A true progressive with an intimate understanding of economics, Thom Hartmann is one of our go-to guys for explaining how TEApublican policies have completely destroyed our economy time and time again.
During the airing of ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday, March 24th, Karl Rove attempted to engage in his usual fear-mongering tactics during a discussion over gun control, and was quickly called out on it by host Terry Moran.
Conservative activist Pamela Geller was called out on Saturday in a CNN interview by a Muslim activist for her latest round of anti-Islamic billboards, which feature, among others, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
In a heated confrontation on Sunday, lesbian Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen shot down Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed after he argued that the primary purpose of marriage was procreation.
Evan Wolfson, the founder of the one of the country’s top same sex marriage advocacy groups, on Sunday assured Family Research Council President Tony Perkins that “the gay people are not going to use up all the marriage licenses” if the Supreme Court strikes down marriage discrimination.
NBC host David Gregory on Sunday confronted National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre for “thwarting the will” of the public by opposing universal background checks while a vast majority of the public supports them.
Belgium woke up under a blanket of snow on Sunday morning. It's almost April, but it seems to be an endless winter this year. The fresh snow caused hazardous driving conditions, but as it was a Sunday no major problems were reported.
Michele Bachmann created quite a stir in a speech on the House floor this Thursday when she said it was her “duty as a believer in Christ” to repeal Obamacare before “it literally kills women, kills children, kills senior citizens.”
If you feel, respectfully, that you can get a higher return than the 38 percent you got last year, it’s a free country. You can sell your shares of Starbucks and buy shares in another company. Thank you very much.
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