ED SCHULTZ: Welcome back to “The Ed Show.” Today a conservative blog posted documents filed with the United States Department of Labor stating that unions had paid Ed Schultz broadcasting nearly $200,000. Those documents are correct. Several unions have, indeed, paid me for advertising for speeches. Some of you may have even attended those speeches. …
President Obama has fought opponents of gun control “every step of the way,” according to a new campaign ad for Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D., Ill.). Hitting Rep. Jackson’s opponent, Debbie Halverson, on her gun control record, the ad says: “Debbie Halvorson sided and voted with the Republicans and the NRA against gun control […] …
In a marathon Thursday session over a highway transportation bill, Senate Democrats blocked three energy amendments, killing legislation to expand offshore oil drilling, push forward with the Keystone XL oil pipeline, and delay EPA clean-air regulations.
CBS News White House correspondent Mark Knoller tweeted Friday that President Obama called Russian president-elect Vladimir Putin from Air Force to congratulate him on his victory in the 2012 Russian presidential race.
Members of the House and Senate are moving forward with new legislation that would allow state and local governments to deny business licenses to any company that invests in Iran’s energy sector, the Washington Free Beacon has learned.
Jodi Rudoren, the New York Times’ Jerusalem bureau chief who caused a stir in the pro-Israel community when she cozied up to extremist critics of Israel on Twitter and would not say whether she considers herself a Zionist, incorrectly wrote that the nation’s largest pro-Israel lobby works directly for the Jewish state.
Schultz received $190,000 from the Communications Workers of America for “representational activities,” according to the U.S. Department of Labor.