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Another Reason Reid Can Smear the Kochs with Impunity: The Media Love It

If the Supreme Court won't ban the media's competition, then it's time to try and marginalize this influence using whatever means necessary. This is exactly what Harry Reid is doing and the media are letting him get away with it because they have a shared goal. And the tactic to accomplish this goal is nothing short of McCarthyism. May 22, 2014 11:07 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

"X-Men: Days of Future Past" is getting INSANELY good reviews: 94% fresh at Rotten Tomatoes! If that number holds, that's better than the very well-received "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" (89%) and "Godzilla" (74%). Director Bryan Singer's return (he left after 1 & 2), will also rank as the best reviewed of the 14 year-old franchise, thus far. May 22, 2014 9:14 AM PT

Singer Files Dismissal, Lawyer Claims Accuser Passed Lie Detector Test

Through his attorney Marty Singer, director Bryan Singer ("X-Men: Days of Future Past") has filed a motion to dismiss the sexual abuse lawsuit filed against him by Michael Egan. According to the Daily Beast, the day the motion was filed Egan's lawyer claims his client passed a lie detector test. May 22, 2014 5:26 AM PT

Student Activists Launch

Adding to the anti-Semitic rapper's already surmounting problems, a group of student labor activists have just launched to protest Macklemore's ties to T-Mobile CEO John Legree. The Verge reports that this student group believes that all of T-Mobile's call centers are "electronic sweatshops": May 21, 2014 1:53 PM PT

'Lone Survivor' Blu-ray Review: A War Film Our Vets, Allies, and Enemies Deserve

Director Peter Berg takes his time getting us to this point, and you don't mind. He wants to give you a tour of the SEAL subculture and an opportunity to get to know the four men we will spend most of the movie with. This pipe-laying is absolutely necessary if we're to be emotionally invested in 70- minutes that follow -- minutes so well-crafted and intense you have to remind yourself to breathe. May 21, 2014 12:59 PM PT

House Candidate Clay Aiken Wanted to Punch Ann Coulter in the Face

Democrat and "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken is running to unseat Rep. Renee Ellmers in North Carolina's 2nd congressional district and has also scrubbed his Twitter account of his public desire to punch conservative columnist Ann Coulter in the face. May 21, 2014 9:46 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

The primary reason for this is the restraint Willis shows. He doesn't horse around. He doesn't show off. He captures the country as it is. You recognize it. Willis isn't interested in Terence Malicking the known into something… cinematic. Nothing seems artificially heightened. This has the effect of making you appreciate what you already have or at least have easy access to. If after watching "Midsummer" you don't consider moving your dinner table outside, you need to watch it again. May 21, 2014 8:57 AM PT

'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' Bluray Review: Horribly Disappointing

For all of its flaws, and there are too many to count, at least Ben Affleck's "Sum of All Fears" (2002) felt like a Jack Ryan movie and even managed to become something of its own with the explosion of a nuke on American soil. Ten-plus years later, Paramount's attempt to reboot the franchise (for the second time) doesn't even accomplish that. May 17, 2014 8:30 AM PT

Tapper to White House: 'How Many Dead Veterans Do You Need?'

McDonough responded with platitudes and prepared talking points about the President standing by our veterans and increased funding. Tapper wasn't having any of it. "How many dead veterans do you need before somebody asks the question within the White House, maybe this guy isn't the best steward of these veterans?" May 17, 2014 6:45 AM PT

'Godzilla' Destroys Box Office with $90+ Million

As late as Thursday the box office prognosticators were estimating "Godzilla" would land somewhere around $65 for this, it's debut weekend. After a spectacular Thursday night take of over $9 million, it now looks as though the apolitical, pro-American military "Godzilla" is now headed towards a $90+ million weekend. May 17, 2014 5:33 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

But we could also live in a world where Comcast buys Netflix and forces us to pay $99 a month to stream all the same crappy networks we are currently forced to pay for on cable. The MSNBCs still get subsidized, the little guy still gets screwed, the rich get richer, and the world keeps right on turning. May 16, 2014 10:28 AM PT

CNN Editor Ousted After Plagiarizing At Least 50 Stories

In an editor's note quietly posted Friday morning, CNN announced that Marie-Louise Gumuchian, a former CNN News editor, who mostly covered international affairs, plagiarized at least 50 published stories. May 16, 2014 6:52 AM PT

'Godzilla' (2014) Review: Everything You Want From The Big Guy and More

Overall, Godzilla delivers, and it delivers all that really matters: As you head out of the theatre and into the night towards your car, you are enveloped in the warm and glorious satisfaction of knowing you have just witnessed all the kick-ass monster action, chaos, and destruction you could have ever hoped to see. May 16, 2014 5:50 AM PT

Ratings: Another Brutal Week for CNN

With the missing Malaysian airliner story petering out, left-wing CNN has returned to its usual posture of beating up Republicans and obsessing over identity politics (race, sexuality). As was the case before CNN could exploit the tragedy of the missing plane, this type of shallow, biased programming is pulling CNN into the basement. May 15, 2014 11:11 AM PT


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