President Obama has never said his goal is income equality. But despite that, conservatives continue to maintain that it is. Bill O’Reilly of Fox News presented that argument tonight
We’re not fans of Glenn Beck, the former host on Fox News who founded the conservative website, The Blaze. His history of conspiracy theories and insulting comments is
We offered our thoughts on the best yesterday. Today we look at those who are low on our list. Worst news hosts: Steve Doocy, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Brian Kilmeade. The anchors on the Fox News morning program,
It’s time to acknowledge those we’ve enjoyed posting about this year or have recently discovered and the others who weren’t so nice. We’ll cover the good today on radio, TV, newspapers, magazines and online media. Tomorrow, we’ll cover those we don’t like as much.
Secretary of State John Kerry said today on ABC’s “This Week,” that the effort continues to find missing American Robert Levinson (pictured, two years ago). Is the investigation bearing fruit? There hasn’t been progress in the sense
Some of the Sunday shows went with their normal political guests today. Two exceptions were “Face the Nation” and “Meet the Press.” They devoted their entire hours to Nelson Mandela. Both with guests
The host of<em<The O'Reilly Factor talked tonight about President Obama’s focus on income inequality. He cited a Wall Street Journal editorial which said the President is most responsible for the increase in the income gap
The network consistently critical of President Obama ran a story this evening on its website about his recent pledge that a majority of people would get better coverage at a lower price.
As health industry officials analyze the workings of Obamacare, media people who should be more knowledgeable are going beyond the bounds of appropriate forecasting what’s ahead with the program. Some insurance
“Fox News Sunday” spent a large portion of the program on how the site is working on the first day after the self-imposed deadline imposed by President Obama to get it fixed after the horrible
Do the ills of the country lead to depression? And who’s to blame? When you are unemployed, sure you might be discouraged and worried about the future. But is that