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United Nations Demands Answers from Obama Admin on George Zimmerman

In an article published this week at UN News Centre, Mutuma Ruteere, a "special reporter on racism," wrote that a group of UN experts is calling on the Obama administration to finish a review that will decide whether or not George Zimmerman will face federal civil rights charges for the 2012 shooting death of teenager Trayvon Martin. Sep 5, 2013 10:20 AM PT

CNN Falsely Spins Weiner's Meltdown as Defense of Wife

Just like NBC did earlier Thursday, CNN has also decided to manufacture a provably false claim that New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner's viral meltdown Wednesday was actually a chivalrous defense of his wife. Watch the full CNN segment below. Sep 5, 2013 9:29 AM PT

Syria: Pelosi Sends Second Letter of Appeal to Dems

NBC's Chris Matthews believes Democrats will have to "sacrifice men and women who really, really don’t want to vote for this" in order to "save the president's hide" when it comes to President Obama's face-saving push for the Congressional approval to go to war with Syria. First Read reports that the left is Obama's only hope in Congress. And now House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has had to send a second letter of appeal to her caucus in just three days. Sep 5, 2013 8:07 AM PT

NBC News Falsely Claims Weiner 'Defending His Wife' in Meltdown Video

New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner melted down in front of the whole world Wednesday after the disgraced ex-Congressman's confrontation with a Jewish voter was caught on video. NBC's First Read had a rather bizarre and completely false interpretation of what happened, claiming that Weiner was "defending his wife." Sep 5, 2013 6:58 AM PT

NPR Media Reporter Rips NPR Over South Dakota 'Kidnapping' Smear

In the fall of 2011, National Public Radio (an entity subsidized by American tax dollars) aired a three-part series that accused the state government of South Dakota of kidnapping America Indian children in order to place them in foster care all in an effort to win federal dollars. Last month, NPR's ombudsman blistered the network for their phony story. Last weekend, NPR's own media reporter, Bob Garfield, took the network to task. Sep 5, 2013 6:25 AM PT

'Peter Pan Return To Never Land' Review: For Kids Only

Almost 50 years after the release of the original "Peter Pan," in 2002, Disney went back to the well with the sequel, "Return to Never Land." Unlike many of Disney's sequels to their classics released around this same time, "Return" was a theatrical release, and it shows in the quality of the animation. Unfortunately, the story is lacking, and not just when compared to the original.  It is busy and pleasant enough, though, to hold the attention of the kiddies. Sep 4, 2013 1:42 PM PT

Black Homeownership Hits 18 Year Low

In a report released Tuesday, Bloomberg reports that black homeownership has collapsed to an 18 year low. Bloomberg buries this brutal fact under a nonsensical headline that makes it look like a local Chicago story: "Black Homeownership Dying Where Obama Revitalized." But four paragraphs down we not only learn about the collapse in the black homeownership rate, but that it is now almost half that of whites. Sep 4, 2013 12:39 PM PT

Anthony Weiner Explodes at Jewish Voter

During a campaign stop Wednesday, New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner lost his temper with a Jewish voter who criticized the disgraced congressman's decision to stay in the public eye after the revelations about his sexual deviancy. Collapsing in the polls, an obviously frustrated and defensive Weiner tried to make a "nobody's perfect and who are you to judge" argument. Again and again, Weiner asked the man, "Who are you to judge?" and told the man to "Go visit your rabbi.": Sep 4, 2013 11:09 AM PT

DVD Review: Hildegard Withers Mystery Collection

Sequels and franchises aren't anything new to Hollywood. They just didn't dominate the film business the way they do today. Whether it was adventure serials like Flash Gordon and Tarzan, or the Bowery Boys, Andy Hardy, and Blondie and Dagwood, moviegoers have always been ready to spend time with beloved characters in a new adventure. Sep 4, 2013 10:29 AM PT

Liz Cheney: 'Newspapers Are Dying, and That’s Not a Bad Thing'

Tuesday night, Liz Cheney spent 90 minutes before a crowd of about 150 Wyoming Tea Party members and had some choice words about the news media, specifically a local newspaper that accused her of a "high misdemeanor" over a fishing license. Sep 4, 2013 8:03 AM PT

Report: Memory Loss Forces Jack Nicholson to Retire

It has been three years since Jack Nicholson last appeared on screen and now Radar Online is reporting that the three-time Oscar winner has retired from acting due to a failing memory that makes it impossible for him to remember his lines. Radar's source says Nicholson will continue to be a public figure, just not on film. Sep 4, 2013 6:25 AM PT

Kerry to Code Pink: 'When I Was 27 I Had Similar Feelings'

During his testimony Tuesday before the Senate about the U.S. intervening in Syria, as Secretary of State John F. Kerry finished his opening statement, Code Pink's Medea Benjamin started an intentional ruckus, shouting, "Secretary Kerry, the people do not want" war with Syria! As security hauled her out, Kerry talked about how he agreed with her "the first time I testified before this committee" when he was 27-years old, forty-two years ago. Sep 3, 2013 1:22 PM PT

Reporters on Relationship with Romney Campaign: 'Toxic,' 'Spiteful,' 'Sh*tty'

A print reporter who traveled with the Romney campaign and, obviously, all the other reporters covering Romney, went even further and told Hamby that the hatred of Romney's campaign staff was so bitter that he was "hard pressed to name a reporter on that [campaign] plane who wanted to see Romney win and spend the next four years working with those people and covering that term." Sep 3, 2013 11:31 AM PT

WaPo Owner: 'No Business Can Continue to Shrink…Before Irrelevancy Sets In'

In a Tuesday interview with his new acquisition, the multi-billionaire made clear that when it comes to spending money to turn things around, his patience is not infinite and the status quo is a non-starter: “It’s important for The Post not just to survive, but to grow,” he said. "No business can continue to shrink. That can only go on for so long before irrelevancy sets in.” Sep 3, 2013 9:55 AM PT

Words Not in NYT's Story on Hasan Verdict: Terror, Islam, Allah Akbar

In its 1000-word Friday report covering the guilty verdict handed down to Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army psychiatrist who went on a shooting rampage at Fort Hood that killed 13 and wounded 32, nowhere will you find the words "Islam," "terror," "terrorism," or "Allah Akbar." You also won't find the words "al Qaeda" or "Anwar al-Awlaki." Aug 23, 2013 12:25 PM PT


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