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- Boehner can't stop, won't stop, suing ObamaHouse Speaker John Boehner is quickly becoming a poster boy for American litigiousness. Boehner is once again planning to sue President Obama, this time over immigration: Boehner told his conference at a closed-door meeting Tuesday morning that he has a team exploring the best options to challenge last year's executive action, under which the Department […]
- Koch brothers emerge from secret lair to threaten massive campaign spendingSen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), and obedient little Koch head. The Koch brothers held their winter seminar last weekend and lifted the veil of secrecy they are accustomed to a tiny bit. This was possibly an effort to make them appear less evil, or maybe it was to issue a threat or two, which seems more […]
- Mitt Romney's 2016 plan: Rebranding himself as authentic, plus polygamy jokesThe Washington Post demonstrates, in less than a sentence, the hilarity at the core of Mitt Romney's plan for 2016: If he runs again in 2016, Romney is determined to re-brand himself as authentic, warts and all ... Authentic is something you are supposed to be, not something you are supposed to brand or rebrand […]
- Democrats point out that Benghazi committee is a shamBenghazi committee chair Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) The super-special House select committee investigating #Benghazi has been something of a fizzle, with little to show despite (or because of?) the several investigations that preceded it. Now the select committee might lose the bipartisan cover of Democratic participation—in part because, Democrats charge, Republicans have been excluding them […]
- Cartoon: Useful tips from Joni Ernst(Click to enlarge) Freshman Senator Joni Ernst's rebuttal to Obama's State of the Union address provided me with some much-needed comic relief after the turbulent news of the past few weeks. Of course, it's only funny until she starts doing the things she talked about. While Googling images of a Hardee's biscuit line, I realized […]
- Boehner can't stop, won't stop, suing Obama
- Romney’s Poverty PointsMitt Romney said that under President Obama "there are more people in poverty in America than ever before." That's true, but the poverty rate -- which accounts for population changes -- was higher under several former presidents than it is currently.
- The State of the UnionWCBS radio’s Wayne Cabot interviews FactCheck.org Deputy Managing Editor Rob Farley about President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address. Farley discussed these statements made by the president in his […]
- FactChecking the GOP ResponsesThere were multiple official and unofficial Republican responses to President Obama's State of the Union address, but only a few instances of the president's critics stretching the facts.
- Romney’s Poverty Points