From the March 6 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: Right-Wing Media Totally Cool With Paul Ryan Shaming Kids On Free Lunch Program Fox's Free Lunch Double Standard Fox Asks If Children Should Work For School Me...
MSNBC host Chris Hayes blasted the myth that expanding unconventional energy sources in the U.S. will weaken Russia, an "absurd" claim that has been perpetuated by conservative media to pin the security crisis in Ukraine on President...Show More Summary
"Radical libertarian would like to tie up and abuse proglodyte and leftover journalists. Boys who look like Sally Kohn or Chris Hayes who need to be tied up, slapped around and fucked. Also any Rick Santorum supporters in the closet or younger versions of Lindsey Graham or John McCain. Show More Summary
Rep. Josh Miller on All In with Chris Hayes. You know how experiencing personal tragedy can make some Republicans very nearly human? Like when Sen. Mark Kirk had a stroke and the epiphany that low-income residents on Medicaid wouldn't...Show More Summary
All In with Chris Hayes Chris Hayes talks to his panel, including Imani Perry and Jelani Cobb, about the difference between policy and philanthropy.
All In with Chris Hayes was the most-watched show across MSNBC's prime time schedule in the 25-54 demo Wednesday night with 211K viewers. Hardball with Chris Matthews was a close second with 209K and PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton was third with 198K. Perennial frontrunner The Rachel Maddow Show was fourth with 195K.
Alex Berezow faults Chris Hayes for being uncertain about what should be …
From the February 26 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: Fox News Has A Nasty Anti-Gay Hangover Conservative Media Are Outraged That Arizona's Anti-Gay Bill Was Vetoed Fox's Tucker Carlson: It's "Fascism" For Businesses To Have To Treat Gay Customers Equally
Former liberal talk radio host Jim Hightower emerged from his present-day obscurity to spew venom at wealthy oil executives on national television Tuesday night. Hightower appeared on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes to comment on the...Show More Summary
On February 24th, MSNBC's Chris Hayes was joined by HBO's Jon Frankel to report that the National Rifle Association (NRA) and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) fight to allow "young kids to access guns." To make this case,...Show More Summary
We've already covered this in a post by Susie Madrak on the weekend, but Chris Hayes covered it in such delicious detail last night, that even Forbes called "sublimely rich" in hypocrisy that it bears repeating. Sometimes, the hypocrisy...Show More Summary
Employees from NBCUniversal dropped off over 10,000 petitions seeking better workplace rights, to MSNBC's primetime hosts, Thursday. According to TV Newser, the workers requested that Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes, Ed Schultz, Al Sharpton, and Lawrence O’Donnell come down and personally receive the letters. Show More Summary
From the February 21 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: NRA's Toxic Ted Nugent Causes Campaign Problem For Texas Gov. Hopeful Greg Abbott Here Are 13 Other Repugnant Comments Ted Nugent Should Apologize For Ted Nugent...Show More Summary
If there was any doubt that MSNBC is a mouthpiece for liberal activism, Chris Hayes should have erased it on Wednesday’s edition of his program All In. Hayes was discussing MSNBC’s favorite current topic – the Chris Christie “Bridgegate” saga – with Dan Cantor, national director of the ultra-liberal Working Families Party. Show More Summary
On Chris Hayes' Wednesday MSNBC program, "All In," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio elaborated on a speech he gave to American Israel Public Affairs Committee last month in which he said it was part of his job as mayor of New YorkShow More Summary
On MSNBC Wednesday night, Chris Hayes grilled New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on his support of Israel, asking if it's really part of his job as mayor to be a "defender of Israel."
Watching House of Cards over the weekend, one began to rack up a certain number of celebrity pundit sightings. Sean Hannity, Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes — all of them make some kind of appearance on the show. (A … Read More
By Rachel Goldfarb, originally published on Next New Deal Click here to receive the Daily Digest via email. Worst. President. Ever. (All In With Chris Hayes) In honor of Presidents' Day, Chris Hayes invites Roosevelt Institute Fellow Dorian Warren to discuss his pick for the worst: Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Show More Summary
Watch the segment from a Missouri school's drill above, read the NBC.com article here, or watch MSNBC host Chris Hayes and reporter @Nona Willis Aronowitz discuss it here.