7/22/2013 6:10 PM ET
On CNN Newsroom on July 20, anchor Don Lemon lectured conservative radio host Ben Ferguson for
being quick to pan President Obama's address on race from the previous day. Lemon told Ferguson ...
7/22/2013 6:03 PM ET
As MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry made multiple appearances on Friday's MSNBC evening shows to discuss President Obama's surprise statement on the George Zimmerman acquittal, the MSNBC host declared ...
7/22/2013 12:12 PM ET
As he guest hosted the Friday, July 19, All In show, MSNBC's Ezra Klein -- also of the Washington Post -- stuck by the liberal line that all of the blame for the Trayvon Martin shooting lies on ...
7/18/2013 11:10 AM ET
Tomorrow marks the end of the latest season of What Would You Do?, a hidden-camera production of ABC News hosted by longtime correspondent John Quinones that uses actors to stage uncomfortable ...
7/17/2013 5:40 PM ET
In an essay for gay and lesbian magazine Advocate,
CNN's openly-gay anchor Don Lemon insisted that the public has accepted
the gay and lesbian lifestyle and anyone who opposes it is a loon. ...
7/16/2013 10:55 PM ET
Trayvon Martin's death caused the media to sound the wildly inccurate alarm that
America hasn’t moved an inch on racial matters since 14-year-old Emmett
Till was murdered in 1955.
7/11/2013 6:56 PM ET
On Wednesday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes complained of a "right-wing trope about the specter of racial violence" if George Zimmerman is acquitted, and suggested that FNC hosts like Bill ...
7/2/2013 5:55 PM ET
On CNN's Monday night special "The N Word," guest Tim Wise claimed that
the Supreme Court used that racial slur against all black Americans
through its rulings on the Voting Rights Act and ...
7/1/2013 1:19 PM ET
On Saturday's The Ed Show on MSNBC, as host Ed Schultz ranted about the Supreme Court decision on the 1965 Voting Rights Act, he asserted that "keep[ing] a minority down" was one of the few things ...
6/27/2013 3:18 PM ET
CNN really showed its bias in reacting to two very different Supreme
Court decisions this week. On Tuesday, the Court struck down a portion
of the 1965 Voting Rights Act; in the hours that ...