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MSNBC's Sharpton Slams 'Obamaphobic' Ted Cruz, GOP 'Is Built on Fear and Obstruction'

On Wednesday's PoliticsNation show, MSNBC host Al Sharpton went after Republican Senator Ted Cruz for embracing being called "Obamaphobic" via Twitter, and went on to accuse the Republican party ...
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No Conservatives on Columbia School of Journalism Gay Marriage Panel

Academic talk imitates life in biased discussion.  
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MSNBC's Hayes: House GOPers Are Like 'Ideologically Zealous Teenagers' Staging 'Conservative Clown Shows'

On Wednesday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes condescendingly compared House Republicans to a "bunch of really ideologically zealous teenagers" who put on events equivalent to "campus ...
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MSNBC's Hayes: 'Shameless' Marco Rubio 'Showing Both Faces' on Immigration

On Tuesday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes accused Republican Senator Marco Rubio of "showing both faces" in trying to make additions to his immigration reform plan, as he found fault with ...
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MSNBC's Wolffe Compares Darrell Issa to IRS Corruption

Appearing on Monday's The Last Word show, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe -- formerly of Newsweek -- joined host Lawrence O'Donnell in defending the actions of IRS employees who focused ...
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Russell Brand: Conservatives are ‘Perverts’

‘Sex-addict’ comedian rags on GOP.
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Tebow Goes to ‘Bluest of Blue State’ Patriots

QB’s anti-Christian attackers will no doubt follow.
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Ex-Newsweek's Wolffe Warns Republicans Against Pursuing Obama Scandals

Appearing on Thursday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC political analyst Richard Wolffe -- formerly of Newsweek -- harkened back to President Bill Clinton's impeachment and the Reagan-era Iran-Contra ...
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Ex-Newsweek's Alter: If Romney Had Won, 'Things Would Be So Much Worse'

Appearing as a guest on Friday's PoliticsNation show, MSNBC political analyst Jonathan Alter -- formerly of Newsweek -- asserted that, if Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan had won the 2012 presidential ...
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