Joe Biden seemingly has everything he needs to pass his policy goals over the next two years. Democrats control congress, the senate and the White House. West Virginia‘s Joe Manchin, though, has been committed to passing things in a bi-partisan manner.
For much of Donald Trump’s presidency, Chris Christie was close by his side. For his efforts, the former governor of New Jersey contracted a bad case of COVID-19.
These days Christie frequently appears on cable news programs to deliver Republican talking points. He is also on a bit of a rehabilitation tour after being so closely aligned with Trump.
President Obama's senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer was on ABC's 'This Week' Sunday, taking aim at the Republicans' attempt to force their rejected budget onto the people.
While discussing immigration reform, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) said, 'We are losing dramatically the Hispanic vote, which we think should be ours, for a variety of reasons.'
Rick Santorum is claiming that Obama is acting like a 'sore winner.' Santorum needs to remember that the president is acting like a winner because he won.
On ABC's This Week, Senator Bob Corker, (R-TN), concern trolled about the 'temperament' of Republican former Senator Chuck Hagel, whom Obama has nominated as Secretary of Defense.
George Will writes about an agency founded and briefly run by newly-elected Senator Elizabeth Warren. Will tells many half-truths and lies.
The Obama campaign is summarizing their economic pitch to voters with a simple comparison. Obama is offering the policies of Bill Clinton, while Romney promises a return to George W. Bush.
In order for Romney to determine that he needed to fire Big Bird, surely he did some math. Why won't he tell us about his secret tax plans?
When the conservative panelists on ABC's This Week tried to push Romney's lies about the economy, they were shot down by a one man wrecking crew named Paul Krugman.
UN Ambassador Susan Rice busted ABC's Jake Tapper for offering up bogus Republican talking points as facts about the situation in Libya and the Middle East.
Paul Ryan fell apart today when George Stephanopoulos asked the deer in headlights vice presidential nominee how Mitt Romney will pay for $5 trillion in tax cuts for the rich.
The right is heralding Paul Ryan as a policy wonk, but a closer look at his ideas and where they come from reveals that he is anything but.
On ABC's This Week Obama campaign chairman Rahm Emanuel had a message for Mitt Romney, stop whining.
George Will's Dr. Feelgood conservatives really won the Obamacare decision theory met common sense real world brick wall named Keith Olbermann today on ABC's This Week.
Mitt Romney prefers right wing casino dollars to voters, and Donald Trump's bad haired birtherism to gay haired high school kids.
The truth about Obama’s empty arena is that he drew nearly five times more people to his event in Ohio than Mitt Romney has drawn for any event anywhere all year.
When Paul Krugman was confronted with the right wing myth that lower business taxes create jobs on ABC's This Week, the Nobel Prize winner pounced a delivered some economic straight talk.
Keith Olbermann returned to network television today and shredded the Republican attack on President Obama for eating dog meat as a child.
Contrary to Mitt Romney's claims of vast left wing media conspiracy, a new study by FAIR has found that 70% of Sunday news show guests are Republicans.