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Democrat Resignation Could Mean Smooth Sailing for Mia Love

Longtime incumbent Democrat Jim Matheson threw in the towel yesterday. After 14 years in the House of Representatives the still-young 53 year-old Blue Dog likely read the writing on the wall and chose retirement over an almost certain loss against Republican rising star Mia Love. Dec 18, 2013 7:02 AM PT

More Than 75% Don't Find Reporters Honest, Ethical

allup took the angle of looking at the results from a political point of view; the difference in how Republicans, Democrats, and Independents view the credibility of various professions. Regardless, the highest newspaper and television reporters were able to score was with Democrats, but it was still no higher than 25%. Dec 17, 2013 10:52 AM PT

CNN's Top-Five Credibility Catastrophes of 2013

In reality, ratings are the least of the network's problems. Thanks to one breathtaking debacle after another, CNN now has a credibility problem from which it is unlikely to ever recover. And here are the top five reasons why…. Dec 17, 2013 8:56 AM PT

Yearly Ratings: CNN's Death March Continues

The slow death of CNN marches on. At the beginning of the year, and with much fanfare, Jeff Zucker was brought on to right CNN's ship. The first-year result is a 15% drop in primetime ratings that were already dismal and a negligible increase of less than 1% in total day viewership. Dec 17, 2013 6:01 AM PT

Poll: At Least 11% of Employer-Based Insurance Plans 'Discontinued'

The mainstream media is currently either ignoring ObamaCare's problems or writing happy talk pieces about how it has turned the corner. But out in the real world, an Associated Press-GfK ObamaCare poll reveals that the president's signature piece of legislation is now hurting the lives of a much larger pool of Americans than the media is letting on. A full 69% of those who have private or employer-based insurance will pay more next year, and 11% have been notified that their plan is being "discontinued." Dec 16, 2013 1:01 PM PT

Oscar-Winner Joan Fontaine Dead at 96

Joan Fontaine died Sunday at the age of 96 and after having created something few others ever will: a timeless work of art with her performance in "Rebecca." Dec 16, 2013 10:58 AM PT

Jack Ryan Box-Set Arrives of Bluray: Ranked from Best to Worst

Paramount has released a nifty Bluray boxed-set of the four Jack Ryan movies that came before, and have done so just in time for Christmas. Though the extras are a little skimpy (except for the title no one cares about, "The Sum of All Fears"), the widescreen transfers are gorgeous, as is the sound quality. Here are snap reviews in order of my favorite to least favorite. Dec 16, 2013 8:30 AM PT

WSJ: ObamaCare Site Still Plagued with Errors

Over at The Washington Post, Ezra Klein wrote Friday that the federal ObamaCare site "is on a clear path to functionality" and then went on to ridicule Republicans for opposing it. That might make sense if it were anything close to the truth. Like the Administration, Klein is spewing false propaganda based on a website that works better on the front-end for the voters. On the back-end, however, The Wall Street Journal reports that Healthcare.gov is plagued with the kind of errors that will spell calamity for thousands. Dec 14, 2013 8:23 AM PT

New York's Cultural Elite Blindsided By ObamaCare

If there is at least one benefit of ObamaCare it is watching those who supported nationalizing the purchase of mandated health insurance get their comeuppance. The New York Times reports that "many in New York’s professional and cultural elite" who supported Obama and ObamaCare, and carved themselves out a sweet little health insurance pool "to avoid the sky-high rates in New York’s individual insurance market," are now out in the cold with the rest of us. Dec 14, 2013 7:15 AM PT

Arapahoe High Gunman: Republicans Are the Party of 'Let 'em Die'

Early news reports have identified the Arapahoe High School gunman as Karl Halverson Pierson, an 18-year-old student. Pierson is believed to be responsible for wounding one other student before shooting and killing himself with a shotgun. The Denver Post reports that Pierson had "very strong political beliefs" and that one Facebook post he authored tore into Republicans as political party that wanted to let people die. Dec 14, 2013 5:41 AM PT

Colorado Enacted Tighter Gun Control Laws In July

One sordid ritual that's become commonplace, even as events are still unfolding, has been the media's exploitation of these tragedies to push for tighter gun control laws. That will be more difficult for the media this time. In July, Colorado passed much of the media's gun control wish list. Dec 13, 2013 2:10 PM PT

Media Matters Declares 'Victory' over Fox News

Like a frustrated child who flips over a board game and screams, "I win!", the George Soros-funded, tax exempt Media Matters for America declared victory in its years-long war against Fox News. Although Fox News regularly pulls in more viewers than both of its left-wing counterparts (CNN and MSNBC) combined, and recent polls show that Fox is trusted more than almost every other news source, Media Matters would like its donors to know it has won. Dec 13, 2013 10:47 AM PT

Media Fail: NRA Twice as Popular as Mike Bloomberg

According to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, the NRA is viewed favorably by 39% or those polled, while only 31% view the civil rights organization unfavorably. New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, however, is upside down at 19%-24%. Dec 13, 2013 9:12 AM PT

Phony Fact-Check Site PolitiFact Caught Rewriting Its Own History

Thursday, the fraudulent fact-check site PolitiFact awarded its "lie of the Year" to Barack Obama for his "If you like your insurance you can keep your insurance" ObamaCare sales con. But in order to do so, PolitiFact had to rewrite its own history after they spent three years aiding and abetting Obama by spreading this exact same lie: Dec 13, 2013 8:13 AM PT

White House Press Corps On Transparency: Obama Worse Than Bush

During Thursday's White House press briefing, the press corps erupted in protest over the Obama administration's lack of transparency and media access. The press corps seemed to be in complete agreement that the Obama White House has been less transparent than the Bush White House. Quite a condemnation for the self-described "most transparent administration in history." Dec 12, 2013 11:28 AM PT

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