No we’re not making that up. That’s the name of a new restaurant in Texas. Some think it’s offensive. Some see it as humorous. Take a look at this video package and decide for yourself.
Stephen Colbert can usually be counted on to skewer the media in the funniest of ways. And he doesn’t disappoint when he takes on the feud between Fox News and CNN over “human shields” in Libya. Take a look.
After a report on Fox News that CNN reporters and other journalists have been used as human shields in Libya, reporter Nic Robertson angrily denied the accusation. Check out the video.
After his emotional testimony in front of a congressional hearing yesterday, Rep. Keith Ellison appeared with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly to discuss the hearings. We’ve got a link to the video.
Bill O’Reilly didn’t pull any punches as he interviewed former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. We’ve got links to the video.
We had a local anchor instruct a guest on how an interview’s supposed to go. Now Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner tries a similar tactic with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly. See how it went.
A Chicago man has been cited for disorderly conduct at the Wisconsin Capitol protests after unplugging some cables to a Fox News van.
Really? Really?! We’re still not beyond this notion? Check out the Fox News video for yourself.
Chad discussed the President’s Interview with Bill O’Reilly during the Super Bowl pre-game show. We’ve got links to that portion of the interview, plus part-two, which Fox News aired last night.
We’ve all heard of Minnesota Nice — but it seems former Gov. Tim Pawlenty is trying to shake that image.
Chad played some clips from Tucker Carlson’s latest appearance on Fox News related to Michael Vick. We’ve got a link to the entire video.
We’ve got a link to some eye-popping comments made by Tucker Carlson on Fox News last night.
Our news-guy Adam Carter is a quality news anchor and reporter. But Chad laments the fact that if he did an interview and photo-spread in GQ magazine, it probably wouldn’t turn out to be as alluring as the one Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly did.
Juan Williams was fired from NPR this week for saying he got “nervous” when he got on a plane and saw Muslims in “Muslim garb.”
National Public Radio has fired news analyst Juan Williams after Williams appeared on a Fox News broadcast and shared a personal opinion about Muslims and airplanes. Now Republicans are saying it was censorship, and want public funding of NPR stopped. Don Shelby says the debate over Williams’ words has gone beyond what he said.