A Lot Of Liberal Journalists Are On Putin's Payroll. Take A Look

Investigative Group | Richard Pollock

Left-leaning reporters populate Russian state-owned TV network

Top Senate Dems Quick To Hit Sessions, But When Asked, Still Can't Say If He Actually Lied

Politics | Ian Mason

‘Do you believe the Attorney General lied to your committee?’

There's Almost No Chance That Sessions Committed Perjury

Politics | Kevin Daley
U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is sworn in to testify at a Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing to become U.S. attorney general on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. January 10, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

The meltdown is ridiculous

These Senators Opposed Vouchers Backer Betsy DeVos But Send Their Kids To Fancypants Private School

Education | Eric Owens
collage: Getty Images/Mark Wilson, public domain, Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla, public domain, public domain, public domain, Getty Images/Kris Connor, public domain

Silly peons! School choice is only for the rich and powerful

He Called Trump Racist But Forgot About The Skeletons In His Own Closet

Politics | Peter Hasson

‘We relied on him to bring some blackness to the show’

Franken: 'A Few' GOP Senators Concerned About Trump's Mental Health

Politics | Caroline May
'He says things that aren't true'

Top 10 Reasons Al Franken Would Be A Good President

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN). Justin Bieber has often been called the Bob Dylan of this generation. As a big fan of Dylan, Al Franken probably has one or two Bieber songs on his playlist.
Yes, THAT Al Franken

Al Franken Finally Makes Me Laugh

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
Pro-war politician of fortune Al Franken, who pimped out his own infant grandson for campaign contributions earlier this year, was once an unfunny comedian with bit parts on "Saturday Night Live." He has been elected to the U.S. Senate twice by the same people who elected professional wrestler and noted conspiracy theorist Jesse Ventura as governor. How can a guy with this background be such a fundamental stick in the mud? Probably, it's all that cocaine use. Let that be a lesson, kiddos! (Photo: Getty Images/Mark Wilson)
Doggone it

Al The Comedian, Meryl The Artist

Opinion | Paul H. Yarbrough

The words of celebrities carry no wait with those who must live with reality.

Hillary Supporter Al Franken Flat-Out Refuses To Answer Question About Hillary Losing Michigan

Elections | Christian Datoc

‘Is Hillary Clinton at risk of losing this Democratic firewall of states such as Michigan?’

Sen Dem Report Blasting EPA's Critics Has Ties To Enviro-Group

Politics | Chris White
File photo of U.S. Senator Whitehouse talking to Klain, then-Chief of Staff for U.S. Vice President Biden, in Washington

Document appears to have been created by an attorney with EarthJustice

This Is The Democratic Party's Parenting Advice: Ignore Your Children

Elections | Steve Guest

‘Don’t worry about your kids’

Guy Who Definitely Won't Be Hillary's VP: 'I Would Say Yes' If Hillary Asks Me To Be VP

Elections | Christian Datoc

‘Al, I really need you to be my vice president, to run with me’

The Daily Caller Presents: The 23 LEAST INTRIGUING People Of 2015

US | Eric Owens
(Collage: clockwise from top left: Getty Images/Mark Wilson, Getty Images/Stefanie Keenan, Getty Images/Rob Kim, Getty Images/Andrew Burton, Getty Images/Mandel Ngan, Getty Images/Joe Schulte)

Someone please let these people know it’s time to go away

Obama Defies Dems, Approves Natural Gas Exports

Energy | Andrew Follett
Canaport liquid natural gas facility is seen in Saint John, New Brunswick

One Maryland station alone estimated to create 14,600 jobs

Al Franken Uses HIS OWN INFANT GRANDSON To Beg For Money

Politics | Eric Owens
Al Franken YouTube screenshot/Al Franken for Senate 2014

‘Birf da. Wooooooo’

Will Senate Republicans Put Lobbyists Ahead Of Hometown Voters?

| Ken Hoagland
A surgeon and his theatre team perform key hole surgery to remove a gallbladder at at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital on March 16, 2010 in Birmingham, England. As the UK gears up for one of the most hotly contested general elections in recent history it is expected that that the economy, immigration, industry, the NHS and education are likely to form the basis of many of the debates.

The medical device tax repeal effort puts big companies ahead of ordinary citizens hit by Obamacare.