Read more at NewsBusters. | On the January 27 edition of Hardball, former DNC chairman Howard Dean issued a tepid half-apology regarding his ill-advised statement on Real Time with Bill Maher where he blasted as "angry" the moviehouse audiences that have made American Sniper a runaway hit.
Read more at NewsBusters | Thanking his guest Gov. Dannel Malloy for appearing on the January 27 Hardball to discuss his handling of the much-overhyped blizzard "Winter Storm Juno," MSNBC host Chris Matthews reminded the Connecticut Democrat that he and others at the Lean Forward network had "rooted" for his reelection:
[See NewsBusters for more.] MSNBC on Tuesday showcased the northeast's dangerous blizzard conditions by sending journalist Rehema Ellis out on the roads to report while driving, often taking her hands off the wheel. As she repeatedly averted her gaze from the road, Ellis explained, "Andrea, it's a mess out here....We've got, maybe, a quarter of a mile of visibility." "Other than that, it's whiteout," she added.
[See NewsBusters for more.] The man who trained Navy S.E.A.L Chris Kyle appeared on Fox Business, Monday, to slam liberal filmmaker Michael Moore for his repeated attacks on the movie American Sniper and its subject, Chris Kyle. Brandon Webb struck back at Moore: "To see Michael Moore make those comments, I just think it is very shallow of him and shows how he's not looking at this through the objective lens."
John Avlon unsurprisingly bashed conservatives on the 26 January 2015 edition of CNN's New Day during a panel discussion on potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates. Avlon labeled the recent Iowa Freedom Summit "the dean of the crazy caucus, Steve King's, cattle call," and asserted that the media covered the conference because "it's the place most likely for a Republican aspirant to say something incredibly crazy in an attempt to pander to the base out in Iowa. So, we're all hoping for the car crash – and there were a lot of them."
[See NewsBusters for more.] A severe winter storm about to strike the northeast is caused by global warming? That's the unsurprising suggestion by climate change enthusiast Bill Nye on MSNBC, Monday. The TV personality appeared on The Cycle to discuss the New England Patriots and Deflategate. Changing the subject, he condescendingly asserted, "I just want to introduce the idea that this storm is connected to climate change. I want to introduce that idea.
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. Speaker of the House John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell sat down with CBS's Scott Pelley for an excusive interivew that aired on '60 Minutes.' Throughout the interview the two GOP leader were peppered with liberal questions.
[See NewsBusters for more.] While badgering Mike Huckabee on Sunday, Meet the Press anchor Chuck Todd inaccurately claimed that overturning Roe V. Wade would make abortion "illegal." The NBC journalist highlighted statements the former Republican governor has made about gay marriage.