According to a new survey from FAIR, the network's coverage of the impending coup has ranged from outright support to virtual silence.
Ph.D. candidate and war veteran Lyle Jeremy Rubin explores his disillusionment with liberals, whose anti-war politics are anything but.
A look at the day's political happenings, including a Koch brother campaigns to get rid of the minimum wage and the Texas woman who was silenced by state lawmakers while testifying against a restrictive abortion bill gets "the last word."
Thousands of protesters have crowded Wall Street for the last 12 days, decrying the effects of corporate greed on a functioning democracy. Those protesters, Occupy Wall Street, are our Truthdiggers of the Week.Thousands of protesters have "Occupied" Wall Street for the last 12 days, decrying the effects of corporate greed on a functioning democracy. They are our Truthdiggers of the Week.
That's what MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell said on his show last week, when he admitted to his viewers that Donald Trump's recent "presidential tour" was never anything but a PR campaign by NBC to promote the next season of Trump's show, "The Apprentice."
Glenn Greenwald of Salon and Lawrence O'Donnell of MSNBC share a lot of views, but the two got into a shouting match over the value of conservative Democrats in the aftermath of the tea party holocaust. Here the two hash out their differences, with a little "West Wing" digestif.
Could this be the face of the future of politics? Let's hope not Alaskan pinup boy turned wannabe politico Levi Johnston has a bit of a tough time answering "The Last Word" host Lawrence O'Donnell's fairly basic questions about evolution, abortion and global warming (continued).
This week's episode of "Left, Right & Center" features two special guests -- Lawrence O'Donnell as moderator and David Frum as Tony Blankley's right-wing substitute -- for a virtual round table on (continued).
As we round the final corner en route to the health care vote, "Left, Right & Center's" illustrious panelists Robert Scheer, Tony Blankley and Arianna Huffington -- with Lawrence O'Donnell guest-starring as moderator -- consider what might happen if the reform bill passes the House this weekend. And what's with this "deeming" procedure anyway?
Not surprisingly, "Left, Right & Center" co-hosts Arianna Huffington, Robert Scheer and Tony Blankley harbor some differing viewpoints when it comes to Sen. Ted Kennedy's legacy, as well as whether Congress should push through a health care reform plan to "win one for Ted."