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Woman Featured In ObamaCare Ad Forced to Cancel Employees' Insurance

CBS This Morning's Charlie Rose sets up the segment with the words that should put a chill down the spine of every American, "CBS News is learning that another promise by the government isn't holding up. Some who get their insurance through work are losing their coverage." Nov 26, 2013 5:54 AM PT

ObamaCare: Local Media Goes Where Mainstream Media Won't

The owner of the realty company cancer patient Debra Fishericks works for says that because ObamaCare resulted in the cancellation of the policy she offered her employees, and the replacement is too expensive, she can no longer afford to offer her employees that benefit. This means that come June, Fishericks will be forced onto the ObamaCare exchange to fend for herself like millions of others. Nov 25, 2013 1:59 PM PT

Regulators, Hollywood Cover Up Plague of Animal Abuse

According to an in-depth and potentially game-changing expose' in The Hollywood Reporter, the credit you see at the end of movies and television shows that reassures with "No Animals Were Harmed," is nothing close to reliable. Corruption, cover-ups, and outright dishonesty plague an American Humane Association (AHA) that has apparently allowed itself to be co-opted by a Hollywood that is much more concerned with getting it on film than protecting innocent animals. Nov 25, 2013 11:04 AM PT

NBC News Mocks Idea of ObamaCare Politics Behind Iran Deal

Forget about the politics for a second -- forget about who is right and who is wrong. What exactly does NBC News' First Read think it is accomplishing journalistically by openly ridiculing those who believe the Obama administration's deal with Iran is a political move meant to distract from ObamaCare. There is no reporting in NBC's ridicule; just opinion, mockery and pushback from NBC News. Nov 25, 2013 9:20 AM PT

Daily Kos Diarist: My College Betrayed By ObamaCare 'Marketing Slogans'

Mike Convente, a left-wing Daily Kos diarist and a representative on the University of Pennsylvania health care committee, took to the pages of Kos to complain about the "law of unintended consequences" of ObamaCare. Convente is also upset that Obama's "marketing slogans … turned out to be not so correct." Nov 23, 2013 8:42 AM PT

White House Flips 'Middle Finger' to Photojournalist Complaints

This week, 38 members of the mainstream media filed an official complaint with Press Secretary Jay Carney over the fact that the White House has repeatedly snubbed them when it comes to photos. Rather than rely on photojournalists, the Obama administration likes to release its own photos of President Obama in action. The unofficial White House response to this complaint was what member of the media called the "middle finger." Nov 23, 2013 8:11 AM PT

Box Office: 'Hunger Games' on Pace to Break November Record

"Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is currently on pace to break the record for the biggest November opening of all-time, The previous record holder is 2009's "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," that brought in $142 million. Analysts predict the "Hunger Games" sequel will stick a landing at somewhere around $145 million. The is just a little short of the $152 million opening for the first "Hunger Games." Nov 23, 2013 7:31 AM PT

Report: Katie Couric Out at ABC, Crash Lands Online

The Hollywood Reporter reports that left-wing journalist and talk show host Katie Couric's career flop is now complete. Her association with ABC News is ending a year early and her ABC daytime talk show is almost certain to be canceled after its second season run. Couric, who once enjoyed the dizzying heights as co-host of NBC's "Today Show" and anchor of the "CBS Evening News," will now host a talk show for Yahoo … online. Nov 23, 2013 6:52 AM PT

Time Editor Blames Romney for Media's Failure to Scrutinize ObamaCare

Laura Ingraham pressed Time's Mark Halperin to explain why he and his colleagues refused to scrutinize ObamaCare for three years or take Republican warnings (all of which are proving true) seriously. To his credit, Halperin didn’t dodge the fact that the media failed to do its job. He did, though, rather bizarrely blame Mitt Romney and Republicans for it. Nov 22, 2013 1:51 PM PT

Reporter Mocks Suicide of Katherine Harris' Husband

Michelle R. Jones is the Director of Breaking News for the Alabama Media Group. When the tragic news broke earlier this week that the husband of former Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris had committed suicide, Jones tweeted out a link to the left-wing Talking Points Memo article reporting what had happened, and added the hashtag "#hangingchad. Nov 22, 2013 10:44 AM PT

Poll: ObamaCare Favorable Rating With Democrats Plummets to 55%

The Kaiser Foundation has been tracking public approval of ObamaCare going back to April of 2010. The poll's latest results hit some new records, and none of them are good news for the White House. Only 33% have a favorable view of the president's signature piece of legislation; that's a record low. Forty-nine percent have an unfavorable view, which is only two-points off the record. Most striking is that approval among Democrats has plummeted 15 points, from 70% to 55%. Nov 22, 2013 9:04 AM PT

Streaming Revolution: Viewers Flee MTV, Comedy Central

In the month of October, two cable channels that cater almost exclusively to young people lost viewers by double digits. Comedy Central's primetime audience dropped 19%, MTV's 32%. In average daily viewership, Comedy Central is down 10%, MTV 18% There are probably many reasons for this, but my guess is that streaming is a big one. Nov 22, 2013 7:50 AM PT

'JFK Ultimate Edition' Review: Oliver Stone's Brilliant, Audacious Lie

Spike Lee's "Malcolm X" (1992) holds my top spot, but Oliver Stone's "JFK" (1991) is undoubtedly my second favorite film of the 1990s. When I first saw this masterpiece, I was still a liberal and therefore bought into its every deceit, fabrication, half-truth, and outright lie. Since growing up, I must say that Stone's hysterical attempt to rewrite an assassin and a president into something today's Left can live with, has lost none of its power to enthrall and entertain. Nov 21, 2013 12:40 PM PT

Washington Post: Politico's Pay for Playbook

Politico and one of its star reporters, Mike Allen, now find themselves at the wrong end of a thorough evisceration courtesy of Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple. Allen and Politico appear to have been caught red-handed in what might be described as pay-for-play or "native advertising"; the dark art of "special interests that pay for slots in the [Politico] newsletter get[ting] adoring coverage elsewhere in the playing field of 'Playbook.'” Nov 21, 2013 9:34 AM PT

ObamaCare Forces Woman Into Welfare Program

Thursday, in the Wall Street Journal, Nicole Hopkins tells the heartbreaking and infuriating story of how the injustice that is ObamaCare forced her mother, 52 year-old Charlene Hopkins, on to the welfare program known as Medicaid. Yes, forced. First, ObamaCare canceled a policy she was happy with, and then the ObamaCare exchange tricked her into signing up for Medicaid by making that her only option. Nov 21, 2013 7:22 AM PT


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