An obscure Republican gubernatorial candidiate in Idaho named Harley Brown made a name for himself this week when he publicly defended the controversial "Harleyisms" about Jews, gays, blacks and various other groups that live on a special section of his website. Brown, who says his...
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An agitated Chris Matthews on Wednesday fumed over Karl Rove's recent questioning of Hillary Clinton's medical condition. Throwing all the invective he could at the Republican strategist, Matthews reduced Rove's comments to this: "My theory is he could be almost like a kamikaze pilot in World War II. Show More Summary
This confirms so much. Ed Schultz., Chris Matthews, Lawrence O’Donnell and so many other are the most vicious accusers. Turns out they are just projecting their own seething anger and life frustrations onto us. Angry White Men — aka Journalists:
According to Chris Matthews, the American Revolution is an example of liberalism in action, on par with fighting for gay marriage. In a new Lean Forward ad, the Hardball host appeared at Philadelphia's Independence Hall. Matthews equated, "It took twenty two months of men debating in this room to achieve the Declaration of Independence. Show More Summary
Hey, isn’t that … “Hardball” host Chris Matthews showing his softer side by picking up a bouquet of flowers Saturday? Our tipster saw the MSNBC talker scooping up some blooms at Allan Woods florist in Woodley Park, just a day ahead of Mother’s Day. Perhaps he’s just trying to keep up with his colleague, “Meet […]
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Chris Matthews mocked Republicans on Friday's Hardball over their hawkish stance towards Boko Haram, the Nigerian Islamist group that recently kidnapped hundreds of girls. Matthews made a thinly-veiled racial attack on the GOP during...Show More Summary
From M.S., we learn that Gary Marcus has joined Lila Gleitman, Chris Matthews, Mark Aronoff, and many others: Language Log may not need another example, but Gary Marcus' book The Birth of the Mind contains this sentence at the top of page 128: “Whether language is a medium for thought or just for communication, its importance in […]
MSNBC's Chris Matthews slammed Republican policies like voter ID laws and a special investigation of the Benghazi attacks as an "insidious plan" that could backfire like "Watergate." "Let me finish tonight with this insidious plan to...Show More Summary
Washington bureau chief David Corn spoke to Chris Matthews on MSNBC's "Hardball" about recent GOP fundraising emails that use the Benghazi Select Committee's investigation of the "truth" about the attack to solicit donations. UnlikeShow More Summary
A funny moment on Fox News this afternoon when two of TV news' Chris' got momentarily confused for one another. "Alright Chris Matthews, helping us do the math there out of Washington...Chris thank you," Jon Scott said while wrapping...Show More Summary
It's safe to assume that in the Fox News offices, Chris Matthews is the enemy (or one of them). He works for a rival cable news network, he regularly bashes Fox, and he's the political polar opposite of Fox's star commentators. And that's why this clip is particularly cringe-worthy.
MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews was #1 in the 25-54 demo at 7 p.m. ET Tuesday night with 175K viewers. Fox's On the Record with Greta Van Susteren was a close second with 173K and CNN's Erin Burnett Out Front was third with 79K...
According to MSNBC's Chris Matthews, Republicans are using Benghazi like a "voodoo doll" against Hillary Clinton by establishing a select committee of Congress to investigate the attacks. Matthews opened up Monday's Hardball with his...Show More Summary
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews' ratings collapsed last week, falling behind even Headline News's (HLN) Jane Velez-Mitchell. On May 1, Matthews' Hardball earned a sparse 83,000 viewers, a distant fourth place, in the important 24-54 demographic. Show More Summary
During the 7 p.m. ET hour Thursday night, MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews came in last place in the 25-54 demo, behind Fox News, CNN and HLN. Fox's On the Record with Greta Van Susteren was #1 with 286K viewers, followed by HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell with 95K and CNN's Erin Burnett Out Front with 94K. Chris Matthews came in fourth with just 83K viewers.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews ranted on Thursday's Hardball that "it's a ridiculous" to hold the Obama administration culpable for the lack of security around the Benghazi compound during the September, 2012 attacks. "But the idea that somebody...Show More Summary
While most of the media discussed, in one way or another, that newly released emails revealed a direct connection between Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes and former U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice’s controversial remarks on the attack on the U.S. Special Mission Compound in Benghazi, MSNBC’s Chris Matthew chose to avoid the subject on his program Tuesday. […]