Running for president may have been the worst thing for Texas Gov. Rick Perry‘s career. Continue reading “Rick Perry 2012: Texas governor less popular at home than Obama”
Does PolitiFact live up to its name? Or does it live up to its name a little too well?
This is the basis of most of the criticism of the PolitiFact feature of the Tampa Bay Times (ugh, there is that name change again). Continue reading “Does PolitiFact Do Its Job? Or Do They Do It Too Well?”
Newt Gingrich‘s claim to provide “character witnesses” to rebut the ABC interview with his second wife seems false, Eric Deggans writes today in his blog The Feed. Continue reading “CNN Proves Newt Gingrich’s Offering Witnesses Claim Not True”
A former employee filed a whistle-blower lawsuit Friday against BP, claiming he was fired over concerns he raised about cleanup efforts in the Gulf of Mexico. August Wilson, fired from a “state planning lead” position on the Mississippi cleanup, says that the oil company only cleaned up tar balls, ignoring other, smaller oil debris. Continue reading “Ex-BP Worker Files Whistleblower Suit Over Gulf Cleanup”
This is some frightening stuff…
Is this the level of discourse to which we have stooped?
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