After the New York Times released an article Monday morning regarding the ongoing Hillary Clinton personal email 'scandal,' both Media Matters and Fox News went after the paper and the piece's author for relying solely on anonymous sources and not having actually read any of the emails.
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.
It is time that the left started taking this election seriously, along with Romney and Jeb Bush and the rest, even those we view as stupid, misogynist, and out of touch wing nuts
Prior to the airing of the special, CNN decided to crowdsource questions from Twitter using the hashtag #AskACop. As one might expect, CNN did not get the type of responses that they hoped for.
White jets and their chemtrails have replaced black helicopters as harbingers of certain climate doom. It's the black guy in the White House and his government running dogs doing all the harm.
For five years, Republicans claimed the Affordable Care Act would produce significant rate hikes that would kill the law. For five years, they've been dead wrong.
Doubling down on right-wing extremism, the fed-hating, red state, Wackadoodle Express, is pulling into the station of national consciousness once more.
In the end, it isn't the 1 percent who are leaving the United States, but their money.
Late on Thursday evening the Senate reached a deal regarding the remaining Presidential nominees waiting to be confirmed. The Senate will now confirm Alejandro Mayorkas, Brian Davis and John Koskinen on Friday and then recess for the Christmas break.
Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) confirmed to his fellow Senate Republicans that there will be a handful of GOP Senators that will stick around and make sure that debate continues for each and every nominee.
The hope from Republicans was that Reid would just table some of the nominees and hold off until January after the Christmas break. That isn't happening.
Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is never afraid to ask the tough questions. Though his Times blog bears the name "The Conscience of Liberal," the title is sort of an unfortunate misnomer.
A number of right-wing states are leaving needy citizens without Medicaid coverage because their legislatures are rejecting expansion.
The question regarding whether or not the GOP wants the economy to improve was answered today when they criticized the Federal Reserve for QE3.