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Oscar Snubs Oprah

The Academy announced its 2013 Oscar nominations Thursday. Notable snubs included Robert Redford and Tom Hanks for Best Actor. The most surprising snub, though, was directed at Oprah Winfrey, who seemed like a sure thing for her work in "Lee Daniels' The Butler." Jan 16, 2014 5:51 AM PT

'Spanglish' ObamaCare Site 'Insults Hispanics'

Writing in USA Today, Daniel Garza, executive director of the conservative-leaning LIBRE Initiative, tore into the Obama Administration over the handling of ObamaCare, especially as it pertains to Hispanic outreach. Not only was the launch "two months late," Garza writes, "The The finished product turned out to be more punchline than health care portal." Jan 15, 2014 12:53 PM PT

September 11 Terror Attacks Inspire New Jack Ryan to Serve Country

In a fairly positive review of "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit," Paramount's latest reboot of Tom Clancy's CIA hero, The Hollywood Reporter's Todd McCarthy reveals that this origin story depicts a young Jack Ryan (Christopher Pine) as inspired to serve his country by the September 11 Twin Tower terror attacks. Ryan's first step is to quit college. He then enlists for active duty in Afghanistan. Jan 15, 2014 10:06 AM PT

Politico Ramps Up Personal Attacks Against Wapo's Wemple

Politico's two-month battle to dismiss, mock, downplay, and ridicule a meticulously researched Washington Post report alleging that Politico's Mike Allen gives favorable coverage to advertisers, just ramped up a notch with Allen himself finally commenting. As has been the case since day one, though, Allen stuck to the, uhm, playbook, which is to avoid specific allegations and hurl vitriol at Erik Wemple, the Post reporter who dropped the bombshell. Jan 15, 2014 7:38 AM PT

Springsteen, Fallon Mock Christie With 'Born to Run' Parody

The friendship between Chris Christie and Bruce Springsteen appears to be fair-weather, at least as far as Springsteen is concerned. Tuesday night on Jimmy Fallon's late night show, the rocker mocked Christie with his signature Jersey hit "Born to Run." Jan 15, 2014 5:23 AM PT

Politico/WaPo Editors To Meet Over Playbook Payola Scandal

It has been over two-months since Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple dropped a bombshell on Politico with a meticulously researched report that alleges Politico's influential Playbook editor, Mike Allen, rewards advertisers with glowing coverage. The response from Politico thus far has been to dismiss, downplay, and ignore Wemple's reporting as "nonsense." Jan 14, 2014 1:11 PM PT

Ex-NY Times Editor Keller to Cancer Patient: 'Going Gently' Saves Money

Lisa Bonchek Adams is currently hospitalized and being treated for Stage IV breast cancer. Since her diagnosis in October of 2012 at the age of 37, this mother of three has been blogging and tweeting about what she has been through mentally, personally, physically, and medically. For a chilling and revealing reason, former New York Times editor Bill Keller has a big problem with this. Jan 14, 2014 11:33 AM PT

Media Doesn't Want Accurate ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers

As I write this Chuck Todd is using his MSNBC show "The Daily Rundown' to spread the fabricated myth that 2.2 million Americans "enrolled" in ObamaCare. This isn't true and if Todd doesn't know it isn't true he is not a tenth as smart as I think he is. Sadly, Todd's willingness to spread government propaganda without qualification is not unique among a media that obviously doesn't want to push for the release of accurate ObamaCare enrollment numbers. Jan 14, 2014 7:45 AM PT

'Newsroom' Cancelled Despite 2X as Many Viewers as 'Girls'

There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. Elites are controlling the transmission. If Elites wish to watch Lena Dunham naked, we will renew "Girls" despite humiliating ratings. If Elites wish to kill "Newsroom," we will despite the fact it pulls in almost four times as many viewers as "Girls." Jan 14, 2014 6:13 AM PT

Feinstein Rejects 'New York Times' Benghazi Report

It isn't just Republicans and fair-minded journalists who believe The New York Times relied too heavily on militants to make the claim al Qaeda had nothing to do with the murder of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11, 2012. Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein, the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is also rejecting the Times' reporting. Jan 14, 2014 5:36 AM PT

USA Today Blasts ObamaCare's War Against Little Sisters of the Poor

The Editorial Board of USA Today tore into the Obama Administration Monday over ObamaCare's war against Catholics, specifically the Little Sisters of the Poor -- a group of nuns who, thanks to the president's contraception mandate, will either have to violate their religious conscience or face financial ruin. Jan 13, 2014 1:15 PM PT

NBC's Lauer to Gates: 'Dangerous or Dishonorable' to Criticize Obama?

For five full years we watched Democrats and the mighty force of the mainstream media do everything in its power to "call into question" President George W. Bush's leadership as commander-in-chief while tens, and even hundreds of thousands of troops were "in harm's way." Back then, it was a vicious media blood sport and unrelenting. Today, however, if just one person, like former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, dares to do the same to President Obama, suddenly NBC's Matt Lauer is wondering if such a thing is "dangerous or dishonorable." Jan 13, 2014 11:26 AM PT

Slate: Lena Dunham Often Nude Because 'Larger Context'

This dumb controversy might all be a ruse to help boost the humiliating ratings of HBO's "Girls," but beyond my comprehension is how a ton of publicity around the fact that a not-very-attractive woman is frequently nude on the show is supposed to draw viewers. Regardless, the heat is still on the Wrap TV critic Tim Molloy who questioned the need for Lena Dunham's frequent and random nudity. Now Slate has piled on to explain that the critic is a pig and that the nudity is necessary just because. Jan 13, 2014 10:05 AM PT

Reuters Dismisses Pope's Abortion Opposition as 'Nod to Conservatives'

Red State's Erick Erickson calls it "the stupidest headline and premise of a story ever." Hot Air's Ed Morrissey describes "pretty much every word" of the article itself as "nonsense." While I agree completely with them both, what I also see in the Reuters headline, premise, and story about Pope Francis describing abortion as "horrific," is another example of a yearning the secular leftist media has to feel accepted by the Pope and the Church. Jan 13, 2014 8:06 AM PT

Dems Agree to $9 Billion Food Stamp Cut

Representative Steny Hoyer (D-MD) told C-SPAN's "Newsmakers" programs that some Democrats are supportive of and will vote for a $9 billion cut in the federal food stamp program known as SNAP (the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). "If that is the figure, and if other matters that are still at issue can be resolved, I think the bill will probably pass, and it will pass with Democratic — some Democratic — support," Hoyer said Thursday. Jan 11, 2014 8:17 AM PT

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