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Media Circle Wagons to Protect Wendy Davis From Bio Falsehoods

It is not as though the media would have to quit their ongoing political assassination of Chris Christie to give the brewing scandal surrounding Texas Democrat Wendy Davis's bio falsehoods the attention it deserves. The media can do two things at once. But other than clearing the way for President-in-waiting Hillary Clinton, the media is desperately circling the wagons to downplay a legitimate scandal that could take down a rising Democrat star. Jan 21, 2014 10:27 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Today's Top 5 News Items

The entertainment multi-nationals that make an obscene fortune forcing hundreds of millions of Americans to pay for dozens of cable channels they will never watch are as terrified of online streaming as the old studio moguls were of television and losing the vertical monopoly of theatre ownership. More bad news for the bad guys today as subscribers to pay channels like HBO and Showtime dipped 4% and Streaming subscribers jumped 4% Jan 21, 2014 9:16 AM PT

Economist Yanks 'Anti-Semitic' Cartoon

The Washington Free Beacon reports that over the weekend The Economist pulled a cartoon that "many observers criticized as anti-Semitic." The cartoon featured Barack Obama chained to an emblem labeled U.S. Congress and featuring two Jewish Stars of David. The cartoon was meant to complement an article about the hurdles Obama faces as he sets out to make a deal with Iran. Jan 20, 2014 1:51 PM PT

Study: Michelle Obama's Birthday Wins Twice the Coverage as Benghazi

The sorry state of our media can be measured and NewsBustsers has done just that with a study that shows the networks spent twice as much time gushing over the First Lady's 50th birthday than they did a devastating bipartisan report on Benghazi released last week by the Senate Intelligence Committee. Jan 20, 2014 1:13 PM PT

Four New Democrat Scandals the Kill-Christie Media's Covering Up

As the media pours all of its resources into paving a path for Hillary Clinton's White House ascension through a group-tackle political assassination of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, there are four major political stories damaging to Democrats that the national media are dismissing, downplaying, or outright covering up. Jan 20, 2014 9:50 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Today's Top 5 News Items

A disastrous opening for "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" could mean that the franchise will lay dormant for another dozen years, or more. "The Sum of All Fears" (2002) was itself an attempted reboot of the franchise after the inexplicable exit of Harrison Ford. The Ben Affleck starrer is widely considered to be a commercial and critical disappointment, which it was, but it made more money than this latest reboot will. Jan 20, 2014 8:21 AM PT

Study: 65-85% Of ObamaCare Enrollees Already Had Insurance

A new study proves that ObamaCare is not decreasing the number of America's uninsured. What we really have here is a ridiculously expensive taxpayer-funded shell game that allows ObamaCare to cancel your insurance, make it more expensive, re-enroll you through the ObamaCare exchanges, and then claim the program is a success and here to stay. Naturally, our pathetic media plays right along. Jan 18, 2014 8:23 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Today's Top 5 News Items

After "Breaking Bad" ended its incredible run on AMC, supporting character Saul Goodman was given his own spin-off series, "Better Call Saul," which premiers in November. Why not give Nick Searcy a "Justified" spin-off with his Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Art Mullen character? Jan 18, 2014 8:01 AM PT

CNN Shakes Up Daytime Schedule

As promised, CNN chief Jeff Zucker is looking for more "attitude" in his daytime programming and has followed through on that promise by reorganizing the chairs on the Titanic. The only surprise in the shake-up is that there is nothing whale-oriented. "New Day" will continue to fail in the 6 - 9 a.m. slot. Here is the new daytime schedule until "The Lead with Jake Tapper" kicks off at 4 p.m. Jan 17, 2014 10:27 AM PT

ABC News: '50 Ways to Celebrate Michelle Obama's Birthday'

Our monarchist media are gushing over Queen Michelle's 50th birthday in a big way. CNN has been broadcasting hagiographic segments all day and has scheduled an hour-long special for tonight titled, "An Extraordinary Journey: Michelle Obama Turns 50." ABC News takes the cake, though, with its fawning listicle titled "50 Ways to Celebrate Michelle Obama's Birthday." Jan 17, 2014 9:33 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Today's Top 5 News Items

As a Christian I am fine with "edgy." There have been a number of terrific R-rated pro-Christian films, including "The Exorcist"(1973), "The Bad Lieutenant" (1992), and "The Rapture" (1991). I am perfectly comfortable with Christian films that aim for wholesome and sincere and just as comfortable with those that take a harsher look at sin and the human condition. Jan 17, 2014 7:01 AM PT

NBC News Fails to Disclose Soros Connection In Shriver Report on Women

The Media Research Center reports that a report promoted heavily by NBC News Special Anchor Maria Shriver was funded by a ultra-left political group funded by George Soros. Earlier this week Shriver was all over NBC News and MSNBC to talk about a study titled "The Shriver Report: A Woman's Nation Pushes Back From the Brink." Jan 16, 2014 2:09 PM PT

Bottom-Rated 'Girls': 'Hit Show,' Lena Dunham 'Queen of Comedy'

About one-third of one-percent of the American population watched the latest season premiere of HBO's "Girls" -- 1.1 million to be exact. Despite the fact that by any measure (including HBO ratings) "Girls" is a low-rated flop, just because the elite media likes it, they will never will never stop selling the show as a "hit" or its star and creator Lena Dunham as the "Queen of Comedy." Jan 16, 2014 12:15 PM PT

5 Things to Know About Hollywood Today

Nine movies were nominated for Best Picture but only one, "Gravity" put a notable number of butts in seats ($256M). "Captain Phillips" and "American Hustle" barely cracked the $100 million mark, which is plenty respectable but that's all. Martin Scorsese's "Wolf of Wall Street" is still in release with an $80 million haul. Following up are "12 Years a Slave" ($39M), "Philomena" ($22M), "Dallas Buyers Club ($16M), "Her" ($10M), "Nebraska" ($8M). Jan 16, 2014 10:03 AM PT

Ratings: CNN's Morning Show Hits New Low

No one wants to write this story, but the simple fact is that CNN is collapsing before our very eyes. The network has no direction, no focus, no discernible mission (other than protecting Democrats), and its already terrible ratings keep getting worse. CNN chief Jeff Zucker's "New Day" is his first-born with the left-wing network, and it is already hitting the kind of lows that got its predecessor, Soledad O'Brien, fired. Jan 16, 2014 7:19 AM PT


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