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Indiana Editors: We Won't Use Governor's "Troubling" News Service | Blog | Media Matters for America

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s plan to launch what some are calling a “state-run news service” is drawing harsh criticism from Indiana news outlets who say the move is a blatant effort to bypass the press and spin information. 110 more words


Bernie Sanders Shows How Reagan Helped Destroy The Middle Class

WASHINGTON — President Ronald Reagan remains a venerated figure in American politics, even as folks on the left have been taking a more critical look at his economic legacy in recent years. 180 more words


2016 Election - When Trends Collide - NationalJournal.com

An oft-cited statistic is that, in five of the six post-World-War-II elections that took place after one party had held the White House for eight consecutive years, or two terms, the party defending the presidency lost. 151 more words


How Roger Ailes Built the Fox News Fear Factory | Rolling Stone

At the Fox News holiday party the year the network overtook archrival CNN in the cable ratings, tipsy employees were herded down to the basement of a Midtown bar in New York. 181 more words


Cheney "Fears Being Tried as a War Criminal" - ABC News

Former Vice President Dick Cheney’s memoir, “In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir,” is out Tuesday, and it’s full of criticism and attacks on his Bush administration colleagues — from describing Condoleezza Rice as “tearfully admitting” he was right on the war in Iraq to revealing private conversations with George W. 169 more words


Addicting Info – DNC Sends Thank You Note To Sarah Palin For Embarrassing Herself At Conservative Summit (VIDEO)

Saturday couldn’t have been more embarrassing for Sarah Palin, until the DNC sent her a thank you note.

After declaring a strong interest in running for president in 2016 on Thursday and again on Friday, she promptly took the stage at the Iowa Freedom Summit a day later and proceeded to demonstrate why she should never be allowed in the White House. 86 more words