Many evangelicals are selling their souls in defense of President Donald Trump. Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Dallas Church, however, takes the cake. He told Fox & Friends Sunday that, “The Bible says even heaven itself is gonna have a wall around it. Not everyone is going to be allowed
Yet again, we are faced with another major Trump related story and another tale of two very different news realities. The last one involved the use of tear gas on migrants at the border. This one involves the Friday court filings by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Let’s put aside all the heated rhetoric and personality-oriented-Trump-v-Acosta framing and ask more fundamental questions, such as: With all the disinformation and lies coming from that podium in the White House press room, what are we getting from these sessions anyway?
In my worst fears since 2016 about what President Trump's right-wing media messaging machine would look like and how it might affect our democracy, I never thought I would see what I did Monday night on Fox News starting with the propaganda performance of Sean Hannity.
As our politics move from crazy to crazy and fevered with the battle over the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh totally on and midterms just around the corner, it is fascinating to watch the Trump propaganda machine gear up. Enter stage right: Sean Hannity and Boris Epshteyn.
Fox might be the most prominent platform to have become more politically emboldened since the election of President Donald Trump, but it is only one of several that have taken a more partisan turn or made clear their intentions of serving the president’s goals in 2017.
When a serious charge against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is debunked by a Fox News anchor, you can be sure the charge is fake news, even if the charge is promoted by a second Fox News anchor named Sean Hannity.
The saga of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has been a sordid one. But there is one media story line that ought to be celebrated: the power of the Washington Post's fact-based journalism to deliver clarity, change minds and shape events. And then, there's Sean Hannity's coverage ...
Dave O'Brien (play by play), Doris Burke (analysis) and Jeannine Edwards (reporting) did such a fine job that by the middle of the first half I had my notebook out trying to keep up with all the things they were doing right.
Honestly, I have been thinking about this segment on Sean Hannity's Wednesday night show for the last 24 hours trying to figure out if it a great cable news segment or the embodiment of so much of what is wrong with prime-time cable news TV.
What sets "Game Change" part is how it has radically shortened the distance between real-life events and their Hollywood depiction. As the producers deftly blend actual news footage and dramatic recreations, "Game Change" vaporizes the lines of fact and fiction as you watch.
Having been rejected by Maryland voters in his last campaign for office, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is taking his show on the road with a new book, "Turn This Car Around," which he hopes will give him a higher national profile.
Just one week after a winning interview with comedian Jon Stewart, Fox News host Chris Wallace stumbled in his covbersation with a much friendlier guest, Michele Bachmann, the hottest new GOP presidential candidate.