Ben Hayes is Chris Thiessen's homie from Atlanta. They started filming this part in Cali, then Ben went home and finished it in ATL. The post On The Radar: Ben Hayes appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes devoted a segment during Monday’s All In to commenting on the financial crisis in Greece and chose not to attack the left-wing government or any of the previous governments for their spending habits, but rather...Show More Summary
The FBI and ATF are now helping investigate a string of fires at black churches in the South since the massacre in Charleston. Joy Reid talks with All in with Chris Hayes about #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches.
The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur called MSNBC a bunch of pathetic cowards after Chris Hayes apologized to Bill O'Reilly for taking him out of context.
At 8 p.m. ET, I will appear on MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes to discuss the 2016 GOP presidential field's sputtering reaction to Obergefell v. Hodges.
The Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2015 was officially announced on Monday. Sergei Fedorov, Phil Housley, Nicklas Lidstrom, Chris Pronger, Angela Ruggiero, Bill Hay and Peter Karmanos Jr. will be the latest members of the exclusive club. Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly calls out a lot of people who misquote him and shames them as much as he could. However, barely anybody actually makes an apology to the Fox News star. However, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes has actually apologized to O’Reilly. TV Newser has the scoop. Show More Summary
MSNBC host Chris Hayes apologized on his show Thursday night to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly over a segment on the Confederate flag on Tuesday in which he told viewers, “Bill O’Reilly said it represents the bravery of Confederates who fought in the Civil War” lumping him in with “predictable sources” on the right who […]
It’s not uncommon for quotes to be taken out of context, but MSNBC host Chris Hayes misquoted Bill O’Reilly so dramatically that he was forced to issue an on-air apology during a recent broadcast of “All In with Chris Hayes.” … More » The post Why MSNBC Host was Forced to Apologize to Bill O’Reilly appeared first on EveryJoe.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes apologized tonight to Fox News host Bill O’Reilly over a segment on the Confederate flag that included Hayes telling viewers \"Bill O’Reilly said it represents the bravery of Confederates who fought in the Civil...Show More Summary
MSNBC's Chris Hayes apologized tonight for taking his 8 pm rival Bill O'Reilly out of context in a Confederate flag discussion.
In a segment Wednesday night on “gross dishonesty in the media,” Fox News host Bill O’Reilly called out a competitor, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, accusing Hayes of a “complete distortion.” O’Reilly played a clip from Hayes’ MSNBC show, AllShow More Summary
Now if only we could convince him to jam his hairhat in a hay baler. Chris Graham surrenders.
This is Bill O'Reilly's "I'm Not A Racist" Rant, Take Two. Same day, different guest. After declaring war on the Internet for not loving him enough or something, Bill-O took right after MSNBC's Chris Hayes. First, a look at what launched O'Reilly into orbit. If you blink, you'll miss it. Show More Summary
While appearing on the Wednesday edition of MSNBC’s All In, guest and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson argued during a discussion with host Chris Hayes about the Confederate flag that Americans “have all been infected by this legacy of racial inequality” and “haven't learned how to manage the shame and the guilt” of racism.
Yesterday afternoon I was asked by a producer for Chris Hayes' MSNBC show to appear on All In to discuss all the Confederate Flag stuff, and as usual, couldn't do...
Marc Maron implored people earlier today to remember the context in which President Obama said the N-word during a podcast discussion. Maron later appeared on All In With Chris Hayes to talk about how that context gave insight into the person behind the presidency.
From the June 22 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Related: WTF Podcast: President Barack Obama Previously: "Rapper In Chief": How Fox Reduced Obama's Race Comments To "The N-Word" Fox's Bill Hemmer: "As A White American," I Thought The N-Word "Was Entirely Off-Limits, And Now You Have The President Using It"
If anyone wasn't already certain that Steve Kornacki has just completely destroyed what was left of Chris Hayes' weekend show on MSNBC since he took over, look no further than regular segments like this one. Following the news as reported...Show More Summary
South Carolina State Representative Doug Brannon told MSNBC's Chris Hayes tonight he plans to introduce legislation to remove the Confederate flag from the state capitol.