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The regularity with which Joe Scarborough speaks about having won his congressional races has become a matter of mirth on Morning Joe . When Joe did so yet again this morning, he wound up contradicting himself on the issue of the electability of
Obama Voter Fraud Reason for Reelection/growing Totalitarian Gove The truth about the Obama syndicate's victory in November due to the most massive voter fraud in American history has become increasingly dire and overwhelming.
Is No Virtue Politics is a funny thing. Sometimes, the seemingly counterintuitive can become the reality, what you would not expect based upon common sense nevertheless is what happens. Much of this has to do with the fact that in a political
Mark Halperin to bravely announce, "I don't agree with Joe" Scarborough. A day after appearing on his show, The Game Change co-author more firmly refuted Scarborough's pessimistic assessment that the entire GOP establishment thinks Mitt Romney will
Hocking his new novel on Wednesday's NBC Today, author Josh Bazell launched into a rant against the GOP and Rick Santorum specifically: "If I were to create a character who, say, had been the senator from Pennsylvania...get up at a debate and say
It's only January and the vitriol being spewed at Republicans by the Obama-loving media is starting to crest. On Tuesday, Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen went after almost every high-profile right-leaning politician in the land in a piece
19 and 30 seconds, my iPhone, my iPad, my computer and, for all I know, my toaster were informed that Herman Cain had endorsed Newt Gingrich . The ping-ping of the devices suggested that something momentous had happened alerts from both The
The millionaire Marxist, who has never had a real job, yet has somehow has gotten filthy rich, demands fairness! But what, pray tell, is even remotely fair about 47 percent of the population paying zero, zip, nada in taxes, yet soaking up a hugely
Fla. (AP) — Newt Gingrich is presenting an increasingly contradictory picture to Florida voters, portraying himself as an anti-establishment outsider and a consummate Washington insider, often in the same speech. While some
Newt Gingrich slammed GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney for "carpet-bombing" his record ahead of Tuesday's presidential primary in Florida, trying to cut into the resurgent front-runner's lead in the final 48 hours before the vote.