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MSNBC's O'Donnell Slams 'Merchants of Death' Who 'Buy Their Political Protection from the NRA'

On Monday's the Last Word show, in its new 8:00 p.m. EST time slot, MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell referred to the manufacturers of high-capacity magazines as "merchants of death" who purchase ...

Special Edition: Conservatives in the Crosshairs

Vol. 24, No. 2

Olbermann Signs Off from MSNBC's Countdown for Last Time

On Friday's Countdown show on MSNBC, host Keith Olbermann announced that tonight's episode would be his last, and spent a few minutes near the end of the show saying goodbye. He mentioned a number ...

MSNBC: Rep. Cohen Compares Mike Pence to Goebbels, No Challenge From Ed Schultz

On MSNBC's Ed Show on Thursday, despite initially regretting his comparison of Republicans to Nazis, Democratic Congressman Steve Cohen later doubled down: "[Indiana Congressman] Mike Pence talked ...

Lawrence O'Donnell Blasts Boehner, Limbaugh But Gives Pass to Nazi-invoking Democrat

NBC's failure to cover the Democratic congressman who compared Republicans to Nazis on the House floor trickled down to MSNBC Wednesday, as anchor Lawrence O'Donnell neglected the story in favor ...

MSNBC's Tamron Hall: Part of Business Community Has 'In Some Ways Demonized' Obama Administration

Tamron Hall was joined by her MSNBC colleague Dylan Ratigan on the January 19 edition of News Nation in condemning some members of corporate America for the way they have "demonized" the Obama ...

Olbermann: 'Good Riddance' to 'Delusional Liar' Lieberman Who is 'Lying Even on the Way Out'

On Wednesday's Countdown show, as he plugged a segment on former Democratic-turned independent Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman's retirement, MSNBC host Keith Olbermann referred to Lieberman as a ...

Chris Matthews Slams 'Older White People' for Still Having a 'Problem' with Obama

Appearing on MSNBC, Monday, to promote his new special on Barack Obama, Chris Matthews attacked "older white people" for still holding bigoted feelings against the first African American President.

In the Wake of Shooting, MSNBC's Chris Jansing Warns GOP on Using the Phrase 'Jobs-Killing' Health Care

In the wake of last Saturday's shooting spree in Arizona, MSNBC anchor Chris Jansing on Friday wondered if the phrase "jobs-killing health care" bill is now taboo. Speaking to a former ...
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