Sorry, fact checkers at Associated Press: you are wrong about Barack Obama’s claim that Mitt Romney’s accusation that Obama went on an “apology tour” was a “whopper” (of a lie). You sniffed, “Romney has repeatedly and wrongly accused the president of traveling the world early in his presidency and apologizing for U.S. behavior. Obama didn’t say ‘sorry’ in those travels.”
No need for more security at our embassies, we just need to talk about our differences, according to President Obama.
In an ad airing on Pakistani TV, President Obama and Secretary Clinton are shown speaking against the video that started it all rather than the unnecessary violence.
George Zimmerman gave a statement in court during his bail hearing.
It's another sign of the blah times: The sordid details of our public figures' none too private scandals have grown beyond boring.
Hannity explains the damage Obama has done.
"Meet the Press" host David Gregory asked his panel "where civility has gone in our public discourse." Incredibly, one panelist urged people to be more "mature" and not "poison the atmosphere."
The first apology by Rush Limbaugh, posted on his website over the weekend, sounded forced, qualified, almost defensive. The second, broadcast live on his Monday show, sounded sincere and heartfelt.