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White House Rewrites Susan Rice's Latest Sunday Show Debacle

According to an email from Fox News White House correspondent Ed Henry on Greta Van Susteren's website, the White House is attempting to rewrite the falsehoods spewed by National Security Adviser Susan Rice on Sunday's This Week. During an interview on the ABC show, Rice told host George Stephanopolous and America that Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl had served in Afghanistan with "honor and distinction." Jun 4, 2014 1:34 PM PT

Video: Justin Bieber Sings About Killing 'Ni**ers'

A new video has surfaced, the second one in a week, that shows Canadian singer Justin Bieber using the word "n**ger." The first video was of a 15 year-old Bieber (who's now 20) telling a joke with the N-word as a punchline. Wednesday's video shows a 14 year-old Bieber changing the lyrics to his hit song "One Less Lonely Girl" to "One Less Lonely N**ger." Another lyric change is, "If I kill you, I'll be part of the KKK." Jun 4, 2014 12:49 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

Despite characters like Godzilla, Spider-Man, Wolverine and Adam Sandler, the all-important summer season has started off with a limp thanks to May box office revenues collapsing a full 12% over last year to their worst level since 2010. Jun 4, 2014 10:42 AM PT

New York Daily News: 'Obama Betrayed Highest Obligation of His Office'

The New York Daily News, a daily with a left-leaning editorial page, came out swinging Wednesday morning with an editorial accusing President Obama of "surrendering without honor" to the Taliban and betraying the highest obligation of his office "in trading five hard-core Taliban for the American serviceman who appears to have deserted in Afghanistan." Jun 4, 2014 8:08 AM PT

Chuck Todd: White House Aides Accuse Vets of 'Swift Boating Bergdahl'

On Wednesday's "Today Show," NBC's senior White House correspondent Chuck Todd reported that "a few [White House] aides describe it to me as ‘we didn’t know that they were going to Swift Boat Bergdahl.’" In a later tweet, Todd didn't dispute that the White House used the derogatory term "swift boat" to "describe Bergdahl's platoon reaction." Jun 4, 2014 6:50 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

"The economics have studios concerned. Customer retention is a key benchmark for any business, and if the industry cannot get people to see a movie a week after it's out, it's not only losing valuable box-office dollars but also losing a capacity for relevance. If studios can't get audiences to remember these movies after just seven days, what happens when a sequel is supposed to hit in two years?" Jun 3, 2014 12:02 PM PT

Politico Honchos 'Jump Shark' To Defend Obama's Taliban Release

Blake Hounshell, an editor at Politico Magazine, downplayed Obama's decision to release five Taliban leaders in exchange for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl based on the fact that the five terrorists are not "ninjas." On his verified Twitter feed Hounshell wrote, "What's the argument that these five Taliban guys are so dangerous? Are they ninjas? Do they have superpowers?" Jun 3, 2014 5:27 AM PT

Reality Show Sends People to Mars 'With No Hope of Return'

What might sound like Death Porn to you and I, smells like profits to Hollywood. A new reality show will follow the selection, training, and eventual one-way, 300 million-mile trip to Mars for those "lucky" 705 chosen to colonize the Red Planet. Jun 2, 2014 2:48 PM PT

Bowe Bergdahl: Another Sunday Show Fib from Susan Rice?

The last time National Security Adviser Susan Rice made a memorable appearance on the Sunday morning news shows it was on five different networks in 2012 to spread the ridiculous and untrue fable that a YouTube video had been the cause of four deaths in Benghazi, as opposed to terrorists the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton should have been prepared for. This Sunday, Rice might have been caught in a brand new fib. Jun 2, 2014 1:48 PM PT

Oliver Stone to Oliver Stone Edward Snowden Story

The Guardian reports that 67 year-old Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone will "direct a big budget adaptation of Guardian journalist Luke Harding's book about Snowden's role in exposing the NSA's surveillance culture." Stone's version, which is scheduled to start shooting later this year, should not be confused with Sony's adaptation of Glenn Greenwald's Snowden tale. Jun 2, 2014 10:18 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Monday's Top 5 News Items

In the case of Donald Sterling, the L.A. Clippers owner felled by a secret recording, while what he said was appalling, it is more than a little unsettling that everyone in media would be so eager to destroy a man with an illegal recording of a private conversation. That is certainly not a good development in our culture and news media. But it is still the lesser of two horribles. Jun 2, 2014 8:59 AM PT

George Clooney Plans Move Into Politics

With his movie career fading into commercial and critical mediocrity and a wedding in sight, 53 year-old left-wing Democrat George Clooney is apparently ready to try politics. The Mirror reports that Clooney's lovely fiancée, British attorney Amal Alamuddin, has convinced Clooney to launch a career in politics after their wedding. Apparently, this career-switch will begin in earnest during the 2016 election. May 31, 2014 8:41 AM PT

'Toledo Blade' Closes Printing Facility, Axes 130 Union Jobs

Starting August 1, the left-wing Ohio newspaper, The Toledo Blade, intends to lay off about 130 of its unionized employees due to a permanent shutdown of its Toledo production center that handles printing and inserting. May 31, 2014 8:29 AM PT


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