Sean Hannity bought one.
Or, "environments likely to stir negative sentiments."
Mark Block says he confirmed something he definitely did not.
In Hannity's defense, skinny jeans don't exist in the fifties, the decade in which he lives.
And has "no idea" whether Gardasil can make someone mentally retarded.
They're claiming that President Obama inherited a 5.7 or 5.6 percent unemployment rate.
MSNBC may have a horse race on its hands.
She'll take your darts and arrows.
He's still kind of mad at President Obama though.
A recent memo shows a Fox manager urging his staff not to use the phrase "the public option."
But liberal talker Ed Schultz dissents with a Rush Limbaugh/Fox News conspiracy theory.
Meanwhile, the rest of cable news seems convinced that she's going to run for president.
What are facts, anyway?
Plus, Rachel Maddow denounces Sharron Angle's classy effort to link Harry Reid with scary-looking people who aren't white, on our regular cable-news roundup.
"He couldn't even utter the words 'we were victorious.'"
These are probably the guys who need a little extra security.
Let's compare two recent gaffes at MSNBC and Fox News.
Plus Colbert pimps out Hannity on our regular late-night roundup.