Media Frenzies Over Unsourced Gossip Post to Trash Palin Family

You probably haven't heard that the story of the Palin family's drunken brawl began with a local gossip columnist, Amanda Coyne, a Palin hater, who admitted when she first "broke" the story on September 9 that "the details were a little sketchy" and on September 11 that "I have little time to track down the details of the brawl. And even if I did, I’d probably pass.” Despite this, on September 12, Coyne was awarded a byline in no less than the New York Times to retread her gossip: "Palins Said to Be Involved in Brawl at Party in Alaska."
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State Dept. Spox Attacks Bill O'Reilly: No 'Intelligence or Class'

The Obama Administration might not have a clear message or strategy in dealing with ISIS, but when it comes to attacking Fox News, there's never any mealy-mouthing or doublespeak. The White House is always on message. The latest example is State Department Spokeswoman Marie Harf, who used her Twitter account to rip Bill O'Reilly for lacking in "intelligence and class." 4 Sep 2014

USA Today Axes Dozens; Marched Out, Email Cut

Up to 70 veteran USA Today journalists, editors, and others were laid off Wednesday, and reports claim that the newly unemployed were "marched out by security" and within 15 minutes had their email accounts shut off. 4 Sep 2014

Of Airline Seats and Lefty Journalists Who Seek Control Over Others

In a terrific column at Real Clear Politics, pollster Scott Rasmussen highlights what he calls the "gap between the nation’s political elites and the rest of the nation" when it comes to desiring control over others. At the New York Times, left-wing Josh Barro accidentally did the same by declaring his mission statement on the issue of reclining airline seats. 3 Sep 2014

Sotloff Family Furious with White House… and The NYT Buried It

The family of Steven Sotloff, the latest American journalist beheaded by ISIS, is reportedly "outraged" at the Obama administration for "deliberate leaks" they interpret as "an attempt to absolve the administration of inaction." This reporting comes Wednesday from no less a source than the New York Times, which chose to bury the news under more than two dozen paragraphs. 3 Sep 2014

WaPo: White House Earns 4 Pinocchios For ISIS 'JV' Rewrite

In a terrible betrayal of his very name, Earnest attempted to spin The Smartest President In The History Of America out of the "JV" ditch with a whopper that claimed "the president was not singling out ISIL [Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, another name for the group], he was talking about the very different threat that is posed by a range of extremists around the globe." That would be a great answer … if it were anything close to the truth. 3 Sep 2014

Breitbart's Sonnie Johnson 'Changes the Game'

There is no rap song that glorifies living off welfare, and accepting what is handed to you. There is no rap song that celebrates limiting yourself by the color of your skin. Hip Hop is about hustle, wealth building, entrepreneurship, property ownership, multiple lines of revenue, and financial independence. It is Capitalism and that is the conservative platform. We don't have to convince them what they already know. We just have to show them we understand and there is a place for them at our table. 2 Sep 2014

Verge Reporter Asks @ISIS For Interview

Adrianne Jeffries, a reporter for The Verge, sent out a tweet to @ISIS Tuesday requesting an interview. "@ISIS Hi, I'm a reporter for @verge. I'd like to interview you. Email me…" Twitchy reports that she deleted the tweet after her request was mocked. 2 Sep 2014

Muslim Cleric Makes 9/11 Joke During CNN Soundcheck

Brian Stelter, host of CNN's "Reliable Sources," invited radical Muslim cleric Anjam Choudary on for a chat. After arrogantly puffing himself up as someone who would generate more light than heat than Sean Hannity (who had a heated discussion with Choudary last week), Stelter proceeded to interrupt and talk over the Shariah-promoting cleric. 2 Sep 2014

NYT: Yeah, the New AP U.S. History Curriculum Is Biased. So What?

The New York Times editorial board has taken on Stanley Kurtz and other critics of the new AP U.S. History curriculum, alleging that they would rather cling to a "comfortable" version of events rather than one that is "more complex, unsettling, provocative and compelling." Curiously, the Times hardly bothers to contest the criticism that the new curriculum is too left-wing. If so, so much the better, the Times editorial writers suggest. 2 Sep 2014

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