The fallout began immediately after tonight’s dustup between Fox News host Sean Hannity and Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) (pictured, second page). It’s a safe generalization that liberals liked Ellison, conservatives favored Hannity. We have for long documented the misstatements, insults and misinformation Hannity puts out.
The question of who’s done what to try to prevent the sequester from taking effect at the end of this week involved Republican Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) on Fox News Sunday.
The argument that Pres. Obama is wrong not to appear on Fox News programs regained steam today. Daily Beast columnist Kirsten Powers said
If you’re looking for a clear explanation of two sides of an issue, don’t go to the liberal or conservative cable news stations. It’s rare that you’ll find it there. Since a significant chunk of one network’s viewers don’t watch the other, those viewers don’t hear both sides from those sources. Fox News and MSNBC […]
It’s become a staple on cable news to analyze criminal cases as they make their way through the judicial process. But is it appropriate to discuss these cases? On the surface, it may seem no different than any other story about the prosecution of an alleged lawbreaker. (more to come)
That’s pretty much what Roger Ailes (pictured) said in an interview with The New Republic. Here’s how he explained it in an article published today: (We find the comments about hate to be not factual and grossly exaggerated.) Roger Ailes’ Border War Can the Fox News CEO make his network more Latino-friendly? by Eliza Gray […]
In an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan last night, Dick Morris (pictured) at first cited Hurricane Sandy as the major reason Mitt Romney lost to Pres. Obama in the November election. He went on to misstate several other
In an attempt to be funny, a Current TV host used crude language to try to make a point about Fox News. Joy Behar (pictured) spoke about the channel’s decision not to renew their contract with former contributor
The host of CNN’s Reliable Sources, Howard Kurtz, (pictured) believes Pres. Obama and Mr. Gore doth complain too much. Kurtz, who also is Newsweek’s Washington bureau chief, expressed the view in a piece on CNN’s website: “Obama, Gore, Stop
The news that radio talk show host Mark Levin (pictured) would be appearing on the Fox News program, Hannity, represents another descent into disrespect for the network. We have cited Levin for his
The anti-Obama drumbeat continued today on the Republican news channel. Today’s events made no difference. On The O’Reilly Factor tonight, host Bill O’Reilly didn’t