Lies are told so freely and so frequently in Washington that most go unnoticed. But every now and then, there’s a whopper so outrageous you can’t let it pass.
The GOP’s “no special path to citizenship” assertion may not be all that different from the immigration bill passed by the Senate last year.
Republicans are busy engaging in self-immolation over ill-advised immigration proposals the American public neither wants nor cares about.
Say what you mean with precision, so that what voters hear is what you actually mean.
During his Quixotic bid for the Presidency, Bob Dole often asked, “Where’s the outrage?” If the average voter would only pay attention to Bill Clinton’s personal and...
The buffer zone rules that Coakley is defending keep women safe. Without these rules, Massachusetts clinics had protestors pose as members of the Boston Police Department, wage “umbrella wars,” and spit on patients.
Today’s modus operandi for anti-government crusaders is gridlock and minority rule.
Perhaps Clinton’s failure to provide adequate security, as had been requested by consular staff, or her subsequent misleading of the American people and the families of the deceased as to the reasons for the attack will be her undoing.
The ranks of the chronically long-term unemployed are the victims of a failed system. We need to stop judging a group of people based on the worst amongst them.
The Republican faithful may be up in arms about a budget deal championed by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) that passed the Senate Wednesday, but they should be grateful.