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Number Six: NBC News Again Caught Selectively Editing Video

I had hoped this nonsense would end with the reign of Steve Capus, but once again we have NBC News forced to apologize for yet-another dishonest edit meant to push the left's agenda. This time it was MSNBC's Thomas Roberts who was caught using edited clips of a speech by Vice President Joe Biden about Benghazi to call for gun control. May 4, 2013 8:03 AM PT

Washington Post Earnings Fall 85%, Circulation Drops 7.2%

Thanks to other businesses, including a number of television stations, The Washington Post Co. was able to make a slim profit in the first quarter of 2013, but earnings still fell 85% over last year. What dragged the company down as a whole was The Washington Post newspaper. May 4, 2013 5:44 AM PT

Claim: Washington Post Push-Polling to Benefit Terry McAuliffe

In a fundraising email released Friday, Cuccinnelli campaign manager Dave Rexrode claims he received a call from Washington Post pollers Thursday night and that the poll questions were only interested in the perceived sins of his candidate, not the numerous failures and potential scandals McAuliffe's been involved in. May 3, 2013 2:17 PM PT

'Jack Reacher' Blu-ray Review: Masculinity Makes a Comeback

Obviously, Cruise can't compare physically, but he is one helluva actor who carries the muscular build of a middleweight boxer. So if the author's idea of Reacher's size was to make the ex-military investigator imposing and intimidating, Cruise delivers just fine through the sheer force of his screen presence. May 3, 2013 12:29 PM PT

NH Media Expose National Media's Dishonest Attacks Against Kelly Ayotte

If you are stupid enough to only get your news from the likes of NBC, The New York Times, or The Washington Post, you are under the completely false impression that Sen. Kelly Ayotte is in some kind of trouble in her home state. The New Hampshire Journal's Shawn Millerick completely dismantles that theory. May 3, 2013 7:11 AM PT

CNN Might Boot Howard Kurtz from 'Reliable Sources' This Weekend

More fallout for Howard Kurtz, the embattled media reporter unceremoniously dumped by the Daily Beast Thursday after publishing a column that falsely accused the NBA's Jason Collins of not disclosing the fact that he -- a gay man -- had once been engaged to a woman. Just a couple of hours later, CNN announced that Kurtz might not host "Reliable Sources" this weekend. May 3, 2013 5:30 AM PT

'Funny Girl' (1968) Blu-Ray Review: Must-Own for Streisand Fans

Whatever you might think of Barbra Streisand now, her first film, 1968's "Funny Girl," is a potent reminder of the singular star power and talent that made her the diva/legend she is today. Director William Wyler's biopic of Broadway star Fanny Brice was not only Babs' big-screen debut, she also won the Best Actress Oscar (in a tie with Katherine Hepburn) for her charmingly energetic  portrayal of a ridiculously talented ugly duckling. May 2, 2013 1:33 PM PT

Daily Beast Dumps Howard Kurtz

Late Thursday afternoon, about 24 hours after Daily Beast columnist Howard Kurtz published a false column accusing openly-gay NBA star Jason Collins of not being completely forthcoming about a past-engagement to a woman, Daily Beast editor-in-chief Tina Brown released a statement stating "The Daily Beast and Howard Kurtz have parted company." May 2, 2013 12:14 PM PT

Daily Beast Forced to Retract Howard Kurtz Column

After this glaring error was discovered, it immediately went viral on Twitter. Rather than retract, though, Kurtz reacted foolishly attempted to salvage the column (and his pride) with a quick edit and the watered down claim that Collins had "downplayed" this part of his life. But this claim was also false. May 2, 2013 10:29 AM PT

Newspaper Circulation Drops 0.7% In Six Months

Even with some individual newspapers seeing gains through digital subscriptions, the overall picture for the newspaper business remains bleak, especially for some of the nation's largest newspapers. Total daily circulation for 593 reporting titles dropped 0.7% in just six months. The Sunday decline was double that, 1.4%. May 2, 2013 9:07 AM PT

Warner Archive Instant: A Great Deal for Classic Movie Fans

Think about it: Just like their splendid DVD service, Warner Archive Instant will offer you a month's worth of access to over 200 undiscovered treasures, but for about half the price of a DVD. Heck, I'd pay $10 just to watch a couple of Bogart titles they offer that I have never seen. May 2, 2013 6:41 AM PT

Media Always Follow New York Times' Lead ... Unless It's Pigford

Had the rest of the media slavishly followed the Times' lead that day, questions might have been raised that would make Obama uncomfortable. And as we've seen with Libya and the failed economy, the media just cannot allow that to happen -- especially with respect to a scandal like Pigford. May 1, 2013 2:14 PM PT


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