Hardball

Todd: Crist for President?; Remnick Reveals ObamaCare Passed to Gain New Democratic Voters

On HBO, David Remnick, author of the new book, 'The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama,' outed the real liberal agenda behind ObamaCare as he predicted that instead of being an "albatross" ...

On Hardball: Slamming Republicans as 'Un-American' Is Fine, But Don't Dare Talk About Obama That Way

Liberal Salon.com editor Joan Walsh appeared on the April 14 edition of Hardball and mocked Sarah Palin for suggesting that some of Barack Obama's policies are un-American. She sneered that this ...

Chris Matthews Spins: MSNBC Delivers 'Context' and 'Excitement' That 'You Don't Get Elsewhere'

In an appeal for viewers to watch MSNBC's coverage of the State of the Union, Chris Matthews on Monday enthused that his network is a "great place to watch." He added, "You get a lot of context ...

Chris Matthews Brow-Beats Catholic Bishop Over Abortion

MSNBC host lectures Thomas Tobin about Kennedy communion issue.

MSNBC's Matthews Finds Obama's Weakness: He's 'Too Darned Intellectual'

At the top of Friday's Hardball on MSNBC, host Chris Matthews discovered the reason for President Obama's political difficulties in recent months: "President Obama has his chin out on just about ...

Chris Matthews: Catholic Bishops 'Should Stay Off Capitol Hill'

"The clergy should stay off Capitol Hill," MSNBC's Chris Matthews flatly declared on Tuesday's Hardball. Matthews fumed with disgust as Politico's Jonathan Allen told him that Catholic bishops ...

Vanity Fair Columnist and MSNBC Guest: Fox News 'Not Very Popular in this Country'

Magazine contributing editor tells 'Hardball' highly rated FNC 'a really marginal, somewhat extreme presence'; Says Limbaugh a stigma for the GOP.

Chris Matthews Rude Awakening: $787-Billion Stimulus 'A Big Grab Bag of Stuff'

MSNBC 'Hardball' host and CNBC 'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer criticize stimulus and realize Obama won't get credit for economy until jobs come back.

Chris Matthews: Joe Wilson 'Wrong' But Would Be 'Absurd' for Alan Grayson to Apologize

It would be "absurd" for Florida Rep. Alan Grayson (D) to apologize for insisting recently that Republicans stand behind a health care "holocaust," MSNBC's Chris Matthews argued on Thursday's ...

MSNBC Delights in Ad Denigrating Cheney: 'Brutal, But He Deserves It,' 'Rather Undeniable'

MSNBC's David Shuster and Chris Matthews made clear their agreement with the message of a new ad from the Democratic Party which ridicules former Vice President Dick Cheney's past judgments and ...
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