Susan Sarandon went on All in With Chris Hayes Monday night, where she opined that maybe it would be better to vote for malfunctioning wind turbine Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, because he’ll usher in the revolution. This is a Bad Take, Susan Sarandon, and we’ve all been trying to get away from those.
On Thursday night, an NRA board member manipulated the national tragedy at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church by turning the murders into an argument for his political gain, because this is America.
Welcome to Shade Court. Before we begin, I would like to call attention to a moment that highlights the reason I started Shade Court in the first place. If you'll remember, back in January, our friend Chris Hayes appeared in Shade Court and lost handedly. However, Hayes seems to have taken his loss and turned it…
Mark Finkelstein, a NewsBusters editor dedicated to "COMBATING LIBERAL MEDIA BIAS" who "spent ten days in Iraq" once, has a scoop: MSNBC host Chris Hayes was really sexist on the air last night. Which is true, if you don't know who Girl Talk is. Mark Finkelstein does not know who Girl Talk is.
Ferguson has shown America more than we want to see about ourselves, and that includes how many of us view race — or rather, don’t. New numbers show that some Americans think race is getting more attention than it deserves in the discussion surrounding Mike Brown’s death.
This morning marks nine days and nights of protests in Ferguson, MO surrounding the killing of Michael Brown on August 9 by police officer Darren Wilson. Now Trayvon Martin’s mother Sybrina Fulton, whose son was fatally shot by George Zimmerman in 2012, has reached out to Brown’s mother Lesley McSpadden with a letter.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes is currently on paternity leave with his wife and infant son. But that hasn't stopped him from weighing in on broadcasters/dipshits Mike Francesa and Boomer Esiason's comments on how paternity leave is mostly unnecessary. And thank goodness.
The guest lists of TV news shows have long been dominated by white men. From ABC's This Week to CBS' Face the Nation, opinions on the day's events are largely created, dictated, and debated by white dudes. It's so much fun for everyone, but mainly (exclusively) for white guys.