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Al Jazeera America Staffers Rattled By Layoffs, Catastrophic Ratings

A year after the launch of the cable news network Al Jazeera America, layoffs, rumors of more layoffs, and catastrophic ratings have staffers rattled. Writing for Columbia Journalism Review, Dean Starkman reports on the struggles of the Qatar-based cable news network but misses one vital point. Aug 20, 2014 12:41 PM PT

Ferguson: New York Times Buries News of Officer Wilson's Injury

The New York Times has big news on the biggest story in the country today but as Noah Rothman at Hot Air discovered, the Times buried that news 26 paragraphs deep. According to the Times' own police sources, "witnesses and forensic analysis have shown that Officer Wilson did sustain an injury during the struggle in the car." Aug 20, 2014 9:31 AM PT

Taylor Swift's New Music Video Attacked as Racist

Taylor Swift's new music video, "Shake It Off," is being attacked as racist. While it's obvious to anyone without a chip on their shoulder that throughout the video Swift is paying goofy tribute to iconic music videos over the decades (Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears included), that doesn't matter to a number of America's racial grifters who would no doubt complain if Swift had excluded hip hop. Aug 20, 2014 6:51 AM PT

Bush in 2006: Withdrawal Would Turn Iraq into Terrorist State

During a speech in August of 2006, the Associated Press reports that then-President George W. Bush warned of what now sounds like a premonition of what would happen in Iraq should the U.S. prematurely withdraw our troops. Aug 20, 2014 5:42 AM PT

Missing American Journalist James Foley Reportedly Beheaded By ISIS

More than a year ago, James Foley, an American photojournalist was reported missing in Syria. Numerous reports claimed he had been kidnapped by unidentified gunmen. A new video has surfaced that appears to show Foley being beheaded alive by ISIS. Aug 19, 2014 2:43 PM PT

Ferguson's Outside Agitators Includes Those From California

"As another night of peaceful protests over the police killing of an unarmed black man devolved into confrontation and confusion, the Missouri State Highway Patrol officer in charge of law enforcement in this St. Louis suburb said 31 people had been arrested as of 2 a.m. Tuesday, some from as far away as California and New York." Aug 19, 2014 2:07 PM PT

Fareed Zakaria Faces New Plagiarism Accusations

The two anonymous plagiarism cops at Our Bad Media, whose reporting resulted in the firing of BuzzFeed's Benny Johnson last month, have published a new list of plagiarism charges, this time aimed at Fareed Zakaria and three news outlets that publish his work: CNN, Time Magazine, and The Washington Post. Aug 19, 2014 12:10 PM PT

Damned If They Do?: Tapper Rips Ferguson Police For Heavy Presence

During what the Huffington Post called "an impassioned monologue," CNN's Jake Tapper blasted the Ferguson police for a show of force during a protest Monday night. On one side of a downtown street flanked by businesses, the camera reveals a large group of protesters. A block or two away, on the other side of street, sat a line of armed and uniformed police officers carrying shields, batons, and semi-automatic weapons. Aug 19, 2014 10:54 AM PT

Ferguson: Obama's a Deer In the Headlights - And That's a Good Thing

Obama's clueless divisiveness is now a political liability. 'Looks like my son" and "acted stupidly" have become punchlines -- an easy shorthand to mock a highly partisan president who is in way over his head. The result is that in the wake of society unraveling in Ferguson, The OceanHealer looks unsure, uncomfortable, a little frightened, and incapable of being decisive. That's a good thing. With this president, that's when he's the least dangerous. Aug 19, 2014 8:33 AM PT

David Axelrod: 'Perry Indictment Looks Pretty Sketchy'

Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry was indicted by a grand jury Friday for using his budget powers to force the removal of a District Attorney arrested last year in a humiliating and very public drunk driving incident. Saturday morning, however, Perry finds himself with the unlikeliest of defenders. Using his Twitter account, David Axelrod, a senior aide and confidante to President Obama, wrote: "Unless he was demonstrably trying to scrap the ethics unit for other than his stated reason, Perry indictment seems pretty sketchy." Aug 16, 2014 7:03 AM PT

Box Office: 'Expendables,' 'Let's Be Cops, 'Giver' Open Soft

Three newcomers failed to do much at this weekend's box office. "Expendables 3," "Let's Be Cops," and "The Giver" all failed to crack $20 million or jump ahead of their older competition. In week two, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" held on to first place again. Another $26 million will bring its total to $125 million. The reboot is a bona fide hit and naturally a sequel is already in the works. Aug 16, 2014 6:21 AM PT

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