Meyers Hints Boehner's Lucifer Line Implies Cruz Is Worse Than Hastert
April 30th, 2016 2:00 PM
NBC’s Late Night host Seth Meyers has a clearly documented record against conservatives, but the show from late Thursday into Friday sunk to a new low as he cracked a joke about John Boehner’s Lucifer comments toward Ted Cruz as an implication that he’s worse than the now-revealed child molester Dennis Hastert.
How About Bill? Hayes Suggests Hastert Abuse Continued Beyond HS
April 27th, 2016 9:42 PM
As far-left MSNBC hosts go--an admittedly low bar--I'll admit to having found Chris Hayes a relatively fair and decent proponent of his misguided policies. But he did two things tonight that made me lose respect for him. First, he literally laughed in the face of Rick Tyler and called him "preposterous," when Cruz advocate Tyler called Donald Trump a "northeastern liberal progressive." This…
TVLand Show Shocks with Bestiality and Dennis Hastert Molestation Gags
March 4th, 2016 3:35 AM
The sophomore TV Land show Younger, about a 40-year-old divorcée who pretends to be 26 to get a job in the New York publishing industry, shocked viewers with a scene of bestiality this week. Real mature.
NBC Lets Barney Frank Attack GOP 'Hypocrisy' in Hastert Coverage
June 5th, 2015 9:39 PM
Friday's NBC Nightly News gave former Democratic Representative Barney Frank a platform to blast his former Republican peers in Congress, as it covered the Dennis Hastert scandal. Frank asserted that the issue is "a reminder of the hypocrisy especially among my Republican colleagues. Dennis Hastert became Speaker to preside over the impeachment of Bill Clinton. He then went on, as Speaker, to put…
David Brooks: 'Obama Has Run An Amazingly Scandal-Free Administration'
May 31st, 2015 6:12 PM
One doesn't know what to do with the rubbish which follows beyond noting it and hoping that the ridicule which results will somehow and in some way have some kind of impact.
Despite 6-1/2 years of horrid governance and dozens of acknowledged scandals, several of which a few of the credible remaining outposts of liberal thought have actually agreed are scandals, David Brooks, the New York Times's…
Classless, Clueless: NYT's Paul Krugman Exploits Tragedy Once Again
May 31st, 2015 5:47 PM
The New York Times classless liberal columnist Paul Krugman has a reputation for exploiting tragedy for partisan gain, and did so again Sunday afternoon, writing about former Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert, accused of using hush money to cover up sexual misconduct with a former student: "Defense of traditional values played a big role in the 2004 campaign....But what we’re now learning…
60 Minutes Cherry Picks Book To Make Congressional Insider Trading Mos
November 13th, 2011 11:52 PM
When CBS's Steve Kroft recently asked House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) some penetrating questions about stock purchases she and her husband made, the internet was abuzz with rumors about an upcoming 60 Minutes installment about the wealthy couple that have been known to use her political interest for their mutual benefit.
Unfortunately, this Sunday's 60 Minutes piece about…
WaPo Rehashes Old Democrat Gripe of 'Anti-Catholic Bias' in Story on H
April 27th, 2010 6:14 PM
As Father Daniel Coughlin marks 10 years of ministry as the chaplain to the U.S. House of Representatives, the Washington Post found an occasion to suggest to readers that Republicans who now praise the priest's service as the first-ever Catholic to hold the post have overcome a prejudice against the Catholic Church."In the beginning, there was partisanship," staff writer Ben Pershing began his…
Scarborough Sex Scandal Double Standard On Hastert vs Pelosi
March 12th, 2010 1:43 PM
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, on Friday's Today show, remarked how similar the Eric Massa case was to the Mark Foley sex scandal in 2006, and back then Scarborough went with Matt Lauer's premise that Hastert should be "Thrown under the bus" - a point some Republicans and conservatives agreed with then. However when NBC's Meredith Vieira questioned if Pelosi needed to testify, let alone resign, over…
Paul Krugman’s Media Critic Impersonation: Rips Fox Biz as 'Pro-Repu
November 12th, 2009 11:41 AM
We've come to expect intellectual dishonesty from the media elite, and Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman, a columnist for the New York Times, never disappoints. Krugman, in a Nov. 11 post on his NYTimes.com blog titled "The agony of Fox Business," made it clear he was a subscriber to the left-wing fairy tale that Fox News, and by extension the Fox Business Channel, are not pro-business…