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This is an objectively good thing: Progressive radio and television personality Sam Seder will be offered his MSNBC contributor job back and plans to accept, according to multiple MSNBC sources. Seder and MSNBC were set to part ways when his contributor contract expired next year, with reports indicating the departure had to do with a […]
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The Good Guys Win One

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MSNBC has done the right thing and decided not to give the alt-right a veto over its staffing decisions based on willful misreading of tweets: Progressive radio and television personality Sam Seder will be offered his MSNBC contribu...

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