It’s been a few days now and Keith Olbermann has returned to his chair at MSNBC to host his nightly show “Countdown with Keith Olbermann.” I’d like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that was in a constant state of crapping their pants while Olbermann was suspended indefinitely for like two days, that Olbermann… Read more »
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Last week, Keith Olbermann was told to stay home after his MSNBC bosses learned about donations the host of “Countdown on Keith Olbermann” made to Democratic candidates in this year’s elections.
Rachel Maddow’s new documentary “The Assassination of Dr. Tiller” premieres tonight at 9 p.m. eastern on MSNBC. Here’s a preview of what you can expect. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
The Republican party’s “southern strategy” began after the parties flipped over civil rights legislation in the 1960s. The modern GOP wants you to think that the southern strategy is a throwback to decades past – they don’t do that any more. Oh but they do do that, it’s just now no longer limited to the… Read more »
On Friday, Brian Kilmeade of Fox News Radio and Fox and Friends was given the honor of being the “worst person in the world” by Keith Olbermann. Kilmeade got the award by engaging in bigoted Islamophobic hate speech. “Do you think Americans have a right to look at moderate Muslims and say, show me you’re… Read more »
The Obama administration, and NBC, have been telling us for the past couple of weeks that on August 31, 2010 the war in Iraq ended – kaput. Actually, the war is not over. Many of the 50,000 US soldiers that remain Iraq, and the mercenaries we’re paying big bucks to fight for us, will be… Read more »
Despite all of the evidence to the contrary, that there is no anti-incumbent rage in this year’s election, the mainstream media won’t let the narrative die. It didn’t exist. It doesn’t exist. It never happened. So why can’t the mainstream media let it go? I wish I knew the answer, but it’s really really annoying…. Read more »
Here’s a video montage of Keith Olbermann’s Countdown on MSNBC. I believe it’s from May 26, 2010, it features the Geto Boys. Enjoy
The people that are dumping millions of dollars into the Tea Party “movement” don’t want you to know that they’re dumping millions of dollars into the Tea Party. The problem is that their logos are all over Tea Party documents and Web sites. Koch Industries went out of their way to tell the news media… Read more »
If you have a heart, you might get a bit choked up watching this special comment by Keith Olbermann. It’s about his dad who’s quite probably not going to live much longer. It’s a message to the politicians who are going to President Obama’s health care summit tomorrow. And it’s a message to the people out there who have gotten so damn cynical about what health care really means to real people. Playing gotcha politics is fun, and good for a laugh, but real people are dealing with life and death every day, and this stuff matters to them.
The Countdown on MSNBC reported some interesting poll numbers about the attitude of voters regarding the support for health care reform, a public option and what’s motivating Republican opposition.