On Wednesday, MSNBC's Al Sharpton scoffed at the latest allegations that the White House is trying to cook the books on ObamaCare numbers by changing the Census questions.

MSNBC's Chris Hayes celebrated Tax Day by standing up for the IRS as the "cornerstone" of the federal government and lambasting Republicans for trying to gut the agency.



MSNBC's Chris Hayes celebrated Tax Day by standing up for the IRS as the "cornerstone" of the federal government and lambasting Republicans for trying to gut the agency.

The head of the DCCC, Rep. Steve Israel, remarked on Sunday that some of his GOP colleagues as well as a "significant extent" of the GOP base are racist, yet despite the NRCC's condemnation none of the networks picked it up on Monday evening.

CNN touted Obama's "victory lap" because of "new ObamaCare enrollment numbers" without fact-checking to see if his optimism is warranted.

CBS went beyond the White House's "rosy portrait" and found that the insurance industry is quite concerned about enrollment.

Instead of treating Hillary Clinton as a possible presidential candidate who must be vetted, NBC framed her as a sympathetic victim of a "brutal" and personal attack.

Chris Matthews accused the GOP of voter suppression and concluded that "the party of Lincoln" is becoming "the party of Jefferson Davis."

Michael Moore passionately defended Osama bin Laden's right to a trial by jury Thursday night on CNN's Piers Morgan.

MSNBC's Chris Matthews closed out Thursday's edition of "Hardball" by voicing the questions he would ask if he was moderator of Thursday evening's GOP presidential debate.

On Wednesday's The View, ABC's Barbara Walters slobbered over President Obama's "courage and the guts and the coolness" in the mission to take out Osama bin Laden.