It seems we have a new term for simply telling the truth about Scott Walker's record in Wisconsin.
John Fugelsang zinged conservative radio host Heidi Harris on this Friday's The Ed Show.
Media Matters' Angelo Carusone and Holland Cooke joined Ed Schultz to discuss the decline of advertising dollars on right wing hate radio.
Bernie Sanders is hitting the road and testing the waters for a potential 2016 presidential campaign.
Eric Cantor's idea of leaving Congress early and asking for a special concurrent election on November 4th for his district was met with a requisite degree of derision by Ed Schultz and John Fugelsang. Schultz chirped that Cantor was "pulling the Palin!", in reference to her leaving office early to cash in.
Ed Schultz and David Cay Johnston discuss the legislation introduced by Democrats that would clamp down on corporate tax loopholes.
Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker's lies and threats to the VW workers in his state over unionization may have just guaranteed they won't build in the anti-union south again any time soon.
Four principals in Newark have been punished for speaking against a years-long campaign to starve, then close their schools.
MSNBC's Ed Schultz has had about enough of Fox's Sean Hannity and his constant attacks and lies on the rollout of the Affordable Care Act and he let him have it again on this Friday's show.
This is some overdue and welcome news. I'll be glad to welcome Ed Schultz back to weekdays instead of that horrendous time slot they stuck him in on the weekends:
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