Friday night on Bill O’Reilly’s Fox News program “The No Spin Zone,” O’Reilly squared off with retired U.S. Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) on the question of Frank’s remarks in the wake of the bombing of the Boston Marathon.
Fox News’ Todd Starnes has never shied away from aligning himself with some of the more extreme and fringe elements of right-wing politics. He’s flirted with “birtherism,” made inflammatory comments about Muslims and African-Americans, and accused the Obama administration of launching a war against Christianity.
Progressive radio host Mike Papantonio sang the praises of author Susan Jacoby on his radio show on Friday, echoing the theme of her 2008 book The Age of American Unreason in saying, “Anti-intellectualism and anti-rationalism have become almost epidemic in America,” and saying the only hesitation one should have in reading the book is how scary her findings are.
Jon Stewart calls out Fox "News" liars, like Eric Bolling, for cherry-picking the Constitution to suit their agenda. In fact, as Stewart points out, the ONLY Amendment they seem to give a s**t about is the 2nd one.
Trademarks are funny things. At their best, they’re great: a clever way to incentivise companies to divert some of their profits to preventing fraud and sharp dealing. At their worst, though, they’reterrible; a means for companies to steal the very words out of our mouths through legal bullying.
New PPP polls in Alaska, Arizona, Nevada, and Ohio find serious backlash against the 5 Senators who voted against background checks in those states. Each of them has seen their approval numbers decline, and voters say they're less likely to support them the next time they're up for reelection.
A federal appeals judge found this week in a bias complaint that federal and Oregon bans on same-sex marriages violate the U.S. Constitution. Harry Pregerson, a judge with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, made the declarations in deciding that the federal government had discriminated against Portland lawyer Alison “Tex” Clark based on her sexual orientation.
New Hampshire State Rep. Stella Tremblay (R-Auburn), the lawmaker who claimed the United States government is responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing, reportedly forwarded one of the hate emails she received calling her "a f-cking idiot" to...
Nearly 20,000 disabled people who receive aid from the UK’s Independent Living Fund (ILF), which will be abolished in 2015, are deeply concerned about their future. Many fear life could become unbearable without the support.
Bill Maher is not a fan of the 13 existing presidential libraries, and he made no bones about it onReal Time on Friday night, slamming the new one dedicated to George W. Bush for features like the “Decision Points Theater,” which asks visitors to choose whether they would invade Iraq if they were in Bush’s shoes.
On April 11, Nicholas Coppola delivered over 18,000 signaturesgathered through Faithful America to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, asking that Nicholas be once again allowed to volunteer with his parish, after getting married to his husband.
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