On Fox News it is still possible in 2016 to send a witless correspondent downtown to mock residents of New York’s Chinatown with old-fashioned racist stereotypes.
It wouldn’t be The O’Reilly Factor without some additional misinformation thrown in.
In an interview with Bill O’Reilly on Fox News Tuesday night, GOP nominee Donald Trump was asked whether he felt his incorrect claims of President Obama being born in Africa have hurt him with black voters. Trump couldn’t seem to understand why that might be the case.
Enslaved families across America were split apart, rape was common, and human life was a commodity to be traded worldwide. But hey, food and shelter. Let’s move on.
“Barack Obama does not define the terror issue clearly. Here’s why.” So began a bizarre rant from Bill O’Reilly on his show last night, in which the Fox News anchor accused the president of not addressing ISIS because of his sympathies to the religion distorted by the Islamic State.
Faced with the tragic killing of 49 people in Orlando’s Pulse nightclub, notable conservatives seem to be running out of excuses for why we need less gun control.
Bill O’Reilly wanted to reward Trump for his bullying tactics. He wanted to reward Trump’s novel strategy of trying to create conditions for a judge’s recusal by manufacturing a controversy about the judge. Or as The Washington Post’s Erik Wemple put it, “In Bill O’Reilly’s world, friends excuse friends for being racist.”
Isn’t it worse, though, if non-racist Trump manipulates racial tension in the electorate for personal revenge and political benefit? If he really isn’t a racist, why is Trump being so racist?
The pitfalls of feminist journalism, the sage hiring wisdom of Donald Trump, and the deviant sexual practices of Hillary Clinton. Welcome to This Week In Crazy.
Bernie Sanders celebrated his landslide victory in New Hampshire by making a special appearance with Stephen Colbert, and helped to open the show.
666 is not only the number of the Beast — it is also, it seems, the number of weeks this election cycle has been going on. Welcome to “This Week In Crazy.”
With Fox News holding the final Republican debate before votes are cast in the Iowa caucuses, the biggest star is someone who might not actually be there.
The cable channel that was virtually the “Pravda” organ of the last Republican White House, is now in a hopeless feud with the new frontrunner for the GOP nomination — and along with the GOP establishment itself, they’re all losing.
Donald Trump has now done the impossible: He’s got a Fox News host begging him not to spread racist paranoia that he’s picked up from right-wing talk radio.
Bill O’Reilly, of all people, is the one who laid to Trump out all the inhumanity that was actually committed back in the old days that The Donald is longing for.
Trevor Noah, after the Iowa Republican Party barred ‘The Daily Show’ from their big event: “As far as I’m concerned, the Iowa GOP can suck its own caucus.”
Dear conservatives: Imagine a jackboot stomping on the face of your overwrought metaphor. Welcome to “This Week In Crazy,” The National Memo’s weekly update on the loony, bigoted, and hateful behavior of the increasingly unhinged right wing.
Racism, what racism? It’s all the Devil’s fault. Send in the bees! These and other morsels of madness in “This Week In Crazy.”
Larry inserted himself into the Fox News host’s show, in order to give some aerial support to the one liberal guest against Bill’s flip responses. “‘So what’?! Slavery gets a ‘So what’?!”
There is a myth in America that we are done with race and have been for a very long time; that we overcame, learned our lesson, reached the Promised Land, and built luxury condos there.
David Letterman did something special: He brought weirdness to mainstream TV. With his show now truly over, after 30 years and two different networks, let’s take a look at just 10 of his greatest moments.