Here Are The Five Things You Missed On Cable TV Last Night

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Last night’s cable TV highlights…because we’re all busy.

  • Chris Matthews wants Pat Buchanan to defend Sarah Palin’s ‘womanhood and greatness.’
  • Rachel Maddow says the Pentagon report “unequivocally ends” DADT, and then slams some GOP-ers.
  • Colbert notes the similarity between Wikileaks and Jesus…as only he can.
  • Bill O’Reilly investigate whether…Muslims are trying to impose Sharia law in Oklahoma.
  • The hills (and the Von Trapp children) are still alive on Joy Behar.

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Chris Matthews looks to Pat Buchanan to defend the 'womanhood and greatness' Of Sarah Palin

Leave the woman alone! 'For Heaven's sake, we don't want another Goldwater-Rockefeller battle where we tear the party apart before we get to the convention.' That said, Pat Buchanan is not yet convinced she has the depth.

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Rachel Maddow says Pentagon report effectively ends DADT

Rachel Maddow, long a harsh advocate for DADT, celebrates yesterday's Pentagon study release -- 'harassment and discrimination are not OK' -- before excoriating all the GOP members who oppose the repeal of it.

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Stephen Colbert reflects on the holiday news story phenom

Who could forget the Christmas break when Jesus was born.

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Bill O'Reilly investigates whether Muslims are trying to impose sharia law in Oklahoma

This is a favourite topic (and sadly, a real fear) among certain slices of the far right.

The 'Sound Of Music' cast on Joy, really

The hills are still alive.

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