CBS This Morning hosted Tea Leoni, star of the new CBS show "Madam Secretary" and Gayle King eagerly asked her guest if she called "Hillary Clinton and say pajama party at your house, tell me everything?" Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters.
Iowa's primary industry is agriculture, but Iowa farmers are more "worldly" and "educated" than most other farmers around the country, according to the Huffington Post Media Group's Howard Fineman. Why? Well, because they tend to be liberal on social issues, of course!
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[For more, see NewsBusters.] All three network morning shows on Wednesday ignored Joe Biden using a word many consider to be anti-Semitic. Giving a speech on Tuesday about legal issues facing veterans, the Vice President decried "these Shylocks who took advantage of these women and men while overseas." CNN.com reported the story.
During the season premier of The View, new co-host Rosie Perez reminisced about the time she asked Mitt Romney if he had a vagina.
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During the first installment of PBS's The Roosevelts: An Intimate History on Sunday, historian Clay Jenkinson and former Newsweek editor turned historian Evan Thomas slammed Theodore Roosevelt as a bloodthirsty "imperialist" who promoted the "glorification of war" and built up a "cult" of personality.
[For more, see NewsBusters.] Rosie O'Donnell appeared shocked by the suggestion that Barack Obama "doesn't love people." The View co-host on Tuesday sparred with Republican Nicolle Wallace over the President and demonstrated that she's still obsessed with George W. Bush. After Wallace suggested that Joe Biden has an easier time because "Joe Biden genuinely loves people," The 9/11 truther sputtered, "So, are you implying that Obama doesn't?...He doesn't love people?