Appearing on "Hardball with Chris Matthews," Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was stumped when it came to answering what would appear to be a simple question on political philosophy.
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While testifying before the House of Representatives on the Obama administration's nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran, Secretary of State John Kerry would not commit to following the law should Congress override a threatened presidential veto.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has never been a favorite of conservatives. Those who see him as a “squishy” compromiser more interested in placating President Barack Obama and K Street lobbyists than the Republican base had more fuel tossed on that fire when he blocked amendments to the Highway Bill Tea Party members wholeheartedly support.
The New York Times altered its story about two inspectors general calling for an investigation into whether Democratic Party front-runner Hillary Clinton mishandled classified information on her secret private email server.
Within moments of the awful news of a shooting at a theater in Louisiana breaking, anti-Second Amendment activists began calling for more gun control.
Talk show host Arsenio Hall called Florida senator and GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio a "shithead" who should have never been born.
Chuck Todd, the host of "Meet the Press," reacting to a new Quinnipiac poll showing Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton seriously underwater in her favorable ratings, made a damning statement about the former secretary of state.
GOP presidential hopeful has had some choice words to say about former Texas Governor Rick Perry in the past few weeks. Trump said the former governor, "put on glasses so people will think he's smart. And it just doesn't work! You know people can see through the glasses!"
Retired general and 2004 candidate for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination Wesley Clark has a suggestion for dealing with "radicalized" Americans: put them in camps.
Media Matters, the allegedly non-partisan progressive "watchdog" group that has been caught coordinating with the Obama administration and whose founder has pledged his group's loyalty to Hillary Clinton, sure doesn't like Ann Romney. And why? Because she's written too many books.
The Obama administration is scrambling to sell its Iran nuclear deal to the American people, but it keeps getting tripped up by its own words. One point that struck a nerve with many people is the fact that Iran can delay inspections of a suspected nuclear site by 24 days, allowing for the removal of any evidence of illicit activity.
Former Maryland Gov. and Democratic Party presidential candidate Martin O'Malley, along with fellow candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, were shouted off stage at the Netroots Nation conference in Phoenix, Ariz., Saturday. O'Malley's offense was saying, "Black lives matter, white lives matter, all lives matter."
Netroots Nation, the annual conference of ultra-left-wing activists, had two Democratic Party presidential candidates in attendance at their event in Phoenix, Ariz., this year… And shouted them both off stage.
In an email to supporters, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman and founder of the pro-Clinton Center for American Progress, warned Republicans were out-fundraising the former secretary of state.
HBO comedian Bill Maher did not much care for CBS News reporter Major Garrett questioning President Barack Obama's Iran deal.
In announcing a nuclear deal with Iran, President Barack Obama echoed many of the same sentiments of another Democratic president announcing a similar deal.
The mainstream media is billing President Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran as "historic," and in one sense it most certainly is.
Karen Finney, former MSNBC host and current Strategic Communications adviser and senior spokesperson for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign took a swipe at President Barack Obama's economic recovery Monday, saying many middle-class families have become "working poor" under the Obama administration.
Abby Huntsman, co-host of "The Cycle" on MSNBC and daughter of former Republican presidential candidate and Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, thought she heard something odd at Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's campaign kick-off event. It was something so odd, in fact, that she had to tell the world via Twitter. It turns out she was horribly, horribly wrong.