From the man who ought to be sitting somewhere in an orange jumpsuit instead of polluting our airways on Fox week after week.
Thankfully no one was killed, because this easily could have ended very badly.
Thom Hartmann wonders why the media won't call incidents like the recent shooting in Nevada domestic terrorism.
And the race baiting on Fox continues unabated. It doesn't matter how many times this story has been debunked, they're going to continue the fearmongering over the New Black Panthers Party.
They just can't stop themselves, can they? Fox will just find any excuse possible to continue their bogus New Black Panther fearmongering, the latest being the possible nomination of Thomas Perez for Labor Secretary: Fox Uses Labor Secretary News To Revive New Black Panthers Nonsense
It’s scary-black-man déjà vu all over again at Fox News. This morning, as the polls opened across the country – and the New York Times’ Nate Silver gave President Obama a 92% chance of winning the election - a Fox News Alert warned, as Steve
This has to be one of the most pathetic things I've watched in a long time and given the crazy train that the Republican Party has become in recent years, that's saying a lot. Here's more from Ed Kilgore over at Washington Monthly: A Classic of
Bill Maher Goes After The Media For Hyping A Potential Race War In The Wake Of The Trayvon Martin Shooting
On this Friday's Real Time, Bill Maher highlighted another segment with his "Real Time reporter" Alexandra Pelosi, this time focusing on the media and their hyping of a potential race war in Sanford, Florida, because all of about the three members
After a round of jokes on everything from James Cameron's deep sea exploration, to the new Dallas series, to the New Black Panther Party, Ted Turner's mustache and the Pope's visit to Mexico, Bill Maher again went after these "stand your ground" gun laws which encourage the type of vigilantism we saw from George Zimmerman in the murder of Trayvon Martin during his New Rules segment on Real Time this Friday evening.
Last week, in a fit of anger at the injustice of the Trayvon Martin case, director Spike Lee stupidly tweeted the address of a George Zimmerman of Sanford, Florida. The only problem was that it was NOT the George Zimmerman who shot Trayvon Martin.
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