Only one side loves the "corporations are people" pollution in our politics.
I want this clip of Chuck Todd saying "I hate what-about-ism" to be my ringtone.
Morning Joe has on a New York Times Op Ed Editor who is just fascinated by dude bros who come up to the edge of Right Wing White Supremacy without crossing it. But confronted with what that means, her counter is, "Both sides are mean"
An Agatha Christie classic made during wartime. Wicked fun!
Cheri Jacobus wants us to forget Trump is Republican, but still "compromise" on cuts to Social Security. Of course she does.
Frank Sinatra as the bad guy? Say it ain't so!
If only NBC had asked me, a humble liberal blogger, about hiring Megyn Kelly. Sigh.
That's what happens when one of the smartest women on television breaks the first rule of Pundit Club.
Morning Joe can't accept the pit into which the ENTIRE Republican Party has fallen, so it's time for a "both sides are racing to the bottom" whine fest.
A delightful treat from New Zealand...
A "both sides do it" orgy
Cable news outlets always have some caveat that there are "good people" at Fox. Good people don't work at a right-wing propaganda outlet serving Trump.
There is no "separating" Trump from the Republican Party so Paul Ryan can "leave it," Meghan and Matthew.
I'm delighted this Humphrey Bogart / James Cagney crime classic is online in full-movie format.
The title of this morning's drug-induced experiment is "A Renaissance on the Right" in which he sings the praises of...wait for it...Jonah Goldberg.