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'Kansas City Bomber' (1972) Review: Interesting World, Sexy Raquel, Weak Story

You might find this hard to believe, but forty years ago, teams of hot women on roller skates brutalizing one another at top speed on an oval track was a pretty popular sport in America. Capitalizing on the short-lived phenom was director Jerrold Freeman's "Kansas City Bomber" (1972), a character study of K.C. Karr (Raquel Welch), one of the stars of the bizarre and violent subculture of roller derby. Aug 7, 2013 1:47 PM PT

Walmart Mocks 'Nation' Over Low-Wages Paid to Interns

"In an ironic twist, ProPublica recently reported that starting this fall, “interns at the Nation Institute will be paid minimum wage for the first time in the history of the 30-year-old program.” As ProPublica noted, The Nation has been paying its full-time interns a weekly stipend of $150 per week—less than the current federal minimum wage rate of $7.25 per hour." Aug 7, 2013 11:57 AM PT

Unfortunate Collateral Damage In RNC-CNN War: Jake Tapper

Overall, the Republican National Committee's decision not to partner with CNN or NBC for a single one of the 2016 GOP presidential primary debates is very good news. Unless, of course, you are a Democrat counting on a repeat of 2012 where both networks used the debates to the benefit of Barack Obama and Democrats. Aug 7, 2013 11:04 AM PT

Media Matters Sides With RNC to Protect Left-Wing CNN, NBC

In letters sent to both networks, MMfA founder David Brock tried to make it sound as though his opposition is based on journalistic integrity. But a look in-between the lines reveals Brock's real motivation, which is to protect the brands of the left-wing CNN and NBC for the coming battle to put Hillary Clinton in the White House. Aug 7, 2013 10:04 AM PT

Exploitation of Minority and Poor Students Ensured Value of Washington Post

Everything would run smoothly for a decade. The Post newspaper lost millions, Kaplan generated more than enough to cover those losses. That is, until the negative publicity surrounding a government crackdown on predatory recruitment practices plummeted Kaplan's fortunes -- and along with it, the fortunes of the Washington Post. Aug 7, 2013 9:23 AM PT

Voter ID: Are 72% of Huffington Post Readers Racist?

Like much of the rest of the mainstream media, when it comes to discussing the issue of voter ID, here is what the Huffington Post's Knafo and Reilly choose not to disclose: A full 72% of DEMOCRATS see voter ID as "good thing." Aug 6, 2013 10:51 AM PT

Al Qaeda Scoops American Media on Fact They Are Not Decimated

It is all well and good that Chuck Todd, the Washington Post and others in media are now waking up to the fact that Obama was either exaggerating about having al Qaeda "on the run," or was simply oblivious to their franchising efforts. But now that it is America "on the run" through throughout the Middle East and North Africa, Americans don't really need the media to report what is glaringly obvious. Aug 6, 2013 8:40 AM PT

RNC Chair: Hillary Projects Last Straw Against NBC, CNN

Priebus: "I'm not going to sit around and watch this happen anymore. A couple of years ago we had a 23-debate traveling circus, and I think it's about time we cut out those people that are actually spending time and money promoting our opponents." Aug 6, 2013 7:06 AM PT

Fire Sale: Washington Post Lost 87% of Value In Ten Years

Buried in the Post's own reporting of its sale is the news that ten years ago the Post would have sold for $2 billion with a -B-. That represents an 87% loss in just a decade. You figure in ten years of inflation and we are probably over 90%. Aug 6, 2013 5:47 AM PT

'Financial Challenges Prompted' Washington Post to Sell

In its surprise announcement Monday, the Washington Post Co. agreed to sell its ts flagship newspaper to Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com. The release written by Paul Farhi disclosed that the paper's recent financial troubles "prompted" the board to look for a buyer. Aug 5, 2013 1:55 PM PT

CNN: 'Disservice to Voters' for RNC Not to Have Us Host Debates

CNN released a statement in response to the Republican National Committee's (RNC) ultimatum. In a letter to both NBC and CNN, RNC Chair Reince Priebus said that the Party will not allow either network to host primary debates if they go ahead with planned projects surrounding Hillary Clinton. In its statement, CNN said they will not cancel the planned documentary and that it would be a "disservice to voters" for the RNC not to partner with them for the debates. Aug 5, 2013 1:28 PM PT

NBC News Responds to RNC: We Aren't Involved In Hillary Movie

In an exclusive to Breitbart News, Monday morning, the Republican National Committee (RNC) announced that unless NBC and CNN dump their planned Hillary projects, the RNC will refuse to allow either network to host any 2016 primary debates (which are ratings winners and news makers). This afternoon, via Twitter, NBC News released a statement where they claimed that the NBC News division has no involvement with a project being produced by the NBC Entertainment division. Aug 5, 2013 12:43 PM PT

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