From the April 1 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: Jake Tapper Asks The Simple "Religious Freedom" Question His Conservative Guest Can't Answer Fox Host Claims Businesses Won't Refuse To Serve Gay People - Too Late Another Megyn Kelly Fib About Indiana's "Religious Freedom" Law And LGBT Civil Rights
The first quarter ratings for 2015 are in, and Fox News Channel’s standings compared to the other cable news networks should surprise no one. This extends to the DC-based “Special Report with Bret Baier,” which, according to Nielsen, has now been the top-rated cable show in the 6pm timeslot for 75 consecutive months. Show More Summary
“Fox & Friends Weekend” host and editor of The Daily Caller, Tucker Carlson, drew a dubious comparison Tuesday evening during a panel discussion on “Special Report with Bret Baier.” In an attempt to flip the script on opponents of Indiana’s “Religious...Show More Summary
From the March 31 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: Fox News' Dishonest Defense Of Indiana's Anti-LGBT "Religious Freedom" Law Fox's Jonah Goldberg: Gay Rights Groups Are "Going Across The Battlefield Shooting The Wounded" On Indiana's RFRA Fox Host Praises College For Discriminating Against LGBT Students And Potential Employees
Someone forgot to give Fox host Bret Baier the memo on the Indiana's new "religious freedom" law: Watch A Fox News Anchor Debunk His Network's Defense Of Indiana's "Religious Freedom" Law: Fox News anchor Bret Baier debunked the network's...Show More Summary
From the March 30 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: ABC's Stephanopoulos Grills Gov. Mike Pence On Anti-LGBT Discrimination After Indiana "Religious Freedom" Law Passes Watch A Fox News Anchor Debunk His Network's Defense Of Indiana's "Religious Freedom" Law Fox News' Dishonest Defense Of Indiana's Anti-LGBT "Religious Freedom" Law
Carlos Maza writes for Media Matters: Fox News anchor Bret Baier debunked the network's defense of Indiana's discriminatory "religious freedom" law, explaining that the law is broader than both federal law and similar measures in other states. Show More Summary
While other Fox News hosts have shown sympathy toward Indiana’s heavily-criticized “religious freedom” law, anchor Bret Baier shot down one of their talking points in an interview on Monday, Media Matters reported. Last week, Baier’s colleague, Gretchen Carlson argued...
Even Fox News is backing away from Indiana’s anti-LGBT law. Fox anchor Bret Baier told “Happening Now” host Eric Shawn that the Indiana law is far broader than either the federal "Religious Freedom Restoration Act” signed in 1993 orShow More Summary
Who you gonna believe, Bret Baier or the text next to him? Indiana Gov. Mike Pence spent his weekend ungraciously leaping from the path of questions on the effects and intentions of the new Indiana law allowing public discriminationShow More Summary
Fox News anchor Bret Baier debunked the network's defense of Indiana's discriminatory "religious freedom" law, explaining that the law is broader than both federal law and similar measures in other states. Last week, Indiana became the...Show More Summary
When the Hillary e-mail scandal broke, FNC’s Bret Baier noted in setting up a video compilation, “one cable channel with five letters quickly got to another story line, one that involved Republicans and one familiar line involving playing cards.”
From the March 25 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: Conservative Media Cry Wolf On FEMA Climate Policy
From the March 18 edition of Fox News' Special Report With Bret Baier: Previously: Fox's Krauthammer Instructs GOP To "Completely Ignore" Obama's Budget Proposal And "Start From Scratch" Fox's Krauthammer Advises GOP To "Reimpose The Sequester" Krauthammer: Obama's Response To Budget Plan "Is Only About Appealing To Class War"
Fox's Charles Krauthammer thinks the only mistake the Republicans made with their letter on the Iranian negotiations is who they sent it to. On this Tuesday's Special Report with Bret Baier, after their faux Democrat Juan Williams gave...Show More Summary
[Content Note: Homophobia; straight privilege.]Last Friday, Republican Senator and presidential hopeful Rand Paul gave an interview to Bret Baier at Fox News, in which he discussed his views on same-sex marriage, which are exactly as terrible as you'd expect: Baier: —gay rights?Paul: Well, I'm for traditional marriage. Show More Summary
“Special Report with Bret Baier” will air an exclusive interview with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi tonight at 6pmET. Baier and President el-Sisi discuss the fight against ISIS and Islamic extremism. “House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey will be a guest on tonight’s \"Hardball with Chris Matthews” at 7pmET. Show More Summary
In an interview with Fox News' Bret Baier on Friday, self-described "libertarian conservative" Sen. Rand Paul lamented the spread of marriage equality and wished everyone could just go back to referring to same-sex unions as anything other than "marriage." Said...
In an interview with Bret Baier from Fox News, potential GOP presidential nominee Rand Paul came out in support of “traditional marriage,” before admitting that using the term ‘marriage’ for same sex couples offends him. According to the Washington Blade, the Kentucky...
From the March 5 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: Fox Host Revives Attkisson's Repeatedly Debunked Benghazi "Bombshell" Congressman Blows A Hole In Attkisson's Benghazi Documents "Bombshell" "Scrubbed" Benghazi Docs "Bombshell" Is Based On Evidence-Free Report By Discredited Benghazi Hoax Architect