A new TV ad created by the liberal House Majority Pac is a great example of how political advertising can lie even when it appears it is giving truthful, sourced information to the voters.
MSNBC host Chuck Todd is unhappy with the fuss being made over the first handshake between sitting Presidents of the United States and Cuba in thirteen years, and calls Fox News' coverage of the event "pandering."
Like several other major media outlets, USA Today tried to frame Obama’s handshake with Raul Castro, repressive communist dictator of Cuba, as a respectful nod to Mandela’s legacy of reconciliation with recent historical precedent.
National Review Online’s Charles C. W. Cooke published a must-read piece Monday on the degree to which MSNBC has retreated into its self-created, extreme-left “alternative universe.” Citing a recent Pew study that compares the reporting bias of the major news networks, Cooke highlights just how radically slanted MSNBC’s “reporting” has become.
Just weeks before labeling the term "Obamacare" a racist and hateful word conceived by "wealthy white men," designed to elevate themselves "above and apart from a black man" and to "shame and divide and degrade," MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry employed the same racist and derogatory term herself on her own show. It's time for Harris-Perry to call for her own suspension.
On Piers Morgan Live Monday, Dan Rather, who himself had been fired from CBS for journalistic missteps, came to the defense of the beleaguered Lara Logan, insisting that CBS should be merciful and judge her against her “whole record” rather than one fraudulent report.
Tactless Piers Morgan suggests using CGI to superimpose Paul Walker’s head on another actor’s body.
During a Monday segment about possible Tea Party vs. GOP establishment candidates, Matthews moved away from comparing Obama to the Pope and Jesus and on to bashing the Republican party.
After mentioning 24 Republican-run states have declined the expansion, MSNBC host Brian Shactman asked Rep. Rosa DeLauro how "we" could get the White House's "message out there a little more" in an attempt to turn things around for Obamacare.
Because Republicans believe that extensions of welfare programs “turn safety nets into hammocks,” they don’t care about the plight of the poor, according to Sharpton.