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'GI Joe: Retaliation" Bluray Review: Noisy, Imperfect, Patriotic Good Time

I don't remember much about 2009's "GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra," other than finding it numbing and resenting that the studio chose to strip one of the most iconic American action heroes in history of his Americanism. To be fair, though, although I saw it just a few days ago, I don't remember much about "GI Joe: Retaliation," either. But I did enjoy myself and I most especially appreciated Paramount fixing the American thing. Jul 22, 2013 2:56 PM PT

CNBC 'Money Honey' Bartiromo Shops for New Network Home

Maria "Money Honey" Bartiromo is the face and star of CNBC, a network that has been her home for 20 years. With her five-year contract set to expire, the New York Post reports that through the high-powered Create Artists Agency, she is shopping around for a new home that could include CNN or Fox Business. Jul 22, 2013 11:25 AM PT

Al Jazeera America: Just Another Left-wing Cable News Outlet

Any sane person would look at the ratings of MSNBC and CNN and conclude that aping them with their failed cast-offs might not be a good idea. But when you are Al Jazeera America, and owned by an oil-rich Middle Eastern nation, you can make anti-science decisions like setting yourself up to become America's third low-rated left-wing cable news outlet. Jul 22, 2013 10:32 AM PT

NBC's Chuck Todd Leads Cowardly Discussion on Race

As the rest of the media seem desperate to turn the page on all things related to George Zimmerman (and for good reason), an apparent dead-ender is NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd. In a very bizarre opening segment that lasted the full first half-hour of Todd's MSNBC show, "The Daily Rundown," Todd opened by announcing that he was going to have a discussion on race. He then brought four guests on who all shared the same left-wing opinions and agreed on everything. Jul 22, 2013 7:05 AM PT

David Shuster Joining Al-Jazeera America

The Huffington Post reports that left-wing anchor David Shuster has signed a deal with Al Jazeera America. The network launches August 20, and has already signed two former CNN left-wingers, Soledad O'Brien and Ali Velshi. Jul 22, 2013 6:28 AM PT

Polls: George Zimmerman's Favorability Rating Higher Than Al Sharpton's

By contrast, however, a new Rasmussen poll shows that George Zimmerman, the Hispanic man recently acquitted in the fatal shooting of Martin, is viewed favorably by 32% of the public (6 points higher than Sharpton), and unfavorably by less than half of the public, 48% (compared to Sharpton's 60%). Jul 20, 2013 7:57 AM PT

Disgraced White House Reporter Helen Thomas Dead at 92

Various news outlets are announcing the death of Helen Thomas at 92, the disgraced journalist who, for years, sat in the fabled center chair in the front row of the White House briefing room. Despite widespread claims of her left-wing bias, Thomas was considered the "dean" of the White House Press Corps until her anti-Semitism came to light. Jul 20, 2013 6:55 AM PT

NBC Whitewashes Full Context of Obama's 2008 'Race Speech'

NBC News' Mark Murray, the senior political editor who did not voluntarily disclose his marriage to an Obama staffer, covered the president's racially-divisive statements about the George Zimmerman affair at First Read Friday. In the piece Murray refers to then-presidential candidate Obama's "famous 2008 speech on the subject of race." For some reason, though, Murray doesn't report on the full context of that speech. Jul 20, 2013 6:36 AM PT

Obama's Trayvon Statement Brings CNN Anchor Lemon to Tears

Friday, not long after Barack Obama's racially-divisive statement about the Zimmerman case, and directly after five objective CNN staffers embarrassed themselves gushing over the statement, CNN interviewed their own anchor, Don Lemon. For a full three-minutes the weepy, melodramatic Lemon was allowed to turn The Mosted Trusted Name In News into a bad Oprah episode. Jul 20, 2013 6:01 AM PT

Associated Press Whitewashes Obama's Racial Controversies, Fumbles

In what can only be described as gushing coverage of President Obama's racially-divisive remarks about the Zimmerman case Friday (where he once again injected race in a situation where there the evidence proves race wasn't involved), the Associated Press goes through Obama's racial history, but ignores any context that might put the president in a negative light. Jul 20, 2013 5:40 AM PT

Zimmerman Protesters Hurl Rocks, Bottles at Police, Pedestrians

Thursday night, in San Bernadino, California, six people were arrested during a protest of the George Zimmerman verdict. According to the Los Angeles Times, the arrests were the result of rocks and bottles being thrown at the police and pedestrians. Jul 19, 2013 8:51 AM PT

Rolling Stone Backlash: Boston Police Sergeant Releases Photos of 'Real Dzhokhar'

On top of numerous boycotts by major national retailers and local Boston businesses, Rolling Stone just got slapped by a Boston Police Sergeant Sean Murphy, a tactical photographer who released less flattering photos of the terrorist to Boston Magazine. Murphy has since been suspended for this actions. Jul 19, 2013 8:21 AM PT

Ratings: CNN Collapses; Primetime Loses to MSNBC

Post-Zimmerman trial, TV By the Numbers reports that CNN total day numbers dropped to 430,000 (beating MSNBC by only 37,000) and lost to MSNBC during the all-important primetime hours by a large margin, 734,000 to 575,000. Jul 19, 2013 7:42 AM PT

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