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Atlantic Reporter Compares Palin to Burqa-Wearing Taliban Supporter

Unfortunately I don't possess the intellectual nuance required to grasp why an elite leftwing journalist would think it was okay to compare a female governor and mother of five to a burqa-wearing Taliban supporter brandishing a pistol. Apparently, Jeffrey Goldberg's intellectual superiority is so superior only dogs can hear it. Sep 19, 2014 11:19 AM PT

'The Maze Runner' Review: Lost Boys Vs. The Stability of Tyranny

Thomas, as you would expect, is different from the others. The film's story and theme take a nice turn as soon as the buzzword "coexist" is hurled. Some of the boys are unwilling to trade the security of their present situation with the risks involved in breaking the unspoken rules laid down by their jailers. Stability under the thumb of an oppressor, they believe, is preferable to a costly war for freedom. Guess which side our hero falls on. Sep 19, 2014 10:29 AM PT

'A Walk Among the Tombstones' Review: Dark, Compelling Anti-'Taken'

"A Walk Among the Tombstones" is not "Taken." In mood and tone, it's much closer to "8MM" (1999) and to Neeson's own brilliant but underrated existential thriller "The Grey" (2011). The year is 1999. The world is bleak. The Y2K apocalypse looms. The city is New York, but it's not the real New York. Giuliani doesn't exist. David Dinkins still runs things and Disney and Applebee's haven't yet moved in. Sep 19, 2014 7:38 AM PT

The Alleged Leftwing Firebomber the Media Doesn't Want You to Know About

Twenty-eight year-old Eric King was charged with attempting to firebomb U.S. Congressman's Emanuel Cleaver's Kansas City office on September 11. According to local media. law enforcement found a letter in his apartment that railed against capitalism and war. In other words, the alleged firebomber is a leftist, which is why this incident is receiving absolutely no national media coverage. Sep 18, 2014 12:37 PM PT

Ratings: 'Meet the Press' Falls Back to Third but Still Improves

With the debut of a new host and a presidential appearance in the run up to Obama's pre-emptive war in Iraq, it would have been impossible for "Meet the Press" to achieve anything other than first place two weeks ago, which it did. Chuck Todd's second week saw a return to third place behind CBS' "Face the Nation" and ABC's "This Week." The silver lining, though, is that the "Meet the Press" ratings still improved. Sep 18, 2014 12:15 PM PT

CNN, Washington Post: The Roger Goodells of Plagiarism

Any whiff of scandal from any American institution and you can bet CNN and The Washington Post will demand accountability, an investigation and full transparency. The ongoing NFL scandal, for example. In-between calling for his head, both the Post and CNN are demanding full transparency from commissioner Roger Goodell. But when it comes to a serious plagiarism scandal in their own house, CNN and the Post dummy up into bunker mode in a way that makes Goodell look like a singing canary. Sep 18, 2014 10:41 AM PT

Hollywood Greed: Layoffs Loom as Company Profits Surge

Everyday working class folks are taking it in the neck while the companies that lay them off are reaping huge profits and winning hundreds of millions of dollars in corporate welfare. Is that the logline for Oliver Stone's latest sequel, "Wall Street 3: Greed is Good"? Nope. That's what's happening in Hollywood right now. Sep 18, 2014 9:05 AM PT

I Once Asked My Parents for a Spanking

Leftists are desperate to use any opportunity to come between parent and child -- to exert their grotesque influence into that relationship. Naturally, they are using the Peterson example to blur the line between spankings and abuse, in the hopes that any kind of physical punishment will give the government the right to raise America's children, and by extension create creepy, borg-like, buttinsky know-it-all Statists like themselves. Sep 18, 2014 8:03 AM PT

BIG: Showtime, CBS Likely to Break From Bundled Cable

Deadline reports that CEO Les Moonves announced to investors Wednesday of the "strong possibility" that both Showtime and CBS will soon be available to consumers through Internet streaming and outside of a bundled cable package. Moonves' trial balloon comes just days after HBO floated one of its own. Sep 18, 2014 7:04 AM PT

Politico: Fareed Zakaria Plagiarized. Period.

You would think that the mainstream media would either defend Fareed Zakaria, or out him as a serial plagiarist. Instead, despite a drip-drip-drip of allegations from two anonymous writers at Our Bad Media charging Zakaria with serial plagiarism, the elite media has banded together in a conspiracy of silence. Finally, on Wednesday, with the help of two experts in the field, Politico's Dylan Byers (who has covered the allegations and the deafening silence) came right out and declared Zakaria a plagiarist. Sep 17, 2014 12:52 PM PT

Shylock & Wongs: 3 Incidents of Democrat Bigotry In 3 Weeks - Media Mum

Media storms over politicians expressing bigotry is something we see from the media time and again … unless of course Democrats are caught doing the same. Sure, the media will dutifully record the incidents. But that's it. After the dutiful recording, the story dies. Whereas Republicans pay a very heavy political price for real and imagined "insensitivity," Democrats get a total pass. Sep 17, 2014 9:18 AM PT

Biden Uses Jewish Slur 'Shylock'

Just weeks after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) was forced to apologize for racist jokes aimed at Asians; and days after a white male Democrat claimed Hispanic Governor Susana Martinez "does not have a Latino [sic] heart, another prominent Democrat, Vice President Joe Biden, has been forced to apologize for using the Jewish slur "shylock." Sep 17, 2014 8:33 AM PT

NYT: Obama Falls Behind Bush Lows, GOP Gains Strength

Although state polling shows the GOP slipping some in the Republican quest to win the U.S. Senate, a New York Times/CBS News poll reveals that President Obama is polling worse than George W. Bush on issues important to voters, while the GOP is gaining strength. Sep 17, 2014 7:05 AM PT

Trust in Media Returns to All-Time Low

Per Gallup, after a short-term bump to 44% last year, trust in the media to report "the news fully, accurately, and fairly" has plummeted back to an all-time low of 40%. With fits and starts, the downward trend since Gallup began taking the poll in 1997 is obvious. It's been 9 years since the media enjoyed the trust of 50%. Back in 1999, it was 55%. Sep 17, 2014 5:52 AM PT

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