Joy Reid and her panel focus on McConnell's twisted push to confirm young, right-wing judges, while he cares nothing about the 100,000 Americans who have died, and the 1.5 million who are ill with COVID-19.
Joy Reid highlighted how Sen. Mitch McConnell is far more interested in preserving and extending the life of his conservative ideology than the lives of Americans under siege from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The Times, does not fault his reporters. “You had the government confirming that it was a criminal referral,” he said.
I admit that I was stunned to see Thomas Mann and Norm Ornstein on the guest list for Reliable Sources this week. Mann and Ornstein's book placed very pointed blame on the media for failing Americans in presenting the truth of the extremism of
From this Tuesday's The Daily Rundown on MSNBC, Chuck Todd brought in authors Norm Ornstein and Thomas Mann to discuss the thesis of their new book and how the media has completely failed to cover the fact that we've got one party in this country
From this Sunday's Face the Nation, Peggy Noonan once again proves herself to be one of the more petty and partisan pundits out there, even though she normally does her best to dress that up with lofty rhetoric which generally amounts to nothing
On CNN's Your Money, host Ali Velshi brought in the Wall Street Journal's resident hack, Stephen Moore so he could pollute not just one, but two segments in a row on his show, because heaven forbid the viewers could be allowed to hear what either of
So bonafide conservatives Thomas Mann and Norm Ornstein published a new book out that blames Republicans for Washington's legislative gridlock, saying that despite conventional media wisdom to the contrary, it's “asymmetrical polarization.”