The ad from American Action Network contrasts the House GOP budget with President Obama’s — and, more importantly, is running on the network that conservatives watch.
Former CBS News correspondent Eric Engberg disputed the Fox News host’s war reporting claims in a Facebook post on Saturday.
What began as a defense against accusations that he embellished his stories ended with blunt criticism of Sen. Al Franken and CNN’s Brian Stelter.
“The reporters who took those headlines and made those stories up made ‘em up out of thin air. It’s an outright lie.”
“I told some people if I walked away from a wonderful gig that I had at the Fox News channel just to have my Saturdays free I need to have my head examined.”
They referred to him as a Terrorism “Expert”.
A guest on the US news channel said that Birmingham is “totally Muslim” and “non-Muslims simply don’t go in”. The internet responded mercilessly.
The media mogul had tweeted out his opinions on “Moslems” after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.
Both sides are blaming each other in the TV tiff.
Former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill spoke to Fox News about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden.
Ever wonder where your favorite slang words came from? Spoiler alert: black people.
James Foley’s parents asked for the ad to be removed.
However, Sean Hannity does think Adrian Peterson “went too far.”
“Keep f*cking that chicken.” – Ernie Anastos, Fox 5 newscaster and American hero.
After being considered by ABC to join The View, Roger Ailes hires the Fox News regular to be a network contributor.
Updated: Brian Kilmeade clarified that he takes the issue of domestic abuse very seriously. The Fox hosts also criticized Janay Palmer and Rihanna for going back to their abusive partners.
“Race is there; it exists. You’re tired of hearing about it?… Imagine how fucking exhausting it is living it.”
“I realize something’s happening in Ferguson, but we’re talking about something important here.”
“The real problem is we’ve lost the professionalism of journalism.”
Spoiler: CNN went all in.
“Let’s be honest, like there’s no french fries happening.”
“And yet, something inside you is so horrible or you’re such a coward or whatever the reason that you decide that you have to end it. Robin Williams, at 63, did that today.”
And why doesn’t it have access to the 20th Century Fox film archive?
In comments made off-air during Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace, Secretary of State John Kerry was caught sarcastically referring to Israel’s operation in Gaza as “a hell of a pinpoint operation.”
ABC News loves the hate-fav, while the NY Post makes some questionable decisions.
“They depend on government because they’re not depending on their husbands.”