Tonight on his MSNBC show Countdown, host Keith Olbermann did something really odd. He started a feud with The Dallas Morning News, because an editor there posted a blog that compared Olbermann to Glenn Beck and criticized his coverage of the special election. Olbermann fired back with a quick comment tonight.
On his MSNBC show Countdown, host Keith Olbermann reminded the teabaggers, who just now seem to have figured out what the name means, where the term teabagger came from. Hint: it wasn't Maddow or Olbermann but the teabaggers themselves who coined the term.
Right wingers are always complaining about how that mean liberal Jon Stewart is always picking on them and their network Fox News, well on Monday night's The Daily Show, Stewart unloaded on the gaffe riddled campaign of Democratic Senate candidate Martha Coakley. Check out the video.
Tonight on her program the Rachel Maddow Show, Rachel Maddow and guest Joan Vennochi delivered some clear analysis of the factors that are contributing to the close nature of the Massachusetts US Senate race. They pointed out that the race is more complicated than Obama and healthcare.
Tonight on his MSNBC program Countdown, host Keith Olbermann directed one of his quick comments towards Republican Massachusetts Senate candidate Scott Brown. He said, "In short, in Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against women..."
On his radio show today, Rush Limbaugh claimed that Obama's declaration of 9/11 as a day of service is really nothing more than Obama recruiting people to support him. He said, "There are endless and countless examples of subtle and not so subtle efforts by this White House to recruit and organize Americans."
A perfect example of genuine judicial activism, look no further than the case of Hillary - the Movie, officially known as Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, only instead of so-called liberal activists, this merely represents the most recent example of blatant activism committed by the ultraconservative five-justice majority of the United States Supreme Court.
Moderates and independents need to start paying very close attention in future elections, as the right is running “stealth candidates”. Since apparently, the majority of voters don’t want a religious extremist racist in office, the only thing for a teabagging birther like Scott Brown to do is LIE about their beliefs in order to get elected.
The effort of newly created Clinton Bush Haiti Fund will kick into high gear on Sunday as both Clinton and Bush will appear on all of the morning talk shows. The appearances will be George W. Bush's first since leaving office. In contrast to his former vice president, Bush is showing Cheney how he is supposed to act.
Tuesday’s special US Senate election in Massachusetts presents a critical moment for both the Obama administration and the Democratic Party, which is why Democrats need to mobilize to prevent Republicans from possibly derailing the Obama agenda.
Sarah Palin's much-anticipated debut on Fox News this week has not gone well. From O'Reilly's condescension to Beck's mocking of her paranoia, this has been a rough roll out for the ambitious, yet ignorant, and paranoid Palin.
The attempted Christmas day terror attack has thrust the issue of terrorism back into the spotlight, while the cynical, paranoid neo-con chicken hawks have looked to exploit the issue for political gain. Here is how the US can battle al-Qaeda without giving into fear and changing who we are.
On his MSNBC program Hardball tonight, host Chris Matthews took Sarah Palin to task for not knowing who the Founding Fathers were during her interview with Glenn Beck yesterday. Matthews said, America was the book she didn't read, yet she is running around this country as this patriotic icon of American what?"
On his radio show today Glenn Beck revealed that Sarah Palin was so paranoid that he would embarrass her on the air that she spent her time prepping for the interview by Googling NYC landmarks and facts about the Statue of Liberty in case Beck quizzed her.
At his daily briefing, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs was asked about Pat Robertson's comments that Haiti was cursed, because they had made a pact with the devil. He said, "It never ceases to amaze that in times of human suffering somebody could say something so utterly stupid."
Sarah Palin made her debut today on Fox News' Glenn Beck program, and she ran into some trouble when Beck asked her who her favorite Founding Father is. Much like her choice in newspapers, Palin said, "All of them."
In response to Pat Robertson's claims today that Haiti has made a pact with the devil, Fox News' Shepard Smith said, "700 miles east of Miami hundreds of thousands of desperate human beings need our help, our support, our money, and our love, and they don't need that."
On his radio show today, Glenn Beck was talking about his upcoming interview with Sarah Palin, when he predicted that Sarah Palin won't be the Republican nominee, "She won't be able to get the Republican nomination. It's Mitt Romney's turn."
Sarah Palin make her Fox News debut tonight on The O'Reilly Factor where she claimed that shows like CBS 60 Minutes are biased. She also spoke for the American people, who she claims said, "We're not believing that stuff anymore, and that's why they're tuning into Fox News."
On his radio show today, Rush Limbaugh managed to revise the history of the 2008 presidential election to claim that the Democratic primary, not the general election, was full of, "racism and bigotry, and debating if Obama was authentic." Limbaugh is obviously confusing the Democratic primary with the general election.