May 30, 2014 -- On his self-titled PBS show, Charlie Rose interviewed Susan Rice for an entire hour and never mentioned Benghazi, even though he and Rice came close to the topic several times.
May 25, 2014 -- On Disrupt with Karen Finney, MSNBC contributor Jimmy Williams used the Elliot Rodger shooting to rail against the NRA and warn viewers not to elect a Republican-controlled Senate in 2014.
May 21, 2014 -- On MSNBC's PoliticsNation, host Al Sharpton compared Republican-backed legislation to roaches that he tries to chase away every night on his show.
May 19, 2014 -- On PoliticsNation, Krystal Ball blasted the Republican Party for running on anger, fear, and hatred -- three emotions that MSNBC often appeals to in its daily programming.
May 18, 2014 -- On PBS's Moyers & Company, environmental activist David Suzuki said he wants politicians who don't believe in global warming to be thrown in jail. Bill Moyers, meanwhile, was only concerned that such a scheme would involve large amounts of arrests and necessitate funding for new prisons.
May 16, 2014 -- After the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee called Republican U.S. House candidate Lee Zeldin a "coward" and compared him to the Wizard of Oz's cowardly lion, the Iraq War veteran pushed back hard on Fox and Friends.
May 14, 2014 -- On MSNBC's PoliticsNation, Clarence Page of The Chicago Tribune dismissed the Benghazi scandal and questions about Hillary Clinton's brain health as akin to the "birther" conspiracy theory that President Obama was not born in the U.S.
May 14, 2014 -- On MSNBC's The Last Word, fill-in host Ari Melber ridiculed Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) for his skepticism of global warming.
May 13, 2014 -- MSNBC's Chris Hayes and his guest, Bob Herbert, said they think global warming "denialism" and opposition to gay marriage should disqualify a person from holding public office.
May 12, 2014 -- On MSNBC's The Last Word, New York Times sports columnist Bill Rhoden argued that Michael Sam's supporters must tolerate his opponents, but Jonathan Capehart pushed back, saying that tolerance should only be a one-way street.