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Ferguson On Steroids: 10 Shot Overnight In Chicago

The national media will go to Ferguson, Missouri, and scream about white versus black before the facts are known. They will do that all day long. Because there's a political upside. Racial division gets the midterm vote out and ensures the truth of how far we've come as a nation is never told. Racial healing and moving on might collapse the Jenga Tower that is the Democrat base Aug 23, 2014 8:49 AM PT

Box Office: 'Sin City 2' Bombs, 'If I Stay' Collapses

Though the overall box office has been way down, Summer 2014 could at least brag about the fact that there had been no pricey box office bombs. Then August came along, the box office picked up, but now we have two pricey bombs: "Expendables 3" and "Sin City 2." Aug 23, 2014 7:17 AM PT

Third Round of Plagiarism Charges Hit Fareed Zakaria

"[T]oday we’re adding even more to the pile by showing how Zakaria blatantly and repeatedly plagiarized in not just what is his most popular book, but two different cover stories for the magazines he used to serve as editor for, Foreign Affairs and Newsweek." Aug 22, 2014 2:17 PM PT

Only 15% of White Americans Back Ferguson Protests

The New York Times reported on a new poll Thursday that shows a division between white and black America over the protests in racial turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri. What the Times didn't report on was the specifics of just how wide that gulf is. Only 15% of white Americans believe the protests have been "about right," compared to 38% of black Americans. Aug 22, 2014 1:11 PM PT

'If I Stay' Review: Silly, Shallow, Precious Melodrama

Admittedly, I'm a guy and I'm nearing a hundred -- so feel free to dismiss this review. Do keep in mind, though, that this horribly uncool hundred year-old evil white male conservative had a lot of nice things to say about "The Fault In Our Stars," which is very similar (in a girly way) to "If I Stay." Aug 22, 2014 11:15 AM PT

'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Review: More of the Same and Better

Some who survived the previous Basin City bloodletting return. Some fresh troubled souls arrive. The "Matrix"-like sense of wonder that came with the hyper-stylized visuals of the original is gone. But thanks to a more grounded story and two fantastic villains, "A Dame to Kill For" is superior to its predecessor. Aug 22, 2014 8:31 AM PT

Sorry, Antonio: No Political Upside for the Media to Cover Your Murder

The national media might give this a mention here and there -- you know, get on record; check the box -- but the national media are too busy hoping their rabid speculation and divisive race-baiting in Ferguson, Missouri, will eventually pay off. Antonio was 9. Aug 21, 2014 1:53 PM PT

Media Stop Defending Obama's Serial-Golfing

We all remember the media endlessly hectoring George W. Bush about his golfing, fundraising, and vacations at his ranch in Texas. We also remember this very same objective, unbiased, not-at-all-liberal media excusing and even defending (with false reporting) President Obama's seemingly serial vacations, golf outings, and fundraisers (even the day after an American ambassador was brutally murdered in Libya.) Aug 21, 2014 12:42 PM PT

Glenn Beck Rips Conservatives in The Huffington Post

In a wide-ranging interview with The Huffington Post's Howard Fineman, Glenn Beck took the opportunity to again blast conservatives critical of his decision to greet the recent wave of underage illegal immigrants with toys and hot meals. "I don't understand those who cannot see the plight of children," Beck told HuffPo. Aug 21, 2014 8:35 AM PT

Video: CNN's Don Lemon Has No Idea What an Automatic Firearm Is

Below is video of CNN's Don Lemon proving he has absolutely no idea what the difference is between an automatic and semi-automatic firearm. In other words, Don Lemon, a star anchor at a major cable news network that regularly covers the issue of guns, is wholly ignorant of the difference between a firearm that is legal and a firearm that is illegal. Aug 21, 2014 7:30 AM PT

Al Jazeera America Staffers Rattled By Layoffs, Catastrophic Ratings

A year after the launch of the cable news network Al Jazeera America, layoffs, rumors of more layoffs, and catastrophic ratings have staffers rattled. Writing for Columbia Journalism Review, Dean Starkman reports on the struggles of the Qatar-based cable news network but misses one vital point. Aug 20, 2014 12:41 PM PT

Ferguson: New York Times Buries News of Officer Wilson's Injury

The New York Times has big news on the biggest story in the country today but as Noah Rothman at Hot Air discovered, the Times buried that news 26 paragraphs deep. According to the Times' own police sources, "witnesses and forensic analysis have shown that Officer Wilson did sustain an injury during the struggle in the car." Aug 20, 2014 9:31 AM PT

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