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With Russia poised to seize control of Ukraine, Rachel Maddow might be among the few remaining fans of voluntary nuclear disarmament -- as is Russian president Vladimir Putin, specifically for former Soviet republics that have gotten...Show More Summary
Abortion practitioners across the country are responsible for nearly 57 million abortions. They kill unborn babies on a daily basis, kill and injure women in failed abortions, and leave women, men, and families dealing with devastating mental health and spiritual issues as a result. While a majority of Americans oppose abortion and believe abortions ought […]
On Wednesday night, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow featured an exclusive segment about the current state of pro-life laws in Texas, following the implementation of HB2, the Texas abortion safety law that added additional safety measures for women visiting clinics. Show More Summary
Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten. US sues Sprint for allegedly overcharging on wiretaps (CNET) New Democratic Strategy Goes After Koch Brothers (NY Times) Rachel Maddow: CIA spying on Congress ‘is death of the Republic stuff’ (Juan Cole) The Face Behind Bitcoin (Newsweek)
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Rachel Maddow appeared on The Daily Show this Wednesday to discuss her documentary which will be airing on MSNBC this Thursday evening, titled Why We Did It, which examines what the real motivations of the Bush administration were for...Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow has a new MSNBC documentary arriving soon called Why We Did It which dives back into the reasons for the war in Iraq. Stewart asks Maddow: "Why did you do this to yourself? Why did you delve back...
A dispute between the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Senate Intelligence Committee may have spilled into dangerous territory, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said on Wednesday, following a New York Times report that agency operatives gained access…
In an obvious back-handed compliment, Rachel Maddow started her eponymous Tuesday night program on MSNBC by supposedly praising the Cable News Network, which she said “once upon a time” was the “only cable news network, and they really...Show More Summary
Chris Matthews had the most-watched show on MSNBC Tuesday evening with 989K total viewers. Matthews' Hardball was followed by The Rachel Maddow Show, which had 976K total viewers and then The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, which had 793K.
Rachel Maddow led her show last night with the disclaimer she was about to do something “controversial” for cable news: praise another network. “CNN today is not what it used to be,” Maddow began. “But once upon a time, CNN really was...Show More Summary
"I'm about to do something that's a little bit controversial for cable news," Rachel Maddow said at the top of her MSNBC show Tuesday night. "It shouldn't be controversial, but because of this business it is." After that warning, she continued, saying, "I'm about to praise a rival cable news network."
MSNBC’s freakish Rachel Maddow has managed to take the Blame Bush strategy to the last extreme of absurdity by asserting that Putin rushing to fill the power vacuum created by Obama’s fecklessness and moonbattery is actually the fault of the 43rd president: Ms. Show More Summary
"It’s an odd way to cite the research… usually you use all of the available data" http://t.co/2ncmR3JB9v — Rachel Maddow MSNBC (@maddow) March 4, 2014 While most media attention was focused elsewhere, the GOP’s favorite blue-eyed boy released his latest attempt to further gut the remnants of our social support system. Show More Summary
Western cultural imperialism aimed at Africa—by everyone from Barack Obama to MSNBC host Rachel Maddow—has been blamed for the passage of what many see as the new draconian laws on homosexual behavior in Uganda. Writing in the prestigious...Show More Summary
Not exactly what the neo-cons want to hear, but they won’t listen to other opinions, anyway.