"The bigshots say we should pay no mind to what the people in the country think." Chris Matthews takes on Bill Clinton and elite leaders who seek Syrian intervention in defiance of popular will
MSNBC will broadcast live from The Essence Festival July 4 weekend. The channel is bringing a good chunk of its on-air talent to the festival, which celebrates African American culture and music. Al Sharpton, Chris Matthews, Chris Hayes,...Show More Summary
The US is going down the list of Islamic countries, seeking regime change after regime change, says Chris Matthews. "Next stop, Iran."
Freshman Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has become an increasingly controversial figure in American politics as evidenced by comments MSNBC's Chris Matthews made this week comparing Cruz to Nazi sympathizer Father Coughlin. Fox's Bill O'Reilly...Show More Summary
Don’t get up Bill O’Reilly’s Irish. When MSNBC host Chris Matthews said that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has a “black Irish look” like 1950s Communist-hunting former Sen. Joe McCarthy and O’Reilly himself, the Fox News Channel host took him and his network to task — aiming directly for their ratings decline. Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly ripped both Chris Matthews and MSNBC on Thursday after Matthews dubiously remarked that Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) has a "black Irish look." Matthews used the term, which refers to Irish people with dark features, while railing against Cruz... Show More Summary
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly ripped the "desperate" MSNBC and host Chris Matthews on Thursday, alleging the network was in a "desperate situation" with falling ratings. O'Reilly was responding to comments Matthews made on his show, "Hardball," on Thursday, in which he said Sen. Show More Summary
Red State's Erick Erickson and the Media Research Center's Tim Graham joined Bill O'Reilly for an entertaining look at how a 20% ratings collapse has affected MSNBC's approach to programming. Chris Matthews, specifically, has gone even further off the rails with his personal attacks against Bill O'Reilly and Sen. Show More Summary
It’s no secret that MSNBC is at the bottom of the ratings barrel when it comes to cable news, but are they “desperate” for ratings? Fox News pundit and rival Bill O’Reilly thinks so. O’Reilly slammed MSNBC and host Chris Matthews on Thursday for the latter’s comment that Senator Ted Cruz has a “black Irish [...]Show More Summary
The cable news wars are back! On “The O’Reilly Factor” last night, Bill O’Reilly dedicated a segment to “Obama Idolatry” in the media, focusing on MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, apparently in response to a comment that Matthews made referring...Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly fired back at Chris Matthews on his show Thursday night, following Matthews's observations that O'Reilly, Senator Ted Cruz, Pat Buchanan and other conservative figures all shared "black Irish" features. "In addition to being misguided politically, Mr. Matthews also apparently needs glasses," O'Reilly said.
According to Chris Matthews, pro-Second Amendment Americans are weird, not "normal," "obsessed" and probably racist. In a segment on Thursday's Hardball, the cable host played a new National Rifle Association ad attacking Democratic Senator Joe Manchin. Matthews... -
On Thursday, Chris Matthews wondered aloud how proponents of new gun laws can break through the “obsession” Second Amendment rights advocates have with their firearms. He said that gun rights advocates “think about nothing else” andShow More Summary
Chris Matthews on Wednesday took his smearing of conservatives to a new level, comparing Ted Cruz to the Nazi-sympathizing, World War II-era Father Charles Coughlin. After playing a montage of the Republican senator, Matthews sneered,...Show More Summary
Amid a segment discussing the new generation of Republican voices in the U.S. Senate, MSNBC host Chris Matthews railed against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX). Matthews said that Cruz “fits in the tradition” of reviled historical figures like notorious Nazi sympathizer and radio host Father Coughlin and 1950s-era anti-communist Sen. Joe McCarthy (R-WI).
Eh, a lot of blather but it is nice to hear Mika and Chris Matthews called out. They're now saying that all these questions about war and security and surveillance and the Constitution are oh-so-complicated; Scarborough wants to know where...
The Morning Joe set got heated on Wednesday as Chris Matthews sparred with Joe Scarborough over his characterization of the government (during an NSA discussion). As Scarborough countered Matthews' civics lesson, he further railed against all those who find the surveillance issue "complicated" now but were quick to label President George W. Bush the "devil."
As was expected, the liberal media is moving into a new mode concerning the scandal at the Internal Revenue Service: Move along. Nothing to see here. MSNBC’s Chris Matthews did his part Monday in a lengthy segment teased by the Hardball host saying, “It could be this whole thing was a big nothing burger” (video follows with transcript and commentary): read more
"Everyone has a right to be stupid," Trotsky said of the literary critic Dwight MacDonald. "But comrade MacDonald abuses the privilege." A viewer of the Chris Matthews MSNBC program "Hardball" might be forgiven for feeling the same way. Show More Summary
Friday night from 5-7pm ET, CNN's two-hour block of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer beat MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews and PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton in both the 25-54 demo and total viewers.