After O'Reilly does a talking points memo on how all the network anchors are liberals, Bob Beckel tells him it makes no difference.
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Hillary laughs over Benghazi.
Posting something on Facebook is not in and of itself evidence.
The president wants to make sure those wind turbines are manufactured here in China. Just like A123's batteries and Solyndra's solar panels.
Check out this column, as a green energy guy talks about how dumb it is to give government loan guarantees to green energy companies.
The problem is that the government is helping to pick the winners and losers and, well, even venture capitalists aren't that good at doing it sometimes. The government definitely isn't. Why should one company, like Solyndra, be deemed worthy of below-market loan rates while another company struggles to access capital? If this could be done efficiently, fairly, and most importantly, with a solid return, then it might be one of the tactics to bridge the gap between the incumbent trillion dollar fossil fuel industry which is heavily, heavily subsidized, and the budding, better, and less well capitalized challenger (solar). Unfortunately, it can't, so it's not.
The paths to victory for both campaigns are laid out as CNN updates its electoral map, giving North Carolina to Mitt Romney.
The campaign field coordinator for Virginia congressman Jim Moran - his son, Patrick Moran - is caught in a video sting encouraging an 'actor' to fraudulently vote in place of registered, but inactive, voters. At first, Moran thinks it might be too much work to be productive, but then he starts giving advice on how to forge documents and circumvent the law.
The sting was conducted by Jame O'Keefe. Stick around for the whole video - it's better in its entirety than the clips at the beginning.
Mitt tries to create an air of inevitability that will help lead to victory in a new web video called Momentum.
Clint Eastwood's new pro-Mitt ad done by American Crossroads.
... we borrow $4 billion every day, much of it from China... There isn't much time left, and the future of our country is at stake...
AB Stoddard, who writes for The Hill, is usually pretty mild mannered. But she wasn't calm in her assessment of the president's debate performance Monday.
I thought that President Obama at times was defensive and a little bit desperate, I thought he was obnoxious... But I thought he won the debate in that he didn't lose the debate... he didn't fail...
The controversy over Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's rape comments has national implications, as the Republican just started airing an endorsement ad from Mitt Romney.
This fall, I'm supporting Richard Mourdock for senate... As senator, Richard will be the 51st vote to repeal and replace government run health care... Richard will help stop the liberal Reid/Pelosi agenda...
Indiana Republican Richard Mourdock, who knocked incumbent Dick Lugar out of the race in the GOP primary, created a firestorm with his remarks about rape at the general election debate last night.
I struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize life is that gift from God. And I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.
Mourdock was leading the race by 5% in a Rasmussen poll released 10 days ago.