March 11th, 2012
01:10 PM ET

Limbaugh's Apology War

Michael Medved, Stephanie Miller and Howard Kurtz on why Rush Limbaugh's apology for his controversial comments hasn't stemmed the media's coverage.

Filed under: Reliable Sources • Rush Limbaugh • Sexism
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  1. Nabila

    It's all about Fox News. MSNBC in their rump cable status hopes to claim some sort of nourjalistic high ground by making this move while Fox does nothing to rein in their partisanship. I am with you guys, though, in that Olby was the face of the franchise for the wing-nut set on the left.

    April 7, 2012 at 12:10 am | Reply
  2. Jane

    Love how the liberals keep trying to excuse and justify the vile comments of liberal men such as Bill Mahrer, Ed Schultz, David Letterman (recall how he said Sarah Palin had a "slutty" wardrobe), etc.
    All this while crucifying Rush. Have we ever seen similar media coverage of the remarks of these misogynous liberal men as we have seen in the media this last week over Rush?

    March 11, 2012 at 10:29 pm | Reply
  3. Scott

    Howard, would it have killed you to tell Stephanie to put a sock in it and stop interrupting Micheal so much? It never ceases to amaze me how rude lefty talkers are. Furthermore, her down-playing all the hate speech from Bill Maher justs highlights her hypocrisy that much more. And maybe next week you could go into further depth just how disgraceful it is for the Dems to be accepting $1 million from that peddler of raw sewage.

    March 11, 2012 at 8:32 pm | Reply
  4. Joe Smoe

    You have got to be kidding me. Stephanie Miller, a dyke whose show commanly refers to people as "Duoche Nozzle" "Scum Bags" ect. Her Bone Smoking producer called Palin a "Whore".

    This whole situation is a complete joke.

    March 11, 2012 at 4:26 pm | Reply
  5. Laurence Glavin

    I get tired of Michael Medved's "holier-than-thou" palaver; people should know that he DOES NOT have a talk show that's competitive with other talk shows. He has a sugar-daddy in Salem Communications that keeps its lineup of far right-wingers on its stations no matter how low the ratings are. It makes up for lost revenue on its talk stations by running "religious" preaching stations that charge clergymen and women money to air their programs. They also scoop up cash from other stations that play "Christian" so-called "music"...plus some income from other media like the internet and billboards. Some of this revenue props up bozos like Medved and Hewitt, and Gamblin' Bill Bennet, et al.

    March 11, 2012 at 3:34 pm | Reply

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