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'Funny or Die' Gears Up to Sell ObamaCare to Young People

We sure have come a long way from the rebellious Hollywood of the 1960s and 70s; the Hollywood that railed against The Man and conformity, and preached to a generation of young people about the idea of liberty and individualism. In just a few generations the guardians of Hollywood have gone from Easy Riders to "Funny or Die" sell-outs eager to propagandize for Big Government, all in an effort to dupe young people into paying for health insurance they do not need. Sep 21, 2013 9:06 AM PT

CNN Wages War Against GOP After ObamaCare Vote

Watching CNN after the House voted to defund ObamaCare and keep the government running was like watching "Democrat TV: Live." As though they had agreed to every possible Democrat talking point, The Least Trustworthy Name In News immediately savaged Republicans as "radicals," "inmates running the asylum," and a political party that was holding the American economy "for ransom." Sep 21, 2013 7:37 AM PT

McAuliffe Refuses to Condemn Obama's War on Virginia Coal

The headline reads, "McAuliffe avoids position on EPA rules, Cuccinelli dodges on House spending vote," because just like Virginia's Democrat gubernatorial nominee, Terry McAuliffe, the left-wing Washington Post wants to have it both ways. In an article published Friday, the Post tries to mitigate the damage President Obama's new strict carbon emission limits will have on the McAuliffe campaign by also putting a pox on Republican nominee Cuccinelli's house over, bizarrely, DC's ongoing budget battles. Sep 21, 2013 4:58 AM PT

Poll: Media Decisively Lost Gun Control Debate

In a poll released Friday, Rasmussen reports the support for gun control is plummeting as opposition has risen. The poll was taken in the wake of Monday's horrific Navy Yard massacre, and yet only 44% of those polled believe stricter gun controls are necessary--the lowest number in a year. A full 50%, however, believe that more gun laws are not necessary. Overall, only 33% believe increased gun control laws would have stopped the Navy Yard murders. Sep 20, 2013 9:50 AM PT

ObamaCare: Media, GOP Establishment Pile On Ted Cruz as Working Poor Suffer

It is not the middle class who work at Walgreens -- 180,000 of whom just lost their health insurance. It is not the upper-middle class who lost hours at their movie theatre jobs. And it is not the Top 1% stymied and demoralized in a "recovery" that no longer creates full-time jobs. There is simply no question anymore that the victims of ObamaCare are legion, and mostly the working poor--those who live in that fragile place between the shame of welfare and the promise of the American Dream. And these are the people Ted Cruz is facing Hell for. Sep 20, 2013 7:14 AM PT

Poll: Virginia Governor's Race Dead Heat

A Roanoke poll released Thursday backs up what we have seen from other recent pollsters looking at the hotly contested and highly publicized contested governor's race in Virginia. In a poll taken between Sept. 9 and Sept 15, the race is now statistically tied at 35% - 33%, with Democrat Terry McAuliffe holding an insignificant two-point lead over Republican Ken Cuccinelli. Sep 19, 2013 1:13 PM PT

Flashback: New York Times 'Only Newspaper' Obama Reads

Forget the fact that the idea of a sitting president being so myopic, bubbled, and unwilling to consider alternate opinion is a little scary; what all of this might help to explain is why some are wondering if the New York Times is running the White House's frantic and widely criticized Syria policy. Sep 19, 2013 11:26 AM PT

'World War Z' Review: Brad Pitt's Zombie Epic Hits Homerun

The back story of director Marc Forster's "World War Z" should have been the recipe for a calamity of the kind that would replace "Heaven's Gate" as the shorthand for bloated, way-over-budget, star-driven box office disaster. But moviegoers didn't watch star and producer Brad Pitt's years-long battle to bring his zombie epic to the big screen. The customers see only the end product, which they turned into a worldwide smash -- and for good reason: "World War Z" is an intense and intensely satisfying entry into the zombie genre. Sep 19, 2013 9:59 AM PT

Media Lose Interest in Navy Murders Due to Lack of Anti-Gun Narrative

In Thursday's Washington Post, Paul Farhi laments the fact that the mainstream media has already decided to drop the Navy Yard massacre and focus on other things like the "Hiccup Girl Trial" and Britney Spears. Farhi blames many things, including (naturally) racism, but is not at all interested in exploring the real reason for the indifference of his media colleagues: The fact is that the media is never interested in stories that don't offer them political upside. Sep 19, 2013 8:37 AM PT

Obama Administration Backs Down on First Syria Deadline

Thursday's Los Angeles Times reports that the very first deadline created under the U.S.-Russian deal to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons, has already hit a snag. This weekend, Syria is expected to submit a full inventory of its chemical weapons and the facilities that produce them. According to the Times, though, Syria is likely to miss that deadline and the State Department has already "signaled that it would not insist that Syrian President Bashar Assad produce the list Saturday[.]" Sep 19, 2013 7:35 AM PT

Boehner Video: Obama Willing to Negotiate with Putin But Not GOP

While almost all of the mainstream media pretends that calling the GOP's approach to budget negotiations "disastrous" is nothing more than unbiased analysis, House Speaker John Boehner's office released a 68 second video that hits president Obama for his willingness to negotiate with Russian President Vladmir Putin over Syria but not the GOP over the budget. Sep 19, 2013 6:20 AM PT

'Foyle's War Set Seven' Review: Splendid British Series Fights the Cold War

From The Sopranos to Sons of Anarchy to Mad Men, America is not only enjoying an unprecedented Golden Age of Television, but also the rise of the anti-hero; the flawed and even evil protagonist who we  find ourselves rooting for. Our friends in Britain, though, are proving with Foyle's War that a scrupulous protagonist can still make for compelling drama. Sep 18, 2013 11:45 AM PT

Ratings: America Turns to Fox News During Navy Yard Shooting

After years of shrill bias and embarrassing bungles, CNN long ago lost its crown as the Most Trusted Name in News, especially during major national events. Monday, during and after the horrific mass-shooting at the Navy Yard, America once again proved that true. Fox News trounced its competition in both total viewers and 25-54 demo viewers. Sep 18, 2013 9:49 AM PT

Ratings: Only Piers Morgan Lost to MSNBC Night of Shooting

Though Fox News now dominates the cable news ratings during galvanizing national events like Monday's Navy Yard shooting massacre, CNN has of late beat MSNBC for second place; which it did Monday night -- except for Piers Morgan. Although Morgan immediately went into his default position of exploiting a mass-shooting for ratings, his primetime hour is the only one that lost to MSNBC the night of the shooting. Sep 18, 2013 9:21 AM PT


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