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ABC News Fails to Find Homophobes in Texas

ABC News displays its own kind of bigotry by setting up their hidden cameras at a famous steakhouse in Amarillo, Texas, to hunt for homophobes. Three child actors dressed as Boy Scouts sit at a community table. One comes out to his friends as gay, and ABC News is there to capture the Southern-fried bigotry. Jun 22, 2013 8:42 AM PT

'Undocumented American': Politico Newsroom Hosts Illegal Alien

Joe Antonio Vargas is a left-wing journalist and illegal alien brought to America by his mother in 1993. He came out as such a couple of years ago in the New York Times, an act that immediately elevated his status to "precious" in an elite media desperate to see millions of illegals turned into voting Democrats as quickly as possible. Friday, Politico hosted Vargas in its newsroom for an interview. Jun 22, 2013 6:52 AM PT

Disagreeing with Bill O'Reilly About Tony Soprano Being Bad for America

During his "Personal Segment" on "The Factor" Thursday night, Bill O'Reilly said that he believed James Gandolfini did too good of a job humanizing Tony Soprano; that this was bad for our country and culture. In O'Reilly's opinion, the ideal way to portray a gangster is Robert DeNiro's approach to Al Capone in Brian DePalma's "The Untouchables." Jun 21, 2013 12:19 PM PT

Number Seven: NBC News Again Caught Selectively Editing Video

Deceptive journalistic practices at NBC News show no sign of slowing down. This latest attempt to selectively edit audio/video in order to benefit Barack Obama represents the seventh such act of willful, intentional journalistic malpractice. Jun 21, 2013 10:48 AM PT

Reuters: Obama Approval Tumbles to 44%

In a poll conducted between June 14-18, Reuters/Ipsos found that President Obama's job approval rating has fallen to 44%, with 48% disapproving. This poll is one of many showing the president losing favor with the public in the wake of a handful of scandals swirling around his administration. Jun 21, 2013 9:47 AM PT

Study: Media Let Carney Get Away With Not Answering 9,486 Questions

This Yahoo News analysis showing that White House spokesman Jay Carney did not answer 9,486 questions posed to him by the White House Press Corps is not a blight on Carney's record, it is a blight on the record of a lapdog media that allows him to persistently get away with not answering questions. Jun 21, 2013 8:49 AM PT

L.A. Weekly: Michael Hastings' Car was Speeding, Had Drunk Driving History

According to their police and investigative sources, the engine of Hastings' Mercedes was found a hundred feet from the crash, "a clue that would indicate the vehicle was traveling at more than 60 miles an hour when it apparently veered out of control and struck a palm tree," writes the Weekly. Jun 21, 2013 6:15 AM PT

Politico Runs Immigration Reform Victory Lap

If the left-wing Politico is going to "lead the conversation" you know it is going to be left-ward and certainly not towards getting to the truth behind Libya and the IRS. Jun 21, 2013 5:24 AM PT

Mass. Senate Poll: Republican Gomez Down 3

A new poll of the Massachusetts U.S. Senate race released by GOP pollster John McLaughlin shows that Republican Gabriel Gomez is trailing by only three points behind his Democratic challenger, Ed Markey. The election is this coming Tuesday and the spread is 47% - 44% in favor or Markey. Jun 20, 2013 10:48 AM PT

NY Times' Questions Accuracy of Michael Hastings McChrystal Story

Michael Hastings, the 33 year-old journalist who died in a one-person car accident in Los Angeles this week, was probably most famous for his 2010 Rolling Stone feature The Runaway General that resulted in Afghanistan commanding general Stanley McChrystal being fired. In its obituary for Hastings, citing a Defense Department Inspector General report, The New York Times questions the accuracy of The Runaway General. Jun 20, 2013 7:04 AM PT

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


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