In an emergency Christmas Eve memo, a Fox News executive producer instructed his anchors not to include "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" among the victims in the war on Christmas.
Rove and O'Reilly's defense of GOP intransigence is hardly worth recounting. What was notable was their suggestion that Stewart suspiciously developed an interest in this story just last week.
The world sucks as much as it did last year, so here's the redux on last year's holiday special. With luck, and the blessing of the Holy Spirit (Roger Ailes), perhaps this will become an annual tradition for you and yours.
To watch Fox News is to feel the fear factor. Its headlines are often crafted with implications of threat to your family -- and even the advertisers get in on the act.
Bill O'Reilly's latest attacks on University of Washington Assistant Professor Amy Hagopian tells far more about the twisted mind of O'Reilly than the serious study the professor authored.
Yet, not that many years ago in Stockton, California, Tammy was homeless, addicted to drugs for more years than she cares to admit.
A few days ago, controversial radio/TV host Glenn Beck, in a stunning display of ignorance (if not bigotry), picked a number out of his imagination an...
As Fox News has repeatedly reminded us, there is an all-out war on Christmas. So we decided to ask one billion average Americans what they thought about the War on Xmas. Here's what they said:
Beware of Republicans bearing populist speeches. Republican populism is an oxymoron, a con-job, a Fox friendly flimflam for those in lemming lockstep ...
On the season finale of Real Time with Bill Maher, Bill O'Reilly said that we "live in a capitalistic society." That's wrong. We work in a capitalist system. We live in a democratic society.
Understanding how your company operates is important, and frequently rules go unlearned until they are accidentally broken. Whatever your own workplace rule is, it's there for a reason and meant to be followed.
Shakespeare's still hot, rocking the #4 slot in most Facebook fans. Saucy lad! Bill S., not Bill O. Now who's the freshest one of all? Turns out the dead guy is.
What wasn't said during the Keith Olbermann debacle the other week had little to do with the fact that Olbermann clowned himself into a corner of ideo...
Is it possible to defend Keith Olbermann and Sean Hannity at the same time? Yes, but only if they can admit there is at least one principle on which they can find common ground.
Have an electoral hangover? We've been coping by playing Brave New PacMan -- that's Progressive-Against-Conservatives Man.