John Nolte

Google+ Profile

Latest News

BuzzFeed's Ben Smith Explains Motive Behind White House Libya Coverup

BuzzFeed's Ben Smith: "This was them trying to save face after something terrible had happened; and to try to prevent the -- what looks to be -- accurate perception that they had not been careful enough in Benghazi -- that they had been sloppy, they had ignored warnings." May 10, 2013 10:11 AM PT

Report: Tabloid TV Editor To Be Named NBC News President

The floundering and willfully dishonest enterprise that is NBC News has apparently found its replacement for the disgraced Steve Capus. According to The New York Times, Deborah Turness, the current head of Britains ITV News, will become the next president of NBC News and the first woman to run a television news division. May 10, 2013 9:25 AM PT

BBC Apologizes for Benghazi Coverage: Hillary In Trouble, 'Heads Will Roll'

"There's little doubt in my mind that this will haunt Hillary Clinton if she decides to run for president, unless she executes some pretty fancy footwork. State department spokesperson Victoria Nuland is directly implicated, and the fingerprints of senior White House aides Ben Rhodes and Jay Carney are there as well." May 10, 2013 8:22 AM PT

ABC News: Obama Admin Scrubbed Terror References in Benghazi Talking Points

ABC News's Jonathan Karl has obtained 12 different versions of the now-infamous CIA talking points, and what he found proves beyond any doubt that the White House and State Department not only knew from the beginning that al-Qaeda was involved in the attack, but that the administration removed all references to Al Qaeda. May 10, 2013 5:13 AM PT

Anonymous CBS Sources Smear Sharyl Attkisson

The unsubstantiated claim that Sharyl Attkisson is "wading dangerously close to advocacy" is a very serious charge against an investigative reporter. But where is the proof? Where are the examples? Did Politico's Dylan Byers ask, or was he just happy to be the instrument that poured the poison into the reputation of a respected journalist who dared step off the Narrative Plantation? May 9, 2013 12:27 PM PT

**Live-Blog** Watchdogging Media Coverage of the Benghazi Hearings

On Tuesday, May 8, three whistle-blowers testified before Congress about what they saw happen during and after the September 11-anniversary attacks that resulted in the murder of four Americans in Libya. This is how the media did (or did not) cover it. May 8, 2013 8:25 AM PT

'Duffy of San Quentin' Review: Interesting But Dull

While I love the poster below, it resembles nothing close to the reality of the actual motion picture it claims to advertise. "Duffy of San Quentin" (1954) is not a searing prison-exploitation film. Instead it is a rather subdued docudrama based on the true story of a reform-minded warden put in charge of a maximum security prison.   May 7, 2013 10:44 AM PT


Breitbart Video Picks

Fox News Politics



From Our Partners