Joe Scarborough: Conservative Gathering CPAC Just About Anger and Hate
February 26th, 2013 12:31 PM
In what has become a recurring theme on MSNBC, Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough railed against the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) for failing to invite Governor Chris Christie (R-N.J) to the event. On the February 26 edition of the program the self-described “true conservative” Scarborough slammed CPAC as not being about winning elections, but instead being an…
In Shift, NY Times Embraces 'Moral Dimension' Provided by Bishops -- a
February 22nd, 2013 1:01 PM
Friday's lead New York Times story celebrated "G.O.P. Governors Providing a Lift For Health Law." The most notable convert: Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who reversed his position this week and announced his support for expanding Medicaid.
The Times' Abby Goodnough and Robert Pear credited Scott for the embrace of Obama-care (via "proponents" who "say that doing so…
Scary: New York Times on the 'Crimson Ideology' of the Kansas GOP
January 24th, 2013 2:10 PM
Kansas conservatism, red in tooth and claw.? New York Times reporter John Eligon reported from Topeka on the latest disturbing sign of heartland conservatism: "Kansas' Governor and G.O.P. Seek to Eliminate Income Tax." Text box: "Skeptics see a path to economic devastation in a conservative bid."
Eligon actually led off with an accurate description of President Obama…
NYT's Kim Severson Fears 'Controversial' Conservatives Are Shifting No
December 13th, 2012 8:28 AM
New York Times Atlanta bureau chief Kim Severson sounded worried about the "controversial" conservatives taking over the North Carolina governorship in "G.O.P.'s Full Control in Long-Moderate North Carolina May Leave Lasting Stamp," seeing "an increasingly conservative agenda" since Barack Obama won the state in 2008.
With a Republican newly elected as…
MSNBC Anchor Sneers: 'Is the South Ready for a Black Senator
December 7th, 2012 3:35 PM
Following Senator Jim DeMint’s abrupt resignation to run The Heritage Foundation, much has been made over who South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley might name to replace him. One name mentioned is that of African American Congressman Tim Scott, a prospect which prompted MSNBC anchor Richard Lui to sneer: "... Is the South ready for a black Senator?"
Politico's Sycophants Call Dems' 2012 Guv Race Efforts (Net One Slot L
December 4th, 2012 7:47 PM
Entering the 2012 election cycle, Republican governors were in charge of 29 of the nation's 50 states. After the election, their number rose to 30. Though there were disappointments, my trusty spin-free calculator tells me that's a net pickup of one.
The sycophantic leftists at the Politico apparently see things differently, judging by the following email I received about Gov. Peter…
Factually Challenged Dan Rather Says GOP Has Trouble with…Facts
November 15th, 2012 11:45 AM
Following Dan Rather’s disgraceful exit as anchor of the CBS Evening News, it seems as though he has found a new home away from home, MSNBC.
Appearing on Thursday’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Rather was brought on to offer his, in the words of Rachel Maddow, “much-welcomed perspective” on the prospects of post-election bipartisanship in Congress. [See video…
Obama Asked to Show ID to Vote: Where’s the Outrage at MSNBC
October 26th, 2012 3:38 PM
Over the past several months, MSNBC has been on a tirade criticizing attempts by mostly Republican state legislatures to ensure voting integrity by requiring a photo ID in order to vote.
As NewsBusters has documented, one of the leaders of the anti-ID movement is none other than the host of the 6 p.m. Eastern program Politics Nation, the Rev. Al Sharpton, who on numerous occasions has…
Huffington Post: 'Americans For Prosperity Distributes Ads Promoting P
October 15th, 2012 8:54 AM
The liberal media's mission to smear the Koch brothers and Americans For Prosperity, one of the advocacy groups they support, continues.
On Wednesday, the Huffington Post published an article with the inflammatory headline "Americans For Prosperity Distributes Ads Promoting Pro-Slavery Arkansas Legislators":
MSNBC Brings On Democrat John Lewis To Whine That Voter ID Laws Are Ra
September 18th, 2012 12:48 PM
Continuing with its obsession over voter ID laws, MSNBC once again treated viewers to a one-sided segment to trash Republican efforts to maintain voter integrity. Speaking with MSNBC’s Richard Lui on Wednesday, Congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis (D-GA) slammed GOP voting efforts as racist, suggesting the success in numerous states in passing these laws showed Americans…
Conservatives Should Confront Media Bias Rather Than Work Around It
August 30th, 2012 5:15 AM
On his radio program Wednesday, a very frustrated Rush Limbaugh wondered aloud at what he characterized as an insufficient amount of attention to President Obama's record.
He blamed the problem on Republican election consultants (including perpetual failure Ed Rollins) and their misbegotten belief that telling the truth about liberalism will somehow disenchant unaffiliated voters.…
Daily Kos Looking For Donations to 'Overcome Pennsylvania's Voter ID L
August 22nd, 2012 4:31 PM
An e-mail from Daily Kos Campaign Manager, Chris Bowers announces 'big news' regarding voter ID laws in Pennsylvania. Bowers explains:
A huge coalition of 100+ labor and civil rights groups has come together to do the door knocking, phone banking and voter education necessary to make sure everyone in this must-win swing state can still cast a ballot.
At Daily Kos, we'…
Open Thread: ‘You Didn’t Build That’ Harming Other Democrats
August 7th, 2012 10:42 AM
Even though President Obama's remark that business entrepreneurs "didn't build" their own successes was made weeks ago, it is still continuing to harm him among voters. Now, it is also starting to harm other Democrats besides Obama:
Kochs Counter Galifianakis: 'Laughable to Take Guidance From Guy Who M
August 6th, 2012 7:54 PM
As NewsBusters previously reported, actor Zach Galifianakis on Monday attacked the Koch brothers saying "They are creepy" and 'It’s not freedom what they are doing."
Philip Ellender, President of Government and Public Affairs, Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC, responded to this nonsense via email moments ago: