From this Tuesday's The Economy Summit hosted by The Atlantic, AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka explains to Margaret Carlson how just belonging to a union closes the wage gap for women.
Nothing like watching a bunch of overpaid, millionaire pundits yucking it up and having a grand old time discussing whether the administration has happily thrown their base under the bus with -- no regard for the lives of those who would be affected by these policy changes.
Margaret Carlson On The Press Coverage Of Trump And Palin: 'We Are Always Go Going To Follow The Shiny Object'
While discussing the media allowing Sarah Palin being allowed to rain all over Mitt Romney's announcement that he's running for president this week, Bloomberg's Margaret Carlson admitted on CNN's Reliable Sources that our media really doesn't have
Matt Lewis Defends Palin's Hostility Towards The Press By Claiming They Questioned Whether Trig Was Her Child
I've heard a lot of lamebrained excuses for Sarah Palin constantly playing the victim card and claiming that the "lamestream" media just wants to ask her "gotcha" questions, but this one takes the cake. The Daily Caller's Matt Lewis, who apparently also has a book coming out about Palin titled The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Palin in Her Own Words, claimed on CNN's Reliable Sources that Palin has every right to treat the media hostilely because they questioned whether Trig was actually her child.
When Rachel Maddow aired this criticism of CNN for their promotion of Michele Bachmann's "Tea Party" response to the State of the Union Address and of CNN for promoting the astroturf Tea Party Express on their network for months on end as well, I wondered if Howard Kurtz would respond to it. Well he did, but par for the course, he completely ignored the criticism of CNN promoting Sal Russo's group.
From C-SPAN's Washington Journal, the Carlson twins (not really) Margaret and Tucker showed up to give us some of their Villager insight on the news o
John Fund Helps Cover Lou Dobbs' Extremist Tracks After 'Reliable Sources' Panel Skewers 'They Shot At My Wife' Tale
[media id=10558] [H/t Dave] Well, at least Howard Kurtz -- unlike Bill O'Reilly -- didn't completely sucker for Lou Dobbs' wildly overblown tale of
[media id=7763] You Tube David Shuster talks to Margaret Carlson about whether there is any legal basis for the request by Sarah Palin and the Alask
[media id=7063] You Tube Keith Olbermann talks to Margaret Carlson about the snub of President-elect Obama by the Bush administration with their req
Margaret Carlson starts talking about the Valerie Plame case while discussing Deep Throat. [media id=13347]-WMV See Bob Novak's response.
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