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Tony Is Dead: Vox Blows Its Big David Chase 'Sopranos' Scoop

The big entertainment news Wednesday came from Ezra Klein's Vox.com with its ridiculous scoop that "Sopranos" creator David Chase had finally revealed the biggest non-mystery in the television universe, "Did Tony die at the end of 'The Sopranos?" Vox claimed that during his interview with Martha P. Nochimson, Chase admitted that Tony is alive. To no one's surprise, through his publicist Thursday, Chase blasted Vox for getting it wrong. Aug 28, 2014 6:18 AM PT

Brown Agrees to $330 Million in Annual Hollywood Corporate Welfare

The rich and predominantly white elites of Hollywood will soon be swimming in $330 million in tax credits paid for by the hard working citizens of California. This more than triples the amount of corporate welfare the failed state was previously doling out to Hollywood gajillionaires. Aug 27, 2014 12:28 PM PT

Summer Box Office to Close at 8 Year Low, Down 15%

The double-edged sword of August wasn't able to save The Dismal Summer of 2014. Despite over-performers like "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "Guardians of the Galaxy," the box office bombs of "Expendables 3" and "Sin City 2" took a toll. Hollywood's summer officially ends the day after Labor Day, and when it all shakes out come Tuesday, this will be Hollywood's worst summer in 8 years -- down a full 15%. Aug 27, 2014 11:29 AM PT

Researchers: Unemployment Rate Higher than Reported

The media just can't seem to understand why Americans won't join them in celebrating the Obama economy. There are two reasons for this disconnect. The first is that Washington DC is a booming Emerald City. Thanks to government largesse using money stolen from taxpayers, the skies are filled with construction cranes and the money flows like wine. The second reason is that unemployment numbers are pure BS; we all know it and so too does science. Aug 27, 2014 10:30 AM PT

CNN Now Worried Ferguson Shooting Audio Is Hoax

When CNN first broadcast the unverified audio of the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, it was with all the sturm and drang of breathless breaking news. The audio led almost every hour and was the biggest story of the day. What a difference a day makes. The language coming from "New Day" anchor Michaela Pereira Wednesday morning is much more cautious. "Do you think it's authentic?", she asked two law enforcement experts, both of whom believe it is a hoax. Aug 27, 2014 6:55 AM PT

Miley Cyrus's Homeless Advocate Wanted for Probation Violation

Jesse Helt, the 22 year-old homeless advocate who spoke of the plight of the homeless while accepting an MTV Video Music Award for Miley Cyrus Monday night, is wanted in Oregon for a probation violation regarding a 2010 drug-related robbery. Helt was also Cyrus's date for the night. Aug 26, 2014 11:45 AM PT

Emmy Ratings Tumble 12%

The Los Angeles Times uses a lot of word soup to spin a 12% Emmy viewership drop as a good thing but that will not change the fact that viewership dropped by double digits, from 17.8 million viewers in 2013 to just 15.6 million Monday night. Aug 26, 2014 11:17 AM PT

Miley Backlash?: MTV's VMA Ratings Collapse 18%

The 2014 MTV Video Music Awards had Sunday night pretty much to itself. That helped MTV win the night but the ratings were still a huge disappointment compared to last year -- down a full 18%. Last year 10.1 million tuned in. Only 8.3 million tuned in Sunday. Could this be a backlash over Miley Cyrus? Aug 26, 2014 10:20 AM PT

Ferguson Ratings: Fox Dominates, CNN's Left Turn Steals MSNBC Viewers

Rather than report the news last week, the mainstream media instead chose to create news in Ferguson, Missouri with 24/7 race-baiting, outright lies, stupidity and urbanite ignorance. The Fox News Channel's terrific Ferguson reporting combined with not losing focus on real news, powered the first-place network to its second highest week of the year. Aug 26, 2014 7:20 AM PT

Media Fail: Poll Shows Increase In Support for Ferguson Police

A very useful YouGov poll that tracks public sentiment about Ferguson over time shows that despite the 24/7 racial demagoguery from cable news network's like CNN and MSNBC, public opinion is moving in the exact opposite direction of what the media is aiming for. Aug 25, 2014 1:09 PM PT

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