Humberto Fontova, In a recent interview CBS’ Ted Koppel denounced Sean Hannity as “bad for America” because, “You have attracted people who are determined that ideology is more important than facts.” Well, CBS proudly claims Julia Sweig as a “CBS News Analyst.” And back in 2008, the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency’s top Cuba spycatcher Lieut.
Sean Hannity, It all started three weeks ago, when I agreed to do an interview with “CBS Sunday Morning” and their special contributor, Ted Koppel. The interview lasted well over 45 minutes, and we discussed in great detail why there’s such a great divide in America in politics and in media. In my honest opinion,
Cortney O’Brien, Fox News anchor Sean Hannity did a 45-minute interview with CBS’ Ted Koppel over the weekend about the media’s role in American politics. Koppel, who prides himself on being a non-biased journalist, made clear to Hannity that he believes his opinion-style news show is damaging to the country. Hannity: “You think I’m bad
Aaron Bandler, A new report has found that millennials don’t consider themselves adults until they reach the age of 30. Yes, you read that correctly. According to The Wrap, research compiled by David Poltrack, the chief research officer at CBS and their ratings expert, as well as Nielsen Catalina Solutions found that millennials consider themselves adults at
Pam Key, Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said if the Republicans and President Donald Trump repeal and replace Obamacare and premiums continue to rise “people will be ready to tar and feather us in the streets.” Cruz said,”My biggest concern with the House bill is it doesn’t lower premiums.” He added,
Jerry Newcombe, Here’s a variation of a joke I heard recently that is circulating among conservatives. The pope and Trump were out on a ship and suddenly a gust of wind causes the pontiff’s hat to fly several feet away from the boat on surface of the water. Trump gets out of the boat and
Milo Yiannopoulos, the provocative conservative journalist who is often portrayed as a champion of the far right, is facing possible dismissal from his employer, Breitbart News, over comments he once made about underage sex, FOX Business has learned. His possible dismissal could could come by the end of the day, sources from the conservative website told
Kathryn Blackhurst, Kentucky senator says Arizona hawk has ‘been wrong on just about everything over the last four decades’ Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) blasted Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) Sunday, saying the U.S. is “very lucky” that President Donald Trump is in office instead of McCain during an interview on ABC News’ “This Week.” The former 2016 Republican