Ainsley Earhardt

Sean Hannity Whines About MSNBC Being Too Partisan
GOP TV's Sean Hannity actually had the gall to complain about something that was said on another corporate media outlet. Read more...
Even on Christmas, in the middle of celebrating Jesus and Christianity, Fox News made time for swatting at those with a different perspective. In a segment about a “singing Christmas tree” at a church in Memphis, Fox host Ainsley Earhardt Read more...
And the clown car that is Sean Hannity's show continues. This Wednesday, after giving former disgraced Speaker of the House and current direct mail scam artist, Newt Gingrich way more air time than anyone in the public should be exposed to, Hannity Read more...
Here’s one reason why we can’t have nice things in the media: President Obama gave a joint press conference early this morning (U.S. time) in Bangkok with the Prime Minister of Thailand. They discussed the fighting in Gaza, human rights, trade Read more...
Remember when Fox News disapproved of boycotts? That was so Chick-Fil-A ago ago! Now, an organization dedicated to fear mongering activating against the threat of radical Islam is calling for a boycott of the hotel chain that has agreed to house Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad when he comes to New York to speak at the United Nations. Fox & Friends this morning didn’t just offer up a friendly platform for the boycott but actively helped to publicize it. Read more...

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It seems Fox regular Angela McGlowan's comments yesterday weren't just a one off. Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan has apparently been repeating the same line out on the campaign trail. He just managed to do it without the same Palin-like word salad we got from McGlowan on Saturday. Read more...
Fox News host Eric Bolling is advising a black congresswoman to "step away from the crack pipe" because "you saw what happened to Whitney Houston." In a segment Thursday on the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends, co-hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Read more...
A recent Gallup poll had Texas Gov. Rick Perry trailing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney 4 percent to 13 percent among Republican voters. But the hosts of Fox & Friends said Sunday that Perry would have an advantage if he decides to get in Read more...