The MSNBC foreign policy gurus think Trump is crazy, but they quite literally don’t know what they are talking about. They think that smart, nuanced foreign policy must be a sign of collusion.
The news cycle surrounding Omarosa Manigault Newman is emblematic of everything that is wrong with the news media’s coverage of the Trump administration.
Chuck Todd had a hard time accepting that Rep. Steve Scalise is unwilling to abandon his principles after being shot on a baseball field for holding those principles.
When pressed to offer examples of how Republicans had brought Trump on themselves, Sen. Jeff Flake argued the GOP had done too little to curb birtherism. This is a myth.
Kimberly Strassel took MSNBC’s Joy Reid to task on the facts surrounding the reports that Jared Kushner sought to speak incognito with Russian officials. She did not like it.
As the news broke about the terrorist attack in Orlando, a lot of people said some really stupid things on TV.
On ‘Meet the Press,’ George Clooney said he’s not like the Koch brothers because they are in politics to benefit themselves. Wrong.
Both major parties’ frontrunners still fail to grasp the severity of the abortion debate.
Donald Trump’s immigration plan and his support for mass deportation are as ludicrous as they are destructive.
Chuck Todd implied today that reporters are the referees of politics. That’s a good analogy if you don’t know anything about sports, politics, or reporters.
Jon Stewart is the perfect poster child for the unhealthy, smug age of outrage we live in. It’s rampant in the real news, just like the fake news.
In the video of Eric Garner’s death, we saw the police harassing, not a black man, but a fellow American.
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