On Fox News yesterday, Elisabeth Hasselbeck interviewed Creationist Ken Ham about those pesky atheists and their billboards proclaiming that people can celebrate the holidays without Jesus.
Fox News is changing things up for its New Year’s Eve coverage this year: after six years of hosting the network’s NYE special alongside Bill Hemmer, Megyn Kelly gets the night off to ring in 2014. “Fox & Friends” host Elisabeth Hasselbeck will be in Times Square with Hemmer beginning at 11pmET. The news was announced on “Fox & Friends” this morning. Show More Summary
Jenny McCarthy joined The View a few months ago, to fill the vacant seat left by Elisabeth Hasselbeck, but was it a big mistake? According to Julie Chen, hiring the Love In The Wild host was not the best idea for the show! We’ve already listened to Sharon Osbourne bash the hosts of The View, [...]
Post by Maressa Brown. In a story that now sounds all too familiar, a cake shop owner in Colorado is under legal fire for turning away a gay couple. Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips told Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Fox & FriendsShow More Summary
At this point gay people probably don’t want to taste his moist cakes anyway… Colorado Baker Refuses To Serves Gay Despite Court Order Via RawStory A Colorado baker on Tuesday told Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck that he
Fox News Elisabeth Hasselbeck was angered that an anti-Gay Colorado bakery was found in violation of the state's non-discrimination law when they refused to serve a gay couple.
Fox's Elisabeth Hasselbeck interviewed the owner of a Colorado bakery who was recently found to have violated the state's non-discrimination law by refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding, asking if he believed his rights hadShow More Summary
Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck criticized President Barack Obama's recent speech about income inequality, arguing that Obama was unwisely attempting to change the subject from the Affordable Care Act in a way that highlighted the growing inequality under his own presidency.
"I have stepped in it many times. I have said things where you think two minutes later, 'You know, that was really dumb,'" says "The View's" Whoopi Goldberg of the Sharon Osbourne incident.
Imagine a journalist turning over secret intelligence he’d gotten during interviews to a movement that was at war with the ruling power. It happened, during the American revolution. That newspaper publisher was one of the “secret six” profiled in a new book by Fox News host Brian Kilmeade. Show More Summary
From the November 26 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
"Everyone is just so kind and hard-working and loving. To have those two guys by my side, I feel so happy," says Elisabeth Hasselbeck. "They are remarkably talented and just kind individuals, so I'm beyond thankful."
Whoopi Goldberg really misses hosting The View with Elisabeth Hasselbeck. The latest season of the daytime chat show definitely has a different vibe than it did a few months ago. Although Goldberg doesn’t seem to mind the changes, she told Vanity Fair that she misses spending time with co-hosts Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Joy Behar. Show More Summary
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is really missed on "The View." First, Sherri Shepherd waxed nostalgic about her former co-host. Now Whoopi Goldberg is expressing her love for Elisabeth too. Whoopi sat down with Vanity Fair ahead of her directorial...Show More Summary
Click here to view this media Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck suggested on Monday that pregnant women 65-years-old and older were losing their doctors because of President Barack Obama health care reform law. In a segment titled "Who's...Show More Summary
Fox & Friends co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck misleadingly hyped a specific security concern with the HealthCare.gov website without mentioning that the problem has been fixed. On November 7, Hasselbeck interviewed South Carolina resident...Show More Summary
Fox News obscured Republicans' role in creating a Medicaid coverage gap in the administration's health care expansion to hype one woman's coverage loss as an example of Obama's broken promises. Fox host Elisabeth Hasselbeck welcomedShow More Summary
Deadline reports that during her first full month as the new co-host of "Fox & Friends," Elisabeth Hasselbeck has lifted the Fox News' number-one morning show by double digits. Over the past month, F& F has averaged 1.226 million viewers, a 16% increase. Show More Summary
In the first full month since Elisabeth Hasselbeck joined Fox & Friends, the show has seen some significant ratings increases. Compared to the third quarter of 2013, the show was up 16% in total viewers (from 1.058M in Q3 to 1.226M 9/16/13-10/11/13) and 22% in the key 25-54 demo (from 236K to 289K).