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New York City is, arguably, the media and cultural capital of the United States. It should have deepened the way viewers understand a bewildering race that finally seems to be coming into focus. On MSNBC, though — a network that liberal viewers have been increasingly disappointed by even as American liberalism has gotten more confident — the post-election coverage was not terribly inspiring. This involved a lot of shouting and not a lot of insight.
Activists have been trying to keep Tony Perkins and his virulently antigay views off the airwaves, but when the leader of the Family Research Council went on MSNBC today he was met with a tougher opponent than usual — Rep. Barney Frank. Perkins made his usual rash of claims, including that kids are made gay because of immoral parenting, and that the purpose of marriage is to procreate.
Barney Frank D-MA to discuss the issues of same-sex marriage and adoption. Perkins' presence on MSNBC isn't surprising — the hate group leader has become a regular guest on the network over the past several months, and has typically been treated as a credible, uncontroversial political figure, especially on Hardball. For nearly 15 minutesMatthews, with the help of Frank, grilled Perkins on his views on homosexuality, marriage equality, and same-sex parenting.
Chris Matthews had a fiery chat with a openly gay former aide to Rick Santorum, the Republican presidential candidate who has an infamously frosty relationship with the gay community, on his Thursday show. Robert Traynham, who worked for Santorum while he was a senator, defended his former boss from Matthews' repeated attacks. The "Hardball" host wasted little time getting to some hot-button issues.
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Matthews invitation to be commencement speaker at the college sparked a controversy that revolves around what it means to be Catholic. Matthews should be disinvited as commencement speaker since he is pro-choice. The question created a buzz on campus and in Catholic circles.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews faces new allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace after multiple witnesses came forward to claim he runs an abusive and often sexist work environment. Some staffers for his nightly show, "Hardball," reportedly referred to themselves as having "battered wives syndrome. The DC reports:. Both former NBC producers requested anonymity out of concern for their future careers.