Chris Hayes and the need to 'marshal' facts


Chris Hayes' comments on the military and the use of the word hero prompted a formidable wave of criticism his way, though not all of it necessarily related to what he actually said. On Today this morning, Matt Lauer's current

By Tim Graham | May 29, 2012 | 14:49 It's only natural that the leftists at the Daily Kos would whole-heartedly agree with the sentiment of MSNBC weekend host Chris Hayes that our military men and women aren't "heroes." In a piece headlined "Stand Up

MSNBC's Chris Hayes sparked controversy and debate on Sunday when he said that he felt "uncomfortable" calling soldiers killed in action "heroes" because the term can be used to justify potentially unjust wars. He later

MSNBC's Chris Hayes sparked controversy and debate on Sunday when he said that he felt "uncomfortable" calling soldiers killed in action "heroes" because the term can be used to justify potentially unjust wars. He later

Poor Chris Hayes, he forgot the script. The script says that if you're hosting a television show on Memorial Day, you talk about whatever you'd normally talk about and then tack on a photo montage at the end, accompanied by somber music.

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