'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
MSNBC's Martin Bashir took to his show Thursday, railing against the National Rifle Association with an altered version of the Lord's Prayer.
A feud between conservative columnist Ann Coulter and John McCain's politically vocal daughter, Meghan McCain, has heated up recently after Ms. Coulter joked in her latest column about the young pundit being killed by firearms.
Sean Hannity's cable television showdown this week with a Democratic congressman has become more than just a verbal schoolyard brawl. It's an opportunity _ for money, attention and ratings.
Sean Hannity's cable television showdown this week with a Democratic congressman has become more than just a verbal schoolyard brawl. It's a fundraising opportunity.
MSNBC invited viewers Wednesday to draw their own conclusions about whether the parent of a Connecticut school shooting victim was heckled at a legislative hearing but didn't address criticism that it aired a deceptively edited video of the event.
MSNBC's anti-gun Martin Bashir posted a video on his website Tuesday night titled "Emotional father of Sandy Hook victim heckled by gun nuts." It has come to light, however, that the video was selectively edited and the father wasn't heckled at all.
Bashing Rick Perry has become real sport in the press. And no wonder. Journalists realize that the Texas governor could impinge on President Obama's re-election efforts and are acting accordingly.
Like guests who whisper asides to their friends from the back pews, the commoners in the media kept the mood lighthearted Friday as cameras captured every angle of the royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton.
ABC News' Martin Bashir is leaving his post at "Nightline" to be an anchor for MSNBC and a contributor to "Dateline NBC," the network announced Thursday.
"They spew this kind of venom about an issue that is as saddening and shockingly disturbing for us all after what happened in Newtown and all the other massacres that we reflect on," he added.
In an e-mail to his "Nightline" colleagues, Bashir said he plans "to work in both daily and long-form journalism" at his new job.