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Garcetti Expects $400 Million In Hollywood Corporate Welfare

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti returned from a trip to Sacramento and announced that he expects somewhere around $400 in corporate welfare for Hollywood to be approved by the state legislature. Currently, Hollywood enjoys $100 million corporate welfare. Since taking office, the Mayor has been lobbying to increase this redistribution of wealth from the everyday working class to Tinseltown's Top 1%. Aug 14, 2014 7:10 AM PT

Arrested WaPo Reporter Slams Scarborough for 'Sipping His Starbucks Smugly'

Wesley Lowery, the Washington Post reporter briefly arrested Wednesday night in Ferguson, MO, while covering the civil unrest that followed the police shooting of Michael Brown, slammed Joe Scarborough as "smug" after the MSNBC host criticized him and another arrested reporter for not doing what the police asked. Aug 14, 2014 6:07 AM PT

Democrat Poll: McConnell Surges, Up 5 Over Grimes

Just last month, Democrat pollster Public Policy Polling (PPP) showed Kentucky Democrat Allison Grimes up 2 points over incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell. A new PPP poll released Tuesday shows a McConnell surge of 7 points. The Republican is now up 5 points, 47% to 42%. Aug 13, 2014 1:02 PM PT

Shadow Campaign: Handful of Activists Responsible for Anti-Limbaugh Crusade

In a wide-ranging interview with All Access, Clear Channel Networks president Darren Davis claims that after an exhaustive investigation into the social media campaign against talk radio titan Rush Limbaugh and his advertisers, they found that 70% of the attacks were coming from just 10 highly organized individuals. Aug 13, 2014 11:23 AM PT

Hollywood Tries to Save Senate for Democrats

With the United States Senate looking more and more like it will fall into Republican hands next year, the usual-usuals in Hollywood are pouring thousands of dollars into campaign coffers in the hopes of turning it around. Aug 13, 2014 10:05 AM PT

Lauren Bacall: Eternal in Black and White

Nervous, unsure of herself, in way over head, and sporting the smoky voice Hawks demanded, this teenager walked on screen, leaned against a door, asked for a match, and sent a bolt of lightning up the spine of every red blooded heterosexual male in America, including her co-star. All it took was countless takes (she kept dropping the tossed matchbox) and four little words: "Anybody got a match?" Aug 13, 2014 8:47 AM PT

Unbundling Cable: Would You Pay to Watch NBC?

Senate Commerce Committee chairman Democrat Jay Rockefeller and the committee's top Republican, Sen. John Thune, took a baby step towards unbundling cable television. The idea is to give customers victimized by soaring cable bills a break by allowing them to pick and choose which broadcast networks they are willing to pay for. The bill would not affect or unbundle cable networks, just networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, etc. that are available for free through the airwaves with an antennae. Aug 12, 2014 1:24 PM PT

Police: Robin Williams Hanged Himself with Belt

Williams was found by his personal assistant around 10:30 am local time. When discovered, Williams was already dead and in a seated position slightly suspended by the belt wrapped around his neck attached to a closet frame or knob. Police also said Williams tried to slit his wrists and found a small knife near his body. Aug 12, 2014 11:27 AM PT

Desperate Montana Dems Try to Draft Jeff Bridges For Senate

Now that a devastating plagiarism has caused Democrat John Walsh to drop out his bid to hold on to his U.S. Senate seat in Montana, desperate Democrats have started an online petition to draft Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges. Aug 12, 2014 10:32 AM PT

Robin Williams: It Was All Right There In His Eyes

This quiet, unspoken … call it melancholy … is what gave even Williams' most cloying and mawkish characters a depth that no other actor could. It was a crucial part of his screen presence, the inner-life that separates television actors from movie actors. After being blindsided by the news of his death Monday night, I suspect the eyes of Robin William will forever take on a whole new poignancy. Aug 12, 2014 7:59 AM PT

Huffington Post Lies About Border Poll Results

For a story about a poll that shows only 13% of Americans want the children in this recent flood of illegals to be allowed to stay in America, The Huffington Post wrote this headline: "Most Americans Believe Migrant Children Should Be Allowed To Remain In U.S., Poll Shows." Aug 11, 2014 10:58 AM PT

Reuters Misleads About Results of Own Border Poll

Reuters commissioned a border poll and obviously didn't care for the results. When you are Reuters, though, that's not a problem. You simply bury the inconvenient numbers under a misleading headline that reads, "Obama vow to speed deportation of children at odds with public opinion" -- even though the poll says nothing of the sort. Aug 11, 2014 10:32 AM PT

In Defense of Ann Coulter

Ann Coulter's most recent column calling Kent Brantley, the Christian missionary/doctor suffering from Ebola, "idiotic" for going to Africa in the first place, has produced a ton of blowback.  Much of that blowback has come from her fellow conservatives -- some of it thoughtful, some not so much. Aug 11, 2014 9:27 AM PT

BaldGate: WaPo Trolls Someone Named 'Mario' Rubio

The Washington Post can't be bothered to look into the IRS or Benghazi scandals. But in the midst of celebrating the 40th anniversary of President Nixon's resignation, the Post shows just how far it has fallen since the halcyon days of Watergate by trolling Republican Senator Marco Rubio. The headline and story can't even get his name correct. Aug 11, 2014 6:25 AM PT


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