John Oliver couldn't help tearing the GOP apart for their actions following Justice Scalia's death.
Right-wing media have been smearing Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who identifies himself as a democratic socialist, by comparing his ideology to that of Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist German Workers’ (Nazi) Party. Experts have called the comparison “inaccurate,” “outrageous,” and “a trivialization of history.”
Mainstream media jumped at the opportunity to discredit Bernie Sanders when a group of alumni came forward claiming a famous picture of Sanders speaking before a civil rights protest was actually of someone else.
What did you think of the Bernie Sanders and Larry David sketch?
The New Hampshire GOP debate’s most charged moments may have been mostly on domestic issues, but, inevitably with this gang, war, torture and sundry mayhem did make an appearance.
Round one goes not to the candidates but the media, which reasserted its dominance over the political process — for now.
Media should know that: previous Koch-backed poverty and education efforts have been coupled with ideological proselytizing, Stand Together's executive director is a Koch veteran and former Republican congressional candidate who repeatedly fearmongered about the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Millions of fans will descend on the city, but the homeless have been moved elsewhere.
Fox News hosted its Republican debate last week without Donald Trump. So how did it go?
The Post attacks Sanders for failing to have a “plausible” plan for plugging looming deficits as the American population ages.