10/24/2012 6:45 PM ET
Liberal cable anchor Chris Matthews, who in 2010 used the phrase "shuck
and jive," on Wednesday assailed Sarah Palin as racist for using the
phrase "shuck and jive." Referring to a Facebook ...
10/23/2012 3:56 PM ET
In an article for the November Philadelphia Style
magazine, a cocky Chris Matthews wistfully recounted a considered 2010
run for Senate, bragging at how incredible he would have been: "I'm not ...
10/23/2012 2:09 AM ET
During his special post-debate Hardball, Chris Matthews's panelists --
with the exception of Republican Michael Steele -- praised moderator Bob
Schieffer’s ability to get Romney “to be quiet.” ...
10/23/2012 1:20 AM ET
In the post debate commentary of the third – and last – presidential debate on foreign policy, on Monday, Chris Matthews just could not help himself spewing another diatribe about the racial ...
10/22/2012 6:31 PM ET
Talking to two fellow liberals on Monday, an unhinged Chris Matthews
trashed conservatives and Republicans who opposes Barack Obama's birth
control policies as "birth control Nazis." Matthews ...
10/17/2012 6:50 PM ET
Liberal MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews on Wednesday's Hardball hinted that Mitt
Romney's confrontational attitude during the debates might have a
sinister undertone. After playing a clip of the ...
10/15/2012 8:55 AM ET
After Barack Obama loses his debate with Mitt Romney, the liberal media search for excuses: a racial double-standard, Romney's overwhelming number of "lies," and even Denver's high altitude. Chris ...
10/5/2012 2:30 PM ET
In a display of just how badly President Obama performed in Wednesday's presidential debate, Friday's NBC Today played a clip of Daily Show host Jon Stewart ripping into Obama: "There
is no red ...
10/4/2012 11:07 AM ET
Picking up where he left off Wednesday night, on Thursday's NBC Today, MSNBC's Chris Matthews continued to whine over President Obama's poor debate performance and ranted that Mitt
Romney has ...
10/1/2012 8:56 AM ET
The liberal networks hype a secret videotape of Mitt Romney, declaring it a "political earthquake" sending out "shock waves" that could change the campaign.