Less than 24 hours after the resignation of MSNBC host Martin Bashir, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin stopped by the Fox and Friends couch to give us her reaction. Bashir had made some vulgar comments about Palin last month and later apologized. But after weeks of steady criticism and calls for his firing, he offered his resignation.
Alec Baldwin is lashing out at MSNBC for canceling his late-night talk show after the actor allegedly used anti-gay slurs during an altercation with paparazzi. Baldwin questioned why Martin Bashir remains on the network despite the vile comments he made about Sarah Palin.
In an exclusive Fox News Sunday interview, former Governor Sarah Palin addressed the comments made about her by Martin Bashir.
MSNBC’s Martin Bashir launched a vile attack on Sarah Palin during his show last Friday.
On Friday, left-leaning MSNBC host Martin Bashir unleashed a vile attack against former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin saying that she deserved the same punishment given out by an 18th Century slave master who forced slaves to defecate and urinate in other slaves’ mouths.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan has come under fire after he made some controversial comments about "white suburban moms" as he tried to defend against criticism of Common Core education standards. "It's fascinating to me that some of the pushback is coming from, sort of, white suburban moms who -- all of a sudden -- their child isn't as brilliant as they thought they were and their school isn't quite as good as they thought they were, and that's pretty scary," Duncan said, according to an account from Politico.
In a recent MSNBC clip, host Martin Bashir claimed Republicans are using the IRS targeting scandal as "just another excuse" to bash President Obama, calling it their latest "weapon in the war against the Black man in the White House."