Like the bickering Sam and Diane duo from Cheers sitcom fame, Trump and Fox News obviously belong together (they like all the same things!), but they just can’t get past their stubborn differences.
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.”
Trump told the crowd that Fox News made repeated calls to try to persuade him to change his mind. Fox News told the story differently.
Trevor Noah revealed that something very much like Trump’s great debate ditching occurred just last week — by the president of Uganda.
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.
Donald Trump has announced that he will not be participating in Thursday’s Fox News debate, after the network refused to budge on his demand that Megyn Kelly be removed as a moderator. So is he serious?
Is Trump serious about ditching the debate, or is he just drumming up ratings? In either case, it doesn’t look like the people at Fox are enjoying this.
Trump’s pro-wrestler talk, however, seems like a hint that he might simply be drumming up more ratings for a debate he will indeed attend.
One nation, two realities, one of them populated by the NRA and its GOP henchmen, by extremists who don’t just own guns or like guns, but who sanctify and worship guns and so regard even the most humble effort to check their destructive power as blasphemy against their god.
And we’re back. The right wing kicked the year off by freaking out in spectacular fashion to President Obama’s executive actions on gun control, indulging in some pandering to those precious Iowan evangelical ballot punchers, and kicking that dead horse called “traditional marriage” into a pulp. Welcome to “This Week In Crazy.”
President Obama’s emotional speech for his new actions on gun control was the talk of late-night shows — along with the right-wing response.
Spoiler alert: It involves lying. Treating a Michael Bay film as if it’s a documentary with bearing on Hillary Clinton’s service as secretary of state doesn’t make a lot of sense. But that’s exactly what Kelly did.
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 declared not only that he wouldn’t avoid civilian casualties in the fight against ISIS — he would actively go right for the families.
This segment Monday is perhaps the single most succinct example of media obfuscation over the shooting at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.
In the storm of media demagoguery against Syrian refugees, which has flowed especially from Fox News, there also comes a truly eloquent rebuttal.
It does seem kind of odd to imagine the white-collar job searches of college graduates being confounded by the manual laborers crossing the Mexican border.
Listening to Fox News for the last three years viewers have been led to believe the Benghazi tragedy stands as the biggest failure in American foreign policy and easily represents the darkest day in U.S. history, even though scores of attacks have claimed more Americans lives
So another Republican congressman has come forward to admit that his party’s Benghazi obsession is little more than an undisguised effort to damage the presidential campaign of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic frontrunner.
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.