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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 ...

Obama and Palin Call for Civility, but MSNBC Duo Marvel Over Former and Rebuke Latter

On MSNBC's Jansing & Co., anchor Chris Jansing and liberal columnist Karen Hunter took turns ripping apart Sarah Palin's call for civility in an Internet video posted yesterday morning in the ...

Wash Post's Jonathan Capehart Smears Sarah Palin for 'Anti-Semitic Phrase'

MSNBC's Chris Jansing featured the liberal Jonathan Capehart on Wednesday to attack a newly released Sarah Palin video as "anti-Semitic." The Washington Post editorial page writer berated Palin ...

Bozell Condemns Death Wishes Against Conservatives from Liberals in the Media

"Their attacks on conservatives are untrue and utterly hypocritical"

MSNBC's Contessa Brewer: 'People' Are Blaming 'Vitriolic Right-Wing Talkers' for Shooting

MSNBC's Contessa Brewer on Tuesday spread the blame for Saturday's spree shooting, singling out "vitriolic right-wing talkers and the Tea Party." Several groups seemed to be on Brewer's list, with ...

MSNBC Screamer Ed Schultz Decries Fox News as Inflammatory

On Monday's show, MSNBC shouter Ed Schultz pointed his finger (literally) at Fox News for supposedly inciting its audience to "think that doing something radical is the right thing to do," but ...
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