MSNBC airs, “The Ed Show,” weekdays at 5pm. The host is Ed Schultz. So why do the promos the network runs for the show refer to the time of the program as
MSNBC commentator Ed Schultz tried again today to put down Republicans on his late afternoon talk show. If we post once more about his demeaning language, we’ll
Ed Schultz, back on weekdays after a stint on the weekends, is up to his old sad behavior, insulting and disrespecting those with whom he disagrees. This afternoon on The Ed Show, he rudely criticized
Liberal Ed Schultz (pictured) has now been on the air on weekdays for two weeks. Though he’s on in the late afternoon, instead of in prime time, he’s back five days a week, instead of on the weekend. That said, we’re not encouraged by his presentation last night on conservatives’ views of whether to attack […]
Last week we promised you a post on whether there were signs of consistent civility on his MSNBC program. He returned to the weekday airwaves last Monday after several months on weekends. We had cited Schultz
After being moved to weekends a few months ago, liberal Ed Schultz is returning to the weekday lineup. He’ll appear in the 5 pm (EDT) time slot, where the first broadcast of Chris Matthews’ Hardball</em currently runs. A tape of the show is aired at 7 pm. Schultz has been cited here many times for […]
The liberal radio and TV host tried this afternoon to ridicule some Fox News anchors about racial profiling and he attempted to put down a caller who talked about Detroit’s bankruptcy.
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
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
702_0047On his radio show today, Ed Schultz criticized Mitt Romney’s wife Ann for what she said contributed to her husband’s election loss.
Ed Schultz, the liberal broadcaster, made a crude reference to Karl Rove on his program today. Schultz said, referring to Karl Rove’s saying Hurricane Sandy hurt
In these final 11 days of the campaign, distortions of the facts seem likely to peak. For example,the polls are often ignored by those who don’t like their numbers. Ohio is undeniably a very important, if not the most