If you happened to be, watching CNBC’s on Monday afternoon and saw the rude performance by Rand Paul in his interview with anchor Kelly Evans than you are more than familiar with this abysmal excuse for public discourse. If you missed it, … [Read more...]
Warren-Brown Debate Debacle
From Boston.com: Senator Scott Brown said today that he will accept a debate at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, but only on the condition that Vicki Kennedy stay neutral in the election and MSNBC drop out as the sponsor. The campaign … [Read more...]
What Is the True Nature Of The Fox News Network?
The recent firing of Juan Williams by NPR for comments made on the Fox News and his affiliation with that network has created an interesting sidebar to this now all too familiar affair. The renewed scrutiny of NPR for its alleged liberal … [Read more...]
Mislead Enough Already: An Emerging Tea Party Dilemma
Taxes, more than any other issue is what drives the Tea Party movement. Thus those philosophical arguments related to taxation and the resulting size of government constitute the very essence of the rationale for the movement's … [Read more...]
MSNBC’s Airing the McVeigh Tapes: Sensationalism or Timely Reminder?
On April 19th, on the fifteenth anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing, MSNBC will televise live footage of interviews with Timothy McVeigh, the right wing mastermind of the attack. In light of all the turbulence and controversy … [Read more...]
Rachel Maddow Takes out Full Page Ad in Globe: “I’m Not Running”
"Hi, I'm Rachel Maddow. I host a TV show on MSNBC. I also live in Western Massachusetts, in the beautiful hilltowns of Hampshire County. "This week, our new U.S. Senator, Scott Brown, sent a fundraising letter that says I'm running against … [Read more...]
When does it end?
How much more of this monarchist-like flummery can we possibly endure??? Case in point, today's web edition (is there any other) of Politico.com where we are tutored on the actual dangers a president faces when he is, well, "perfect" … [Read more...]
Rep. Fagan attacked by MSNBC
I don't usually post to blogs, but after watching Rep. James Fagan of Taunton on MSNBC's Dan Abrams tonight, I felt compelled to do something. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25... Abrams, grandstanding patronizingly yells at Fagan to apologize … [Read more...]
Developing Story – MSNBC Making Pitches To Become Eulogy Channel
As we continue to review the voluminous sales package provided by our source, NBC/MSNBC are offering a vast array of options, from special, highlighted news item mentions, to by-the-hour tributes, to multiple day, 24/7 broadcasting, … [Read more...]
Good Thing Frank Rich Doesn’t Work For MSNBC!
"Like the scripted "Ask President Bush" sessions during the 2004 campaign, this town hall seemed to unfold in Stepford. The anodyne questions ("What else would you do to help take care of our veterans?") merely cued up laundry lists of … [Read more...]