In the almost 2 hour saga that is the Christie Presser, probably the most egregious of all statements have just been made.
Chris Christie's press conference into the lane closures on the George Washington bridge was beauty. His playing of the victim card was worthy of an Oscar, until he overplayed it in a major way.
Everyone has heard by now of the huge scandal plaguing N.J. Gov. Chris Christie; the one involving a bridge. What you may not have heard is how it's an example of bi-partisanship being bad.
The latest outrage comes from rightwing heaven, Breitbart. With each paragraph in the article, the facts become more skewed and the attempts to smear the program become more comical.
Here's a story of problems plaguing people trying to sign up for health benefits and met with a website that seems to constantly be down.
After months of fighting with healthcare.gov, I was finally able to sign up and pick a plan, with great coverage.
Following anti-gay comments in an interview, the duck call king may have seen his final curtain call.
The new top dog at the FCC has made some statements that appear to contradict even the FCC's own net neutrality rule
With more and more cases of people exhibiting a desire to assassinate the President of the United States, it's time for the right wing media to accept their responsibility in breeding these dangerous people.
In the past few years states have been passing laws to allow people to carry guns into bars. The combination is deadily and we now have a case to prove it.
George Zimmerman is back in the news, this time arrested for pointing a gun at his girlfriend. Here is the details of the charge, along with the 911 audio.
Sure healthcare.gov is a nightmare, facing tons of problems, but that is nothing compared to the hundreds of billions in failures plaguing the Department of Defense.
In the latest round of a prelude to 2016, Sen. Rand Paul has made an attack against Chris Christie that is all but certain to backfire.
Following an explosive report about the key whistleblower in Benghazi, CBS news has been forced to take down their story and the lead reporter apologize
Another story occured the night the Senate voted to reopen the government. That was the story of $3 billion going to Kentucky for a Dam project along the Ohio River. Now both sides are furious at McConnell.