Joe Scarborough unloaded on Sean Hannity this morning for using racism to justify George Zimmerman's actions, and to gin up his ratinga.
A new Morning Joe/Marist poll shows that Americans agree with the Democrats on the issues of gun safety legislation and jobs. But you wouldn't know either by how the media reports on both issues.
Paul Krugman got a taste of what President Obama deals with every single day during his debate with Joe Scarborough on Charlie Rose.
Joe Scarborough has a message for those who are defending assault weapons, "If you go out and try to defend assault weapons, then you end up looking like a jackass."
Republicans continue to turn on their own media, and refuse to accept the fact that it was their ideas, not Rush Limbaugh and Fox News that lost the election for them.
Even Joe Scarborough slammed Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's rape comments and said that Romney should come out stronger against them.
Conservatives are hoping to save Mitt Romney from his failed attempt to avoid a policy discussion about equal pay by feigning outrage over Mika Brzezinski's pay.
It turns out that Joe Scarborough's criticism of Sarah Palin in a column for Politico today was just the tip of the iceberg. On his MSNBC program Morning Joe, Scarborough exposed the truth about the right and Sarah Palin. Talk radio hosts and Republican leaders privately say they don't want her, but they are afraid to take her on. Scarborough basically accused the talk show hosts, who defend Palin for 3 hours a day on the air but don't really support her, of lying.
It’s not Democrats, after all, who marginalize and disenfranchise black or other minority voters. It’s not Democrats who are accusing America’s first black president of being a watermelon-picking white-hating racist and a Muslim. It’s not Democrats who go to Tea Party rallies and wave Confederate flags all over the place. That would be the Republicans.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, host and Republican Joe Scarborough tore apart Nevada GOP Senate candidate Sharron Angle. Scarborough claimed that she horrified Republicans with her radical positions, and GOP fundraisers are in no mood to donate to a candidate that looks like a certain, "loser" in November.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe today, Republican Joe Scarborough put the new Arizona immigration law into context by talking about the totalitarian nature of this law. He said, "For every 10 illegal immigrants that they catch and send back home, what about that one American citizen who is a Hispanic who now every time that he goes to the grocery store has to be worried that he is going to be stopped..."