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Politico to Media: Ignore ObamaCare Launch Problems

When it comes to ObamaCare, Politico, a media outlet that prides itself on being the ESPN/play-by-play of politics, no longer wants to the media report on what is happening at the moment and in real time. Instead, this objective, unbiased, not-at-all-liberal news outlet wants that news downplayed or outright ignored in order to … give ObamaCare a chance. Sep 28, 2013 7:30 AM PT

Shutdown Politics: Media No Longer Champions of Civility and Bipartisanship

Up until just a few days ago, the American media were our country's top cheerleaders for what they describe as "functional government." The highest value in government, according to our media, was "getting things done." And the way to get things done, we were told repeatedly, was through civility, compromise, and bipartisanship. But over the past couple of days, as the prospect of a government shutdown looms closer, the media have completely abandoned those principles. Sep 28, 2013 6:22 AM PT

Video: Compare Wolf Blitzer's Carney and Bachmann ObamaCare Interviews

Thursday, during an interview about ObamaCare, CNN's Wolf Blitzer was a pussycat who was obviously unprepared (or unwilling) to rebut White House spokesman Jay Carney. When Blizter wants to, though, we know he can be a tough interviewer, because we saw that today as he aggressively hectored Republican congresswoman Michele Bachmann over the very same subject. Sep 27, 2013 12:01 PM PT

If Government Shuts Down, Media will Rediscover the Common Man

If the ongoing budget battles result in a government shutdown next week, America's unbiased, objective-not-at-all-liberal media will suddenly rediscover how effective it can be to "give the little people a voice," as we are sure to be flooded with sob stories about those inconvenienced by the evil, do-nothing GOP and their government shutdown. Sep 27, 2013 9:33 AM PT

Anti-Science CNN Ignores Cessation of Global Warming, Increase In Arctic Ice

What the anti-science CNN is withholding from its audience, though, is the good news that there actually is no Global Warming. Global temperatures have not increased for fifteen years. Moreover, we have just learned that the Antarctic sea ice is at its highest level in 35 years. Sep 27, 2013 8:37 AM PT

Seymour Hersh Rips US Media: 'Carrying Water for Obama'

Left-wing journalist Seymour Hersh, a living legend with the American mainstream media, states the obvious in a new interview with The Guardian: That when it comes to Obama, the American media's unrequited crush on the president has turned them into useless fanboys and water carriers. Sep 27, 2013 7:49 AM PT

Politico's Lead Taunts GOP with Cowardly Lion, Segregationist

Reading Politico's Friday lead piece, "The GOP Should Just Do It," on my iPhone this morning, I simply assumed it was an editorial. The tone is so partisan, inflammatory, and derisive, the thought that such a thing would be presented as "journalism" by Politico never crossed my mind. But in Politico's left-wing world, comparing the GOP to the Cowardly Lion and claiming Republicans are less reasonable than a segregationist, is what now passes for journalism. Sep 27, 2013 5:51 AM PT

Obama Rips Fox News During Health Care Pitch

During a Thursday speech pitching a health care plan that seems to grow even more unpopular every time he pitches it, President Obama tore into Fox News by all-but accusing them of lying about the increased costs of health care under ObamaCare. Sep 26, 2013 1:40 PM PT

South Park Rips MSNBC's 'Free Pass' for Alec Baldwin's Homophobia

While the media destroyed Paula Deen for something she said three decades ago and manufactured evidence to portray the Hispanic George Zimmerman as both white and racist, at the very same time this very same media gave left-wing actor Alec Baldwin a total pass for publicly spewing homophobic threats and slurs at a gay reporter. On top of that, MSNBC, a leftwing network that poses as gay-friendly, awarded Baldwin an anchor position within weeks of his homophobic outburst. Sep 26, 2013 12:31 PM PT

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

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