According to The Washington Post, the Department of Justice examined Fox News reporter James Rosen’s personal emails, phone records, and visits to the State Department in order to investigate a leak of classified information.
While others in the media are finally acknowledging that ABC's big "scoop" on the White House emails turned out to be a pack of lies pushed by Republicans, the scandal-mongering continues at Fox.
I'm not sure what else Rep. Adam Smith expected to hear from host Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday this weekend, since his network has been in full fake Benghazi outrage mode ever since the attacks in Libya, and taking the insanity to new heights ever since ABC helped legitimize the witch hunt last week -- but I was glad to see Wallace get some push back for continually parroting the GOP's talking points.
Jay Carney told Andrea Mitchell on MSNBC that entitlement cuts are good for the American people. Really? Good for who?
Fox & Friends turned to an anti-immigrant extremist to discuss ICE's supervised release of some undocumented immigrants.
This "access" whinefest by the media, which has been going on for the better part of the week, isn't legitimate and isn't about their ability to practice journalism.
CNN host Erin Burnett on Wednesday suggested that the National Rifle Association (NRA) had not crossed the line by targeting President Barack Obama's daughters in an advertisement. The NRA advertisement released on Tuesday branded the president
Bill O'Reilly's been on a hell of a tear this week attacking the Occupy Wall Street movement. On this Monday's show, he was calling them "terrorists" because a protester was giving him a hard time while watching a show on Broadway. Our friends over at News Hounds have more on that and O'Reilly's double standard when it comes to what sort of protesters he likes.
So is multimillionaire President Obama is something different than a Third Way-loving neoliberal? I can't wait to hear multimillionaire talking head Lawrence O'Donnell explain this one: WASHINGTON -- The White House on Wednesday closed the door a
Ann Coulter wasn't the only one at last month's Media Research Center's "Dishonor Awards" making extremely bad jokes and insulting remarks. Red State blogger and now one of CNN's "best political team on television" was there to lob some insults at