If Hannity is going to face such scrutiny, other self-proclaimed objective journalists should too.
In an interview with CNBC on Friday, comedian Bill Murray said it’s harder to be funny in a society being increasingly fragmented by identity politics.
The concessions Republicans want won’t make the debates any less biased. It will only make them less informative and entertaining.
A new letter circulating among Republican presidential candidates lists a number of demands for all future Republican primary debates.
On MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” Mollie Hemingway said that the moderators during the CNBC debate were ill-prepared, biased and inept.
Republicans can fix their debate problem in the long term by disrupting the process and giving conservatives leverage over the networks.
During the Republican Presidential debate Wednesday night, moderator John Harwood couldn’t handle doing his job.
The CNBC debate was a train wreck, but it was a useful train wreck.
In an interview on Fox Business on Thursday, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he thought the moderators of last night’s Republican presidential debate did “fine.”
The CNBC debate moderators were even worse than we thought they would be.
More than 12 hours after completely botching an attack on Sen. Marco Rubio during CNBC’s GOP debate, John Harwood still refuses to admit he screwed up.
Marco Rubio pointed out how ridiculously slanted the media coverage has been, especially surrounding Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
The biggest loser of CNBC’s Republican primary debate was moderator John Harwood, who blatantly misrepresented the tax plan proposed by Sen. Marco Rubio.
Ted Cruz went Full Newt Gingrich and completely dismantles the absurd, loaded questions from CNBC’s moderators at the Republican primary debate.
John Harwood regularly defends Hillary Clinton, gushes about President Obama and strongly dislikes Republicans. Why is he moderating a GOP debate?
Business is not just about money. It’s about people, incentives, and ethics, as CNBC’s ‘The Profit’ portrays.
Understanding “unintended consequences” is a key characteristic of a good economist. Those who peddle minimum wage, do not.
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