President Arthur Brooks discusses the importance of productive conversations across ideological lines and the right to hold different opinions through examining NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem.
Alan Dershowitz had a bizarre moment on MSNBC Friday morning after being publicly interrupted twice by an incoming Skype call on live television. More intriguing still, the call came from Natassia Malthe, an actress who has accused disgraced film producer …
The MSNBC host took Democrats to task Tuesday, claiming that they had erred in straying from their historical roots as champions of the common man.
A lot of liberals were overjoyed when Roseanne Barr got fired from her show for making racist comments. Joy Reid was not among them. Reid has had her own set of Roseanne moments – problems with racist commentary, and the attention paid to Barr’s comments have only heightened pressure on her employer, MSNBC, to fire […]
Back in December, Mediaite first reported on homophobic blog posts written by Reid years ago – long before she joined MSNBC. At the time, she made an apology .
Sunday on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC,” longtime Clinton confidant and former Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) said former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did “a horrible thing” in the way they attacked former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, who had an affair with Bill Clinton. Partial transcript as follows: HUNT: Given what we know now and the way this movement has unfolded, should Bill Clinton have resigned over the Monica Lewinsky scandal? MCAULIFFE: This was 25 years ago, it was difficult—different standards. I think people looked at it in totality. HUNT: Why were they different standards? MCAULIFFE: I’m saying at the time we dealt with this 25 years ago, it wasn’t the standards we have today. I think if it happened today, I don’t think you’d be having the same argument that would go on with the new #MeToo movement. But 25 years ago, as I say, it was a different standard. HUNT: Do you think the Clintons victimized Monica Lewinsky in that, do you think the way they dealt with her would be tolerable today? MCAULIFFE: No, I don’t. I think it was a horrible thing 25 years ago. As you know, we’re very good friends. I told the
Ann Coulter slammed embattled MSNBC host Joy Reid on Friday night for making numerous transphobic attacks on her by mocking Reid’s own appearance. Appearing on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle,” with host Laura Ingraham, Coulter discussed the latest fallout from newly released blog posts from Reid’s now-defunct blog that shows Reid made anti-Semitic comments and other bigoted and hateful remarks toward specific groups of people.
Yet another round of unsavory posts from Joy Reid’s former blog have surfaced. In these particular posts, the MSNBC host dabbles in conspiracy theories, and viciously mocks Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Sarah Palin on a personal level. Both Reid and MSNBC have apologized (again). In a statement, Reid said: