Rachel Maddow fired back last night against Rand Paul, calling him both petulant and a liar for his shots at MSNBC for calling him out on his not-so-clear position on the Civil Rights Act.
Earlier this week, Shepard Smith challenged Rachel Maddow to take the "Ice Water Challenge" (the challenger has to donate money to a charity if the person they challenged gets ice water dumped all over them). Well, Maddow agreed to the challenge yesterday.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow took up Shepard Smith‘s challenge, by getting doused with a bucket of ice water. Last week we told you about Smith, who took up the challenge and had not one, but two buckets of water dumped on him. He passed the challenge on to Maddow, and two others. Show More Summary
Wednesday on MSNBC’s "The Cycle," Sen Rand Paul (R-KY) criticized MSNBC to host Ari Melber in bringing up his wildly misreported 2010 discussion about the way the Civil Rights Act should apply for private business with Rachel Maddow....Show More Summary
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow's producer, Steve Benen, just took a whack at the American Civil Rights Union's new booklet, The Truth About Jim Crow, which National Review Online writer John Fund wrote about in a recent column.
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Ted Cruz (R-TX), cast in the mold of a spotlight-grabbing Sarah Palin on the way to a reality show, was accurately described by Rachel Maddow as a "brand on legs." This explains why he has gone after the most uncontroversial programShow More Summary
Using vignettes and case studies, Michael Arria’s book tells the story of many liberal’s favorite cable news network: MSNBC. Chronicling the likes of Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes, Melissa Harris-Perry, a bit of Ed Schultz and Keith Olbermann,...Show More Summary
If House Republicans are going to go through with their lawsuit against President Barack Obama, as they voted to do yesterday, then Democrats have figured they might as well make the whole thing reflect as poorly as possible on the ...
In a web video for FoxNews.com, anchor Shepard Smith issues a strange challenge to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and two others to have buckets of iced water dumped on their heads.
Shepard Smith got doused, all for a good cause. The Fox News anchor was challenged to get two buckets of ice cold water dumped on him to raise money for the Kay Yow Foundation, named for the Ole Miss women’s basketball coach who died of breast cancer in 2009. Part of the challenge is to pass it on. Show More Summary
Not sure which is sadder -- that Rachel Maddow actually believes this, or that she knows it's not true and says it anyway. A sure sign that Maddow is on thin ice is when she makes a dubious claim without attribution. She did this on her MSNBC show Monday night while trotting out a deceptive euphemism to hide what she was actually saying. (Video after the jump) read more
As usual, the out MSNBC anchor added historic context to the news. read more
Michael Arria, author of Medium Blue: The Politics of MSNBC, writes about how the network's star Rachel Maddow has refused to cover news from Israel/Palestine over the past three weeks even as it has dominated headlines.
On Tuesday MSNBC began airing “Caught on Camera” and “Lockup” at 3am and 4amET replacing previous night’s editions of “All In with Chris Hayes” and “The Rachel Maddow Show.” CNN recently replaced overnight re-airs with crime shows leading...Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow is on vacation, but the weirdness marches on. These canned responses are snortworthy when lined up in a row like this, until you get to Rick Scott. Wide-eyed Voldemort is just plain creepy, along with his PR-vetted nonresponse. Gawd, Florida. Elect a human next time, would you?
Via Breitbart, we learned that on Tuesday night’s “Watch What Happens Live” talk show on Bravo, host Andy Cohen and co-guest Nicole Richie enjoyed it when MSNBC star Rachel Maddow compared ABC’s "The View" to...a pig sty. It came inShow More Summary
The "British Invasion" episode of CNN's The Sixties beat MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show in both the 25-54 demo and total viewers Thursday night during the 9 p.m. time slot. The CNN show had 243K in the demo and 914K total viewers, making it the highest-rated show on the network.