"Is the Wall Street Journal editorial staff rushing in to work today? To their office? No, they're not," Joe Scarborough said.
Once again, Trump creates an alternate reality.
The panel looked at the pieces of the story that connects a Trump supporter to Russian hackers.
From Media Matters, a pertinent reminder about just who profits from the insistence on teacher testing as part of the CTU contract. Imagine that, I guess it just slipped their minds. I mean, we're only talking about $4.7 million, right? Greedy
I agree that women are shocked and amazed that these issues are being brought up now. It's stunning to think that our children and grandchildren are going to have to fight for autonomy rights we took for granted, but at least the war on women
I had to laugh when I saw this Wall St. Journal video review. Dorothy Rabinowitz slams Kathy Bates' new legal drama, "Harry's Law": "You have major criminality, excused as nothing. You can do anything you want, as long as you're poor." She takes
These are the ostrich people who thought if they ignored it, it would just go away. Still buying the big LCD TVs, still going on nice vacations, sti