Is it just me, or does talking about religious violence feel an awful lot like talking about gun violence?
The Magic 8 Ball says “check in again later,” while Colbert waits for a report from correspondent Godot.
Morgan stepped into a minefield for doing what was actually an incredibly pro-trans, softball interview.
CNN’s Jake Tapper got blasted for expressing a legitimate concern about troops deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan.
CNN’s “expert” decided, bizarrely, to refresh the Obamacare Web page while his application was being processed.
Charles Ferguson raises more questions than he answers about Hillary Clinton, Bill’s money, and CGI funding.
Too bad the GOP isn’t as willing to stand up to Tea Partyers like Bachmann who are ruining the country.
Cooper: “This is the way it works in journalism, when you’re not on Fox News you get contentious interviews.”
Blitzer: “You gotta thank the Lord, right? Do you thank the Lord?” Woman: “I, I… I’m actually an atheist.”
In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, I think the media had a harder job than we give credit.
Jon Stewart mocks CNN for reporting (along w/ AP) that someone had been arrested. But was it really CNN’s fault?
Jon Stewart is not a fan of the ‘new’ CNN.
My panel discussion on CNN this morning about whether the media is treating the gay marriage issue fairly.