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Food Columnist Bittman Finds Enthusiastic Reception for Taxing Junk Food on MSNBC's 'Dylan Ratigan'

New York Times food writer and junk food sin-tax advocate Mark Bittman took to the August 2 edition of MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan show as part of his promotional tour for Bad Food? Tax It. He found a ...

Matthews Links Giffords' Shooting with 'Violent Level of the Right-Wing'

During a live 7pm ET edition of MSNBC's Hardball to cover the House vote on the debt ceiling increase, host Chris Matthews interrupted his panel's supportive reaction to the appearance of injured ...

Unhinged Chris Matthews Smears Tea Party Republicans as Baby-Kidnapping 'Terrorists' for Debt Deal

An unhinged Chris Matthews on Monday decried the debt ceiling deal negotiated in Congress, attacking Tea Party Republicans as a group of baby-kidnapping terrorists. He also bizarrely described the ...

The Liberal Media Empire Strikes Back

During Month-Long Debt Talks, Liberal Media Savaged Tea Party Conservatives as Ignorant, Irrational, Irresponsible and Even Terrorists

Martin Bashir All But Tells John Boehner to 'Go the F*** to Sleep'

MSNBC's Martin Bashir not-so-subtly suggested Wednesday that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) is a "baby" who should "go the f*** to sleep" and let Democrats deal with the debt ceiling issue.

Obama's Media Helpers: It's Not a Deal Unless Taxes Go Up

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MSNBC's Wolffe Suggests Obama 'Reasonable' & 'Grownup,' GOP 'Irresponsible Children'

On Friday's Last Word on MSNBC, MSNBC analyst Richard Wolffe suggested that Obama was being "reasonable" and "the grownup in the room," while Republicans were not being "responisible' or a ...

Video Proves Chris Matthews Totally Distorted Ronald Reagan's Position on Taxes

On Wednesday's Hardball, Chris Matthews took a clip from a 24 year-old Ronald Reagan press conference and disingenuously passed it off as the Republican's take on "raising taxes to deal with the ...

MSNBC Anchors Promote Democratic Ad Butchering Reagan's Debt Ceiling Address

At least five MSNBC anchors since Tuesday have promoted a cherry-picked House Democratic Caucus video that distorts President Ronald Reagan's position on the debt ceiling, inaccurately asserting ...
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