In some ways, it feels like John McCain was the last Republican willing to stand up to Donald Trump. And his close friends in the party, like Lindsey Graham, have turned their backs on what the Arizona senator stood for.
“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert said Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is running scared from his opponent Rep. Beto O’Rourke. As evidence, he cited that fact that Cruz bought ads that would be shown during O’Rourke’s Wednesday evening interview on Colbert’s show.
Some advice for Donald Trump: Be nice to Elizabeth Warren; she could soon have your job.
Stephen Colbert perfectly put his finger on why America is so outraged by Trump’s weak response to Nazi domestic terrorism by listing everything that Trump has condemned more strongly than Nazis.
Colbert's brutal takedown of the GOP nominee came after an audience member asked, "If you had Donald Trump on your show tonight, what would you ask him?"
All the Republican antics we are seeing are not likely to end soon, because they get away with it. Nobody is calling them on it, nobody is demanding that Republican rhetoric have at least a passing resemblance to our shared reality. The mainstream media just shrugs and pretends like it's relevant when it's not.
Stephen Colbert put the media's pandering to Donald Trump and obsessing over Hillary Clinton's emails to shame with a masterfully compelling interview of Vice President Joe Biden.
Stephen Colbert announced that he plans to fulfill every existing grant request made by SC public school teachers on DonorsChoose.org.
Boehner has enlisted a foreign corporation (TransCanada), the Canadian Prime Minister, and a foreign energy department to put pressure on America, and particularly its President, to approve construction of a pipeline Canada is well aware is an environmental and ecological disaster.
Friday Fox Follies examines The Colbert Report's goodbye, Bill O'Reilly declaring victory in the War on Christmas and Megyn Kelly's awkward encounter with President Obama.
With The Colbert Report wrapping up it nine-year run this month as host Stephen Colbert moves to CBS to take over David Letterman's spot, the show was able to pull off a bit of a coup by booking President Obama as a guest Monday.
Fox "News" is never so patriotic as when it puts on its phony camo to engage in phony warfare. Fox "News" is always in a perpetual state of war against something, someone, or some other. However, during Veterans Day week, they went all out.
Last week, a Minneapolis news station ran a story, provided to them by local law enforcement, claiming Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges was photographed flashing gang signs with a known criminal. The mayor addressed the issue in the best way possible this week.
"The point is, anything, anything the Republicans accomplish at all, no matter how insignificant, could lead to President Hillary Clinton."
CNN received an audio recording of comments Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made to an all-male Irish-Catholic organization in South Carolina earlier in the month. While speaking to the group at a private meeting, Graham stated that "white men who are in male-only clubs are going to do great in my presidency."
Republicans are itching to bring in ground troops against ISIS. The reason stems from an incessant desire to prove American superiority through military means.
During Monday night's episode of The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly lashed out at comedian Stephen Colbert for lampooning his idiotic plan to create a 25,000 private mercenary army to take on the world's problems, specifically radical Islamist terrorists.
Bill O'Reilly has demonstrated how afraid he is of Stephen Colbert with yet another petty attack on the future CBS host on Fox News.
On Monday night's episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert brilliantly took down conservatives's positions on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The people who elected Sanford typify the segment of America that prevents the nation from ever moving out of the 19th century, and they are not confined to South Carolina.