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Obama: Catholic Schools 'Encourage Division'

President Obama wasn't kidding in March of 2012 when he told then-Russian president Dmitry Medvedev that he would have "more flexibility after the election. We got a chilling look at what Obama meant during a speech in Northern Ireland for the G8 Summit when he declared religious schools divisive. Jun 19, 2013 1:12 PM PT

AP Chief: DOJ Record Seizure Silences Sources

While it is hard to imagine our media class becoming something even closer to the stenographers for the Obama administration that they already are, this is the future we can expect according to Gary Pruitt, president of the Associated Press. Jun 19, 2013 12:40 PM PT

Season Two of Aaron Sorkin's 'Newsroom' Already In Trouble

The first season of Aaron Sorkin's HBO show "Newsroom" was pretty much hated by everyone. HBO still renewed it for a second season, which makes sense. Sorkin is a legitimate talent who you want to be in business with. You also know what he is capable of, so you give him every chance to succeed. Jun 19, 2013 10:41 AM PT

Mass Senate: Media Ignore Ed Markey's 'Awful' Debate Performance

If you want to know why Fox News insists on always describing Politico as "the left-wing Politico," here is a perfect example. Last night U.S. Senate candidates Ed Markey and Gabriel Gomez met for their final debate. Markey made at least two epic gaffes, but Politico chose to take no notice and covered the debate with a nothing-to-see here piece. Jun 19, 2013 9:48 AM PT

Chris Matthews: Lack of Teleprompter 'Ruined' Obama's Berlin Speech

MSNBC's number-one Obama fanboy, Chris Matthews, was obviously disappointed with President Obama's letdown of a speech in Germany Tuesday. Rather than place the blame where it belonged -- on the empty rhetoric, hypocritical platitudes, and crowd 95% smaller than the one Obama captured in '08 as a presidential candidate -- Matthews blamed it on the sun blotting out Obama's teleprompter. Jun 19, 2013 8:08 AM PT

The Miracle of Hitchcock's 'Frenzy' (1972)

Of all the memorable images that came out of director Alfred Hitchcock's legendary fifty-year career, one that stays with me is The Master's cameo in his penultimate film, 1972's "Frenzy." As he always did, Hitchcock made sure the cameo came early. By this time his cameos were anticipated by audiences. Therefore, the director knew that he had to insert them right away so the audience could relax and the storytelling spell wouldn't be broken Jun 19, 2013 7:14 AM PT

Chuck Todd Rips BuzzFeed for Violating PBS Embargo

BuzzFeed can attempt to rationalize this all they want, or try to paint it as gonzo-badassery, I suppose, but violating an embargo is awfully short-sighted. For a one-day traffic boost, the site has now lost the trust of who knows how many? Jun 18, 2013 12:31 PM PT

Sexism & Fox News: Politico Chief Loses Cool on Hot Seat

The New Republic's Isaac Chotiner sat down with Politico co-founders, executive editor Jim VandeHei and editor-in-chief John Harris. FishBowl DC noticed that things appeared to get a little tense and testy when both were pressed on the issue of sexism in their newsroom and charges of liberal bias from Fox News. Jun 18, 2013 9:53 AM PT

CNN: Almost Half Believe White House Ordered IRS to Target Tea Party

Monday, CNN released a poll showing that a full 50% of Americans no longer trust President Obama. Tuesday, CNN released another poll that helps to explain why. Last month only 37% believed the White House ordered the IRS to target conservative groups. Today, however, almost half the country -- 47% believe the same. Only 49% disagree. Jun 18, 2013 6:37 AM PT

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