Judge Andrew Napolitano: Another 9/11 Truther on Fox's Staff

November 30th, 2010 11:35 AM
Fox News apparently employs a pair of 9/11 "Truthers": Geraldo Rivera, host of FNC's "Geraldo at Large", and, we've recently discovered, Judge Andrew Napolitano, who hosts "Freedom Watch" on the Fox Business Network. Both Napolitano and Rivera have, er, raised questions about the "official" (read: commonsensical) explanation for the collapse of…

Open Thread: Sarah Palin and Rand Paul Talk Tea Party on Freedom Watch

September 19th, 2010 9:56 AM

Schultz Goes Below Belt with Juvenile Name-calling of Fox's Doocy

September 7th, 2010 8:35 PM
You might think Ed Schultz would be out of place in a junior high recess yard, but that's where he's landed himself with his childish name-calling . . . On his show this evening, the MSNBC host—demonstrably desperate to pick a fight with his ratings superiors at Fox News—no fewer than four times referred to FNC host Steve Doocy as Steve "Douche-y."It was an appearance on a Doocy-…

Open Thread: Judge Refuses to Dismiss Va. Anti-ObamaCare Suit

August 3rd, 2010 9:20 AM

WikiLeaks' Assange Tells FNC’s Napolitano He Offered Docs to Unrespo

July 29th, 2010 12:49 AM
Missed? Perhaps, but this story of complacency by President Barack Obama's administration has certainly been under-reported thus far. On Fox News Channel's July 28 broadcast of "Studio B," the network's judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano discovered a potential lapse in responsibility by the Obama White House. For the broadcast of his July 31 Fox Business Network show "…

FNC's Napolitano: Liberal President Can Pick Judges w/ 'Strange' & 'Od

July 13th, 2009 6:06 PM
On Monday’s Fox and Friends, FNC judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano summarized the implications for the Supreme Court when President of liberal ideology is elected in a way rarely seen in the media. As he explained the goals that Republicans will have during this week’s confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Sonia Sotomayor, Napolitano contended that electing a liberal…

FNC's Napolitano Claims Bush Administration Committed 'Extortion' Agai

April 1st, 2009 7:28 PM
It's no secret the Bush administration used fear tactics to push the $700-billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) through Congress last fall. Both members of the House and the Senate have come out after the fact and disclosed the details. However, the method the Treasury Department employed to get banks to go along with the TARP bailout breached legal boundaries to the point of "…