Monday Jul 14
Media Matters for America
CNBC's Net Neutrality Conflict Of Interest Hidden On Closing Bell
CNBC's Closing Bell hid its own conflict of interest and the industry ties of the telecommunications industry front group Broadband for America while providing co-chairs of the group a platform to attack government regulations of the Internet and broadband access.
In the Dark: Obama, Staff Learn of Scandals From News Reports
The Obama administration has been engulfed in an unending stream of scandals - and President Barack Obama learned of most of them through news reports.
Real Clear Politics
Hey New Hampshire, Bob Smith Is Back
Two months before the New Hampshire Republican Senate primary, Bob Smith was scrutinizing a shopping cart full of watermelons near the checkout line at Sully's Market.
John Sununu to Newsmax: Obama Impeachment 'Will Divide the Country'
Impeaching President Barack Obama is "a bad political policy" that will destroy Republican chances for winning the Senate in November, former White House Chief of Staff John Sununu told Newsmax on Thursday.
Drew Cline: Scott Brown plans to win over NH one handshake at a time
During the 2012 Massachusetts U.S. Senate race, Elizabeth Warren relentlessly attacked Scott Brown, who is pro-choice, as anti-woman.
Sunshine State News
Jeb Bush Faces Political Hazards in Backing Charlie Baker
Jeb Bush drew fire from Debbie Wasserman Schultz for attending a fundraiser for Massachusetts Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker on Wednesday -- but that's not where the real peril comes from.
Mitt Romney campaigns with Scott Brown in New Hampshire
Former Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., speaks during a campaign event in New Hampshire as 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney looks on.