MSNBC's Todd Scoffs at Libertarian Ron Paul's 'Raw Milk' Pledge

December 14th, 2011 1:11 PM
Presidential contender Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) is a libertarian who thinks the federal government is far too much of a national nanny. Regardless of what you think of his views, he's pretty consistent on his libertarian philosophy. As such, it's incredibly easy for dismissive journalists to misrepresent his policy stances and campaign promises. Take for example, MSNBC's Chuck Todd. After…

Joe Scarborough: I Can Name 200 House Republicans More Qualified Than

December 13th, 2011 12:08 PM
MSNBC's supposedly conservative host Joe Scarborough on Tuesday continued his months-long attack on the Republican presidential candidates. After telling his Morning Joe viewers that he would consider voting for potential third party candidate Ron Paul if Newt Gingrich won the nomination, Scarborough said he could "in five minutes write a list of 200 Republican members of the House of…

Scarborough: Like Beck, I'd Consider Third-Party Ron Paul Over Gingric

December 13th, 2011 8:59 AM
Today's Morning Joe has been one long festival of Gingrich gouging.   Joe Scarborough set the tone early. During the opening segment Scarborough announced that, like Glenn Beck, if the choice comes down to Obama vs. Gingrich, and Ron Paul is running as a third-party candidate, "I'm going to give him a long look." Video after the jump.

ABC's Morning Show Host Gets Chance to Jab GOPers in Primetime

December 8th, 2011 12:07 PM
The GOP presidential candidates, at the upcoming ABC News debate in Iowa, should brace themselves to be splattered with tough questions from the left from moderator George Stephanopoulos. The good news for them is that most should be well-prepared for the left-leaning sliders, as many have already been subjected to Stephanopoulos’s liberal questioning on Good Morning America. In 20 interview…

Mark Shields: Obama Wins in a Landslide if Gingrich is GOP Nominee

December 3rd, 2011 11:13 AM
The liberals on PBS's Inside Washington Friday were all giddy at the thought of Newt Gingrich as the Republican presidential nominee. So sure this would be good news for the president he adores, syndicated columnist and PBS fixture Mark Shields said this would result in the "landslide reelection victory of Barack Obama" (video follows with transcript and commentary):

CBS Harps on Newt's 'Baggage'; Cain Only Has 'Die-Hard' Support Left

December 2nd, 2011 4:29 PM
CBS's Jan Crawford played up Newt Gingrich's "baggage" on Friday's Early Show, underlining how the Republican presidential candidate is "going to be hit hard for his ties to corporate interests, the ethics allegations...even his personal relationships- his adulterous affairs." Crawford also spotlighted the claim that only Herman Cain's "die-hard supporters...think that he can stay in this race…

Actual HuffPo Headline: 'Michele Bachmann Pours Water For Men At GOP P

November 21st, 2011 10:08 PM
Are there no limits to where leftwing media members will go to bash Republicans? On Monday, the Huffington Post actually published a front page article with the headline, "Michele Bachmann Pours Water For Men At GOP Primary Forum In Iowa":

Jon Stewart Revels in Rick Perry's 'Brain Turd' Moment as the 'Dope Di

November 11th, 2011 1:15 PM
Jon Stewart, on Thursday's Daily Show, repeatedly mocked Rick Perry for his, as he put it, "brain turd" moment at this week's CNBC debate. However, Perry wasn't the only GOP candidate Stewart made fun of. Everyone from Perry to Santorum took a hit. The only candidate Stewart didn't mock was Mitt Romney, whom the Daily Show host declared to be the winner of the whole race. "It's over! Indecision…

David Gregory Asks Hillary Clinton: Will Foreign Policy 'Be a Disadvan

October 23rd, 2011 10:08 PM
There are softballs and then there are softballs. On Sunday's Meet the Press, host David Gregory teed one up for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that was specifically designed to mock the Republican presidential candidates while allowing her to brag uninterrupted about the foreign policy successes of Barack Obama (video follows with transcript and commentary):

Bashir on GOP Debate: Everyone But Romney Auditioning for Job on Fox N

October 18th, 2011 9:49 PM
Hours before Republican presidential candidates faced off in Tuesday's debate in Las Vegas, Martin Bashir took a swipe at six of them. On the MSNBC program bearing his name, the host said that since Mitt Romney is "the inevitable candidate," the rest of the contestants are auditioning "for future employment" at Fox News (video follows with transcript and commentary):

Maddow Consistently Incapable of Distinguishing Few From Many

September 27th, 2011 5:17 PM
Rachel Maddow should never be put in charge of crowd control. Not until she learns to count. Maddow is clearly flummoxed by what actually constitutes a crowd, as can be seen in her commentary on audiences at Republican presidential debates. (video after page break)

Michael Shear the Latest at NYT to Hear Nonexistent 'Let Him Die' Chan

September 23rd, 2011 1:58 PM
In a Thursday morning post setting the table for last night’s Republican presidential debate in Orlando, New York Times chief “Caucus” blog reporter Michael Shear became the latest Timesman to falsely finger the Tea Party audience at a CNN debate last week as cheering on the prospect of letting a hypothetical man die for lack of health insurance. Shear listed six things to watch for in…

CBS's Nancy Giles Decries 'Bloodlust' of GOP Debate Crowd

September 19th, 2011 3:38 AM
During a prerecorded commentary on CBS Sunday Morning, left-wing CBS commentator Nancy Giles complained about the "bloodlust" of GOP audience members who applauded Texas's use of capital punishment at the recent MSNBC debate and a small number of audience members who applauded at Monday's CNN debate after moderator Wolf Blitzer asked if someone who chose not to purchase insurance should be…

Maher: 'In Today's Republican Party There's a Term for People Who Hate

September 17th, 2011 11:47 AM
It sure didn't take HBO's Bill Maher long to make his first hateful remark about the religious right. Roughly one minute into his opening monologue on Friday's "Real Time" the host said, "In today's Republican Party there's a term for people who hate charity and love killing - Christian" (video follows with transcript and commentary):