REP. DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ (D-FL): We shouldn't be surprised because in the do-nothingist of do-nothing Congresses on a day when I leave this interview I'm going to go to the House floor and actually debate why we shouldn't be voting for the first time in American history to sue the president of the United States for doing his job. And doing his
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: The substance is a very serious issue. And I think Democrats will regret not having taken seriously the president's overreach on domestic issues which I think are unprecedented. There has always been argument about the president's powers on foreign affairs. No president, for example, has accepted the restrictions of the War Pow
PRESIDENT OBAMA: So some of the things we’re doing without Congress are making a difference, but we could do so much more if Congress would just come on and help out a little bit. Just come on. Come on and help out a little bit. Stop being mad all the time. Stop just hating all the time. Come on. Let’s get some work done together. They did p
ARI MELBER, MSNBC HOST: As we're talking about restoring civil rights here, you know you stirred up a lot of controversy with the 2010 comments SEN. RAND PAUL: Me? Controversy? MELBER: Part of what you said at the time, Senator, is that you had concerns about the rules for private business while you support most of the Civil Rights Act. Why
ARI MELBER, MSNBC: Senator Paul, in your view, is the enforcement of the war on drugs racist? SEN. RAND PAUL: Well, I think it has a racial outcome is a better way to put it. I think it's inadvertent. So, I don't think everybody is plotting to make it that way, but you can't escape the facts that 3 out of 4 people in prison are black or brown o
MARK LEVIN: Have you noticed something in the last 48 or 72 hours about this word impeachment? Have you noticed that the Democrats and the RINO Republicans are playing games with our constitution? For the last six or seven minutes all over our favorite cable channel we've had via the news and the commentators going on and on about how the kooks hav
REP. MO BROOKS (R-AL): But we're busy in Washington. Maybe Congressman Clyburn didn't see it, but the president said that impeachment is off the table. And I can assure you that there is zero chance, it's an effort of in futility. If you couldn't get an impeachment of Bill Clinton when he committed perjury, there's no way in the world you're going
REP. JOHN LEWIS (D-GA): Mr. Speaker, this resolution is a waste of time and money. We are sent to Congress to make progress on behalf of the people of this nation. Yet, House Republicans spend all of their time and energy fighting this president. Why? Republicans need to jump off the bandwagon of political attacks and come together to jump start th
CHRIS MATTHEWS: They want to have the kids in school -- their grandkids, great grandkids, when they read their little history books, they want to see pictures of the president and the picture of George W. Bush and then the next republican president. they don't want Obama on the list. They don't want him there... The haters, the people who want to i
BILL O'REILLY: In a provocation the White House has not seen since the Vietnam War, the Russian dictator Putin is trying to humiliate Barack Obama. Apparently, the Russians have now violated the 1987 missile treaty by testing a new type of cruise missile. Also, Putin continues to attack Ukraine as military units inside Russia are firing rockets int
ALEX WAGNER, MSNBC: There has been some criticism directed towards Democrats and Democratic organizations that they have overreached on the issue of impeachment and they have overfundraised. By one count, there were 21 e-mails sent to fundraise off the notion of impeaching the president. Do you think that the Democrats have overstepped? REP. DE
A.B. Stoddard, Juan Williams, Charles Krauthammer, and Bret Baier discuss.
During a speech to young Africans on Wednesday First Lady Michelle Obama said that the "blood of Africa" runs through her veins. MICHELLE OBAMA: As an African-American woman, this conversation is deeply personal to me. The roots of my family tree are in Africa. As you know my husband's father was born and raised in Kenya. Members of
Hobby Lobby won a religious exemption from a birth control rule, now The Satanic Temple wants a religious exemption from abortion consent laws. Elaborate joke or legitimate legal case?