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NBC's Chuck Todd Asks About 'Redskins' in Virginia Governor's Debate

During Wednesday night's debate between Virginia gubernatorial candidates Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli, moderator Chuck Todd (of NBC News) closed the debate by pressuring both men on the question of whether or not the Washington Redskins should change their name because "it is offensive to a lot of Native Americans." Sep 26, 2013 10:08 AM PT

The Racially-Motivated Mass-Shooting the Media Doesn't Want to Talk About

When the media can aid Obama's re-election through the fabrication of a divisive and completely phony black vs. white racial narrative, then the media is very interested in hate crimes and American racism. But when the media is handed an actual hate crime that involves a black man accused of gunning down four white people because they are white, the media collectively shrugs because there is no political upside in reporting that. Sep 26, 2013 7:40 AM PT

Poll: 61% Reject Obama; Want Spending Cuts Attached to Debt Ceiling

The White House just issued a statement that there will be no negotiations on the upcoming debt ceiling hike. But by a 2-to-1 margin, the American people disagree. A new Bloomberg poll shows that 61% of voters say “right to require spending cuts when the debt ceiling is raised even if it risks default.” This sentiment is shared by a plurality of Democrats. Sep 26, 2013 5:50 AM PT

Media: The Filibuster Is Only 'Fake' When Ted Cruz Does It

You might remember the media gushing over an eight hour U.S. Senate "filibuster," launched by the openly socialist Bernie Sanders, back in December of 2010. Only it wasn't a filibuster. What Sanders did was exactly what Senator Cruz just did: he gave a long speech -- which is not technically a filibuster. Only the media didn’t care about that distinction in 2010. It was only when Cruz aped Sanders that the media gave birth to the "fake filibuster" narrative. Sep 25, 2013 1:49 PM PT

Politico Tracks Down 'Dr. Seuss Expert' to Trash Cruz

In the wake of Senator Ted Cruz's 21-hour filibuster, in order to ensure his ideas are not heard, the media have focused on his reading the Dr. Seuss book Green Eggs and Ham. But that was just the one-punch. The two-punch was just delivered by Politico: hunting down a "Dr. Seuss expert" to make Cruz's quoting of Dr. Seuss a gaffe of sorts. Sep 25, 2013 12:37 PM PT

NBC News' Kasie Hunt Snarks at Ted Cruz Filibuster

Kasie Hunt isn't with MSNBC. She works for NBC News and presents herself as an objective reporter. This is a tweet she fired off less than a half-hour into Senator Ted Cruz's Tuesday afternoon filibuster of ObamaCare. This is not reporting, it is a snarky, non-sequitur, cheap shot you would expect to be written by someone at the Daily Kos. Sep 24, 2013 12:38 PM PT

Louis C.K. and Smartphones: Pretty Sad What Passes for Wisdom These Days

During an appearance with Conan O'Brien last week, comedian and television star Louis C.K. took five minutes to rail against smartphones. In the days since, the YouTube of the appearance has gone viral to the point where ABC's World  News Tonight picked it up. Practically everyone is raving over the brilliance of the segment, but for the life of me I don't understand why. Sep 24, 2013 10:47 AM PT

Gallup: Belief Federal Government Too Powerful Hits Record High

With the 2014 midterms just a little over a year away and the battle to defund ObamaCare currently unfolding in Congress, Gallup reports that the belief the government is too powerful has hit a record high of 60%, including 38% of Democrats. Only 7% believe the federal government is not powerful enough. Sep 24, 2013 8:36 AM PT

Media Ignore Good Global Warming News

You would think that the recent news about how Global Warming might not be real would be reason to celebrate in every corner of the media; Whoo-hoo we are not doomed! Oddly enough, though, except for some obligatory reporting about Arctic sea ice recovering to levels not seen in 35 years, and the news that the planet actually is not warming, the media almost seem to be covering this good news up. Sep 24, 2013 7:17 AM PT

Washington Post: New York Magazine's Hillary Profile 'Whitewashed Benghazi'

Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple has just launched what he calls a "massive series" that will look at how the media covers Hillary Clinton, who is almost certainly running for president in 2016. The second part of the series (you can read part one here) examines New York Magazine's lengthy profile/interview of the former Secretary of State. In his headline, Wemple accuses the publication of whitewashing Benghazi. Sep 24, 2013 6:41 AM PT

Hasselbeck Lifts Fox; New Lows for CNN's 'New Day'

After week one, Elisabeth Hasselbeck's arrival as one of three co-anchors of Fox and Friends, has given cable's number-one morning show a ratings lift over the previous week and the same week last year: 20% in total viewers, 18% in the 25-54 demo. Sep 24, 2013 6:10 AM PT

Pew Poll: Obama, GOP to Share Blame for Government Shutdown

After weeks of propaganda from Democrats and the media, Pew reports that only 39% would blame Republicans should this current budget battle result in a government shutdown. On the other hand, only a statistically insignificant 3% fewer, 36%, would blame Obama. Sep 23, 2013 10:34 AM PT

Ted Cruz: Conservatives Were 'Embarrassed Voting' For McCain In '08

In an extensive interview with GQ, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz lit into Arizona Republican Senator John McCain saying, "I don't know a conservative who didn't feel embarrassed voting in 2006 or 2008," Cruz told me—a remark that's sure to endear him even more to McCain. "I think the Republican Party lost its way. We didn't stand for the principles we're supposed to believe in." Sep 23, 2013 8:59 AM PT

'Sons of Anarchy' Creator Rips Bozell: 'Your Own Kids F***ing Hate You'

Friday, Media Research Center Founder Brent Bozell, mocked Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter for his claim that a series of ultra-violent scenes in the show's September 10 premiere weren't done for the shock value. Sunday, Sutter responded with an open letter to Bozell that ended with, “You’re a pathetic f*cking douchebag, and I bet your own kids f*cking hate you.” Sep 23, 2013 8:13 AM PT

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