MSNBC Confuses Not-So-Big Three With Al Qaeda

We wonder if the automakers wouldn't have such a hard time getting help, wouldn't be on the receiving end of an ultimatum » 11/21/08 6:20pm 11/21/08 6:20pm, if they weren't such when it comes to presenting their case. All that being said, sometimes we wonder if the media isn't making them seem worse than they are. For example, Chris Matthews attmepts…

More Proof The Big Three's Lobbying Efforts Kinda Blow

Robert Reich, America's shortest Secretary of Labor, was on Hardball » 11/12/08 2:50pm 11/12/08 2:50pm last night discussing the incoming Obama administration's economic package and plans to when he fumbled a question from Chris Matthews about the auto industry. The question? Name a domestic, fuel-efficient car you'd like to own. It's a sad state of…

MSNBC's "Bridge Tracker" Helps You Identify Dangerous Bridges; Hint: It's All Of Them

The MSNBC Bridge Tracker is a nifty interactive mapping tool that allows you to input an origin and destination, then see all the bridges along your chosen route, along with their engineering inspection reports. While some states have more elaborate data available than others, the system contains information on more… » 7/31/08 5:00pm 7/31/08 5:00pm

Brian Williams Launches Into Bizarre Racing Tangent After Obama's Speech

After Obama's victory speech last night you'd expect the pundits to discuss meaning, rhetoric and intent. Instead, NBC's Brian Williams launched into a discussion of short track racing in rural Montana. Ignore, if you can, that Brian Williams is apparently an aficionado of a form of racing that makes NASCAR look like… » 6/04/08 1:20pm 6/04/08 1:20pm