Palin makes a bizarre statement reminiscent of the Adam Sandler buffoon: 'They don't flag the molecules, where it's going and where it's not'
John McCain is making a big show of criticizing the government "bailout" of insurance giant AIG. But it turns out that AIG is one of the largest donors to his pet think-tank.
Ever since Sarah Palin became a vice presidential candidate, the GOP has battled the plain facts to present her as a reformer.
Palin's opposition to government-supported renewable energy makes her stupendously ill equipped for national office.
Puncturing John McCain's Teddy Roosevelt persona will require brutal honesty from Barack Obama--about the causes of the crash and the regulatory solutions.
Andy Warhol would have loved Sarah Palin. She really is the ultimate soup can.
As Wall Street crumbles and hurricanes rip through the southern United States, Stewart sees the brighter side: a hot VP candidate.
Maher says, 'If you describe [Palin] accurately, there's no way you can do that and not sound condescending.'
To win this election and save the country, Obama must renounce the scoundrels from both parties who plunged us into economic crisis.
The idea that Sarah Palin is experienced, ethical and wise would be laughable, if it weren't so alarming.