MSNBC's Chris Matthews insisted on his January 27 Hardball program that "nobody thought Ronald Reagan was serious about abortion rights."
Read more at NewsBusters | Hardball host Chris Matthews's disdain for Sen. Ted Cruz is so palpable he can't resist making a snide comment when noting a rare instance in which the Texas Republican praised the first lady, and that in the context of standing up for women's rights.
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On his January 27, 2015 show, FNC host Sean Hannity showcased how the liberal media will use almost every weather event to advance their radical climate change agenda. On FNC’s Hannity, the host played an MSNBC montage of global warming alarmism that featured Bill Nye, Ed Schultz and a guest from Al Sharpton’s show all exploiting the snow storm that hit the northeast this week.
[See NewsBusters for more.] Veteran journalist Charlie Rose is an anchor on the state-sponsored PBS.
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After all three network evening newscasts ignored President Obama dropping his controversial plan to tax 529 college savings accounts on Tuesday, only Wednesday's CBS This Morning noticed the development, giving it a mere seventeen seconds. Neither NBC's Today nor ABC's Good Morning America covered the White House reversal.
Video cross-posted here a NewsBusters. During an appearance on Tuesday night’s Special Report with Bret Baier, Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer took the Obama administration to task for arguing that the biggest “error” America can make is to “blame Muslims collectively” for terrorist attacks.Speaking to Bret Baier, Krauthammer called out the White House’s “straw man” argument and insisted that “
Read more at NewsBusters. | On the January 27 edition of Hardball, former DNC chairman Howard Dean issued a tepid half-apology regarding his ill-advised statement on Real Time with Bill Maher where he blasted as "angry" the moviehouse audiences that have made American Sniper a runaway hit.
Read more at NewsBusters | Thanking his guest Gov. Dannel Malloy for appearing on the January 27 Hardball to discuss his handling of the much-overhyped blizzard "Winter Storm Juno," MSNBC host Chris Matthews reminded the Connecticut Democrat that he and others at the Lean Forward network had "rooted" for his reelection:
[See NewsBusters for more.] MSNBC on Tuesday showcased the northeast's dangerous blizzard conditions by sending journalist Rehema Ellis out on the roads to report while driving, often taking her hands off the wheel. As she repeatedly averted her gaze from the road, Ellis explained, "Andrea, it's a mess out here....We've got, maybe, a quarter of a mile of visibility." "Other than that, it's whiteout," she added.