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'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner' (1962) Review: Sturdy Character Study

For a decade that started in the mid-1950s, a movement known as "Free Cinema" didn’t exactly sweep England, but it coincide, borrow from, and influence what became known in France as  cinéma vérité -- a movement that profoundly affected a generation of America directors who came of age in the late sixties and early seventies. May 16, 2013 12:55 PM PT

Obama Calls in Marines

Though the Turkish PM declined Obama's offer of an umbrella, Obama lost that particular game of chicken as he answered a question about the IRS from a Bloomberg reporter. The rain picked up and mid-answer the president finally blinked and asked two nearby Marines to hold umbrellas over himself and his guest. May 16, 2013 10:16 AM PT

'The Moon Is Down' (1943) Review: Compelling Tale of Civilian Wartime Sacrifice

Though not as well known today as those involving battle, during World War II, Hollywood produced a number of memorable wartime dramas that examined the noble sacrifices expected from and being made by those not in uniform. "Mrs. Miniver" is probably the most widely-known, but there is also Jean Renoir's 1943 masterpiece, "This Land Is Mine," Errol Flynn's near-masterpiece, "Edge of Darkness" (1943), Don Ameche's "Happy Land"  (1943), and Jimmy Stewart's "Mortal Storm" (1940). May 16, 2013 9:13 AM PT

Lowry: When It's Their Rights, Media Become Tea Party, NRA

Look at the reaction this week from that very same media in the wake of the Associated Press scandal. Suddenly the media don't like Big Government doing to them what ObamaCare and background checks will do to us. Moreover, the very same media that suggest not trusting the government is a form of extremism, is suddenly demanding a law be passed to shield them from government intrusion. May 16, 2013 7:25 AM PT

Chris Matthews Loses That Tingling Feeling… For Now

This won't last. Chris Matthews is in love with Barack Obama. I'm not being hyperbolic, either. This isn’t about a a man-crush or even partisan worship. What Matthews feels is way beyond that. The "Hardball" anchor is deeply in love with the President. It's not a sexual thing, but it is romantic and unrequited. May 16, 2013 6:41 AM PT

Benghazi Dump: Teleconference Transcript Missing

"Nor do the emails provide a record of the secure video teleconference from September 15 in which the final decisions were ultimately made on what the final version of the talking points would look like. Senior government officials such as the State Department’s director for policy planning, Jake Sullivan, participated in the teleconference." May 16, 2013 5:43 AM PT

White House Refuses Straight Answer to Request for Benghazi Emails

In a tense exchange Wednesday afternoon between Major Garrett of CBS News and White House spokesman Jay Carney, the White House refused to offer a straight answer to Garrett's repeated requests that the Administration release the full email chain surrounding the shaping of the CIA's Benghazi talking points. May 15, 2013 11:17 AM PT

Politifact Knocks Obama for Second False Benghazi Claim

"While the [ARB] did investigate numerous angles of the security issues, it didn’t look at who perpetrated the attack, nor did it probe the administration’s public communications afterward." May 15, 2013 10:26 AM PT

David Axelrod Calls on Obama to Release Libya Emails

Steve Rattner, a former New York Times reporter who believes the biggest scandal of the three currently facing the White House is Benghazi, asked David Axelrod what he believes the Administration should do to try and get out from under the scandal. Axelrod said, "I think they would benefit from getting all these emails out in public." May 15, 2013 5:44 AM PT

Backfire: ABC, CNN, NBC Call for White House to Release Benghazi Emails

An act that was obviously meant to pour water on the Benghazi fire, started by an ABC News report, has only ended up being gasoline. Now both CNN and ABC have joined conservative media in calling for the White House to release all the emails surrounding the editing of the CIA talking points. May 15, 2013 4:34 AM PT

'Brubaker' (1980) Review: Redford Goes to Prison In Above-Average Drama

Though he was 42 at the time, in 1980 Robert Redford still had his boyish good looks, which serve him well as the title character in "Brubaker," a prison drama "suggested" by the true story of a reform-minded warden at war with The System in a Southern prison. May 14, 2013 1:59 PM PT

Video: Jay Carney Caught in Falsehood Over Obama Support of 'Press Protection' Law

NBC's Chuck Todd, who had obviously done his homework, then dropped a nuke on Carney by revealing that, in 2009 as president, Obama changed his mind and "killed" the legislation, even though at the time it likely would have easily passed through both chambers of Congress, which were then controlled by Democrats. May 14, 2013 12:30 PM PT


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