Joe Klein had a great post today calling out Marc Lamont Hill on last night’s O’Reilly Factor. Those new to NewsReal Blog might be unfamiliar with our history of confronting Hill for his extreme views and for Fox and O’Reilly for putting him on as a foreign policy expert when he specializes in hip-hop culture. [...]
If it’s true that cockroaches can survive a nuclear blast, I guess crickets can live through record setting blizzards.
Because that chirping sound you hear is coming from the general direction of Media Matters headquarters, in Washington, DC.
On Sunday, Time magazine’s Joe Klein wrote:
Those who celebrate Sarah Palin’s lack of knowledge as a form of “authenticity” [...]
Joe Klein could not let it go. On the heels of his disastrous appearance on “The Factor” Monday night during which he viciously attacked Glenn Beck, he used the blog Swampland to display his arrogance towards the Fox News audience:
I was on Bill O’Reilly’s program last night, which was sort of hilarious. The most insufferable part [...]
Times Magazine’s Joe Klein is at it again. A few months ago he accused the Fox News network of sedition, while also insulting its viewers as too dumb to understand the “truth.” Appearing as a guest on “The O’Reilly Factor” last night, Klein tried to temper his overall criticism of Fox News but launched a [...]
Joe Klein at TIME is feeling extra super cranky these days.
Are you an ordinary (dare I say it — “teabagger”) American? Are you daring to question the wisdom of the great Obama, by wondering aloud where all your money disappeared to?
Shut up, Joe Klein explains:
Absolutely amazing poll results from CNN today about the $787 stimulus [...]
NewsReal will feature three kinds of coverage for the President’s State of the Union speech tonight at 9 PM EST:
Diane Suffern, Sandra Lee, Jeff Hedgpeth and Lori Ziganto will be live-tweeting throughout the speech. To follow them then click here and follow NRB’s list of bloggers on twitter.
F. Swemson will be live-blogging the speech at [...]
CNN reported late Friday that FOX was not going to “pull” its programming from some 15 million Time Warner subscribers after all. Pull? Interesting word choice. Thank God no American will be deprived of American Idol.
The FOX television network spent the month of December negotiating with Time Warner Cable on behalf of it’s 18 large-market [...]