Never one known for hyperbole, Chris Matthews clearly surprised many when he said conservatives like Mark Levin and Glenn Beck are as crazy as Kim Jong-Un, and when Beck found out, he mockingly decided to start killing uncles now.
Chris Matthews, who has repeatedly compared conservatives to Nazis, indignantly objected to a North Carolina state senator comparing ObamaCare to Nazism. Showing no self awareness, Matthews on Monday sneered, "Ted Cruz has a formidable...Show More Summary
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And that’s why loser talking heads at MSNBC like Chris Matthews, Al Sharpton and the Left’s favorite lesbian Rachael Maddow spends 75% of their airtime playing clips of Fox News Channel. It’s the only way they can draw what little audience...Show More Summary
Chris Matthews accused the conservative and tea-party factions that have been outspoken in their opposition of the Ryan-Murray budget deal of "acting if not as brutally, certainly as crazily" as North Korea's Kim Jong-un, who recently...Show More Summary
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Continuing the perpetual game of "up the ante" at MSNBC, Chris Matthews said right-wingers are as crazy as North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, who just recently had his uncle executed. Mark Levin, clearly tired of all the hyperbole from "MSLSD," responded Friday night and mockingly suggested the supreme leader would fit right in at the liberal network.
A soldier’s surprise for his family at a Philadelphia Flyers game gets points for being awesome. Private First Class Matthew Windish, was serving in Korea as a wheeled vehicle mechanic. His brother, Chris Windish, said he wanted to give his parents a big surprise for Matt’s return to the states around Christmas time. Show More Summary
Even for Chris Matthews, this was an exceptionally offensive statement. Matthews says conservatives are as bad as dictator Kim Jon Un executing his uncle. What a thug.
Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, like Inception, has been behind a veil of secrecy that is not lifted by the release of the trailer. Instead, we get a mood piece with narration by Matthew McConaughey pondering on when the moments when humanity is at its finest. It’s intriguing, beguiling and does what a teaser should do – […]
Is there anything MSNBC hosts won't compare conservatives to? Consider Chris Matthews who began Friday's Hardball likening conservatives such as Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Mark Levin, and Rand Paul - who have the nerve to oppose the budget compromise just passed in the House - to... -
"Our greatest accomplishments cannot be behind us, because our destiny lies above us." After debuting in front of The Desolation of Smaug this weekend, Paramount has unveiled the first teaser trailer online for Chris Nolan's new sci-fi movie Interstellar, starring Matthew McConaughey. Show More Summary
Pop quiz: What's the difference between the North Korean regime and the Republican Party? The most logical answer is "a lot," but in the intro to Hardball Friday, Chris Matthews made it seem like "very little." The MSNBC host somehow found a way to tie...
During his 19-year tenure as host of the Hardball cable TV political talk show, Chris Matthews has made several mistakes, but the one he will probably be remembered for most was his 2008 off-the-cuff remark that “I felt this thrill going...Show More Summary
Hardball with Chris Matthews was the most-watched show in total viewers and the second most-watched show in the 25-54 demo across both MSNBC and CNN's prime time schedules Wednesday night. Chris Matthews' program had 899K total viewers and 189K in the demo.
Chris Matthews will discuss his book on the relationship between Speaker of the House Tip O'Neill and President Ronald Reagan this Saturday. [ more › ]
(Scott Johnson) In the Chris Matthews kneepad interview on MSNBC — I fastened on this strand of it here — President Obama unburdened himself of the deep thought that “we have these big agencies, some of which are outdated, some of which...Show More Summary
If there's one off-the-cuff remark that will follow Chris Matthews for the rest of his career as a pundit, it has to be time time in 2008 when he said, in reference to a speech by then-candidate Barack Obama, "I felt this thrill going up my leg." It's the one line for which conservatives love to make fun of him most, and he knows it.
The most defining moment of how MSNBC sees President Obama came when Chris Matthews sounded giddy the night before his interview with the president. “I got the Christmas eve excitement brewing right here at Hardball because tomorrowShow More Summary
PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton was the highest-rated show in the 25-54 demo across MSNBC's evening schedule Monday with 214K viewers. Sharpton beat fellow MSNBC hosts Chris Matthews, who had 209K viewers and Ed Schultz, who had 170...