While news such as Walmart doing canned food drives for their own employees and the NLRB deciding to pursue charges against Walmart for violating labor laws are making their way into the headlines this week, what are the talking heads over at Fox doing? You guessed it... damage control.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart lets the corporate suck ups over at CNBC and Fox Business Channel have it for their defense of JP Morgan Chase and Jamie Dimon after they were finally fined for some of their illegal behavior.
The Last Word's Lawrence O'Donnell got his shots in at Fox and their joke of a business channel.
I'm not sure what part of the Goldwater rule faux shrink and Fox News commentator Keith Ablow doesn't understand, but if he can't even get this right, why should anyone trust his analysis? The Goldwater rule is part of the ethical standards
Lou Dobbs continues to prove that his move from CNN to Fox Business Channel was not good for him or for anyone still watching him if they would like to be presented with some semblance of the truth instead of perpetual fearmongering. In the wake of
As Media Matters reported, Fox's John Stossell went on Fox & Friends to discuss his special Rich Man, Poor Man which aired on both of their networks, and made some dubious claims about what's happened to income growth for those who are living in
While discussing President Obama's remarks on Romney's experience at Bain Capital, former Reagan OMB Director David Stockman stepped all over Romney's claims that his experience in the LBO business taught him anything at all about "job
During his Fox Business special, Bad Speech which reaired on their sister network, Fox News this Saturday, John Stossel highlighted several incidences which he called "assaults on speech," the first of which was the firing of Pat Buchanan from
Lou Dobbs regularly looked like he'd come close to losing his mind when he was still raging on about illegal immigrants day after day on CNN. It appears he's well past that point now with this bit of insanity from his show on the Fox Business
Thom Hartmann On Ron Wyden Playing The 'Useful Idiot' For Teaming Up With Paul Ryan On Medicare Privatization
Tom Hartmann blasts Sen. Ron Wyden for teaming up with Paul Ryan to partially privatize Medicare and for allowing Fox to use him to claim that Democrats are for privatizing Medicare. As Hartmann pointed out here, he knew as soon as he heard