MSNBC's Chris Hayes' sorry pre-Memorial Day attack on military is no surprise


Over the weekend, the MSNBC host said that he felt 'uncomfortable' calling dead US soldiers 'heroes.'

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 Meenal Vamburkar | 12:01 am, May 30th, 2012 On his show Tuesday night, Sean Hannity took note of Chris Hayes' controversial comment over the weekend, in which he said he was “uncomfortable” calling those in the military “heroes” (he later

by Meenal Vamburkar | 12:01 am, May 30th, 2012 On his show Tuesday night, Sean Hannity took note of Chris Hayes' controversial comment over the weekend, in which he said he was “uncomfortable” calling those in the military “heroes” (he later

I haven't fully weighed in on Chris Hayes' segment from Sunday about the use of concepts like heroism and valor when discussing the US military, and I'm not sure I have to. Conor Friedersdorf, a conservative, says most of

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