Oh, C&Lers, you've picked a good one, and timely too. In 38th place, we have a March 4th rant about Republican family values as compared to everyone else's. Yes indeed, it's a timely reminder, given Newt's newly discovered piety and grace
MSNBC's Mark Murray Makes Excuses For Their Obsessive Coverage Of Anthony Weiner While Ignoring Republican Scandals
This is almost as pitiful as the ambulance chasing we're seeing continue today on the Anthony Weiner story now that he's going to resign. NBC News Deputy Political Director Mark Murray and MSNBC host Richard Lui both acknowledge the criticism their
Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz accused Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus of hypocrisy Sunday after he called for the resignation of Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY), while remaining silent on the sex
After being extremely disgusted by how things panned out with Rep. Anthony Weiner and his admission that he was actually sexting with women on line after being newly married for only a year or so, and after quite frankly being really tired of the
Murray Waas broke a story yesterday about the John Ensign scandal in Reuters which Nicole wrote about here. I've been pushing for the media to force Sen. Tom Coburn to explain his actions in the matter, since he was in the middle of the whole thing
DOJ Cleared Ensign Of Wrongdoing...Without Examining Thousands Of Incriminating Emails. Will They Now Re-Open The Case?
At present, only one of these senators will face prosecution for improper use of funds involving an extramarital affair You know, on one level, I'm happy that the DOJ is no longer the overtly partisan and retaliatory entity it was during the Bush
On Meet the Press, David Gregory asked serial adulterer Newt Gingrich if he was going to have any problems with social conservatives who have called him a hypocrite for carrying on his own affairs while going after Bill Clinton. And who does David
When Is The Senate Ethics Committee Going To Take Action On Tom Coburn's Part In The Ensign Cover-Up?
I just have to ask, now that it looks like there's going to be a criminal investigation against John Ensign after the Senate ethics committee released their findings this week, when is that same panel going to investigate Tom Coburn further and
Sen. John Ensign will finally resign from his seat in the Senate effective May 3. Lawrence O'Donnell said this is the kind of thing that generally happens after the Senate Ethics Committee let's them know they're going to recommend
Other than his tasteless joke about Ellen at the end of this, kudos to Bill Maher for reminding us of just how many Republicans like Newt Gingrich who's still pretending he wants to run for president are huge flaming hypocrites when it comes to
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