Republicans were busted on the Meet The Press and Face The Nation for hyping Ebola fears while refusing to confirm President Obama's nominee to be Surgeon General.
Meet The Press's Chuck Todd defended his attack on Alison Lundergan Grimes by calling it "political reality." Todd's defense centered around his belief that he is smarter than his critics.
It looks like NBC never wanted Chuck Todd to replace David Gregory as the host of Meet The Press. It is being reported that the real host that NBC wanted was Jon Stewart.
There are very few nonpartisan, unbiased institutions left to us. But we always have the Congressional Budget Office. Or do we?
During Monday's episode of Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough got into a shoutfest with former White House adviser David Axelrod over Scarborough's attempts to create a panicked state surrounding the spread of the Ebola virus in the United State.
Faced with the fact that the economy is getting better under this president, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus blamed Obama for Ebola on Meet The Press.
It may seem hard to believe but minus the first week where he had an interview with President Obama, Chuck Todd's ratings on Meet The Press are worse than David Gregory's.
The media have become so lazy that even Chuck Todd is calling them out for making up stories about a potential Democratic primary showdown between Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton in 2016.
A sign of change on Meet The Press as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made his first appearance on the show. Sanders used the national platform to tell the truth about Citizens United and the Koch brothers.
NBC thinks Rachel Maddow is too partisan, but they promoted former Republican congressman Joe Scarborough to senior NBC political analyst and contributor to Meet The Press.
On Meet The Press, President Obama called out Republicans in Congress for not having common sense. The president pointed out that the lack of common sense has led Republicans to obstruct everything.
If it's Sunday, that means it is time for the same old GOP fame whores to show up on our television sets and push their particular talking point while simultaneously blaming President Obama for anything and everything.
Delusion can be added to the list of issues that plague Rand Paul after the Kentucky senator claimed that Democrats are afraid of him.
Chris Jansing was the fill in moderator on Meet The Press, and without David Gregory or Chuck Todd, Republican talking points about the threat of ISIS to America were strongly challenged.
NBC did their best to gloss over the disaster that was David Gregory on Meet The Press. It was telling that after almost six years of hosting, the best they could do was three clips lasting for thirty seconds.
NBC expects viewers to be excited by the news that Chuck Todd will taking over Meet The Press, but it turns out that NBC wasn't even all that excited about the idea of Todd replacing David Gregory.
The axe finally fell today as David Gregory confirmed that he is out at Meet The Press, and is leaving NBC. Chuck Todd will be the new host of the Sunday morning staple.
People at NBC are talking, and the things they are saying about Meet The Press moderator David Gregory are not good. In the face of reports that he is about to be fired, Gregory cut his vacation short last week so that he could host Meet The Press.
The terrible ratings for Meet The Press have finally sunk David Gregory. It is being reported that Gregory will soon be dumped and Chuck Todd will be named the new moderator of the Sunday morning institution.
In a rare moment of lucidity, Meet The Press host David Gregory called out Rep. Paul Ryan's uncompassionate lies about the poor.