On Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” comedian Dennis Miller used his weekly spot to criticize the deal to halt Iran's nuclear program, saying it reminds him of the violent "knockout game" that's allegedly become popular among urban youth.
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On Hugh Hewitt’s Wednesday radio show, National Review columnist Mark Steyn said that the newly announced nuclear agreement with Iran gives everyone what they really wanted.
Comedian Adam Carolla speculated Wednesday that actor Alec Baldwin's departure from MSNBC earlier this week had more to do with poor ratings than his allegedly hurling a homophobic slur at a paparazzi photographer earlier this month.
On his Wednesday radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh accused Pope Francis of going beyond religion and into politics in his latest apostolic exhortation attacking “unfettered capitalism” and condemning the "idolatry of money"
Numerous outlets are reporting that "Up Late" host Alec Baldwin and MSNBC have parted ways.
On Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” on Monday night, conservative columnist Ann Coulter ripped President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, saying it was another crisis in a long line of Democratic foreign policy failures.
On Monday’s “On the Record,” former Republican presidential adviser Pat Buchanan said Obamacare is doing fundamental damage to President Obama, the Democratic Party and liberalism in general. the failures of Obamacare have done to the Barack Obama presidency, the Democratic Party and liberalism in general.
On Fox News Channel’s “Special Report” Monday, senior political analyst Brit Hume said Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid used the so-called nuclear option so President Obama can fill courts with liberal judges.
On Monday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel, Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer condemned reports on the deal reached by the United States and its allies with Iran to stymie Iran's nuclear ambitions.
On Hugh Hewitt’s radio show earlier this week, National Review columnist Mark Steyn talked about Obamacare and the long-term impact it will have beyond its plagued initial rollout.
On Friday’s “The Kelly File” on the Fox News Channel, Washington Post columnist George Will explained that Obamacare's collapse, from its disastrous rollout to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s launch of the nuclear option, helps to fulfill the so-called “progressive dream.”
Conservative talk host Rush Limbaugh is swinging back at critics who are outraged about comments he made on his show Friday.
It was 2008, and the Democratic Party was in the middle of a hotly contested presidential primary contest between then-New York Sen. Hillary Clinton and then-Illinois Sen. Barack Obama.
On Thursday's broadcast of "Imus in the Morning" --- which is simulcasted on the Fox Business Network --- former Clinton adviser and Democratic strategist James Carville conceded that the so-called "disaster" in dealing with Obamacare's rollout is ultimately President Obama's fault.
On Wednesday's "Martin Bashir" on MSNBC, The Daily Caller's Matt Lewis unloaded on Georgetown University professor and MSNBC contributor Michael Eric Dyson for brandishing the race card in a panel about the Affordable Care Act.
On his Wednesday radio program, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh asked what would happen if a prominent Fox News commentator such as Charles Krauthammer or Bill O'Reilly said someone should defecate in President Obama's mouth.
On Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” on Tuesday night, former New York City Police Department detective Bo Dietl explained why the “Knockout” game --- an activity which involves sucker-punching an unsuspecting bystander with the goal of knocking them unconscious --- is something the news media should be devoting more attention to, despite its racial aspects.
On NBC’s “The Tonight Show” on Tuesday night, former President George W. Bush made a rare media appearance to talk about his life after leaving office in 2009.
On Fox News Channel’s “On the Record” Tuesday night, conservative firebrand and former presidential adviser Pat Buchanan criticized President Barack Obama on the heels of a March McKinsey & Company report warning of flaws in the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, which was divulged by a House investigation.