World opinion is turning against Israel, so Netanyahu uses the predictable lame charge of anti-Semitism against those who criticize Israel’s disgusting policies toward the Palestinians.
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Bernie Sanders tells the media ‘enough of the emails’ and brings down the house at the Democratic debate.
Another stupid, desperate right-wing “scandal” bites the dust.
Colin Powell appeared on ABC’s ‘This Week’ and revealed how many emails he’s held onto from his time as Secretary of State.
Perhaps North Korea’s claim that the movie is part of a coordinated US propaganda effort are not so outlandish as first thought, leaked internal emails from Sony reveal.
“Our American friends offer us money, arms, and advice. We take the money, we take the arms, and we decline the advice.”
It sounds amazing to travel to Iran, but this poorly planned trip could literally end in disaster, or at the very least, the loss of a lot of money.
Recent reports have launched a new round of right-wing lies about Keystone XL, the ACA, and jobs. Here are the seven most common lies about jobs, debunked.
The lost-at-sea, Christian extremist Gastonguay family hates gays, abortions, taxes, and immigrants so much they’re planning a second voyage to Kiribati.
Media spin on an e-mail sent to the White House regarding Benghazi misinformation has been fierce and partisan; now the actual e-mail has been found…
The presumption that information was withheld in an attempted cover-up by the White House with regard to the attack in Benghazi came from a doctored email
A roadside bomb was detonated as their convoy passed, making Smedinghoff the first U.S. diplomat to die on the job since Ambassador Chris Stevens’ death in Benghazi.
If no one is willing to standup for the middle class, then a real peaceful disruptive movement will be necessary that affects the bottom line of those that are the real takers in America.
Secretary of State Clinton: ‘Give me a break, Senator Johnson. This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale I’ve ever seen.’
Intelligence experts caution that initial reports from the scene of any attack or disaster are often inaccurate.