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MSNBC's Wagner Touts Guest Bartlett's Call for 'Well-Deserved Death' for 'Tea Party'

On the Monday, September 30, The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, substitute host Alex Wagner read a tweet written by guest Bruce Bartlett in which the former George H.W. Bush administration ...
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MSNBC's Hayes Compares Iran's Ahmadinejad Faction to Bush, 'Neocon Cowboy' 'Inflaming the World'

On Friday's All In show on MSNBC, as host Chris Hayes was joined by fellow MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow to gush over President Obama being the first American president since 1979 to speak with ...
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MSNBC's Hayes Frames Israel As Possible 'Obstacle' to Detente with Iran

On Tuesday's All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes twice asked California Democratic Rep. Barbara Lee if Israel is an "obstacle" to a "diplomatic settlement between the U.S. and Iran," as ...
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MSNBC's O'Donnell Hits Ted Cruz and 'Drug Addict' Limbaugh on ObamaCare

On Tuesday's The Last Word on MSNBC, host Lawrence O'Donnell called Rush Limbaugh a "drug addict" as he recounted a discussion between the conservative talk radio host and Texas Senator Ted Cruz ...
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S#@* My House Minority Leader Says

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MSNBC's Sharpton Slams 'Tea Party-Fueled Madness' Running 'This Country Into the Ground'

On Friday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC host Al Sharpton complained that the "Tea Party-fueled madness" of the GOP threatening to shut down the government would "take away health care from millions of ...
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90% of Top Newspaper Headlines Censor Islam in Nairobi, Pakistan Attacks

Dare a top newspaper journalist to play connect-the-dots and chances are he’ll fail miserably – at least with drawing the line between Islam and terrorism. In Nairobi, Kenya last weekend, ...
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A Hand-out from Journalism School

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MSNBC's Hayes Highlights Viewer's Call for Making NRA 'Illegal' and Banning Guns

Near the end of the Tuesday, September 17, All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes took a moment to read and display two viewer responses to his question of what they would like to see in "actual ...
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