Sam Seder

“Sometimes you just get one wrong — and that’s what happened here," MSNBC President Phil Griffin said.
The network has "a fundamental misunderstanding of what business they’re in," ousted contributor Sam Seder says.
The network fired Seder, a contributor, after an alt-right personality publicized one of his old tweets.
Little ol' me decided to head on over to that liberal conference in Rhode Island, Netroots Nation. I can't say too much about their politics but I have to admit they were nice. Deep down they're just confused, I'm sure of it.
Whomever believes this statement to be true, or claims to believe it true, or would actually utter it, is not someone I trust
John McCain said during the campaign that he would stop wasteful spending in government by naming names and making people famous. Well, that's a pretty good idea. Let's do it for the bankers to get out money back.
Life can only be understood backward, but it has to be lived forward. That's the only explanation I can offer for the strange turn of events that led to me becoming an AIG executive, then a progressive writer/blogger.
"We thought that it would be fun to run it like a political campaign and involve the online community as much as possible
"Eat The Press" editor Rachel Sklar was a guest yesterday on Air America's Maron v. Seder, a new live daily webcast, with
Sometime around the inauguration of Bush in 2000, I began to notice that there was not the slightest hint of outrage expressed in or by the media.
If you love politics, you'll love the live Iowa caucus coverage on The Young Turks tonight.