Comedian and musician Lane Moore has released a song about her love for Rachel Maddow. Well, she’s released a song about hoping she can find someone to love who reminds her of Maddow at the very least. “Don’t care if you’re a girl or a guy; you could look a little like her,” Moore sings. “Just want to hear your political opinions and ride off into the night. Be my Rachel Maddow, be my Rachel Maddow…” The song even gets a little timely when Moore croons, “There’s so many things I would like to tell you but I can’t find the words. We could could spend the weekends with you, analyzing tax returns.” In case you don’t get it, just last Tuesday, Maddow made major headlines by teasing that she had gotten ahold of Donald Trump‘s tax returns ahead of her nightly broadcast. When viewers tuned in, continuing Continue reading "Comedian and Musician Releases Song Imploring Potential Suitors, ‘Be My Rachel Maddow’"
Over the past few months, Fox News has witnessed unprecedented movement in its on-air ranks. Tucker Carlson took the ball and ran (with his program outdrawing his predecessors), while Greta Van Susteren — and later Megyn Kelly — found greener pastures elsewhere (albeit for very different reasons). In the Roger Ailes era, major changes at the network were rare, leaving little real chance for movement. So, with this newfound opportunity gold rush at (or from) Fox, who is best poised to make the next meteoric rise? My cable news Ouija board is spelling out Eric Bolling. (Insert eye roll here.) Yes, the conservative pundit has been toiling in only somewhat prominent spots on the Fox farm for a long time, but Bolling’s extensive — and often controversial — track record put him in the perfect spot to become the new Fox News darling. Back in 2006, CNBC was Continue reading "My Pick For The Next Fox News Breakout Star"
More than four million people tuned in to watch Ms. Maddow unveil a portion of President Trump’s 2005 tax returns, in a tantalizingly slow manner.