Here we see former Sen. Russ Feingold taking stock of the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon on Monday's "Countdown With Keith Olbermann," declaring that the "unholy alliance" between big business and certain political operatives on the right (although not exclusively from that side of the aisle) is being challenged. (more)
Rupert and James Murdoch will face the British Parliament on Tuesday, and John Dean (above) thinks the elder tycoon may not be used to the pressure: "I think that this is the first time that Murdoch has ever been in this kind of atmosphere where people can push him to answer questions he might not want to address".
After an eventful and controversial, albeit very short, suspension for making campaign contributions to Democratic candidates before the midterm elections, MSNBC's top blustermonger Keith Olbermann returned to the airwaves Tuesday night. What did he have to say?
An excitable meteorologist by the name of Jeff Kosek, who delivers weather reports for AccuWeather.com, got a little worked up over the blizzard conditions in the nation's Northeast. However, his unique delivery style, albeit perplexing, didn't cost him his job, as an amused Keith Olbermann reports in this clip from Wednesday's "Countdown."
Keith Olbermann has had it with Liebermancare, and he says the president will lose the left and possibly face a primary challenger if he doesn't kill the "heinous mandate" in the health reform bill.
The folks at Fox News are outraged after seeing a clip of some New Jersey school kids singing President Obama's praises and have handily spun the story into yet another sign of the Obama administration's relentless indoctrination of unsuspecting Americans everywhere. Problem is, there's similar footage to be found of schoolchildren doing the same for George W. Bush.
Russell Tice helped blow the whistle on Bush's warrantless wiretapping program back in 2005, but the revelations don't end there. On Wednesday's "Countdown," the former NSA analyst said the agency had "monitored all communications" and specifically targeted journalists.
Keith Olbermann, in this comma-laden "Countdown" diatribe, really lets loose on the idea of George Bush's legacy being anything but a dishonorable, terror-filled and disastrous eight years.
"This isn't about yelling, and this isn't about politics," says the "Countdown" anchor, who points out that the president-elect would not exist if Americans had never "redefined" marriage.