The Huffington Post: Fox News: Where Facts Get in the Way.
To celebrate what would be Webster’s 256th birthday, here are 26 of some of the most curious, most surprising and most obscure words from Webster’s Dictionary in one handy A to Z….
During his show on Wednesday, Stephen Colbert hilariously mocked Sean Hannity for the ridiculous “Question of the Day” segment on his Fox News program from Tuesday.
In the segment, Hannity turned the question of…
First it was North Carolina, now it’s Illinois. Same pattern of voter suppression by fraudulent mailing, too.
Joan McCarter at Daily Kos:
The Kochs’ Americans for Prosperity must have decided they need to do some “voter information” in what’s an awfully tight race for governor in Illinois. According to the Daily Kos Elections Outlook, there’s about a 4-point spread between Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn and Republican Bruce Rauner. Enter AFP to try to create a little chaos in the election. And like in North Carolina, where they sent hundreds of thousands of fraudulent mailers, they’re upsetting people by sending mailers to their dead loved ones.
DECATUR – It’s not uncommon for residents such as Maryilynn Baer to receive political mail before the general election.
But when recent letter came to her home that asked for her husband, Edgar, to re-register to vote before the November election, Baer was overwhelmed and upset.
Her husband had been dead since May.