'Interstellar' star Matthew McConaughey and Chris Nolan surprised Comic-Con 2014 with a look at trailer #3.
In the midst of a panel discussion this evening freaking out over the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals striking a blow to the ObamaCare, MSNBC's Chris Matthews invoked a favored 14-year-old bogeyman of the Left, the Supreme Court ruling in Bush v. Show More Summary
"Well, then they're stupid out there if they fall for this!" That's how an angry Chris Matthews erupted at Dallas Morning News columnist Wayne Slater as he suggested that Texas Gov. Rick Perry's sending 1,000 National Guardsmen to the border with Mexico would "play" well with Republican voters -- and potential 2016 caucus goers -- in western Iowa. Show More Summary
Amazingly, Chris Matthews concluded Thursday’s Hardball by playing clips of how President Ronald Reagan reacted the Soviet shootdown of a Korean Air Lines 747 passenger jet in 1983 – even conceding, after a clip of Reagan charging the...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton was positively compared to not one but two beloved Republican presidents -- Dwight D. Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan -- in a July 16 Hardball segment praising the former secretary of state's interview with Jon Stewart and...Show More Summary
During a segment attacking conservative Republicans who have been critical of the Obama administration's handling of the border crisis, MSNBC's Chris Matthews had an amusing Al Sharpton-like teleprompter moment, repeatedly trying, and...Show More Summary
As my colleagues have been documenting throughout the day, both NBC and MSNBC have had their share of biased segments against Israel on their Tuesday programs. So it was rather refreshing to see Hardball host Chris Matthews defend the...Show More Summary
On Tuesday’s broadcast of Armed Forces Radio Talk’s “Sandy Rios in the Morning,” Breitbart News’ Matthew Boyle said that evidence of “8,300 vote irregularities” has been discovered by Chris McDaniel’s campaign in its challenge to Sen. Show More Summary
MSNBC’s “Hardball” anchor Chris Matthews said “it still looks like the republicans can win the senate. I would bet on them winning the senate right now” in a discussion on Tuesday’s “Morning Joe.” “It's all about the timing...will [voters]...Show More Summary
On the July 14 edition of Hardball With Chris Matthews, the left-wing MSNBC host continued his pattern of spewing convenient yet historically inaccurate facts. After playing an amusing, if not crude, clip of John Oliver poking fun at the recently unearthed love letters of former President Warren G. Show More Summary
Although more subdued compared to his June 18 anti-Dick Cheney diatribe, MSNBC's Chris Matthews returned on his Monday, July 14 program once again to his unhealthy, creepy obsession with the former vice president. The relevant news hook...Show More Summary
This morning, Joe Scarborough called the idea of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) becoming the Republican nominee for president in 2016 total "fiction." But, as we learned this afternoon, his MSNBC colleague Chris Matthews disagrees.
David Corn and Michelle Bernard joined Chris Matthews on MSNBC's Hardball to discuss the latest Benghazi scandal bubble burst. David Corn is Mother Jones' Washington bureau chief. For more of his stories, click here. He's also on Twitter.
On Friday's Hardball, Chris Matthews and Howard Dean slammed the supposedly "lunatic" Republican Party for opposing President Obama's $3.7 billion request to deal with the ongoing crisis at the U.S-Mexico border. Dean likened the political...Show More Summary
Chris Matthews wrapped up this Wednesday's edition of Hardball by insisting that if the next Democratic presidential candidate just does more to chase after those white male voters who did not vote for President Obama the last time around,...Show More Summary
On the O’Reilly Factor last night, Howard Kurtz suggested MSNBC is no longer favoring President Obama. “Even the folks at MSNBC not getting the thrill up the leg anymore,” Kurtz said, referencing Chris Matthews‘ now infamous “thrill up my leg” sound bite from 2008. Show More Summary
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews he thinks that Mitt Romney will run for president in 2016 and that “he will be the next president of the United States.” The former Massachusetts governor lost the GOP primary in 2008 and then the general election in 2012. Show More Summary
Miracles do happen. On his July 9 Hardball program, MSNBC's Chris Matthews actually pressed abortion-rights absolutist Stephanie Schriock about the implications of her support for Democratic legislation to overturn the Supreme Court's ruling in Burwell v. Show More Summary
Hardball host Chris Matthews made some bizarre comments about the potential Republican candidates for president in 2016 on Tuesday night. Speaking to Jeanne Cummings of Bloomberg News and Republican strategist John Feehery, Matthews took a swipe at Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and suggested “he's the Republicans John Edwards.” [See video below.] read more
On Monday’s MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) said after being asked how he’d advise Mitt Romney on running in 2016, “I think he actually is going to run for president. He probably doesn’t want me to say that. A hundred times he says he’s not.” “Mitt Romney has always accomplished what he [...]