The Cook Report's Charlie Cook doesn't think 2014 will be a repeat of 2010's wave election that swept the Democrats out of the House.
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MSNBC'S Andrea Mitchell claimed President Barack Obama's new cabal of foreign policy advisers "looks like a review of our guest list" on the liberal cable news network, with the AP's Julie Pace explaining that the White House is trying to bring the commentators "into the fold."
Democratic Congressman Luis Gutierrez warned President Barack Obama that his flip-flop on granting executive amnesty to as many as six million illegal immigrants will "repress the vote in the immigrant community," noting some will conclude that "the Democrats don't have our backs."
New York Democratic political activist Mike Flynn wrote a letter on Friday published by local news outlet Watertown Daily Times demanding that Elise Stefanik, the Republican candidate for New York's 21st congressional district, reveal her private romantic and dating history.
Immigration activist Erika Andiola warned President Obama that his party may face electoral consequences over his failure to enact executive amnesty before the November elections, claiming "people are not going to feel as engaged to go out and vote" after hearing "promises being broken by the president."
President Obama admitted on Sunday that he "should've anticipated the optics" of golfing just minutes after a sober statement on the brutal beheading of American journalist James Foley by ISIS, noting that "part of this job is also the theater of it."
Despite denying plans to run again, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney trashed President Obama and likely 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in an interview on Sunday, claiming there's "no question in [his] mind" that he'd be a better president than both of them.
‘Not Sure We’re Getting Straight Talk’: MSNBC’s Ed Schultz Casts Doubt On Obama’s ISIS ‘Strategy’ [VIDEO]
Even MSNBC host and frequent Obama apologist Ed Schultz expressed skepticism over President Obama's mixed messages on confronting Islamic terror group ISIS, claiming he's "not sure we're getting the straight talk" and urging the White House to "get some bullet points," at least.
In the face of a White House backtrack on executive amnesty, National Council of La Raza spokeswoman Janet Murguia pressed President Obama to "fulfill his promise" to approximately six million illegal immigrants, declaring that "we're done waiting."
CNBC reporter Sara Eisen told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Friday that August's just-released jobs report is "a big disappointment" representing "the worst level of job creation all year long."
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld mocked and denounced the Common Core federal education standards on Thursday, claiming it's "making the lives of kids and their parents hell" and calling it "another government experiment sinking under its unbearable complexities."
The relentless and savage advance of Islamist terrorists throughout the Middle East -- and especially the beheading of two American journalists by ISIS -- seems to have made an impression on CNN's Don Lemon, who on Wednesday night asked a panel if Islam is "a more violent religion than any other faith?"
Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer bemoaned President Barack Obama's unwillingness to call a spade a spade when speaking about the ultra-violent ISIS terrorists, accusing him of such rank political correctness that "he cannot bring himself to say Islamic."
Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan warned against becoming too involved in the conflict between Islamist and secular forces in Iraq, Syria and throughout the Middle East, urging those in power to "not send another American army into Iraq."
The cable news universe converged into a single point at 4 p.m. EST on Wednesday, with hosts on Fox News, CNN and MSNBC all simultaneously expressing confusion over President Barack Obama's most recent flip-flop on a strategy to defeat the brutal Islamic terror group ISIS.
Vice President Joe Biden struck a significantly stronger tone against ISIS than his boss on Wednesday, angrily declaring that "we will follow them to the gates of hell!" while President Obama spoke dispassionately about "shrinking" the terror group to a "manageable problem."
Secretary of State John Kerry took pains to separate the brutal Islamic terror organization ISIS from its broader religious affiliation on Wednesday, taking time out from a statement on beheaded journalist Steven Sotloff to claim that "the real face of Islam is a peaceful religion."
Liberal MSNBC host Chris Matthews ranted against Pentagon spokesman John Kirby for his claim that America has had "very good success" in battling Islamic terrorism, calling it "an absurd statement" and declaring that "we're not winning the war against terrorism over there."
Fox News analyst Brit Hume noted on Tuesday that, despite public opposition to a new fight in Iraq, ISIS risks awakening a "sleeping giant" if their brutal beheadings and other atrocities spur angry Americans to advocate war against the Islamic radicals.