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CNN's Costello Rips Congress for Adjourning While 'Rome Burns'; Hounds GOP Rep. On Impeachment

Carol Costello badgered Congressman Matt Salmon on Thursday's CNN Newsroom over Congress choosing to go into recess instead of dealing with issues like illegal immigration: "Congress is again the ...
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CBS Hypes Democrats Fundraising Off Impeachment, Dismisses Boehner Lawsuit

In the wake of Speaker of the House John Boehner’s impending lawsuit against President Obama, CBS This Morning did their best to minimize its merits and instead promote Democratic ...
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Unhinged MSNBC Host: Sarah Palin Made 'Treasonous Accusations' Against Obama

MSNBC host Michael Eric Dyson on Wednesday lashed out at Sarah Palin, accusing the conservative of committing "treason" against Barack Obama by calling for the President's impeachment. The guest ...
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Ed Schultz Dismisses the Release of Taliban Prisoners: Were They Really 'the Absolute Worst?'

A near-hysterical Ed Schultz on Wednesday lashed out against Republicans for questioning the prisoner swap made by President Obama that released five terrorists from Guantanamo Bay. The MSNBC ...
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MSNBC's Wolffe: Ted Cruz 'Inflaming' 'Fringe' Who Are 'Racist'

On Tuesday's PoliticsNation, Executive Editor Richard Wolffe accused Texas Senator Ted Cruz of "encouraging, inflaming and yes, flirting" with "fringe elements" who are "very ugly" and ...

Influential Editor Tanenhaus: Nixon, Reagan, and Bush 'Committed Impeachable Offenses Probably'

The Times' Week in Review and Sunday Book editor again goes on the PBS talk show Charlie Rose to again declare conservatism dead, with a new twist: Reagan and George W. Bush "probably" could have ...

Did "Hyperpartisan" Era Really Begin With Clinton's Impeachment?

Peter Baker's partisanship timeline conveniently ignores the unfair treatment by liberals of Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas.

Trump: Pelosi Should Have Impeached Bush

Real estate mogul says price fixing like OPEC would land people in jail; praises Palin for strength on economic issues.
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