The right's obsessive hatred of Hillary Clinton knows no limits.
This really did not go well for Tucker.
In the wake of a mass advertiser exodus from his show, it looks increasingly like the end is nigh for Fox News host Bill O'Reilly.
The unimaginable has finally happened. So what will Fox News become after the age of Ailes?
Roger Ailes is demanding an apology for Donald Trump's latest Twitter rant against Megyn Kelly. Good luck with that.
It's Monday and so it's back to the grind with you, gerbils. Here's a couple of headlines and some assorted stuff from around the internet to get you through the day.
You'd never know Christie had a rough time up there yesterday by watching Fox News; you'd never know Christie was in trouble at all, really. That's because Fox News has spent the past 36 hours going through its own stages of grief as a response to this major PR crisis for one of its favorite sons.
Ailes may be lashing out against the accusations and fighting back by means of a coordinated effort among Fox News's hosts and reporters to discredit Sherman and his work, but really, why? Why bother? Sherman's book is going to have absolutely zero impact on Fox News's viewership or bottom line and Ailes has proven throughout his lengthy career that he doesn't care one bit what tenets of respectable journalism he violates or what his enemies think of him.
On the face of it, President Obama and Fox News head honcho Roger Ailes have very little in common. But a quote from a 2012 biography of Ailes is proving to be rather interesting given the mogul's advice to Obama on Syria.
For years now, Fox News has responded to almost every form of negative publicity in the same way: by circling the wagons then lashing out like a petulant child in the direction of the perceived attack, like some little asshole bully on a playground whose skin is paper thin and whose only defense against criticism is to hurl vitriolic insults in a quest for revenge. And for years the man behind this was Brian Lewis. Karma's a bitch, isn't it?
It's really a hell of a thing to pull, when you think about it. So far, no one on the current prime time schedule is copping to being told by management they he or she will be sent packing or forced to share the stage with Megyn Kelly. And if they're all telling the truth when they say they're staying put, then Fox News management is sincerely, profoundly, sociopathically fucking with them all.