House Speaker John Boehner recently announced who will chair all of the major House committees in the next Congress. And it turns out that they all have something in common besides party affiliation: they are all white men.
Republicans Warned with Dire Consequences by Former Bush Adviser Karen Hughes over Rape and Abortion
Despite warnings from David Letterman, Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney does not seem interested in making an appearance on his late night show. But, that cannot stop the late night show host to poke fun at the GOP ticket.
Just a few more weeks to go until the Election Day, both Democrats and Republicans are trying hard to get the public to sway to their corner and vote for their choice candidate. But Virginia Republican Party has adopted an offensive approach of campaigning against President Obama by posting racial images on the GOP’s Facebook page. The images portray the president as a caveman, a thug and a witchdoctor among other things.
In this episode of the Truth Serum: Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has a double digit lead in polls in three of the four nominating States in a run up to the GOP primaries. In a matter of a few months he has reinvigorated a campaign that lay in tatters in June 2011. We take a look at his stance on foreign policy matters, on ethics on family and personal values. Does a hypocritical pattern emerge? You be the judge.
Newt Gingrich did quite well in the GOP debate October 18 (last night if you don’t have a calendar), and some have suggested that he’s next in line to lead the polls. The video at the bottom shows one of his best moments from the Republican debate (look around the 5-minute mark), but we first give a brief synopsis of what he did that the other presidential hopefuls didn’t.
Gary Johnson takes a huge shot at President Obama in the following video from last night’s Republican Debate. The joke called out Obama’s ability, or lack thereof, to create jobs during his tenure as president and went as follows: “My neighbor’s two dogs have created more shovel-ready projects than this president.”
Clint Eastwood voiced his opinion quite clearly on gay marriage during the October issue interview with GQ, while promoting his upcoming film J. Edgar – with Leonardo DiCaprio. The Oscar winning director declared the opposition ridiculous, summing up his support for gays with one simple phrase, “I don’t give a f*ck about who gets married to anybody else.”
Clint Eastwood has been an ardent supporter of the GOP since he was 21, but apparently he does not agree with their assaults on marriage equality. MORE
So, Bill Maher really cannot keep his opinions to himself. And someone who can spell it out like it really is – well, we really love that of course. Maher made an appearance on the “Tonight Show” with Jay Leno to give his political perspective and to offer President Obama some advice. MORE