On MSNBC's Hardball Wednesday, show host Chris Matthews offered something of an ode to Burger King, noting that the restaurant's burgers taste "like it's been grilled out back on a barbecue."
Chris Matthews devoted a segment during his MSNBC show Hardball on Wednesday evening to the tragic shooting death of a firearms instructor at a Arizona gun range after a nine-year-old girl accidently shot him with an Uzi submachine gun. Show More Summary
In his rush to flame-broil Burger King as an unpatriotic fast-food joint looking to skip out on paying its taxes to Uncle Sam, MSNBC Hardball host Chris Matthews sought to enlist the famously pro-free market, pro-capitalism Wall Street Journal. Show More Summary
The editorial formula over at Tweety's show seems to be "If you diss the voters, they will come." Or not. This segment above from Tuesday's Hardball is exactly what I'm talking about. Now comes Chris Matthews, concern trolling about how people aren't motivated to vote because everything sucks and they're frustrated. Show More Summary
Filling in for Erin Burnett on CNN Tuesday evening, Jim Sciutto managed to come in first place in the 25-54 demo, beating Fox News' On the Record with Greta Van Susteren and MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews.
Last week I noted how MSNBC's Chris Matthews, who usually has tingles down his leg for the president, was taken aback by Barack Obama's statement regarding the ISIS beheading of American freelance journalist James Foley. Tonight a frustrated Matthews expressed his frustration with Mr. Show More Summary
It's not surprising that MSNBC's Chris Matthews would frame the racial unrest in Ferguson through a political lens. The liberal host on Monday brought on two prominent Democrats to plot strategy on how the fallout from the Michael Brown shooting could be appropriated. Show More Summary
Monday morning, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews interviewed Alexandra Pelosi, daughter of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, as she sat in front of a collapsed storefront. Nancy and husband Paul Pelosi own a winery in Napa, the Napa Valley Register reported in May of this year, and a home in nearby San Francisco. Show More Summary
On MSNBC Friday, Chris Matthews, filling in for Andrea Mitchell on Mitchell Reports, said President Barack Obama should take after his own attorney general, Eric Holder.
Filling in for Andrea Mitchell during MSNBC's 12 p.m. ET hour on Friday, Hardball host Chris Matthews hit President Obama from the left while praising Attorney General Eric Holder's visit to Ferguson, Missouri: "...it may be a lesson for the President, too, and I'm not usually a critic of him. Show More Summary
While I'm very happy to see Hardball host Chris Matthews willing to discuss the topics of income disparity and poverty in the wake of the protests in Ferguson, MO and what can be done to get people back to work, I really have to wonder...Show More Summary
MSNBC’s “Hardball” host Chris Matthews criticized President Barack Obama’s statement on the murder of journalist James Foley on Wednesday. Even though he did say that the president's statement was “powerful,” after playing a clip ofShow More Summary
And Mike Morell.
"I don't know why he used the word 'justice.' It's not appropriate here. This is an attack on our country, we have to react to it," an upset Chris Matthews reacted to a video excerpt of President Obama's statement today about the beheading...Show More Summary
Mocking MSNBC's preachy "Lean Forward" ads that promote every liberal cause under the sun, the Media Research Center has launched a series of online "Lean Over" videos to illustrate the absurdity of the network's left-wing hosts. First up, Hardball's unhinged partisan propagandist, Chris Matthews. Show More Summary
MRC's latest riff on Chris Matthews gave us a thrill up the leg.
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....
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
"Let Me Deal With the Grown Ups."
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