Read more at NewsBusters: Informing Hardball viewers of something host Chris Matthews would never tell them, moderately-conservative columnist Kathleen Parker on Monday gave some much-needed context to why Speaker John Boehner did not extensively consult with the White House prior to inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address the Congress.
[See NewsBusters for more.] CBS This Morning on Monday exposed the difficulty of firing derelict government employees, even ones who watch porn while on the job. Journalist Don Dahler also highlighted the bullying, harassing individual who threatened coworkers, but hasn't been terminated.
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. It’s hard to imagine NBC’s Chuck Todd calling out a liberal candidate in this way. On Sunday's Meet the Press, Todd questioned how possible GOP 2016 Presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson's Christian faith could "co-exist" with his trust in science.
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Monday, the co-hosts of The View mercilessly mocked Senator Jim Inhofe for bringing a snowball onto the floor of the Senate to illustrate his skepticism regarding climate change.
[See NewsBusters for more.] As left-wing as weekday MSNBC hosts can be, weekend MSNBC anchors wander off into the land of bizarre, humorless scolds. Anchor Melissa Harris-Perry on Saturday chided two celebrity liberals for possible bigotry and for not being liberal enough.
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Monday, CBS This Morning did its best to play up the supposed GOP infighting over how best to fund the Department of Homeland Security while still opposing President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Friday’s PBS NewsHour, New York Times columnists David Brooks and Mark Shields used their weekly appearance to trash the attendees of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) as representing the extreme far right of the Republican Party.
On Sunday, Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd sat down with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) to discuss the ongoing battle over the President Obama’s executive action on immigration and its connection to funding for the Department of Homeland Security. Throughout the discussion, Todd repeatedly insisted that “[t]his immigration dispute in the funding of Homeland Security was a cliff that the Republicans chose to create, and in this case as far as making the protest over the immigration policy a part of Homeland Security.”