The man who inspired #SmileForJoe was left out of the conversation, obviously on purpose.
Cenk Uygur of the The Young Turks breaks down the current faux outrage and subsequent apology by MSNBC head Phil Griffin over the most innocuous of tweets.
This is some overdue and welcome news. I'll be glad to welcome Ed Schultz back to weekdays instead of that horrendous time slot they stuck him in on the weekends:
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
Can there really be a line that even right-wingers can't cross when it comes to cable news? Or is it simply that Buchanan isn't a good fit with the network's plans? PASADENA, Calif. — MSNBC’s top executive said Saturday that he hasn’t
Olbermann To Return To Phil Griffin's MSNBC After 'Appropriate Punishment': Is This A Network Or A Preschool?
So Phil Griffin, the MSNBC boss who suspended Keith Olbermann last week for the horrendous crime of donating to Democrats, issued the following statement announcing Olbermann's return tomorrow: After several days of deliberation and