When MSNBC does not advertise that it is giving air time to members of an infamous hate group, it's time for viewers to reconsider their network
Trevor Noah, a 31-year old South African comedian, will replace Jon Stewart as the host for The Daily Show.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released February's jobs numbers on Friday showing that the unemployment rate ticked down to 5.5%, the lowest rate the country has seen since May 2008, months before the financial crisis that rocked the American economy and led to huge job losses.
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.
Friday Fox Follies examines The Colbert Report's goodbye, Bill O'Reilly declaring victory in the War on Christmas and Megyn Kelly's awkward encounter with President Obama.
Senator Franken dropped the hammer on the Comcast Time Warner merger, saying that the deal needs careful scrutiny. He wants federal regulators to protect consumers.
Get breeding ladies. There's lots of great catches like Fischer and Deace lining up to drive your womb like a clown car.
I wonder if, due to dangerously high levels of delusion, it is time to put the MSM, if not the Fourth Estate as a whole away as a threat to society.
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.