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Two Fast Funny Things

I vowed off the Hillary's Walker joke, but the Free Beacon hasn't. I also sort of took Chris Matthews' advice and began ignoring the non-grown ups at Vox, but Slublog didn't....

Responding to News Blogs ‘Not Of Interest’ to Chris Matthews

Apparently, engaging with news blogs aren’t high on Chris Matthews‘ priority list. Asked to respond to a piece written by Vox’s Max Fisher on U.S. airstrikes in Iraq, Matthews didn’t mince words. “I don’t respond to that kind of stuff,...Show More Summary

MSNBC's Chris Matthews blasts colleague Ezra Klein's Vox

Jonathan Capehart got more than he bargained for while guest-hosting Friday's edition of The Reid Report, which featured Hardball host Chris Matthews discussing Iraq. Well, Matthews was supposed to discuss Iraq. He veered for a moment into some less-than-constructive criticism of MSNBC colleague Ezra Klein's "explanatory journalism" website Vox.com. Show More Summary

MSNBC’s Matthews Disses Colleague Ezra Klein’s Vox: ‘Not of Interest to Me,’ 'Let Me Deal With the Grown Ups'

Chris Matthews is apparently no fan of blogs or websites, even when they are run by his comrades at MSNBC. On the August 8 edition of The Reid Report, guest host Jonathan Capehart welcomed the Hardball host to the program to discuss Iraq. Show More Summary

Chris Matthews: Boehner Can't Even Stand Up and Be an American

Friday on MSNBC's "The Reid Report," "Hardball" host Chris Matthews criticized Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) for having endorsed President Barack Obama's decision to strike ISIS in Iraq while also criticizing the president's "disengaged" leadership and lack of a "long-term strategy." Matthews said, "That's a partisan response, of course. Show More Summary

Chris Matthews To Obama: Sue Congress!

Occasionally Tweety has a decent idea. This is one. He says President Obama should sue Congress for failure to provide services. I'm not sure if that's a legitimate claim from the executive to the legislative branch, but it seems to me that there should be a way for the people to sue Congress for failing to govern. Or something. What say you?

Chris Matthews Triples Down on 'Sue Congress' Plea, Once Again Spewing False Claims About House GOP

He just won't let it go. MSNBC's Chris Matthews returned once again to his hare-brained idea that the president should sue Congress, joined tonight by another dynamic duo of hard-core lefties in cheering on the idea: the perpetually sanctimoniously smug comedian John Fugelsang and MSNBC daytime anchor Joy Reid. Show More Summary

Chris Matthews: Obama's Amnesty Will Be His 'Emancipation Proclamation'

Wednesday on MSNBC's "Hardball," host Chris Matthews discussing the presidential press conference that had just wrapped up, said he understood President Barack Obama's answer to whether he will grant work permits essentially creating...Show More Summary

MSNBC's Matthews Doubles Down On Absurd Call to Sue Congress

Monday's "Let Me Finish" tirade was no once-off exercise in spitballing for Chris Matthews. The host of MSNBC's Hardball picked up Tuesday night where he left off, his calling on President Obama to sue Congress for "failure to provide...Show More Summary

Matthews Continues Floating Idea of Obama Suing Congress: ‘Could Be Held Liable’

6 months agoNews : Mediaite

Chris Matthews ended Hardball last night suggesting, part-jokingly, that President Obama should sue Congress. But he opened the show tonight talking about it again, so he might be starting to take this a little more seriously as an idea.

Matthews: Why Doesn’t Obama Just Sue Congress Instead?

6 months agoNews : Mediaite

Chris Matthews made somewhat of a modest proposal on his show Monday: if John Boehner is going to sue President Obama, why doesn't Obama just sue Congress right back for a "failure to provide services"?

Chris Matthews: Obama Should Sue Congress for 'Failure to Provide Services'; He's Serious

For Barack Obama's 53rd birthday, Chris Matthews gave the gift of an incredibly stupid idea. In his closing "Let Me Finish" commentary for August 4, the MSNBC Hardball host urged the president to "get yourself a bright lawyer" and work...Show More Summary

MRC’s Notable Quotables: GOP Would Impeach Obama Just for Being Black

Now online: the August 4 edition of Notable Quotables, MRC’s bi-weekly compilation of the latest outrageous quotes in the liberal media. This week, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews sleazily blasts GOP voters who reacted with “dread” to Barack Obama — “that name and that face” — and who now would impeach him for no reason: “They never went looking for a reason. Show More Summary

Speaker Boehner: Democratic fundraiser No. 1

“Explain to me why the core Democrat, the base, would shell out $50, $100, $5,000, whatever you’re allowed to give, because they heard there was an impeachment drive on?” MSNBC’s Chris Matthews asked me Tuesday night. “Why does that make you want to give more money?” The inspiration for the query was news that the […]

Ed Schultz’s Advice to Obama: ‘Bring it from Your Loins!’

6 months agoNews : Mediaite

Remember Chris Matthews getting the tingle up the leg? Well, one of his MSNBC colleagues managed to out-creepy him today with an extremely weird line he used in offering advice to President Obama on how he can help win the midterms in the fall.

Gorgeous New Interstellar Trailer Shows Chris Nolan's Alien Worlds

6 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

This brand new Interstellar takes us all a little bit further into the vast universe that director Christopher Nolan is ready to explore. Watch as Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey blast off into beautiful space. Read more...

Gorgeous New Interstellar Trailer Shows Chris Nolan's Alien Worlds

6 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

This brand new Interstellar takes us all a little bit further into the vast universe that director Christopher Nolan is ready to explore. Watch as Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey blast off into beautiful space. Read more...

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