve a State Department construction permit for TransCanada to build the KeystoneXL pipeline across America's international border with Canada are guilty of violating the Constitution's long-standing Separation of Powers.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker impressed the crowds at the Iowa Freedom Summit. Democrats cannot afford to underestimate him.
For the past seven years President Barack Obama has delivered prescient State of the Union speeches that should appeal to the majority of Americans regardless of their party affiliation except for one small detail; he represents the federal government.
The details of President Barack Obama's proposal to make community college free for the first two years for anyone who is willing to work hard are included in this fact sheet from the White House.
"False". This is the harsh ruling PolitiFact had for Mitch McConnell's claim that the economy improved because the GOP won. Further, "The data we found suggest McConnell is engaging in some wishful thinking."
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani used the terrorist attack on a French newspaper to insist that the United States needs to have a police presence inside all Muslim places of worship.
Republicans are beginning the 114th Congress with the mindset that "nothing is going to get in the way of our team's focus on the Koch brothers' priorities" in quickly passing two bills the Koch brothers demand be acted on.
During Monday night's broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly interviewed former KKK leader David Duke regarding the recent controversy surrounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) speaking at a white supremacist conference in 2002.
If the President simply adjusted the salary threshold for inflation since it was last raised in 1975, it would be a more significant income increase for over 10 million low and low middle-class American workers that raising the hourly wage to $15 per hour for the rest of the poverty-wage workforce.
Now that Republicans control both houses of Congress, Americans should brace themselves for a serious Koch-style assault on revenue and government agencies. Last year, Mitch McConnell told Kansas Governor Sam Brownback that Republicans were panting to enact a Koch-Kansas economic assault on America that Brownback imposed by giving the rich monumental tax breaks at the expense of the state government and residents. At the time, McConnell swooned over Brownback’s trickle-down massacre and told him “It’s exactly what we want to do here in Washington, but we can’t do it yet only controlling the House.” With control of the House and Senate, Republicans can proceed with the same reckless abandon for the government and it is probable that like Kansas, public education is in for some seriously major funding cuts.
While guest hosting Fox News' Hannity Monday night, Katie Pavlich said during a panel discussion that President Obama "has a track record of being anti-police" without providing any concrete proof of that being the case.
The recent appropriations bill known as the CRomnibus could have been a lot worse for women's reproductive rights and it is very fortunate for women that Democrats and President Obama succeeded in getting it passed.
After President Obama announced a new policy shift with Cuba Wednesday, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) led the predictable Republican outrage. Specifically, Rubio called Obama a weak negotiator and said Congress will not lift the embargo.
As one would expect from criminals, many Republicans, George W. Bush, and former Bush administration officials in charge of the torture program condemned the Senate's report as a biased attempt to rewrite history.
In Limbaugh's mind. Obama, Holder and all the other race hustlers feel that they didn't "get a win" with the Michael Brown case and now want to frame and railroad another cop over a race-based death.
"Recent events in Ferguson, Missouri and around the country have highlighted the importance of strong, collaborative relationships between local police and the communities they protect."
Saying it was Secretary Chuck Hagel's decision to step down as Secretary of Defense, President Obama praised the Republican as an "exemplary defense secretary."