Republicans once sought community group ACORN's tax information using the same law Democrats now cite to see Donald Trump's tax returns.
Breitbart led the charge, but Democrats delivered the killing blow. Has anyone really learned?
Project Veritas' failed WaPo sting operation was the organization's latest attempt at exposing alleged "corruption."
Easy Watching: Agatha Christie's "The Witness for the Prosecution" in Must-See New Television Version
Now another nifty version our way comes from screenwriter Sarah Phelps and from Acorn (airing Monday, January 30, check listings
"But Bob," you may be saying, "What can I do to stop Trump? I'm just one person, and I have a job and family and obligations
According to some statistics, And Then There Were None is bestselling Agatha Christie's all-time bestseller. It's been filmed more than once, perhaps the favorite adaptation until recently being the 1945 20th Century Fox version.
Unsubstantiated ideas are frequently published in the news media without a rigorous investigation into their veracity. Following their initial publication, these ideas are cited and re-cited by other news media organizations, and sometimes the originators themselves, creating a phenomenon known as "circular reporting," repeatedly breathing life into lies so long as they are not fact-checked.
Arguably the best television comedy of the year, if not years, arrives on these shores today. But not on network, cable, Netflix, Hulu or Amazon.
In other words, Republicans think President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder have concocted a big, covert scam
The mere demise of ACORN, of course, didn't end the Republican assault. The House GOP over and over blocked federal funding
In other words, if some anti-porn crusader tried to enforce the rider in court, the court would have to wade through a jurisprudential
Forty years ago today, President Nixon addressed the nation to announce he would be resigning the next day -- the only time in US history this has happened. Today, President Obama announced the US will be dropping bombs on Iraq once again. That's a pretty heavy-duty amount of the past to contemplate, in one week.
The massive new appropriations bill unveiled Monday night includes four provisions that block funding to the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, an anti-poverty activist group better known as ACORN.