The MRC’s Tim Graham joined Newsmax TV on Tuesday night with host Steve Malzberg to elaborate on the MRC’s Notable Quotables Worst of the Worst 2015 winners, including overall winner Melissa Harris-Perry of MSNBC declaring on October 25 that the term “hard worker” has racist connotations.
Making his television debut on the December 18 edition of One American News Network’s Tipping Point, NewsBusters managing editor Ken Shepherd promoted the 2015 winners of the Notable Quotable’s Worst of the Worst and the overall winner of MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry scolding guest Alfonso Aguilar on October 25 for using the term “hard worker” because it’s racist.
As we all know from Seinfeld, December 23 is the date in which a thoroughly frustrated Frank Costanza invented Festivus, a bare-bones non-commercial holiday "for the rest of us." One of the Festivus festivities is the Airing of Grievances, so have at it people.
"President Obama said he underestimated America’s anxiety over terrorism because he didn’t watch enough cable news. His comment came as a MAJOR disappointment -- to all of his lackeys at MSNBC." -- NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller
The Media Research Center’s Director of Media Analysis Tim Graham made his latest appearance on the Fox News Channel (FNC) program The O’Reilly Factor Tuesday night for what was quite the lively segment with fill-in host Eric Bolling and ETWN correspondent Lauren Ashburn as Graham and Bolling spared with Ashburn over the media’s obsession with Donald Trump and double standard when it comes to exposing lies by Hillary Clinton.
"Let's pretend that Marco Rubio were a Democrat." Members of that party would, "in a New York second," slam the Washington Post for the "bigotry and racism" in today's front-page hit piece, "Rubio's aloofness on stump unnerves GOP activists," the Media Research Center's (MRC) Brent Bozell noted in his appearance on the Dec. 21 edition of Fox News Channel's Your World w/ Neil Cavuto.
On Saturday morning, MRC Research Director Rich Noyes joined co-host Tucker Carlson on the Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends to highlight a few winners from the 2015 edition of Notable Quotable’s Worst of the Worst, including overall winner MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry for her diatribe about the term “hard worker” having racist connotations.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell bashed the networks for hiding Hillary Clinton in debates that almost no one is watching. Appearing on Varney and Company, Friday, to explain the practice, he quipped, “History shows us that the more you see of these Democrats, the less you like them. The more you see of Hillary Clinton, she showed that on her book tour, the less the public likes her.”
"The State Department may rescind passports for tax delinquents… which will make it almost impossible for Al Sharpton to vacation at Charlie Rangel's timeshare." -- Jodi Miller of NewsBusted.
The Media Research Center (MRC) is proud to announce the Worst of the Worst of 2015: The 28th Annual Awards for the Year's Worst Reporting, with MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry taking home the "Quote of the Year" honor for scolding a guest who referred to Speaker-to-be Paul Ryan as a "hard worker:"
Near the end of his Fox Business Network (FBN) show on Wednesday night, host Lou Dobbs played and discussed with his panel video released on Tuesday that featured MRCTV’s Dan Joseph asking MSNBC’s Chris Matthews if he still has “the thrill” up his leg all these years later about President Barack Obama. Of course, as many readers now know, Matthews fired back by ignoring Joseph’s question and repeatedly telling him to “go to hell” and “leave me alone.”
MRCTV’s Dan Joseph wandered the spin room in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, and found MSNBC star Chris Matthews. “I asked him whether he was feeling the thrill or whether the thrill was gone after seven years of President Obama. As you will see, he was not amused.”
In fact, he said “Go to Hell,” which caused the video to be shared all over the Internet includingTheBlaze, the Daily Caller, the Free Beacon, Gateway Pundit, Hot Air, Independent Journal, Instapundit, and Twitchy, as well as Mediaite.
On this day in 1791, Virginia's ratification of the first ten Amendments to the U.S. Constitution effected the ratification of the Bill of Rights. Happy Bill of Rights Day.
Today is the late great Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday. Tell us your favorite Sinatra stories in the comments section.
"A man was recently arrested for jumping over the White House fence. Ironically, the fence jumper actually had a better chance of getting into the White House than Lindsey Graham." -- NewsBusted's Jodi Miller
"I would call this newspaper sophomoric but it's an insult to sophomores," quipped NewsBusters executive editor Tim Graham, reacting to the latest New York Daily News cover which depicts Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as having beheaded the Statue of Liberty.
"They are just in such high dudgeon... they're much more against Donald Trump than they are against [San Bernardino terrorists] Farook and Malik, who shot 14 people dead," argued Graham.
Appearing on Fox Business’s Cavuto: Coast to Coast on Wednesday, Media Research Center research director Rich Noyes took the editor-in-chief of Buzzfeed to task for “basically telling his staff that it's okay to call Trump a mendacious racist, a lying racist.” Noyes told host Neil Cavuto it was “another example of the media trying to basically, you know, deal with Trump themselves rather than waiting and let voters to do it in February and March.”
Media Research Center founder and President Brent Bozell slammed the media’s lack of interest in Barack Obama’s aimless, muted response to the latest terror attack on the United States. At the same time, he contrasted this with the networks obsession with what Bozell described at Donald Trump’s “reckless,” “stupid” remarks on Muslims.
"In a recent test, TSA agents failed to detect hidden weapons in 3 out of 4 instances. The good news?... the TSA agents did MUCH better at catching passengers with too much shampoo." -- NewsBusted's Jodi Miller.
Speaking with Fox Business Network (FBN) host Deirdre Bolton late Wednesday afternoon, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell denounced the New York Daily News for their front-page cover whining that God-fearing people are “cowards” concerning gun control with “thoughts and prayers” serving as merely “meaningless platitudes.”