Brit Hume said Tuesday that California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s call for a fix to Obamacare is a sign of just how bad things have gotten for President Barack Obama and his administration.
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On Tuesday’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer insisted the divide within the Republican Party has been exaggerated, adding that Republicans disagree over strategy but not ideology.
Left-leaning Daily Beast columnist Kirsten Powers, who recently revealed how she lost her health coverage under Obamacare, slammed the Obama administration's efforts to deal with the metastasizing Affordable Care Act Tuesday night.
Former President Bill Clinton says President Obama should honor his commitment and let people keep their health plans.
On Tuesday, CNN announced that Brian Stelter will be taking the helm of its long-running Sunday morning media show, “Reliable Sources.”
During his Monday radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh made the argument that President Barack Obama "is defrauding the entire country" by saying that "if you like your plan, you can keep it."
On Monday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, Democratic strategist James Carville joked that, given the country's economic woes, President Obama might as well "take a toke" on a crack pipe.
On Monday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol and Democratic strategist James Carville debated President Barack Obama’s low opinion numbers and if there are any hopes Obama can rebound and do something with his presidency.
In an interview that aired on Fox’s NFL pregame show on Sunday, suspended Miami Dolphin offensive lineman Richie Incognito revealed he had been on the receiving end of the same kind of alleged bullying for which he has now been suspended.
On Adam Carolla’s Friday podcast, Vince Vaughn, star in the newly released film “Delivery Man” called himself a conservative and said he identifies with former Republican Texas Rep. Ron Paul.
On Friday’s broadcast of NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” host Jay Leno conducted a challenging but cordial interview with Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, in which Cruz compared his tea party struggles to Ronald Reagan's in the late 1970s.
In an appearance on Friday night’s “Hugh Hewitt Radio Show,” guest hosted by conservative author Carol Platt Liebau, Chuck Todd said he was surprised he had to coax an apology out of President Barack Obama during the interview that aired on NBC’s “Nightly News” on Thursday night.
On his Friday radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh had a message he wanted left-leaning websites to report on and filter throughout the media: President Barack Obama intended for his 2010 health care reform plan to cause Americans to lose their health insurance plan.
Despite easily winning a gubernatorial election in a dark blue state on Tuesday, Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is on the receiving end of some veiled and not-so-veiled shots about his weight lately.
In an interview on NBC's "Nightly News" on Thursday, President Barack Obama apologized for his statements over the past several years assuring the public that if they like their insurance plan, they could keep it -- statements that were not true.
On Wednesday night's broadcast of "Hannity" on the Fox News Channel, Ann Coulter offered her review of two major elections held earlier in the week --- the gubernatorial races for Virginia and New Jersey.
During the online-only portion of Fox News Channel’s “Special Report” on Wednesday night, Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer laid out his theory on what Obamacare’s real intended purpose is: an instrument to redistribute wealth.
At the Country Music Awards on Wednesday night, the fallout from the troubled rollout of Obamacare further made its way into pop culture.
Ron Paul blames DC influence, military-industrial complex of northern Virginia for Cuccinelli loss [VIDEO]
Government bureaucrats strongly inclined to vote for Democrats sunk Republican candidate Ken Cuccinelli’s bid for Virginia governor, especially those staffing the military-industrial complex, said former Texas Republican Rep. Ron Paul on Wednesday.
In 2009, the Republican National Committee spent $9 million on then-Virginia Republican gubernatorial hopeful Bob McDonnell. But during the 2013 cycle in a battle for the same seat, the RNC reportedly only put $3 million behind Republican nominee Ken Cuccinelli's effort.