1/10/2014 4:55 PM ET
On Friday, CNBC correspondent John Harwood tweeted that Chris
Christie’s traffic scandal was “durably damaging” because it was a
“direct govt-on-citizen crime - not indirect like graft, not ...
1/10/2014 2:30 PM ET
In less than 48 hours, ABC, CBS and NBC deluged viewers with coverage of Chris Christie's traffic jam scandal, devoting a staggering 88 minutes to the story. In comparison, these same news outlets ...
1/9/2014 2:09 PM ET
After months of stonewalling the Justice Department finally named
someone to head the investigation into the IRS-Tea Party scandal - and
it's an Obama donor. So far ABC, CBS and NBC have yet ...
1/9/2014 1:57 PM ET
In less than 24 hours, the big three networks have devoted 17 times more coverage to a traffic scandal involving Chris Christie than they've allowed in the last six months to Barack Obama's ...
12/31/2013 12:22 PM ET
On special edition of MSNBC's PoliticsNation on Monday in which a panel of MSNBC regulars selected awards for the year 2013, MSNBC contributor Joy Reid asserted that the "Knockout Game" was the ...
11/27/2013 2:03 PM ET
Five months after dropping coverage of the Internal Revenue Service scandal, ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday finally found time to allow a few seconds to mention the targeting of ...
11/5/2013 11:40 PM ET
It's amazing that a journalist would stubbornly stick with ignorance and say after five years of Obama that it's been a "really relatively scandal-free administration."
11/4/2013 4:36 PM ET
On October 31 the Washington Examiner’s
Paul Bedard reported the following: “The Internal Revenue Service
shared highly confidential tax information of several Tea Party groups
in the IRS ...
10/10/2013 12:36 PM ET
On October 9 The Blaze reported the following: “Sarah Hall
Ingram, the Internal Revenue Service official who used to head the
office directly involved in the targeting of conservative groups, ...
10/8/2013 5:24 PM ET
I can think of one reason for ending the
shutdown. There are a lot of stupid people now roaming the streets.
Bureaucratic bumbling can be found wherever there's large government.