Palin Assault Audio: CNN's Costello Releases Apology - Won't Repeat On Air

A statement from Carol Costello was sent to Breitbart News from CNN in which the morning anchor apologizes for telling viewers to "enjoy" audio of Bristol Palin reporting a physical assault to the police. "Over the past few days I have been roundly criticized for joking about a brawl involving the Palin family," Costello writes. "In retrospect, I deserve such criticism and would like to apologize."
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NPR Whitewashes Iran in Weekend Tourism Segment

On the October 12 broadcast of National Public Radio's Weekend Edition, host Ari Shapiro discussed Iran's appeal as a tourist destination with Iranian-born, U.K.-based writer Kamin Mohammadi. While Mohammadi is no regime puppet--she was vocal in her opposition to the 2009 crackdown--her Twitter feed is lately full of anti-Israel rhetoric and government retweets, and she did her best to put an absurdly positive spin on Iran for NPR. 12 Oct 2014

CNN Under Fire Over Treatment of Black Employees

While CNN is publicly becoming more and more infamous for its on-air race baiting based on nothing more than unfounded speculation and a cynical political agenda, behind the scenes the leftwing cable news network is under fire for its treatment of black employees. 10 Oct 2014

CNN's Jay Carney Was White House Spokesman During Alleged Prostitution Cover Up

At the time, during President Obama's 2012 reelection campaign, former White House Press Secretary and current CNN employee Jay Carney, repeatedly told the White House Press Corps that no one in the administration was involved in or was being investigated for a Colombian prostitution scandal that ripped through the Secret Service. The Washington Post now says that wasn't true. 9 Oct 2014

Ari Fleischer Blasts CNN for Ignoring White House Hooker Scandal

Former White House press secretary for George W. Bush, Ari Fleischer, took to Twitter to blast his former-employers at CNN for ignoring a Washington Post front page story that details the White House's election year cover up of a prostitution scandal. The latest apparent lie from the Obama White House involves both the Secret Service and a member of President Obama's own advance team enjoying hookers in Columbia. 9 Oct 2014

Iowa Senate Candidates Tell George Stephanopoulos to Stay Home

That fact that North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis agreed to have George Stephanopolous moderate his most recent debate with Kay Hagan (and Norah O'Donnell from CBS moderate the first), makes me question his judgment. In Iowa, however, both the Republican and Democrat Senate candidates wisely told ABC's George Stephanopoulos to stay home. 9 Oct 2014

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