The “who said what” buzz came in full force this election year through campaign ads, public appearances, and even tweets. But who are the politicians that shocked and zinged the most? Here’s a roundup of the year’s most memorable political quotes.
Letters to the Editor for the May 26, 2014 weekly magazine:I don’t doubt that the people at Fox News all are beautiful human beings. I just don’t care for the way they seem to slant the truth to push an agenda or be controversial.I don’t think the differences in people’s political views should be characterized as Republican versus Democrat. I see the difference as being constitutionalists versus anarchists.
With 'Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey' astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson will take a new TV generation on a tour through the wonders of the known and unknown universe, 34 years after Carl Sagan's award-winning series, 'Cosmos: A Personal Voyage' became the most widely watched show on public television.
As the Papal conclave gets underway in Rome, the Twittersphere is lighting up with final farewells from some of the 115 cardinals, as well as comedians.
The popular White House walk-throughs have been canceled because of the 'sequester,' and Donald Trump is among those offering to help keep them going.
Biden-Ryan debate moderator is Martha Raddatz. The conservative Daily Caller posted a blog about the ABC News veteran, alleging bias because of her '90s marriage to an Obama appointee.
Liberal watchdog group Media Matters are running anti-Rush Limbaugh ads in eight cities in an attempt to get stations to drop his show. This might be a battle Limbaugh is more comfortable fighting.
Feminist activists Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem are calling for the FCC to take action against Rush Limbaugh. Doing so, however, could create complications.
As the Rush Limbaugh-Sandra Fluke controversy enters its second week, conservatives work to shift the conversation to left-leaning comedian Bill Maher and his rude comments about women.
As the controversy over Rush Limbaugh's insult enters its second week, comedian Bill Maher says it's time for liberals to accept his apology and move on. Of course that's really Sandra Fluke's call.