On Friday, the guests and host of MSNBC’s Now laughed off what they considered the inconsequential story of President Barack Obama making objectifying comments about the attractiveness of California Attorney General Kamala Harris. While some feminist commentators aren’t laughing, the MSNBC panel concluded that the president’s offensive comment amounted to a “one-day story.”
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On Tuesday afternoon, the panel guests on Now with Alex Wagner on MSNBC dug into the political viability of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) who will be delivering the Republican Party’s response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address. The guests unanimously agreed that Rubio, while clearly a gifted speaker and rhetorician, lacks substance. In fact, the guests agreed...
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During a lively discussion on the Senate’s immigration reform plan and the opposition it has received from some conservative groups on MSNBC on Thursday, the panel claimed that the Republican Party's members are going to further damage their reputations with minority voters if they continue their opposition. One MSNBC.com reporter also claimed that Republican politicians’...
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On Wednesday night's edition of "Politics Nation," MSNBC host Al Sharpton and "The Cycle" host Touré claimed Roger Ailes used racist "dog whistle" language when he called Obama "lazy" in...
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When you've lost the always loyal, propaganda-tastic MSNBC, you know you've got problems. Last Friday on MSNBC's NOW with Alex...
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The panel guests of MSNBC’s Now on Monday took on the recently released paintings of President George W. Bush. Many of the guests cautiously praised some of Bush’s works while taking subtle jabs at the president’s legacy and ability to perform in office. MSNBC host Alex Wagner wondered how the nation would look to today if Bush had opted to pursue painting and baseball...
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Following the conclusion of President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address, the hosts of MSNBC displayed a tepid reaction to the president’s speech. While many of the themes he addressed were greeted enthusiastically by the assembled MSNBC hosts, they were not sure that Obama made a compelling case for a vision which could pass Congress and serve as his legacy.
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MSNBC's "Morning Joe" panel questioned conservatives' motives behind going after the Obama administration so fervently, following the Sept. 11 terror attack in Benghazi that left four Americans dead. Joe Scarborough said that though he wants a thorough investigation, he doesn't understand why conservatives believe that Benghazi is somehow the "holy ...
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After examining all the details that emerged on Friday relating to the efforts by members of President Barack Obama’s administration to remove references to Islamic terrorism when explaining the reasons behind the 2012 attack on an American consulate in Benghazi, the panel guests on MSNBC’s Now agreed that the appearance of a scandal makes the White House ‘look terrible.”...
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CNN's Reliable Sources panel this morning took on the recent Pew study that found MSNBC to be 85% opinion, Fox News 55% opinion, and CNN at 46%. After expressing concerns as to what exactly the survey defined as "opinion" content versus hard "reporting, the panel ultimately concluded that opinion content is "cheapest" to produce, and thus advantageous for ratings.
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