Stephanie Miller Wants 'Blacker' Presidents, Preferably Gangsta Rapper

November 5th, 2013 6:50 PM
Liberals are so often a bundle of puzzling contradictions, aren't they? On any given day, they'll inveigh fervently against the horrors of violence, misogyny, drug addiction. All of minutes later, they'll gush their ardor for a reputed form of music that glorifies the pathologies they claim to hate. Go figure. An example of this could be heard on Stephanie Miller's radio show…

MSNBC Glosses Over the Lyrics of an Obama Supporting Rapper

July 31st, 2008 6:01 PM
  If a tree falls in the forest and nobody sees it fall, did it really fall? If a supporter of a campaign scores a vitriolic tune and nobody reports the lyrics, does the song matter? MSNBC hopes not. On the July 31st "Morning Joe" during the "News You Can't Use" segment, co-host Willie Geist brought attention to a recent rap song penned by platinum selling rapper and Barack…

Rapper: 'McCain Don't Belong in Any Chair Unless He's Paralyzed

July 30th, 2008 12:52 PM
It goes without saying that most NewsBusters readers are not likely familiar with the rapper known as Ludacris.However, it seems likely his new "song" and video "Obama is Here" will be getting a lot of attention not only given its strong support for the presumptive Democrat presidential nominee, but also due to some of its defamatory remarks towards President Bush, John McCain…

Tommy Lee and Ludacris: CNN’s New ‘Green’ Authorities

May 15th, 2008 4:10 PM
Just when you thought the "green" hype couldn’t get any worse, Thursday’s "Newsroom" program on CNN introduced the world to the latest celebrities to jump on the "environmentally-friendly" bandwagon: rocker Tommy Lee of Motley Crue, rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, and Johnny Colt, the bassist for the pop group Train. Co-host Tony Harris interviewed the…