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Narrative Fail: Media Forced to Acknowledge Obamacare Failures on Shutdown Day

On Tuesday evening, left-wing Politico ran a headline story encapsulating the theme of the day: “Government closed, Obamacare falters.” That message marked a massive loss for the Obama administration, which has claimed that Obamacare’s implementation could not be delayed, and used that rationale as an excuse to reject the House’s proposal for a one-year delay in favor of a government shutdown. Oct 1, 2013 6:17 PM PT

Netanyahu Alters Reagan Formula on Iran: 'Distrust, Dismantle, and Verify'

Speaking at the United Nations on the subject of Iranian nuclear ambitions, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu altered Ronald Reagan’s famous statement on Soviet militarism, “trust but verify.” Instead, Netanyahu said, the world should “distrust, dismantle, and verify.” Oct 1, 2013 11:32 AM PT

WWII Vets Storm WWII Memorial Site, Ignoring Government Shutdown

On Tuesday, the federal government closed down the World War II Memorial after a government shutdown went into effect. That did not stop an Honor Flight of World War II veterans from moving barriers to the memorial to visit anyway. Oct 1, 2013 9:43 AM PT

Google Features Yosemite Birthday Graphic as Park Shuts Down

Tuesday marked the 123rd birthday of Yosemite National Park, prompting Google to feature a graphic of the park – and, not coincidentally, to remind Americans that Yosemite is closed thanks to the government shutdown. Oct 1, 2013 9:32 AM PT

Surrender: NBC, CNN Cancel Hillary Miniseries, Documentary

On Monday, in a total surrender to the Republican National Committee, both CNN and NBC pulled their planned Hillary Clinton propaganda flicks. First, CNN announced that it would be cancelling its Clinton infomercial documentary to be produced by Hillary ally Charles Ferguson; now, NBC has declared that it will dump its planned Diane Lane vehicle about the former First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State. Sep 30, 2013 2:33 PM PT

Hundreds of CA Farm Workers Walk Off Job to Protest Union Grab

In Fresno County, California, some hundreds of workers have walked away from their jobs at Gerawan Farming in protest at the United Farm Workers, a union that the workers have been forced to join by the state of California. Sep 30, 2013 2:08 PM PT

EXCLUSIVE–Fired Religious Fox Sports Broadcaster: 'I'm Going to See Justice Through'

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, former Fox Sports broadcaster Craig James, who was allegedly fired for his religious perspective on same-sex marriage, spoke out, telling Breitbart News that he would not stop fighting until he got answers from Fox Sports about their alleged discrimination. “If Fox Sports has learned anything from me, it’s that I’m not going to take a punch to the face and give up,” James said. “I’m going to see justice through on this.” Sep 30, 2013 1:48 PM PT

Biden: 'One Senator Is Running The Show In The Republican Party'

On Sunday, the Democratic National Committee sent out an email from Vice President Joe Biden, asking “Do you understand this?” In the email, Biden expressed consternation that “One senator is running the show in the Republican Party right now. He's not my senator. And he's not your senator. But for some reason I can't understand, the Republican Party is letting Ted Cruz lead their charge against Obamacare -- a law that they're still fighting tooth and nail, despite the fact that every branch of the federal government has approved it, and despite the fact that we're seeing real signs that it's starting to work.” Sep 29, 2013 8:54 AM PT

'Objective' Media Celebrated Wendy Davis, Slam Cruz

As the media struggle to come up with an effective counter for Senator Ted Cruz’s 22-hour quasi-filibuster against Obamacare, they have turned more and more to outright mockery. That mockery comes in marked contrast to their worshipful attitude toward Texas state senator Wendy Davis’ filibuster of a Texas pro-life bill that banned abortion after 20 weeks. Davis’ filibuster brought near-orgasmic attention from the mainstream press. Sep 25, 2013 12:11 PM PT

McCain Bashes Cruz: 'All of Us Should Respect the Outcome of Elections'

On Wednesday afternoon, after Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) finished his quasi-filibuster on the floor of the Senate over his efforts to defund Obamacare, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) rose to rip Cruz. In the process, he proclaimed that Obamacare had been passed through fair process, and said that Republicans had to accept that “elections have consequences.” Sep 25, 2013 11:44 AM PT

EXCLUSIVE -- Broadcaster Fired for Opposing Same-Sex Marriage Blasts Fox Sports for Religious Discrimination

In exclusive comment to Breitbart News, former ESPN and CBS broadcaster and former Southern Methodist University and NFL star tailback criticized former employer Fox Sports Southwest for its firing of him two weeks ago over his public stance on same-sex marriage. “I was shocked that my personal religious beliefs were not only the reason for Fox Sports firing me but I was completely floored when I read stories quoting Fox Sports representatives essentially saying that people of faith are banned from working at Fox Sports,” James told Breitbart News. “That is not right and surely someone made a terrible mistake.” Sep 23, 2013 7:15 PM PT

Daniels Wins Emmy for Anti-American Diatribe on 'Newsroom'

Sunday night’s Emmy Awards contained a few major shockers. But none was bigger than Jeff Daniels winning Best Actor for his performance in Aaron Sorkin’s Newsroom over Kevin Spacey in House of Cards (Netflix), Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad (AMC), Jon Hamm in Mad Men (AMC), Hugh Bonneville in Downton Abbey (BBC), and Damian Lewis in Homeland (Showtime), all better shows with better leads. The win prompted groans of consternation even from the most liberal outlets. Sep 23, 2013 3:22 PM PT

Obama on Putin: 'This Is Not The Cold War...I Can Talk to Him'

Despite his past disdain for Russian quasi-dictator Vladimir Putin, President Obama now says he trusts the Russian president when it comes to negotiating a deal with Syria. “Mr. Putin and I have strong disagreements on a whole range of issues,” Obama stated. “But I can talk to him. We have worked together on important issues…This is not the Cold War. This is not a contest between the United States and Russia.” Sep 15, 2013 9:22 AM PT


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