Display Title: WATCH: Rachel Maddow on Obama Sending Out Lesbian Delegates to Sochi Olympics Short Teaser Title: WATCH: Maddow on Obama Sending Out Lesbian Delegates to Sochi Olympics Rachel Maddow tells Putin, "Take that!" read mor...
Rachel Maddow says the U.S. delegation to the Russian Olympics seems like a snub. read more
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Rachel Maddow covers yesterday's news that Obama would be sending a delegation to the Sochi Olympics that includes two openly gay athletes, and would not be attending himself. Says Maddow in her segment: "The combination of having openly gay people...
Private insurers, eager to enroll millions of new customers, have readied a major investment in making Obamacare work, writes Steve Benen of the Rachel Maddow Show. Benen shares a Wall Street Journal report that states, "[W]ith website access improving and the initial deadline to sign up for coverage looming Dec. Show More Summary
On Rachel Maddow tonight, Sen. Loretta Weinberg said she will ask the U.S. Congress - which passed the legislation that created the Port Authority itself - to investigate whether the sudden GWB lane closures were politically-motivated. Show More Summary
Just a heads-up: Matt Katz (former Christie Chronicles columnist at Inky, now covering the governor for WNYC) on All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC 8pm. @MattKatz00 Loretta Weinberg on Rachel Maddow, MSNBC 9pm. @SenatorLorettaW (which I hope she makes a more active account). Expect the GWB to come up. We'll follow up tomorrow if we get good embeddable video.
Liberal MSNBC host Rachel Maddow now has a monthly column in the Washington Post. In her first installment she writes, "Unlike the Reagan administration, the first Bush administration and the Clinton administration, the George W. Bush presidency elevated precisely no one to the ranks of national leadership who wasn't there before.... Show More Summary
In case anybody missed the news, Rachel Maddow now has a once-a-month column in the Washington Post, and her inaugural effort is excellent value for us Democrats: … The George W. Bush administration didn’t just cast too much shade on the next generation of leadership — it also apparently poisoned the ground. The Obama administration’s [Read more...]
Hey, the comments section (4,000 strong) on Rachel Maddow’s first Post op-ed column is really interesting. Seriously. We got, obviously, enough comments jokingly using masculine pronouns applying to Maddow (which were uniformly hilarious even after 30 repetitions), and enough arguing that she is an MSNBC liberal (which were fairly convincing). Less obvious, we got a […]
Boy, that didn't take long, did it? The Washington Post announced Wednesday that MSNBC's Rachel Maddow would be writing a column for the paper once a month, and on Thursday, there was her first piece. Any guesses on the topic? Bashing George. W. Bush, of course. What would you expect from this unapologetic liberal shill? read more
In the first editorial move since Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post, the paper announced today that it has hired MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow to write a monthly column. Editorial page editor Fred Hiatt made the announcement via a memo to the staff: We are delighted to announce that Rachel Maddow, host of MSNBC’s “The Rachel […]
"The journalistic bond between The Post and MSNBC just grew a bit stronger, as the paper’s opinion section announced that MSNBC host Rachel Maddow will be writing a monthly column." So began Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple's announcement Wednesday concerning the addition of the perilously liberal Maddow to the Post opinion page. read more
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Something recently happened in England that warrants revisiting Rachel Maddow’s (in?)famous 2010 interview with Rand Paul concerning the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In April of this year, Rachel Maddow also revisited that interview, following Rand’s visit to Howard University, during which he answers a question from a student with the sentence: “I do question [...]
In something of a backwards move in this day and age, a TV personality is taking on a print gig. Rachel Maddow of MSNBC fame will be writing a monthly column for the Washington Post, according to a memo from Editorial Page Editor Fred...Show More Summary