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Rumer Willis Goes Topless to Prove She's Not Demi Moore

Child of too much privilege and free time; daughter of movie stars Demi Moore and Bruce Willis; exhibitionist millionaire narcissist with priorities so out of whack you wonder if she wasn't a victim of baby-shaken-dropped-and-held-under-water syndrome -- whatever you want to call her, Rumer Willis is so desperate for you to see her boobies, she continues to make a cause out of it. Jun 21, 2014 10:37 AM PT

Box Office: "Walk Like a Man To' #1, Clint Tanks, 'Dragon' Dives

Kevin Hart's comedy sequel "Think Like a Man To" shot into the top slot with $33 million. Faring much worse is director Clint Eastwood's adaptation of the hit Broadway musical "Jersey Boys." The period piece about the life and times of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons debuted in 4th place, and might not clear $14 million. Jun 21, 2014 9:44 AM PT

CNN Prompted Clinton-Friendly Crowd to Applaud at Townhall

Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple attended CNN's Townhall event with Hillary Clinton Tuesday and reports that the network not only brought in a Clinton-friendly crowd but at various times a stage handler taught and directed the crowd to applaud. Jun 21, 2014 8:36 AM PT

Perry Invites Obama to Visit Border

Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry sent a letter to Barack Obama Friday inviting the president to visit the U.S. Mexico border in order "to see firsthand" the flood of illegals and the humanitarian crisis that came with them. Perry also formally requested 1,000 National Guard troops and surveillence drones to patrol the border. Jun 20, 2014 7:13 PM PT

Animal Rights Activists 'Die' In Berkeley

To raise awareness for the rights of animals to enjoy "total liberation," especially from medical research, a group of international protesters with the group Direct Action Everywhere, staged a "die in" at UC Berkeley. On top of the medical testing that takes place at the left-wing university, the activists also claim the Berkeley labs engage in animal cruelty. Jun 20, 2014 6:38 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 Stories

I hate to break this to the L.A. Times, but I don't think Michael Bay & Company are going for a "Game of Thrones" or "Walking Dead" vibe. The most-watched series on television and in the world is "NCIS," which also is nothing like "Thrones" and "Dead." Jun 20, 2014 5:29 PM PT

Politico: No Scandal Behind Disappearance of IRS Emails

Politico, the left-wing site that has never come across a Republican scandal it didn't flog to death or a Democrat scandal it wanted anything to do with, assured its readers Thursday that there is no scandal behind behind the missing IRS emails. There's nothing to see here, Politico wants us to believe. Jun 19, 2014 8:04 PM PT

Poll: Faith In Media Hits Record Low

A new Gallup poll shows that six years of the Obama Administration has taken as tough a toll on the news media as it has the Obama Administration. Just as the non-stop incompetence and neverending bad judgment of the White House has driven Obama's poll numbers down to record lows, so to has that failure driven down to record lows the poll numbers of the president's media cheerleaders. Jun 19, 2014 7:04 PM PT

NBC Pays Chelsea Clinton Big Bucks To Not Appear On-Air

As we learned last week, Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former-president Bill Clinton and potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, is earning $600,000 per year from NBC News. The AP reports that the former First Daughter has not been on the air for four months. At $600,000 per year, that adds up to $200,000 to not do her job as an on-air correspondent. Jun 19, 2014 4:32 PM PT

Minority Report: Los Angeles Acquires Two Spy Drones

Los Angeles has acquired two used unmanned spy drones from Seattle. Technically, they are called Draganfly X6 drones. They are about 3 feet long, weight 3.5 pounds, and are basically helicopters with video cameras. Jun 19, 2014 3:51 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 Stories

Why do we hang on to the major league con job that is insanely overpriced cable television? Other than habit and finding technology a little befuddling, it is because of those things cable offers that streaming does not: live news, sports, and a Late Night show. Ratings already prove that people would rather watch a whole list of late night hosts not named Chelsea Handler, but if Chelsea is there for $7.99 a month, is that good enough compared to a Jimmy at $99.99 a month? Jun 19, 2014 2:13 PM PT

Yahoo Defiant About War On Women Hiring Practices

After Yahoo revealed that only 6% of its employees are black and Hispanic and women are outnumbered by the men who represent 85% of its tech workers and 77% of its leadership, the company released a defiant and unapologetic statement. Jun 18, 2014 4:25 PM PT

Ratings, Programming Woes Affect CNN's Upfront AdBuys

No longer able to compete as a news outlet, left-wing CNN has shifted its focus to documentaries like "The Sixties" and reality entertainment programming like "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown." Overall ratings have continued to tumble at the network, though, and now adbuyers are pushing back and refusing to pay premium advertising prices. Jun 18, 2014 3:05 PM PT

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