He even lies about good news, Kessler said. "The GDP growing at 3.2%. That's a good number. When he speaks about even that, he can't help himself."
Last week's Washington Post "Fact Checker" column criticizing Donald Trump's positions on trade demonstrates the elite blindness to how bad things have gotten for millions of Americans.
Former Bachmann staffer Peter Waldon may have been the one to get Bachmann in trouble for her ethics violations, but he was still willing to defend her pretending to be a "committed Christian" while lying like a rug to her constituents.
Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham says President Barack Obama is a "small ball guy" but it's time for him to start "manning up" on cuts to earned benefits like Medicare and Social Security. Speaking to Fox News host Martha MacCallum
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney took his claim that President Barack Obama had stolen $716 billion from Medicare to the next level on Thursday and asserted that seniors "most likely" would not be able to see specialists if the president
Here we go again. Earlier in the week we had Joe Klein repeating this nonsense. Now it was Chuck Todd filling in for Chris Matthews on his weekend show, making the claim that the Obama campaign is somehow “Swiftboating” Mitt Romney. TODD:
This Obama campaign ad received four pinocchios from the Washington Post's Glenn Kessler, the fact-checking guru of WaPoLand. Regarding the outsourcing claims, we have frowned on these before. The Obama campaign rests its case on three