2/18/2013 6:22 PM ET
MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry had her panel guests tell their
"favorite race joke" or "best punch line" on race on her Sunday show and
laughter ranged between nervous and uproarious. ...
2/18/2013 1:07 PM ET
Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus keeps going to liberal outlets and playing the race card against the GOP: "Republicans looked pretty good on civil rights under Eisenhower. We
had the ...
2/12/2013 8:42 AM ET
Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus cowardly links the GOP to racism: "Character, he presumably meant, like that exhibited by Republican
delegates in Tampa, who thrilled to the refrain 'We ...
2/11/2013 11:47 AM ET
Times reporter Adam Nagourney passed along endorsements for Christopher Dornan's worldview: "Yet
for whatever changes the department has undergone since the days when
it was notorious as an ...
2/4/2013 12:37 PM ET
Joseph Berger accuses the late New York City mayor Ed Koch of fostering an atmosphere of white-on-black assaults: "Despite his condemnation of the mob beatings, it was hard to tamp down a
1/29/2013 11:44 AM ET
Talking to Heritage Foundation president and former Republican Senator Jim DeMint on Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, moderator David Gregory eagerly cited recent criticism of the GOP: "Colin Powell ...
1/23/2013 12:14 PM ET
Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal strikes yet another low blow for Obama, again accusing Republicans of opposing him because of racism: "Along the way, he faced a Republican Party that ...
1/15/2013 11:05 PM ET
Our liberal media keep inviting fake Republicans to offer advice to the GOP: dump the man who won one of the
largest landslides in history with an unequivocal conservative agenda.
1/14/2013 3:49 PM ET
Shortly after former Secretary of State Colin Powell attacked the Republican Party for having a supposed "dark vein of intolerance," on Sunday's NBC Meet the Press,
moderator David Gregory ...
1/8/2013 1:10 PM ET
Double standards on race and religion in the New York Times. The paper's liberal concerns about racism in voting patterns or separation of church and state, so prevalent when discussing white ...