Fortunately for the radio and TV host, we’re not in charge of him. Sean Hannity is a conservative with a syndicated radio program and an evening talk show on Fox News. He’s already on our Shameful list
We don’t have much hope for a shift to greater civility. Perhaps this is late in coming but the conservative radio-TV host will move to our shameful list tonight. Our final straw was what he said this afternoon on his syndicated radio show. It came when a monitor recorded Hannity saying
We’re being generous and not considering this a trigger of Sean Hannity moving to our Shameful list. We had said yesterday our next post about him would precipitate his taking a place on the list. But nonetheless, we have to note his attempt today at analyzing
The next time we report on Sean Hannity, he will move to our Shameful list. We’ve noted his lack of respect, inaccuracies and exaggerations for too long. (Search Hannity or in Categories in left column.) Today, while respectful, he belabored the point of whether Pres. Obama should speak out about the case of Chris Lane, […]
There is speculation that Cumulus Media is getting ready to drop Sean Hannity’s (pictured, home page) radio show from most or all of its stations across the country. The reports have been out there for
Rand Paul (R-KY) appeared today on CBS This Morning and, as we predicted, gave a gentler criticism of the President on the issue of NSC snooping. He used the words hypocrisy and hypocrite but not
We’ve noted previously that some politicians are willing to say insulting things on a friendly network that they wouldn’t say on more neutral ones. The latest case in point, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY).
Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, Rush Limbaugh, Lawrence O’Donnell. They’re examples of unreliable and/or disrespectful partisans. In a free, first amendment country, is it realistic to think that controversial
Conservative talk host Sean Hannity, (pictured) whose insulting language is nothing new, used it again on his radio program late this week. Referring to the secretary of state, Hannity said,
Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, Rush Limbaugh, Lawrence O’Donnell. They’re examples of unreliable and/or disrespectful partisans. In a free, first amendment country, is it realistic to think that
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.