In an extremely odd exchange, MSNBC’s Hardball host Chris Matthews — speaking with colleague Andrea Mitchell – wondered aloud on his show Wednesday if “wife beating” was something that women… READ ON
Last night on MSNBC's Hardball, Chris Matthews hit a new level of unhinged when he tied Texas Senator Ted Cruz and the Second Amendment to...
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Suggests Only White People Can Be Racist Chris Matthews of MSNBC took the time to give conservatives’ favorite fat fawk Rush Limbaugh a little lesson on racism…. According to Mediaite: MSNBC Chris Matthews has a sociological lesson
In what has to be at least the weirdest cable news clip you'll see this week, live-wire Hardball host Chris Matthews veered off-course Wednesday afternoon, during a segment on 2016 presidential powerhouse Hillary Clinton, to ask Andrea Mitchell if "wife-beating or beaters" is something that women "really worry about?"
During an interview on Wednesday with Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), MSNBC host Chris Matthews observed a connection between recent threats that her Manhattan office has received with a statement made in 2010 by Sharron Angle, a Republican Senate candidate in Nevada who failed to unseat Sen. Show More Summary
An unhinged Chris Matthews exploited another tragedy on Wednesday, connecting the pro-Second Amendment views of Ted Cruz and other Republicans to the shootings of two prosecutors in Texas. The Hardball anchor began by dredging up failed...Show More Summary
As NewsBusters reported, MSNBC's Chris Matthews on Monday actually said, “Racism is the belief that one race - whites - should rule all others.” Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain responded to this nonsense on Fox News's...Show More Summary
Matthew McConaughey has confirmed he’ll star in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar for Paramount and Warner Bros, which Deadline told you exclusively a week ago. The actor doesn’t say much about the role, just that he’s doing it. Having veered from the romcom, he’s having a nice second wind to his career. Show More Summary
Briefly: It has been confirmed by the man himself that he's taking the role in Chris Nolan's next movie, Interstellar, a sci-fi interstellar voyage script written by Jonathan Nolan, based on physicist Kip Thorne's theories of gravity fields and wormholes. Show More Summary
Matthew McConaughey announced that he has accepted the lead role in Christopher Nolan's sci-fi film, 'Interstellar'.
On his show Tuesday night, Sean Hannity went after MSNBC host Chris Matthews, who, earlier this week, offered up a very specific definition of racism. Advising Matthews to invest in a dictionary, Hannity pointed to the likes of Louis Farrakhan as examples of racism that don't fit Matthews' mold — then segueing into the Democratic Party's penchant for playing the race card.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews has made a new pronouncement, this time that Hillary Clinton is in the most "commanding position" to be anointed president since the general of all the U.S. Armies in WWII, Dwight D. Eisenhower, ran for President in 1952. Show More Summary
The latest pearl of shouted "wisdom" from the most loathsome member of MSNBC's news-challenged lineup: ...
MSNBC Chris Matthews has a sociological lesson for conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. After playing a clip of Limbaugh identifying racial antipathy in comments made by a pastor who spoke in front of President Barack Obama, Matthews took Limbaugh to school on the definition of racism. Show More Summary
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews seems to think that only white people can be racist. On Monday’s Hardball, he actually said, “Racism is the belief that one race - whites - should rule all others” (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more
Does Chris Matthews have a new Democrat to give him a "thrill" up his leg? On Monday, the Hardball anchor praised Hillary Clinton's stature leading up to a hypothetical 2016 run as the most impressive since General Eisenhower in 1952. Show More Summary
By Matthew Artz, Chris DeBenedetti, Rebecca Parr and Ashly McGlone, MecuryNews.com Negotiations between the city of Oakland and its largest union are already getting testy. About 25 SEIU members stormed into a corridor housing the offices of top city officials Wednesday morning and occupied the office of Assistant City Administrator Scott Johnson for about 10 [...]
On his program this week, Chris Matthews discussed the recent swift rise of the LGBT civil rights movement with MSNBC contributor Joy Reid and openly gay Pennsylvania Representative Brian Sims. civil rights - acceptance in african american community In this...
Last night openly gay Pennsylvania state Rep. Brian Sims appeared on MSNBC's Hardball to talk about the "rapid rise of LGBT civil rights." He did a great job. Chris Matthews: "Maybe you'll be governor some day."