Tag Archives: MSNBC

  • Rachel Maddow and David Letterman Talk Ferguson (Watch)

    Sep 2, 14 by EURPublisher01 10 Comments


    *Like her MSNBC colleagues, Rachel Maddow has covered the shooting of Michael Brown and subsequent protests in Ferguson extensively. Earlier this week, she told David Letterman her thoughts on the story. “It doesn’t make any sense,” Maddow said regarding the militarization of the police force many have cited when talking about Ferguson. “Even small town […]

  • ‘There Is No Racial Divide’ in Ferguson, Says its White Mayor (Watch)

    Aug 19, 14 by EURPublisher01 4 Comments


    *Ferguson Mayor James Knowles was a guest on Tamron Hall’s MSNBC program “NewsNation” Tuesday to discuss the racial disparity in his town that has played a part in the police shooting of Michael Brown and the subsequent protests. The Republican mayor first informed Hall that there is “no racial divide” in the area. When Hall asked […]

  • Joy Reid Discusses Career and Her Role with MSNBC

    Jul 7, 14 by Cory Alexander Haywood 3 Comments


    *Politics is tricky business. If you aren’t well informed, one single segment of Fox News or CNN will make your head spin like a top. Helping to spread knowledge among the politically-challenged, MSNBC’s Joy Reid has developed a distinct reputation for producing quality journalism. The hours that she’s logged in front of the camera, combined […]

  • MSNBC’s ‘Disrupt with Karen Finney’ Cancelled

    Jun 5, 14 by EURPublisher01 8 Comments


    *It was just days away from celebrating its one-year anniversary this weekend. TVNewser is reporting that MSNBC has decided to scrap Karen Finney’s 4 p.m. weekend show, “Disrupt with Karen Finney.” According to the website, the show’s ratings never caught on. Last November, “Disrupt” posted an A25-54 demo of just 14,000 viewers for one of […]

  • MLK III Leaves MSNBC’s Touré with Mouth Open Suggesting ‘Blacks Engage with the Tea Party’

    May 17, 14 by Brainuser1 4 Comments


    *We grant you permission to file this under a “Whatchu talkin’ ’bout Willis” moment. This is how Martin Luther King III left MSNBC host Touré feeling on Friday when he told him it’s important for blacks to “be engaged with the Tea Party.” King’s response followed the reporter’s question as to whether he feels the […]

  • Lara Spencer, MSNBC Apologize for Taking ‘Cinco de Mayo’ Segments Too Far (Video)

    May 8, 14 by EURPublisher01 1 Comment


    *In the U.S. and Mexico, May 5th is celebrated each year to commemorate the Mexican army’s unlikely victory in 1862 over French forces that supported the Confederacy during the Civil War. Over the years, however, it’s become an excuse for non-Mexicans to dress up in colorful ponchos and sombreros — and get drunk. Anchors from […]