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Serena Williams has sparked an intense backlash after she suggested the 16-year-old victim in the Steubenville, Ohio, rape case was asking to be assaulted.
Hat-tip to Alex Wagner for putting back on the radar: the pontificator of political suicide, the protector Republican die-hard pigheadness.
ObamaA s Failure to Campaign Against NSA Spying Could Damage His Popularity with Generation Text Rushlimbaugh.com, by Rush Limbaugh RUSH: According to latest CNN poll, ObamaA s job approval is down from 53% in May to 45% now.
Displaying a remarkable lack of self-awareness, Rush Limbaugh tried to convince a caller that "it's a pretty safe bet" that liberals always lie and conservatives never do -- an assertion he backed up with a series of his own lies on everything from abortion to minority vote suppression and the IRS.
What a strange world we live in. On one side you have Rush Limbaugh, Michael Moore, Glenn Beck, Kirsten Powers, Rand Paul, Oliver Stone, Bill O'Reilly, Moby, Phil Donahue and Sarah Palin.
Rush Limbaugh asks a pretty decent question. If Republicans need to pass comprehensive immigration reform in order to stave off demographic doom, why are Democrats so eager to help them? No less than Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey also said, "The Republicans' presidential prospects are forever over if they don't pass this legislation."
They impugn the motives of those who desire strong border security and orderly/gradual immigration as racist.
I've listened to Bob Grant off and on for years, starting with the afternoon show on WOR 710.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush brushed off his conservative critics on Friday, saying he wasn't too concerned that such "chirpers" could derail a possible 2016 presidential run.
He said the number one reason for Republican support of amnesty is that all their big money donors support it.
RUSH: Last night was the Miss USA Pageant, and it was on in our house. I didn't say I watched it.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham is the latest in an ever-lengthening string of GOP spokespeople concerned about the state of their party, a string which includes Rush Limbaugh and Bill O'Reilly .
After no truly major rulings were announced on Monday morning, we may have to wait another week or so for the Supreme Court's decisions on two key same-sex marriage cases, but we at least now have a better sense of which media outlets reflect our prejudices on the issue.
There exists a certain real pathos inherent in the NSAA s PRISM program -- and not only because of its attempt to undermine American principles.
The Senate's Gang of Eight is out in force to sell its immigration bill to the public, minus one pivotal member: Marco Rubio.
During his radio show on Friday, Rush Limbaugh told his listeners, "I think abortion is at the root of so much that has and is going wrong in this country."