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RNC Vindicated: CNN Films Hires 'Inconvenient Truth' Vet

Days after the RNC agreed to boycott CNN and NBC/MSNBC when it comes to hosting GOP presidential primary debates, CNN Films made another move that served to vindicate that boycott. As its senior director, CNN just announced the hiring of Courtney Sexton, the force behind a number of left-wing documentaries, including Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth." Aug 19, 2013 1:57 PM PT

West Village Newspaper Publisher Slugs State Senator

George Capsis, the 87 year-old publisher of the West Village's WestView News was not arrested, but he was issued a violation for harassment after he slugged Democrat New York State Senator Brad Hoylman and an activist holding a sign in support of New York City mayoral candidate Christian Quinn. Aug 19, 2013 11:46 AM PT

Chris Matthews Loses 5 PM Slot to Ed Schultz

MSNBC announced Monday that the "Ed Show" will return to weekdays starting August 26. Host Ed Schultz will take the 5pm ET slot, which has been held by "Hardball," host Chris Matthews for years. "Hardball" also broadcasts at 7pm ET, which will be its only broadcast time. Aug 19, 2013 8:57 AM PT

'Elysium' Tanks: Matt Damon New 'King of the Left-wing Flops'

For those wondering how Matt Damon (or anyone) could take away the title of "King of the Left-wing Flops" from George Clooney, just look at the numbers below. Matt Damon is 4-for-4 -- four left-wing flops in just four years. Not for lack of trying, Clooney has never achieved that. Clooney also mitigates the damage he does with mid-level budget films. Damon, on the other hand, likes his flaming balls of left-wing fail to be as spectacularly expensive as possible. Aug 19, 2013 7:30 AM PT

How Oprah Turned OWN Around

On the first day of January in 2011, the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) debuted in 80 million homes. Fifteen months later the network was in complete ruins. OWN's ratings had become a national joke, the network's highest profile star, Rosie O'Donnell, had been fired, and rumors swirled that OWN's backers (Discovery Communications, who had poured $250 million into the venture) -- were prepared to pull the plug. Then Oprah got serious. Aug 19, 2013 5:37 AM PT

Cavalcade (1933) Bluray Review: Noel Coward's Masterpiece Finally Arrives on Home Video

Mostly by his own hand, Noel Coward's carefully crafted image is that of dignified men in tuxedos, elegant women in evening dresses; martinis, drawing rooms, cigarette holders, diamonds, and people who use words like "darling!" and "wonderful!" There was much more to Coward, though. As aloof and carefree as his image was, there were many times he used his work to defend and protect things he cared deeply about -- things that mattered. Aug 17, 2013 8:14 AM PT

CBS News Makes Excuses for Obama's Card Playing During Bin Laden Raid

When Reggie Love, President Obama's ex-assistant, revealed in an interview that the president left the Situation Room during the bin Laden raid to play 15 games of Spades with Love and a few others, the revelation threatened the White House's carefully crafted mythology surrounding that night. Thursday morning, though, it was Norah O'Donnell and Charlie Rose of CBS News to the rescue of that mythology. Aug 17, 2013 7:20 AM PT

RNC Boycott Does Not Extend to All Spanish-Language Television

Despite what you are reading in media reports about how the RNC's long overdue primary debate boycott of CNN and NBC also includes the Spanish-language Telemundo and CNN Espanol, it is important to point out that the boycott does not extend to Telemundo, which is the country's top Spanish-language network. Aug 17, 2013 6:39 AM PT

Daily Beast Memory-Holes Oprah's Swiss Race Hoax

The Daily Beast's Kevin Fallon poured over a thousand words into an article detailing Oprah Winfrey's publicity tour for her new film, "The Butler." Memory-holed from the piece, though, is Oprah's attempt to pull a race hoax on America and the world with her now debunked tale of being discriminated against while attempting to purchase a $38,000 alligator purse in Zurich, Switzerland. Aug 17, 2013 5:40 AM PT

'Charlie Chan Collection' Review: For Chan Completists Only

Now that I am just about 30 months shy of the big 5-0, I can safely say that when it comes to the movies I enjoyed as a child, I have not grown up. Abbott and Costello still put me on the floor, Bugs Bunny still marvels, the Bowery Boys still entertain, and even that two-hour Six-Million Dollar Man Bigfoot episode is still pretty cool. So when Warner Bros. was kind enough to offer me a screener of The Charlie Chan Collection, saying yes was a no-brainer to a kid who spent many a Sunday afternoon enthralled and entertained by the adventures of a Chinese-American detective from Honolulu. Aug 16, 2013 1:57 PM PT

Former Washington Post Ombudsmen: Fire Jennifer Rubin

In an online column for the Washington City Paper, Patrick Pexton, the former-ombudsman for the Washington Post, offered some free advice to the paper's new owner, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Pexton closed his lengthy article with three paragraphs explaining why he felt Post conservative blogger, Jennifer Rubin, should immediately be fired. Aug 15, 2013 10:11 AM PT

Ratings Show 'Meet the Press' Collapse Began With Gingrich/Food Stamp Debacle

In December of 2008, David Gregory took over as the permanent host of NBC's "Meet the Press," the then-41 year-old current affairs show and longest running program on network television. Over two years later, Gregory was in first place and even drawing the same number of viewers as his predecessor, Tim Russert. The beginning of Gregory's ratings fall would finally arrive in May of 2011, when Gregory accused Newt Gingrich of racism for using the words "food stamps" in reference to President Obama. Aug 15, 2013 8:08 AM PT

Media Target the Powerless; Protect Powerful Liars, Bigots & Race Hoaxers

Today, after much of the media chose not to report on Alec Baldwin's reprehensible behavior, he is in talks to join NBC News. Meanwhile, the clown has been banned for life, the president of the organization that hired him has been forced to resign, and the powerful NAACP is demanding a full investigation. Aug 14, 2013 2:32 PM PT

Conservative Columnist Kathleen Parker: 'Hillary Can Save the World'

Kathleen Parker shot to fame in 2008 with her attacks on then-vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin. Immediately afterwards, a columnist practically no one had heard of, became a mainstream media darling. This would be followed by Parker's humiliating failure co-hosting a short-lived CNN show with Eliot Spitzer. Desperate again for the spotlight, Parker went on MSNBC Wednesday to claim Hillary Clinton "can save the world." Aug 14, 2013 10:53 AM PT


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