It’s a weekday, which means that Jeb Bush’s presidential campaign isn’t going very well. He’s stuck in single-digit polling territory and his favorability ratings are poor. He’s running around defending himself after saying weird things about black people. Show More Summary
This from the supposed intellectual candidate in the GOP primary.
Radio host Michael Berry said "black people don't know how to exist without white people to blame their problems on" and "most white people would like to get as far from black people as they possibly could and never have to see another...Show More Summary
Will Joe Biden get in? Will Rand Paul get out? Can Ben Carson and Bernie Sanders keep tallying huge fundraising reports?
Below, I spoke of Thomas Sowell. Another Tom Terrific serves in the Senate, from Arkansas. Get a load of this: “Three years ago when President Obama’s opponent [Mitt Romney] said that Russia was our chief geopolitical rival, President Obama chuckled, said the 1980s called and they want their foreign policy back. Show More Summary
Ben Carson on Wednesday responded to a question about climate change with a long diatribe about the planet, science, evolution, and even wondered aloud where gravity comes from."You don't believe in evolution or climate change
"The political class dances for the donor class," Huckabee's strange "Strip Club" ad contends
The martyrdom of Cecile Richards continues. On MSNBC on Tuesday night, the Planned Parenthood executive complained about Republicans’ “sexist” comments: In Richards’ defense, she is only parroting the line of congressional Democrats....Show More Summary
Carl's Jr. doesn't care what it has to do to to get your attention. Is it taking a stand on immigration? Debatable
Becky Gerritson from the Wetumpka Tea Party delivered a powerful and emotional testimony at the House Ways and Means committee... The post GOOD NEWS! Popular Tea Party Leader Becky Gerritson Announces Run for Congress appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Perhaps nobody on the planet knows more about intelligence protocol than Edward Snowden. If Snowden says it's "completely ridiculous" to believe that Clinton's emails were safe, then yes, it's fair to include his viewpoint in any critique of Hillary Clinton's latest controversy. Show More Summary
"We’re trying to bring normality to what it is, and bringing truthful and honest characters to the screen."Said R.J. Mitte, who played Walt Jr. on "Breaking Bad," in a lecture here at the University of Wisconsin last night. Mitte has cerebral palsy.Here's a scene with him from the show (complaining about veggie bacon). Show More Summary
Gay activists Robin Trevino and Jason Delgatto went to Memories Pizza in Indiana and bought two pizzas for their third... The post Gay Activists Mock ‘Memories Pizza’ After They Buy 2 Pizzas for Their 3rd Gay Wedding appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
From the Thursday edition of the Morning Jolt… Obama’s Stubborn Refusal to See Putin for What He Is A reader asked, “What on earth is [John] Kerry thinking? We can’t work with Russia.” Diplomats never want to admit they can’t work with someone, because then they’re admitting they failed. Show More Summary
CNBC is trying to narrow the GOP field, limiting participation in its primetime debate on Oct 28 to only those candidates with a polling average above 2.5 percent. That threshold may keep Rand Paul off the debate stage if he can’t improve his numbers nationally, while Chris Christie, John Kasich, Mike Huckabee are at risk…
Happy October! Shouldn't we be having an Oktoberfest or something? Spelling things with a "k" and such? Well, maybe we can dig up some stories that have been fermenting in a cave since last March. How about that? Hey, any story probably sounds good if you've got an oompah band behind you. Show More Summary
The news comes as Trump hotel workers in Las Vegas fight with management over unionization. The post Why Are The Teamsters Reportedly Meeting With Donald Trump? appeared first on ThinkProgress.
When crime and policing surface on the campaign trail, the senator from Vermont often changes the subject to economics.
Echoing U.S. invasion of Iraq, Putin bombs Syria on anti-terror pretext. Neocons say U.S. must respond. But how?