Chris Matthews continues to be MSNBC’s unending source of enlightened commentary on race relations and Republican guilt. This time on Thursday’s edition of The Reid Report he suggested that conservative opposition to executive amnesty...Show More Summary
In this week of the CPAC straw poll, the kiss of death for a Republican hopeful might be to say "endorsed by Chris Matthews." But that dubious honor has been bestowed on Jeb Bush. On this evening's Hardball, Matthews declared that Jeb...Show More Summary
According to Chris Matthews, the modern GOP would throw out the party's pro-civil rights members from the 1960s. Talking to former Lyndon Johnson aide Joseph Califano on Tuesday, Matthews appeared amazed by the fact that the 1964 Civil Rights Act "passed with four out of five Republicans." He sneered, "People don't believe the Republican Party" of today is the same.
Earlier this month, Marie Harf, a spokeswoman for the U.S. State Department, told MSNBC's Chris Matthews that the United States couldn't win the fight against the Islamic State by simply killing all the militants. Instead, she suggested, other factors had to be considered, including "a lack of opportunity for jobs." Harf's comment was widely mocked (it prompted […]
Secretary of State John Kerry took the US-ISrael disagreement to a new level yesterday, saying that Netanyahu had pushed the disastrous Iraq war. "A very tough shot" at the war party, Chris Matthews said, while the New York Times, covering for neocons, dismissed the line as a needling.
Hardball host Chris Matthews devoted the first 11 minutes of his February 25 program to rehashing tired, discredited talking points about the upcoming March 3 speech to a joint session of Congress by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
He's compared Newt Gingrich to Satan, spewed that Dick Cheney "created ISIS," and railed that socially conservative devout Catholic Rick Santorum wants to set up a theocracy in America. Yet for some strange reason, Salon's Joan Walsh...Show More Summary
RNC chair says his big achievement isn’t opening up his party -- but stacking debates with conservative questioners
New on February 23: A rant from MSNBC’s Chris Matthews upset by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s charge that President Obama doesn’t love America: “It really does no good at all, except score political points with those who hat...
In case he's been too subtle in the past, an unhinged Chris Matthews made himself clear on Monday: He thinks the Republicans "hate" Barack Obama. The Hardball anchor fumed over insufficient outrage at Rudy Giuliani's assertion that Obama doesn't "love America." In the span of one show, he hit Republicans as "haters" seven times.
By MOSHE PHILLIPS and BENYAMIN KORN So it turns out the Obama administration does have a strategy for combating terrorists: give them jobs. In a remarkable exchange with MSNBC’s “Hardball” host Chris Matthews on February 16, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said: “We cannot kill our way out of this war. We need in the […]
An outraged Chris Matthews on Thursday railed against Rudy Giuliani's assertion that Barack Obama doesn't "love America." The cable anchor assailed the idea that anyone's patriotism would be questioned. An odd assertion from an MSNBC host as they do it quite often. A wounded Matthews howled, "They're saying [Obama] doesn't love America!"
[guest post by Dana] State Dept. spokesperson Marie Harf, in discussing the ISIS situation with Chris Matthews, said this: We cannot kill our way out of this war. We need in the medium to longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s a lack of opportunity […]
It was good to see Chris Matthews put on someone with common sense today to counter his rant yesterday about "moral humiliation" and why we should wage war to keep ourselves from suffering from it. Marie Harf, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Show More Summary
"We cannot kill our way out of this war," State Department spokesperson Marie Harf told MSNBC's Chris Matthews "We need in the medium to longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s a lack of opportunity for jobs.” Ever since, she has been getting hammered by conservatives on Twitter and elsewhere across the web.
State Department spokesperson Marie Harf explains to no lesser pillar of unbiased reporting than Chris Matthews that - as opposed to President Obama's 'bomb them into oblivion' perspective, "we can't kill our way out of this war [with ISIS]... Show More Summary
To describe our State Department (and it’s spokes person) as boneheaded is an insult to boneheaded people. Here’s State Department Spokesperson Marie Harf and, of all people, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews: MATTHEWS: How do we stop this? I don’t see it. I see the Shia militias coming out of Baghdad who are all Shia. The Sunnis hate […]
ISIS recruits join the Islamic State because they “lack job opportunities,” according to Obama administration representative Marie Harf. During an interview on MSNBC Hard Ball with Chris Matthew, the State Department spokeswoman made the comments which have drawn severe backlash and have now gone viral. Show More Summary
Marie Harf, one of the State Department’s spokespeople, went on Chris Matthews’ MSNBC show and said that ISIS needs jobs. Harf also noted that “we cannot win this war by killing them.” WHAT. Hat tip to Washington Examiner’s T. Becket Adams for the find.
I cannot think of a better face for the Obama Administration foreign policy than this girlish, giggly retard. She molests the truth like it's a drunken sorority sister. See the link for the video. This is Chris Matthews interviewing her,...