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Rape Allegations: Media Hunts Bill Cosby, Celebrates Bill Clinton

Race is certainly part of it. The elite media is left-leaning and the political left is desperate to keep blacks "in their place," which of course means voting for Democrats. Cosby, Cain, and Thomas challenge and question that destructive cultural mindset. Therefore, all three are threats to Power. Therefore, all three must be marginalized and destroyed at all costs -- not just personally but also as a warning to others. Nov 15, 2014 7:30 AM PT

Lena Dunham, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler Sell Same Number of Books First Week

What are the odds that Tina Fey, Lena Dunham, and Amy Poehler would all sell the exact same number of books during their debut weeks? Math has never been by strong suit, but the number has to be astronomical. Nonetheless, both Poehler and Dunham sold 38,000 copies. Fey sold 37,000. Nov 15, 2014 5:45 AM PT

Washington Post Requests that GruberGate Be Investigated By … Fox News?

In a rather bizarre move Friday, the Washington Post published an appeal to Fox News to "Investigate Gruber's Remarks." The Post is referring to none other than Jonathan Gruber, one of the architects of ObamaCare, who's currently under fire for six(!) instances (so far) where the MIT professor's been caught on video bragging about the deceit Democrats and the Obama Administration used to pass the unpopular government program. Nov 14, 2014 2:24 PM PT

'St. Vincent' Review: Bill Murray's Curmudgeon Persona Finally Finds a Worthy Story

The thought of sitting through yet another Bill Murray Oscar-chase that has him playing an aging, misanthropic hipster was not a pleasant one. First time writer/director Theodore Melfi, however, manages to rise above that tired schtick with a story full of heart, no easy answers, and a deep understanding of the complicated beauty of the Catholic faith -- the theme that drives his story. Nov 14, 2014 11:43 AM PT

'Dumb and Dumber To' Review: Reheated Story, Too Few Laughs

"Dumb and Dumber" built laugh upon laugh; created a rolling laughter until you could hardly breathe. Jokes were set up long in advance that caught you off guard with brilliant pay-offs. You couldn't wait to see what happened next. The sequel cracks you up here and there, but never comes anywhere close to reproducing the comedic genius. Part of the problem is the story, which self-consciously tries too hard to reproduce the exact same story beats and situations as its predecessor. Nov 14, 2014 8:26 AM PT

Washington Post: Nancy Pelosi Lied About Not Knowing Jonathan Gruber

Although the mainstream media as a whole (with few exceptions) is covering up the damning video of ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber openly discussing all the lies and deceit surrounding passage of President Obama's signature domestic achievement, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi forced the Washington Post's hand on the matter Thursday when she was caught lying about not knowing Gruber. Nov 13, 2014 10:27 AM PT

Bundled Cable Deathwatch: Big Money Downgrades, Sony Launches Web TV

As preciously corrupt and profitable as bundled cable and satellite is, ignoring the future, which is all about streaming video on demand (SVOD) is not the answer, and the Big Boys know it. Financial analysts see a "structural TV decline" and as a result are downgrading stocks to the most vulnerable cable television content providers. Meanwhile, Sony is prepping a launch of a Web TV service that will include 75 networks. Nov 13, 2014 8:57 AM PT

Media Stands By Serial Plagiarist Fareed Zakaria Despite Wave of New Charges

This week, The Washington Post was forced to go back and correct 5 columns they found "problematic in their absence of full attribution” to the writers Zakaria stole from. And the Post isn’t done. A full investigation is underway and already Fred Hiatt, The Post’s editorial page editor, has said," [W]e probably will attach messages to the archived editions of the five original columns." Nov 13, 2014 6:43 AM PT

NBC News Temporarily Replaces Ebola Quarantine-Violating Nancy Snyderman

The real news here is that even though she selfishly and recklessly violated her Ebola quarantine and maybe even her Hippocratic Oath (for a soup run at a nearby restaurant), NBC News might still bring Dr. Nancy Snyderman back on the air as Chief Medical Correspondent. In the meantime, NBC appears to be trying out a possible replacement. Nov 12, 2014 1:23 PM PT

Oscar-Nominated Documentarian Exposes Child Sex Abuse In Hollywood

In 2007 documentary filmmaker Amy Berg was nominated for an Oscar for "Deliver Us from Evil," a documentary examining the notorious child sex abuse scandal within the Catholic Church. Her latest documentary, "An Open Secret," will look at the sexual abuse of children in Hollywood. Nov 12, 2014 11:00 AM PT

Springsteen Politicizes Veterans' Concert with Anti-Troop Song

Left-wing millionaire and rock-n-roll welfare queen Bruce Springsteen was unable to keep his ego in check during Tuesday night's "Concert for Valor," which took place on the National Mall in Washington DC in honor of America's veterans. Rather than simply entertaining and paying tribute to America's heroes, the Boss injected his own politics into the night with a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son." Nov 12, 2014 8:05 AM PT

Gallup: GOP Congress More Popular Than Obama

As things stand today, Republicans in Congress enjoy a 42% approval rating. Obama, on the other hand, sits at a 39% approval rating. His disapproval rating sits at a whopping 56%. When asked by Gallup who should have more influence over the direction of the country, a majority of Americans chose Republicans in Congress over Obama by a whopping 56-36% margin. Nov 12, 2014 6:38 AM PT

Gallup: Dem Approval Plunges to Record Low

The Gallup poll has finally caught up with the results of last week's historic midterms that saw national Republicans make gains unseen since the 1930's. Approval for Congressional Democrats has dived to a record low (for this poll) of 36%, and for the first time in 3 years, the public has a higher opinion of congressional Republicans than their Democrat counterparts. Nov 12, 2014 5:55 AM PT

Bundled Cable Deathwatch: Ratings Plunge, Darwin Looms

According to a Variety report released this week on the plunge in the number cable television viewers, millions of Americans are going through what I call The Process. You don't just cut your cable or satellite television cord all at once. There's a process involved where your viewing habits slowly migrate away from cable and towards alternative outlets like Netflix and Amazon Streaming. Nov 8, 2014 8:14 AM PT

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