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MSNBC Calls Hillary's Comments on Emails and Trump 'Feisty and Funny'

How about "angry and lame?" After playing a clip of Hillary in Iowa yesterday in which she addressed the email scandal and took a shot at Donald Trump, MSNBC's Richard Wolffe, sitting in for Steve Kornacki, called her comments "feisty and funny." Have a look and judge for yourself. Show More Summary

"The anger about austerity — the resentment of the burdens of this crisis being shifted onto average..."

“The anger about austerity — the resentment of the burdens of this crisis being shifted onto average people — is becoming a European problem.” - Richard Wolff, emeritus professor of economics at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and visiting professor at New School University. Watch his interview on Democracy Now! today. (via democracynow)

QUICK NEWS, June 29: SCOTUS SLOWS EPA CLEAN AIR EFFORTS; SOLAR HIGHWAYS; JAPAN TURNS FROM NUKES TO WIND POWER

SCOTUS SLOWS EPA CLEAN AIR EFFORTS High court strikes down power plant regulations Richard Wolff, June 29, 2015 (USA Today) “A narrowly divided Supreme Court struck down federal clean air regulations…on coal- and oil-fired power plants…The...Show More Summary

Richard Wolff: Scapegoat Economics 2015

A new politics organized around scapegoat economics appeals to voters by promising to "protect" them from austerity policies.

How Class Works

Economist Richard Wolff examines class in our society The post How Class Works appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The State of Workers’ Wages Around the World

Yves here. Some of this Real News Network interview with Richard Wolff, who is currently a visiting professor at the New School, on a new ILO report on workers' wages covers familiar ground. Wage growth in advanced economies has been...Show More Summary

Morning Report for November 10, 2014

MSNBC’s Obama-defending hosts seem “bizarrely tone deaf and lost in time,” says Michael Wolff. (usatoday.com) MSNBC’s sinking ratings and the future of liberal TV. (mediaite.com) Richard Mellon Scaife‘s children say money they were supposed to get was spent on the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. One calls the paper “a waste of trust assets.” (post-gazette.com) … Read More

Towards a Socialist America

"America can do better than capitalism". Richard Wolff declared these words at Riverside Church on January 22, 2012. His affirmation surfaced the sentiments that many Americans harbor. I suspect that we submerge our discontent for many reasons. Show More Summary

Towards a Socialist America

"America can do better than capitalism". Richard Wolff declared these words at Riverside Church on January 22, 2012. His affirmation surfaced the sentiments that many Americans harbor. I suspect that we submerge our discontent for many reasons. Show More Summary

MSNBC’s Barro: Republicans ‘Come Off As Sort of Nasty’ On Immigration Issues

In a discussion about Rand Paul’s presidential chances on MSNBC’s The Last Word, a panel featuring Josh Barro and Richard Wolffe managed to hit Republicans for being anti-immigrant while also accusing Paul and conservatives – not the Obama administration – of misleading on Benghazi. Show More Summary

MSNBC's Wolffe Suggests Obama Likes 'Intellectually Rigorous' and 'Satisfying Challenge' of World Chaos

On Tuesday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, during a segment about foreign policy challenges involving Russia and the turmoil in the Middle East, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe oddly suggested that President ObamaShow More Summary

MSNBC's Wolffe Contradicted by NBC As He Wrongly Claims No Al-Qaeda in Iraq Before Invasion

Appearing as a guest on Wednesday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC.com executive editor Richard Wolffe mocked former Vice President Dick Cheney for his recent criticism of President Obama, and inaccurately claimed thatShow More Summary

Slobbering Love Affair: MSNBC Gushes Over Hillary Interview

Continuing their slobbering love affair with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, MSNBC fawned over the answers Clinton gave in a, wait for it, People magazine interview. Now with Alex Wagner guest host Richard Wolffe and the Washington...Show More Summary

Web Video is a ‘Different Kind of Medium’

In an Internet Week panel hosted by Vice this morning, media people got together to discuss the rise of online video. "Digital video is a different kind of medium, said Richard Wolffe, executive editor of msnbc.com.  "The video experience...Show More Summary

MSNBC.com’s Wolffe and Roberts Still Figuring Out How This Digital Integration Stuff Should Work

During a session at the SXSW conference today on the future of TV, MSNBC.com's executive editor Richard Wolffe interviewed the network's on-air anchor Thomas Roberts about a range of topics including the “nasty shit” that people write to him on the Internet. MSNBC, of course, is a product of the larger NBC-Universal operation of Comcast [...]

Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill To Team Up For Richard Jewell Biopic

Fresh from their The Wolff Of Wall Street success, Leonardo diCaprio and Jonah Hill will once again team up in a movie about Atlanta Olympics falsely accused bomber Richard Jewell. Deadline reports that Fox has acquired the rights to Marie Brenner’s 1997 Vanity Fair article “American Nightmare: The Ballad Of Richard Jewell”, which will be... Show More Summary

The Most Clueless Person on the Internet

Richard Wolffe is the executive editor of MSNBC's website. Presumably that means he knows something about what goes on at the network. Last night after someone at MSNBC tweeted the suggestion that the "rightwing" would hate a Cheerios ad featuring a biracial families, there was an immediate firestorm of reaction. Show More Summary

MSNBC's Wolffe: Tea Partiers Want Someone to Be 'Annoying and Inflammatory'

Appearing on Wednesday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe asserted that Tea Partiers want someone to "be annoying and inflammatory" in responding to President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address as the group discussed the news that Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee will give a Tea Party response to the President. read more

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