Fox News Slaughters CNN, MSNBC; Hits Historic Ratings Milestone

For the third quarter of 2014, Fox News not only humiliated its leftwing cable news counterparts at CNN and MSNBC during the all-important primetime hours, Fox News also beat all of cable -- all hundred or so cable channels, including perennial winners ESPN and USA. THR rightly describes this as a "historic cable ratings victory."
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Fox News Slaughters CNN, MSNBC; Hits Historic Ratings Milestone

For the third quarter of 2014, Fox News not only humiliated its leftwing cable news counterparts at CNN and MSNBC during the all-important primetime hours, Fox News also beat all of cable -- all hundred or so cable channels, including perennial winners ESPN and USA. THR rightly describes this as a "historic cable ratings victory." 30 Sep 2014, 10:43 AM PDT

Mainstream Media Continues to Call Oklahoma Beheading 'Workplace Violence'

Another seemingly brazen act of terror, this time in America's heartland, has authorities looking closely at the background of the man accused of beheading a coworker. Witnesses say that the man had recently attempted to convert others in the warehouse to Islam, and had screamed Islamic phrases as he committed the gruesome crime. 30 Sep 2014, 10:05 AM PDT

Washington Post Stealth Edits Out Gender of Female Secret Service Agent

The Daily Caller's Derek Hunter caught yet another stealth edit at the Washington Post, a publication notorious for secretly rewriting its news pages without any sort of editorial note. In this case, the Washington Post changed its mind about letting its readers know the gender of a Secret Service agent. The story is in reference to the new and very troubling revelations surrounding the armed White House intruder. 30 Sep 2014, 9:50 AM PDT

Newsweek Adds Plagiarism Warning to Fareed Zakaria Articles

A wave of unearthed plagiarism charges against Fareed Zakaria at Our Bad Media has resulted in Newsweek adding a plagiarism warning to every one of the CNN anchor's previous columns and articles. According to Politico, Zakaria worked for Newsweek as a columnist and editor for 14 years, between 1996 and 2010. 30 Sep 2014, 8:30 AM PDT

WSJ: 'Peak Oil' Doomsday Predictions Proven False Thanks to Fracking

For years, geologists, oil men, and environmentalists have warned that the amount of oil humanity can pull out of the ground can only decrease from what we are getting now—a concept called "peak oil." But despite warnings that "peak oil" is right around the corner, it has never come to pass. A new piece at The Wall Street Journal tells us why. 29 Sep 2014

Gut Check: Panic Buttons

Fear sells more than fact. As one top doctor told me, all hospitals are obliged to test an incoming patient, to eliminate wrong diagnosis. They’d be idiots not to that. So testing someone for something is no story, since so many symptoms are similar, and you are more likely to die from something that ISN’T Ebola. (Look at the stats on diarrhea: each year it kills 760,000 children under five. Scary, but not nearly as headline-grabbing as Ebola). Newscasters love saying Ebola is exploding, and then they lower their panic when explaining that, yes, it’s not a threat to us (yet). 29 Sep 2014

MSNBC: Best Demo Night In Two Weeks Is 'Lockup' Marathon

Two weeks ago Variety's Peter Bart tried to sound the alarm with an open letter to MSNBC chief Phil Griffin. Since then the network's ratings have sunk even more; to a point where its best primetime showing in the all important 25-54 age demo occurred during a marathon of the reality series "Lockup" on Saturday, September 13th. 29 Sep 2014

**UPDATE** CNN Clears CNN's Fareed Zakaria of Plagiarizing on CNN

As you watch this video, keep this in mind: When dozens of examples of Fareed Zakaria are unearthed that show him serially stealing the work of others, this is how the elite media handles it... Ignore, and then have have Zakaria's own co-worker on Zakaria's own network clear him of the charges. 29 Sep 2014

25-Year-Old NYU Journalism Student: What's an Editorial?

Racially-obsessed Daisy Hernández published an 8,000-word excerpt of her racially-obsessed memoir in the racially-obsessed Salon. In the excerpt, Hernández admits that at age 25, while taking graduate-level journalism classes at no less than New York University, she had absolutely no idea what a newspaper editorial was. 29 Sep 2014

Chuck Todd: The Breitbart News Interview - Part 2

In the second and final part of our interview with "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd (Part One is here), we talk at length about the media's indifference to the IRS scandal, touch on the ongoing Fareed Zakaria plagiarism scandal, and ask outright why a division of Todd's own network, the openly leftwing MSNBC, should be allowed to spend unlimited corporate money to advance its agenda but not the left's favorite target, the "dreaded" Koch brothers. Before it was over, Todd was quoting "Jurassic Park" and I was using the word "fascism." 26 Sep 2014

Fox News Responds to Breitbart News' Chuck Todd Interview

In an interview with Breitbart News Editor-at-Large John Nolte, new Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd took what some interpreted as a dig at Fox News chief Roger Ailes, telling Nolte "there are some practitioners in the media that view things as a campaign" and "it doesn’t help when any former political operative is involved as a news executive in any form" because "it's all winning and losing." 26 Sep 2014

Chuck Todd: The Breitbart News Interview - Part 1

"This is a step in the rehabilitation of my business." That's how the 12th moderator of NBC's "Meet the Press" opened a wide-ranging phone interview with Breitbart News this week. Chuck Todd was here to "Talk to the critics. Talk to the skeptics." There were no preconditions on time or topics in what quickly turned into a spirited but friendly and frank discussion/debate on where Todd intends to take "Meet the Press," his plan to win back conservative viewers like myself, and the mainstream media's bias against conservatives (Todd admits it exists). 25 Sep 2014

Still More Plagiarism Charges Leveled at CNN's Fareed Zakaria

Our Bad Media, a site staffed with two anonymous writers who have dug up countless instances of what they (and journalism ethics experts) say are outright acts of plagiarism committed by CNN's Fareed Zakaria, have found yet another. According to @blippoblappo and @crushingbort, this one occurred in a 1998 Slate column. 25 Sep 2014

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