Elisabeth Hasselbeck will no longer be amazing us with her bizarre commentary as she is leaving Fox & Friends at the end of the year
The Fox & Friends crew loves handouts to the wealthy but spend to help working class Americans and all they see are freebies to buy votes
Conservatives have for a long time controlled the discourse on freedom and liberty, but these are liberal ideals, and we must take them back
Fox & Friends wonders if students learned that the Qur'an says to kill nonbelievers, ignoring that their Bible says the exact same thing
If you want to hear one of the craziest things to come out of a Republican mouth this week, it’s the Republican objection to anyone reading the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic. This apparently deplorable display of patriotism took place on March 18 during National Foreign Language Week, of all things.
During Wednesday morning's broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck flipped out over comments made by Attorney General Eric Holder Tuesday when he stated Fox News was overly preoccupied with the use of the term "radical Islam" when discussing the Islamic State.
Think responsibly. If we lived in a fact-based world, and want those facts to matter, we should be less like Elisabeth Hasselbeck, not more
Shubhranshu Choudhary says "Journalism has to become everyone's business," but Fox News says journalism is nobody's business, including, especially, their own
Will's most egregious sin may have been his "attacking and dismissing rape victims" but climate denialism and ethical lapses also dogged him
During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday, Reverend Jacques Degraff, a Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor, shredded host Elisabeth Hasselbeck for arguing that black Americans lives have been made more difficult by President Obama.
Check out Black Friday's edition of Friday Fox Follies, In this article, see how Fox News ignored the truth about Benghazi and blamed Ferguson riots on Obama.
It's only taken 6 years of blindly throwing mud at the wall to see what sticks, but Fox "News" has finally invented Articles of Impeachment against President Obama -- or, at the very least, figured out a way to throw the word around recklessly.
A Maryland school board removed all religious holidays from its calendar, angering Norris - would adding Muslim holidays have made him less angry?
Everything old is new again!!! When Bill "White Privilege" O'Reilly hosted Glenn Beck On Fox [to say] President Is Neglecting Dallas Ebola Danger Because Of City's Unfavorable View Of Obama, it all came rushing back to me in a tsunami of nostalgia.
The Fox "News" Fear-Mongering Industrial Complex launched The War Against The War Against Ebola this week.If there hadn't been an Ebola crisis, Fox would have had to invent one.
Welcome to The Friday Fox Follies, a new weekly feature at PoliticusUSA. Each week Headly Westerfield will wrap up the Fox "News" tomfoolery and shenanigans (as the dictionary defines those words) into one neat little package with a bow.