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New York Times Devolves into Luxury Product for Elite Few

"The future of good newspapers is expensive. The products that once were a metaphor for the democratization of information— remember the Penny Press?—are evolving into luxury products for high-end consumers." Apr 27, 2013 8:29 AM PT

WaPo Rips Politico as a He-Man Woman Haters Club

Whereas I saw Politico and Byers committing the sin of hyping a non-story, much of the left-wing media saw sexism-on-parade. Apparently, within the media-collective, Politico is seen as something of a men's club where women staffers have a hard time surviving. Apr 27, 2013 7:31 AM PT

Brokaw Rips White House Correspondents Dinner: 'We're Versailles'

In a word, the White House Correspondents Dinner is a grotesque display of "journalists" yukking it up and slapping the backs of those in power they are supposed to hold accountable. Just as grotesque is watching the same gilded media who protect Obama from his failed economy, celebrate their own corrupt one-percent selves as the poverty they willfully ignore explodes all around them. Apr 26, 2013 12:16 PM PT

Test: Are You a True Keurigian?

I don't know about y'all, but the Kuerig coffeemaker has become as much a part of my family as, say, a child. The absolutely perfect coffee aroma that wafts through the house as piping hot water streams through a Newman's Own K-cup… it just doesn't get any better than that. Well, except for the taste. Apr 26, 2013 11:12 AM PT

George Jones and 'The Star Spangled Banner'

Never in my life have I heard a rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner" that's come close. As so many other have, Jones did not use the song's range to show off his own. Jones' interpretation was simple, eloquent, understated, and powerful enough to remain in my admittedly awful memory after almost 20 years. Apr 26, 2013 8:13 AM PT

The Media Matters Frenzy to Discredit Breitbart's Pigford Investigation

Friday morning, Breitbart's cause on behalf of those black farmers who had been legitimately discriminated against was fully vindicated on page A1 of the New York Times. Breitbart News' editor-in-chief has more on that here, but right now Media Matters is standing naked with egg all over their corrupt faces, and let us hope the rest of the media takes notice. Apr 26, 2013 7:31 AM PT

White House on Syria: We'll Follow UN's Lead

Politico reports that the White House has announced its intent to call for a "comprehensive United Nations investigation” and the need to “establish all the facts” before Washington decides how to proceed. Apr 25, 2013 12:46 PM PT

Jake Tapper's CNN Ratings On the Rise

TV Newser reports that "The Lead with Jake Tapper" is "up +28% in total viewers and up +62% in the demo compared to the same period last year on CNN." The 4pm ET program now averages 689k total viewers and 209k in the 25-54 demo. We'll have to wait and see how things look after the news settles down, but this jump is still worthy of note. Apr 25, 2013 11:07 AM PT

Obama Administration Believes Syria Launched Chemical Attack

Thursday morning, the Associated Press reported that newly-installed Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told a group of reporters in Abu Dhabi that it was likely that the current Syrian regime had used chemical weapons on a "small scale," adding, "It violates every convention of warfare." Apr 25, 2013 9:26 AM PT

New York Times Ad Revenue Takes Dive

Bloomberg reports that the Times is banking on a move to digital subscriptions to make up for declining advertising revenue.In the first quarter of 2013, that plan has failed miserably. Advertising revenue plummeted 11%, while subscription sales rose by only 6.5%. Apr 25, 2013 8:09 AM PT

Poll: Fox Most Believable; CNN Least Believable

When asked how believable the news was on CNN during coverage of the Boston bombings, only 38% said it was "very" or "somewhat believable." MSNBC fared even worse at 35%. Fox News, however, beat all five of its cable and broadcast competitors with a 50% ranking. Apr 25, 2013 7:09 AM PT

Report: Federal Judge Compromised Investigation By Prematurely Mirandizing Tsarnaev

Dzokhar Tsarnaev, the man suspected of being a co-conspirator in the Boston Marathon bombings, was mirandized after only 16 hours of questioning. According to Fox News, FBI officials were "stunned" when federal District Court Judge Marianne Bowler arrived at the hospital and read Tsnarnaev his rights. Sources told Fox News that this premature action might have hurt the investigation. Apr 25, 2013 5:10 AM PT

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