MSNBC Fires Liberal Truth Tellers But Gives Liar Brian Williams A Second Chance

One of the great hypocrisies behind MSNBC's decline is their willingness to fire liberal hosts for telling the truth while giving corporate favorites and liars like Joe Scarborough and Brian Williams chance after chance.

Someone Needs to Tell Sarah Palin If Obama Were a Dictator, She’d Be In Gitmo

After Obama left Americans for "destroyed", the press is just now waking up, according to Sarah Palin, who is still free after all of these many years of traitor-adjacent behavior to write and speak as she pleases.

Ted Nugent Defiantly Gives Non-Apology For Calling President Obama A ‘Subhuman Mongrel’

During an interview with conservative radio host Ben Ferguson on Friday, has-been rocker and right-wing nutjob Ted Nugent gave a non-apology for his comments last month

A&E Says We Must be Tolerant of Hate But Not of Gays, Gives Robertson his Job Back

By caving in to hate groups A&E has sent a clear message that haters are to be tolerated, but not those who are the victims of that hate.

Republican Hypocrites Can’t Hide From the Hypocrisy Behind Their Duck Dynasty Outrage

For Americans with half-a-brain, the conservative hypocrisy is as glaring as the subjects conservatives are certain their older, whiter, and religiously-inclined voters embrace.

Alex Wagner Takes Over Martin Bashir’s Old Time Slot On MSNBC

Those who wanted Joy Reid to take over Martin Bashir's former show look to be out of luck as current noon host Alex Wagner is moving to 4 PM, as MSNBC makes room for Ronan Farrow.

A&E’s Decision to Suspend Phil Robertson Is Not a Freedom of Speech Issue

Whether or not one is inclined towards intellectual masochism by watching A&E's "Duck Dynasty," the decision to suspend one of the show's stars is not a freedom of speech issue.

The Religious Right Champions Moral Relativism in Defense of Phil Robertson

All this fuss about Phil Robertson comes down to the Religious Right's insistence that they have a right to say nobody else has rights

Sarah Palin Proves Martin Bashir Right By Defending Racist Homophobe Phil Robertson

Sarah Palin's defense of Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson's racist and homophobic comments demonstrates that former MSNBC host Martin Bashir was right about her all along.

MSNBC Helped Sarah Palin Muzzle the 1st Amendment By Not Supporting Martin Bashir

What MSNBC accomplished by not supporting Bashir's 1st Amendment right was to muzzle and pre-censor the rest of the network's on-air talent. They also positioned themselves as just another conservative media outlet.

Foreign Press Says What America’s Won’t: Sarah Palin is a Traitor

After the firing of Martin Bashir, it is important to remember that the foreign press has been saying for years what the American media won't. Sarah Palin is a traitor.

Martin Bashir Lost His Job For What Rush Limbaugh Gets Away With Every Day

Martin Bashir resigned from MSNBC today over comments that were tame compared to what Rush Limbaugh gets away every single day on the radio.

Instead of Giving Sarah Palin More Attention, Martin Bashir Quits His MSNBC Show

Martin Bashir abruptly resigned at MSNBC today, as the 4 PM host said he would rather quit than be a distraction, a.k.a. give Sarah Palin another second of attention.

It Is The Mainstream Media’s Fault That America is Plagued By Sarah Palin

It is the main stream media's fault the nation is plagued with Sarah Palin's recurring appearances on the national stage

Sarah Palin Is Protesting NBC Because They Won’t Suspend or Fire Martin Bashir

Sarah Palin has canceled a Christmas interview with Matt Lauer, because NBC refuses to suspend or fire Martin Bashir.

Did Martin Bashir Really Need to Apologize to Sarah Palin?

MSNBC host Martin Bashir went on the air on Monday and apologized for remarks he made about former half-term Alaskan Governor and Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin during his show on Friday.

Martin Bashir Reminds Mitt’s Angry ‘Minions’ What Bush Sounded Like

Martin Bashir took the criticism of Mitt's minions against President Obama's moment of honesty to draw a clear contrast between Presidents Obama and Bush.