Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Chris hayes

  • MSNBC host Chris Hayes apologized on Monday for saying he felt "uncomfortable" calling fallen soldiers "heroes, a remark that set off a firestorm of criticism over the Memorial Day weekend.
  • (Politico.com)
  • An angry Steve Newton, Founder of the Silver Star Families of America, called on Chris Hayes to resign or be terminated for his recent comments on MSNBC on the fallen of the United States Military. "Mr.
  • (Town Hall)
  • MSNBCs Chris Hayes sparked controversy and debate on Sunday when he said that he felt uncomfortable calling soldiers killed in action heroes because the term can be used to justify potentially unjust wars. He later apologized for the statement.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Auden and Larkin Each Wrote Powerful Lines About Love—and Were Later Ashamed of Them The First Genuinely Charming Public Marriage Proposal Workaholics Features Dumb Characters, Familiar Plots, and Inane Slang. It's Hilarious.
  • (Slate)
  • This story comes from the Yahoo! Contributor Network, where individuals publish their unique perspectives on some of the world's most popular websites. Its not a popular opinion, but the fact is people enlist for many reasons.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Chris Hayes, who host's MSNBC's weekend morning show, 'Up' has been left having to apologize for comments he made this Sunday about referring to fallen solders as "heroes." Hayes had been conducting an interview with Lt. Col.
  • (Newsoxy.com)
  • Right now Chris Hayes is receiving a river of shit because in a very heartfelt message, he said that he had trouble thinking of all fallen members of the military as heroes.
  • (DAILY KOS)
  • MSNBC host Chris Hayes apologized for remarks he made on his Memorial Day-themed TV program Sunday, in which he told viewers he felt "uncomfortable" calling fallen soldiers "heroes.
  • (Truthdig)
  • County Fair is a media blog featuring links to progressive media criticism from around the Web as well as original commentary, breaking news and rapid response updates to major media events from Media Matters senior fellows and other staff.
  • (Media Matters)

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post a Comment