It's a laughable scare tactic when it appears Trump has already been flipped.
The U.S. Amb. To NATO said Trump's plan to attack NATO is working out fine, which is what Putin wants, but then admits Russia is trying to flip our allies.
The former Texas Senator insists voter fraud is a real problem as Howard Dean throws facts at her ridiculous Republican talking points.
MSNBC, Weekends with Alex Witt, Nov. 2, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/11/howard-dean-calls-out-kb-hutchisons
Wow. I admit I'm surprised to read that none other than Michelle Malkin is defending Obama over the Associated Press <a href="http://michellemalkin.com/2008/01/24/fisa-frenzy-yes-there-are-still-differences-between-the-gop-and-the-dems/">wiretapping scandal.</a>
Sadly it seems MSNBC has found yet another former Pennsylvania Democrat to come on the air to advocate for rewarding Republicans for their obstruction and intransigence over the last four years. We were already treated to "Fix the Debt" corporate
It's so brave of her to come out and say this now that she's leaving the Senate, isn't it? Texas Senator Embraces Federal Gun Control, Limits On Large Magazines: Texas Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, a strong ally of the National Rifle
In a face to face confrontation that aired on Sunday, Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) called out Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX) for using "weasel words" to suggest that President Barack Obama knew about former CIA Director David Petraeus' sex scandal
Kay Bailey Hutchison Still Pushing The Notion That Privatizing Medicare And Social Security Will 'Save' Them
I'm not sure how many times we have to debunk at this site the notion that either partially privatizing, or entirely privatizing Medicare and Social Security is somehow going to "save" or keep solvent either program, but here's what we're running up against daily on our cable media outlets.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Thursday accused Democrats of inventing an "imaginary" war on women to score political points in an election year. During a Senate speech outlining why he supported reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act,
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