That doesn’t mean ignore it. Let me explain.
Cecile Richards is a goddess.
You wouldn't know it to watch our news media, but President Obama actually did say the thing Republicans are insisting he didn't say.
These people have just awful memories.
Director Spike Lee jumped all over Chris Hayes over the focus of his new film.
The Atlantic's Gabrielle Glaser committed a violent act of thinkpiece on Alcoholics Anonymous, and the intellectually trustworthy Chris Hayes put her stinking thinking on the air. Here's what they got wrong.
What happened on Monday night is yet another example of the debilitating inability of even smart liberals to see what is plainly in front of their faces.
ISIS just needs to get got, plain and simple.
The guy in Chris Hayes' Gaza B-roll footage isn't just nonchalant; he's anti-chalant.
As far as criticism of Israel goes, Obama's diplomatic boilerplate pales in comparison to the going-over that CNN's Jake Tapper gave to Israeli airstrikes on Wednesday.
On Tuesday night's All In with Chris Hayes, host and passionate climate change activist Chris Hayes compared the burning of fossil fuel with the institution of slavery, and in mid-comparison, insisted to his audience that "I am not comparing slavery to the burning of fossil fuel." The denial seemed to be a preemptive strike against the sort of fake outrage that led conservative guests to accuse Hayes of endorsing a Cow Holocaust and/or of silencing women. Whatever you think of the comparison, though, he definitely made it.
The Bundy Ranch fiasco is the gift that keeps on giving wingnuts a chance to come out of the woodwork. On Friday night's All In with Chris Hayes, host Chris Hayes did a live remote with Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, who says she's been camped out with the Bundy mob for six days now. Amid the usual cable news talkovers, Fiore posited a rather stunning maxim: that armed federal officers can't expect citizens not to "fire back."
Consider this advance warning: If you're a big fan of Chris Hayes's show on MSNBC, or maybe simply someone who laments the tragic dearth of intelligent, thoughtful programming on cable news in general, you may want to start planning your 140-character-long expressions of outrage now. I say this because if things keep going the way they are, Hayes's All In will be history by the end of the year.