Bill O'Reilly opened this segment with Brit Hume by asking the question: "Do some conservative media people actually intimidate Republicans in Congress?" Hume actually answered him honestly when it comes to who is ruling the roost and the GOP being afraid of these right-wing hate talkers on the radio.
So much for this clown going away quietly any time soon after he stepped in it on Hannity's show last week.
On this Sunday's Meet the Press, Lieutenant Governor of California Gavin Newsom pointed out the sad and sorry fact that the GOP needs to get "permission" from the talking heads on right-wing hate radio in order to act on immigration reform.
Rachel Maddow talked about the influence and insular nature of right-wing talk radio started by Rush Limbaugh that has now been adopted by Fox News where they sell their audience "grievance, resentment and belonging" and how that made it inevitable
We had to know this was coming, didn't we? Let the false equivalencies begin. LEMON: Dana, before the break, I talked to you about the mood and the tone in Washington and politics these days. We know it's out there. We've seen what's been
Glenn Beck expects 300,000 people in Washington, D.C., tomorrow for BeckStock. Really. Those are his own words. Calling it both the "Woodstock of the next generation" and "the anti-Woodstock," Beck expects "a miracle." It would take a miracle to get
Williams: There's A 'Malevolent Effort' By The Right To Define Obama As "An Other" And A Manchurian Candidate
On Fox News Sunday, Juan Williams is asked why so many people believe that President Obama is a Muslim and Williams states the obvious, the right-wing
Ed Schultz calls out Rush Limbaugh, Michele Bachmann and Glenn Beck for their hate filled rhetoric in this edition of Psycho Talk.
After playing an ad from John McCain which features remarks by J.D. Hayworth during his radio program questioning whether President Obama’s birth ce
[media id=11171] I think we've all noticed the increasing tendency of right-wing pundits to openly indulge in racist stereotyping these days as someh
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