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BaldGate: WaPo Trolls Someone Named 'Mario' Rubio

The Washington Post can't be bothered to look into the IRS or Benghazi scandals. But in the midst of celebrating the 40th anniversary of President Nixon's resignation, the Post shows just how far it has fallen since the halcyon days of Watergate by trolling Republican Senator Marco Rubio. The headline and story can't even get his name correct. Aug 11, 2014 6:25 AM PT

NYT: New Media Drove Obama to Action In Iraq

The New York Times doesn't come right out and say it was New Media that finally drove Obama to admit he withdrew from Iraq prematurely by ordering airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq. But when the New York Times admits that the specter of Benghazi is what drove Obama to action, that is exactly what the Times is saying. Aug 9, 2014 9:19 AM PT

Iraq & Vietnam: Democrats Lose Won Wars; Holocaust to Follow

Had the American President wanted American troops to remain in Iraq, no reasonable person believes this would not have been the outcome. The fact is that it was Obama who ensured the premature pulling of our troops because this is what Democrats do… Democrats lose won wars. Aug 9, 2014 8:32 AM PT

Box Office: Ninja Turtles Slay the Galaxy's Guardians

There's no question "Turtles" did much better than anyone expected this weekend. There was talk that in weekend two "Guardians of the Galaxy" might hang on to the top spot. It wasn't even close. Aug 9, 2014 6:39 AM PT

Gawker: Only 'Black' Neighborhoods Are Bad

Apparently, the first thing that comes to Gawker's Sam Biddle's mind when he reads about "bad neighborhoods" is that only "non-white" people must reside in them. Aug 8, 2014 1:16 PM PT

Politico Playbook: Ebola Hearings? What Ebola Hearings?

One word you won't find in Friday's Playbook, though, is "Ebola." You will find 4,424 other words, but not a peep, mention, or hint of Ebola. This, despite the fact there was an alarming Congressional hearing Thursday about the rapidly spreading outbreak on the continent of Africa and an expert who said the death tolls are going to be unimaginable and that six people are currently being tested here in America. Aug 8, 2014 11:26 AM PT

'Into the Storm' Review: 'Sharknado' Without Sharks

My hope was that like "Piranha 3D" (2010), "Shark Knight" (2011) and "Doomsday" (2008), "Into the Storm" would not only embrace its genre roots but put the pedal to the metal as far as carnage, creatively grisly deaths, and gratuitous nudity. What we got is a C-grade TV movie with Sci-Fi Channel -- sorry --Syfy Channel-level special effects. Aug 8, 2014 8:41 AM PT

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Review: Cowa-Boondoggle

With $125 million to play with, director Jonathan Liebsman went a much darker and less charming route with his iconic characters. Because of the dark tone and jokes like, "She's hot, my shell's getting tighter," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" scored a PG-13 with the ludicrous decision to chase the Marvel zeitgeist at the cost of its own innocence -- which of course is what made the franchise so endurable to begin with. Aug 8, 2014 6:53 AM PT

Record Numbers Renounce Citizenship; Corporations Choose Inversion

This graph showing the boost in the number of American citizens who gave up their American citizenship or long-term residency (expatriated) since Barack Obama became president is pretty shocking. There might not be a correlation between Obama's policies and the explosion of those fleeing, but that's an argument I'd like to hear. Aug 7, 2014 12:05 PM PT

Pay TV Loses 305k Subscribers; Cable About to Cave with 'Virtual Cable'?

The end is nigh for the legal racket known as bundled cable. And that is great news for freedom and for America. Variety reports that during the last quarter, pay TV collectively lost a net of 305,000 customers. This, despite the fact our American population is always growing. Aug 7, 2014 11:01 AM PT

AP Poll: Country Moves Towards GOP On Every Significant Issue

Although you wouldn’t know it from the lack of media coverage, or even the AP's own write-up of the poll (which gives new meaning to the phrase "buried lead"), a new Associated Press-GfK poll offers nothing but harrowing news for Democrats and the media who love them. Aug 7, 2014 9:25 AM PT

Daily Beast Targets Rand Paul with Violent Imagery

Obviously the Daily Beast believes this kind of imagery can result in death threats and even assassination attempts. Why then would an outlet that believes such a thing publish (see above) a photo of Rand Paul with a target over his face with the title: Rand Paul = Democrats’ Enemy #1. Aug 7, 2014 7:54 AM PT

NC Senate: Repub. Tillis Shows Momentum Against Kay Hagan

A look at the Real Clear Politics poll of polls, however, shows that the race is not only statistically tied but that the momentum appears to be with Tillis. After a prolonged and expensive media attack, Hagan had crept ahead of Tillis for much of June by about 3 points in the poll of polls. Not only is that lead gone, Tillis has jumped to small lead in the last two polls. Aug 7, 2014 7:15 AM PT

Greedy Robert Redford Sues to Avoid Tax Bill

If paying taxes is patriotic (as the hard-left would have us believe), Oscar-winning director/actor Robert Redford is taking his anti-American desire not to pay more in taxes than he believes he owes to court. The state of New York is demanding a cool $1.6 million from Redford ($727k in back interest) over the sale of his Sundance Channel to Cablevision's Rainbow Media back in 2005. Aug 6, 2014 1:28 PM PT

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