The GOP's 'War on Women' is Intensifying, At Least According to MSNBC

October 18th, 2012 3:23 PM
Leave it to MSNBC to set the record straight, where a defense of conservativism is strictly forbidden.  With no one to dispute such claims, one would think the GOP's "war on women" has never been more overt or frightening -- especially after watching News Nation's host Tamron Hall discuss these issues of inequality with her openly liberal guests. On the Oct. 17 edition of News Nation, Hall…

Lilly Ledbetter Ignores Senate Democrats Who 'Shortchanged' Their Fema

September 5th, 2012 1:11 AM
On Tuesday night, Democrats showcased Lilly Ledbetter as she attacked the Republican Party in general and GOP presidential nominee as out-of-touch with women and not committed to closing the so-called gender wage gap. It seems the partisan Ledbetter ignored or is blissfully unaware that female Democratic senators are egregious offenders when it comes to equal pay for their office staff. Will…

MSNBC's Wagner Devotes 10-Minute Segment to Pay Gap, Ignores Female De

August 20th, 2012 3:06 PM
As part of her hour-long August 20 special edition of Now about to "women's issues," MSNBC's Alex Wagner devoted a 10-minute-long segment to the so-called pay gap -- women earning on average 77 cents for every dollar a man earns. Wagner's guests, Salon's Joan Walsh, Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Lilly Ledbetter predictably did their parts to help Wagner sell the pay gap issue…

MSNBC's Thomas Roberts Shamefully Exploits Teen Girls to Slam Ryan Vot

August 14th, 2012 6:15 PM
Towards the close of today's MSNBC Live, anchor Thomas Roberts presented a segment featuring three New Jersey teenage girls who started a petition on the left-leaning website demanding female moderators for the upcoming presidential debates.  The young ladies succeeded in getting 180,000 signatures for their initiative. But rather than simply hailing their civic activism, Roberts…

NYT's Former SCOTUS Reporter Celebrates 'Accidental Heroines' Fluke an

March 9th, 2012 2:10 PM
Linda Greenhouse the New York Times's former Supreme Court reporter (and left-wing ranter at commencement speeches), now writes a twice-a-month column for Wednesday she hailed birth-control activist and new liberal martyr Sandra Fluke as a civil rights pioneer on the level of (naturally) Anita Hill, while tarring Rush Limbaugh as a thug, in "Accidental Heroines."

Yahoo! Finance's Daniel Gross: Roberts Court 'Hostile to Workers

March 29th, 2011 10:38 AM
Handicapping a case heading to oral argument before the U.S. Supreme Court today, Yahoo! Finance's Daniel Gross insisted that "Wal-Mart has to like its chances" because "[t]he Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts has generally been pro-business and hostile to the cause of workers." Gross, who is also a senior editor for Newsweek, cited the 2007 ruling -- erroneously writing that the…