Monday Links and Open Thread

  • Friday’s numbers: Megyn Kelly-Chris Wallace-The Five 1-2-3.
  • Happening Now video: Assessing of Obama’s address.
  • Concha: These two Fox News contributors should be suspended.  Update.
  • Which channel is the most critical of Donald Trump?  Video: Today’s
  • Ex-cop: MSNBC’s Open House at killers’ rooms a major foul-up by the FBI.
  • MSNBC to air a rerun from Bloomberg in its 6:00 pm slot.  December 7, 1941.

Updated 5:16 pm  Use our valuable bandwidth to post your cable news comments in today’s open thread.

9 thoughts on “Monday Links and Open Thread”

  1. MSNBC to air a rerun from Bloomberg in its 6:00 pm slot. December 7, 1941.
    it is a good show. i by and large am not in agreement with these guys but they both know a lot of people and are pros not want to be pros, so they get great catches for guests. that is the key, not just one or 2 guys talking. for example howie really struggles alone but when he has a good catch interview you almost always hear something new. not sure how the dual net deal works, i guess more reach and net views but they are diffusing a significant number that are not adds. they stop posting you tube which means you have to catch bloomberg on it’s live stream at the right time which is never my right time. so how is the hour deal working? the half hour went fast and was crisp with better than poor station PV.

  2. Re: reporters ransacking the terrorists house. One LEO on CNN was on w/AC. One thing he mentioned that I thought was interesting was that he noticed there was nothing that showed any area in the house had been dusted for fingerprints. If there were other people involved in making the pipe bombs, etc did they never have to use the restroom, get a glass of water or open/close a door?

    Seems to me this was a major screw up & internally there may be carping about what happened but to the citizenry the FBI will say all is good. No problem w/letting media ransack the house.

    Screw ups all around.

  3. Admire both Varney and Concha for their good sense and sensibilities.

    “”Im sorry,” Peters said, before continuing on his rant. “Ralph. I’m sorry I’ve got to interrupt again,” Varney said. “You used some very strong language about the President of the United States. And I’m the anchor of Varney & Company and I have to ask you, either, to apologize for that or take it back.”

    • To be perfectly honest, the fool in the White House deserves whatever comments are made about him, vulgar or otherwise. Varney wanted an apology, I would’ve told him that I was sorry that he was President of the United States. The “speech” he made yesterday showed the contempt he has for the American people.

      • Where, when, and how are always considerations in adult behsvior and probably the biggest indicator of how rigorously peeps were parented (socialized).

        • I have no doubt that Col. Peters had a proper upbringing. He, like Ms. Dash, simply reached the limit and the truth came out before they chose their words better.
          If you want to talk about parenting, Obama is Exhibit A of how not to raise a child. But, perhaps he was such a little b*stard by the time he was 10, that is why Stanley Ann dumped him on his grandparents.

  4. I kind of wish MSNBC would just keep that MSNBC live hour at 6 et ; instead of picking up that show from Bloomberg ,bah humbug to that.

  5. Today’s most popular links:
    5 Update
    4 a major foul-up
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    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Which channel is the most critical of Donald Trump?

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