Quantcast
Home » Archives » Video » Politics (Page 344)

Civil rights icon moved to tears by Alabama police chief’s apology

Rep. John Lewis (R-GA) was moved to tears on Saturday by an apology from a police chief in Montgomery, Alabama, who said his department utterly failed to protect civil rights marchers as they disembarked from a Grayhound bus into a segregated terminal in 1961. Lewis was one of 21 protesters…

Lindsey Graham: McCain and I are ‘hell-bent’ on pursuing Benghazi

Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday declared that he and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) were “hell-bent” on continuing to investigate the September 2012 attacks that killed four Americans in Benghazi. In an appearance together on CBS News, both McCain and Graham suggested that they would hold up John…

David Gregory spars with Boehner: ‘Mr. Speaker, that’s just not true’

Meet the Press host David Gregory repeatedly pressed Speaker of the House Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) to explain why he believed President Obama was to blame for the automatic budget cuts that went into effect Friday when Congress failed to reach a compromise. He never got an answer that quite…

Howard Kurtz rips Hannity for comparing black Democrat to the KKK

CNN media critic Howard Kurtz on Sunday said that Fox News host Sean Hannity had “surrendered the high ground” when he followed up an explosive interview with Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) by comparing the African-American congressman to a white supremacist hate group. In an interview last week, Ellison had appeared…

Former Bush aide: Palin ‘wasn’t competent enough’ for Fox News and diminishes CPAC

President George W. Bush’s former chief strategist Matthew Dowd is slamming the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) for snubbing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) while inviting former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R), who he asserts “wasn’t competent enough to keep a Fox News contract.” Wall Street Journal editor Paul…

Dennis Rodman: ‘My friend’ Kim Jung Un just wants Obama to call him

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman, whose fame stemmed as much from his on-court talent as it did from his perpetually bizarre antics,  said on Sunday that North Korean leader Kim Jung Un is a good guy, albeit a misunderstood one. And, he added, Kim does not want a war with the…

Bill Kristol: Romney lost Latinos because they want free health care

Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol says that Latino voters decided to support President Barack Obama over former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in 2012 because they wanted government handouts like free health care “and thought Obamacare provided it.” During a panel discussion on Fox News Sunday, Kristol told host Chris…

Romney says Obama is like a Roman emperor: ‘Nero is fiddling’

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney asserted in a recent interview that President Barack Obama was like the Roman emperor, Nero, who was “fiddling” while Rome burned. “It kills me not to be there, not to be in the White House doing what needs to be done,” Romney told Fox…

Ann Romney: ‘I’m happy to blame the media’ for election loss

Ann Romney says that she blames the media for her husband’s loss in the 2012 presidential election because the “universally felt opinion” is that reporters wanted President Barack Obama to be re-elected. “I’m happy to blame the media,” Ann Romney told Fox News host Chris Wallace in an interview that…

Touré rips Scalia’s remarks on Voting Rights Act: ‘Completely racist’

Friday night on MSNBC’s “Martin Bashir” show, host Martin Bashir welcomed Touré, co-host of “The Cycle,” who discussed Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s remarks characterizing 1965′s Voting Rights Act as “racial entitlement.” Touré called the sitting justice’s statements “completely racist” and wondered that in the face of so much evidence…

Google+