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Latest Chris Matthews Items
MSNBC host Chris Matthews took to his show Wednesday night to blast the filibuster against John Brennan, led by Sen. Rand Paul. Mr. Matthews cited a study released this week by the Southern Poverty Law Center, stating that "patriot groups" or hate groups have been on the rise since Barack Obama took office.
Chris Matthews railed against Second Amendment supporters on Wednesday night's broadcast of "Hardball," where he explicitly stated that those who are against gun control are for the assassinations of political leaders.
MSNBC's Chris Matthews blasted Marco Rubio's State of the Union rebuttal Tuesday night as "primitive" and "something you'd hear on a high school debating team."
To his boss, Chris Matthews has become a statesman. His critics probably have other words.
In the cable television news world where provocation is prized, MSNBC's Chris Matthews took home the trophy from Tampa's Republican National Convention as most over-the-top pundit.
Chicago. Chicago. Chicago.
This has been a tough week in Tampa for the stars of the mainstream media, so called. The Republicans aren't acting like the bigots, zealots and wild-eyed extremists the boys and girls on the campaign bus want them to be.
The brother of MSNBC commentator Chris Matthews is accused of lying to a grand jury investigating political corruption in a suburban Philadelphia county.
"Over the last decade, we became a country that relied too much on what we bought and consumed."