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Less than a week after commentator Bernie Goldberg appeared on Fox News to battle Bill O'Reilly over the political agenda
Bernie Goldberg: Fox News Hosts Were ‘Cheerleaders’ For Tea Party
While talking to Bill O'Reilly about the influence the media will have on the upcoming 2016 presidential election, Goldberg
When commentator Bernie Goldberg pushed back, stating that "if any news organization has to apologize as many times as Fox
In a sports media world devoted to talking heads, outlandish rumor-mongering, wild speculation and outright lies, Real Sports is a godsend.
WATCH: Ice-T had a rather caustic response to the conversation. In what seemed to be a conversation about race, conservative
In a surprising turn of events, Rick Sanchez -- who was fired by CNN in October for calling Jon Stewart "a bigot" -- is now
Bill O'Reilly took a swipe at Sarah Palin on his Monday show, comparing her to Barack Obama and saying that she is becoming
"He doesn't mean cynical," he said. "He finds Fox viewers to be among the stupidest people on the face of the Earth." It
O'Reilly, unsurprisingly, agreed with his guest. He predicted that, when Comcast took over NBC, the new parent company would
Let's acknowledge that the winner here is Williams. A flagging career bolstered now by a new contract with Fox News. Reportedly two million dollars over three years. I'd be happy to say something stupid for half that money.
WATCH: O'Reilly — who asked if Schieffer was vacationing on Venus — added, "Believe me, President Obama, every senator, every
The conservative movement is now wallowing in the kind of unapologetic race-baiting that mainstream American politics hasn't seen in decades, if not generations.
Goldberg did not stop there, however, going on to criticize Stewart for what he said was his own hypocrisy. Specifically
The White House has exposed Fox News for what it is: not a news organization, but a partisan political entity that is waging a war against the Obama administration and its progressive agenda.
Finally, we have an extreme right-wing personality making the rounds in the corporate media who tears down the facade of "legitimacy" the Far Right bestows upon its craziest enthusiasts.
If O'Reilly The Journalist had done his real journalist due diligence he would have found out that his "...you don't hear both sides in the Philadelphia Inquirer" is an out and out lie.
Why do all the right-wing television personalities fear the Fairness Doctrine so much? Could it be because if it were reinstated they would have to enter into a real public debate?
During the October 18 edition of The O'Reilly Factor, Fox News contributors Bernie Goldberg and Jane Hall criticized host