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CNN Pressures Zimmerman Jury to 'Answer Questions Publicly'

For reasons no one with an IQ above room temperature needs spelled out, both federal and state laws protect the anonymity of jurors. Monday morning on CNN, though, anchor Carol Costello said, "I understand [the jury's desire to remain anonymous] during trial, but after the trial when everything is over -- we live in a transparent society, should jurors remain anonymous?" This, as the chyron screamed about the "countless questions" that remain unanswered. Jul 15, 2013 7:30 AM PT

Nancy Grace Still Falsely Claiming Zimmerman Said 'F**king Coon'

A full fifteen months after CNN's audiotape enhancement debunked Zimmerman's use of the word "coon," Nancy Grace, the star and face of CNN's sister network Headline News, is still falsely telling viewers that Zimmerman described Trayvon as a "f**king coon." Moreover, HLN didn't even bleep out the phrase. Jul 15, 2013 6:55 AM PT

Morning Joe: Six Panelists, One Zimmerman Opinion

The Morning Joe panel consisted of co-host Mika Brzenisnki, the Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart, Carl Bernstein, Meet the Press host David Gregory, Mike Barnicle, and Jon Meacham. Though all puffed themselves as courageous in speaking their "racial truths," the courage to invite even one person who might disagree was non-existent. Jul 15, 2013 5:38 AM PT

Washington Post: Trayvon 'African American', Zimmerman 'White Father'

In the media's continuing zeal to insert a racial narrative into an event where no evidence of any kind exists that points to race as a factor, as late as Monday, The Washington Post refused to identify George Zimmerman as Hispanic. Instead, the Post writes, "Zimmerman, who has a white father and a Peruvian mother[.]" Jul 15, 2013 5:12 AM PT

Bill Clinton: MSNBC 'Our Version Fox News'

In an interview with Esquire Magazine, former president Bill Clinton said that he was watching MSNBC for a bit and realized, "Boy, it really has become our version of Fox." Jul 13, 2013 9:23 AM PT

Timeline: How the Press Prosecuted Zimmerman While Stoking Racial Tensions

As we await the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, the Florida man who claims to have shot and killed teenager Trayvon Martin in self-defense, this seems the perfect time to reflect on the media's cynical and dishonest role in turning a local crime into a national obsession. Jul 13, 2013 8:55 AM PT

Politico Rips MSNBC's Chris Hayes Over Ratings,' 'A** Face' Comment

Thursday evening, MSNBC's Chris Hayes ripped into the GOP by summarizing a statement made by Republicans leaders as hating the "ass face" of Obama or Hispanics or Americans. [video below]. Politico's Dylan Byers ripped into Hayes, mocking the moment as "constructive dialogue" and reminding readers that Hayes' weekend show was "a destination for smart, substantive conversation." Jul 12, 2013 8:29 AM PT

Olbermann In Talks For Late Night Talk Show

After a successful run on MSNBC that was followed by a debacle at Current TV, Keith Olbermann might be shifting from politics and back to his original roots as a sports commentator. According to The Daily News, this move might include "a New York-based late night talk show on ESPN 2." Jul 12, 2013 8:05 AM PT

Poll: Public Esteem for Journalists Collapses to 28%

A new Pew poll that examines public esteem of various institutions shows that members of the media have rapidly lost favor with the public since 2009. Four years ago, 38% of adults believed journalists contributed "a lot to society's well being." Today, that number is down to 28%. Journalists are rapidly losing favor with women; that number dropped 17 points, from 46% to 29%. Jul 12, 2013 7:33 AM PT

Hispanic Media's Walter Cronkite: Boehner 'Joe Arpaio [of] Hispanic Community'

Judging by his verified Twitter feed, Noticiero Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, is just as biased as the man he is compared to, Walter Cronkite. Ramos is blasting John Boehner, claiming that the House Speaker's unwillingness to take up the Senate's immigration reform bill will "kill" the GOP. Ramos amped up the rhetoric considerably Thursday, comparing Boehner to Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who has been accused of racially profiling Hispanics. Jul 12, 2013 6:55 AM PT

Variety on Zimmerman Coverage: Blitzer 'Empty-Headed,' Grace 'Toxic Avenger'

Variety TV Critic Brian Lowry blasted the news media Thursday for obsessing over the Zimmerman trial "during an especially busy stretch in the news — including the tragic death of firefighters in Arizona, turmoil in Egypt and Nelson Mandela’s failing health." Lowry mocked CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer's questions to a panel of lawyers as "empty-headed" and really lit into HLN and its star, Nancy Grace, who he described as a "toxic avenger." Jul 12, 2013 5:21 AM PT

David Shuster: MSNBC 'A Mouthpiece For the Administration'

Ex-MSNBC employee David Shuster described his former network a "mouthpiece for the [Obama] administration" in a National Journal article looking at the cable network's very real ratings crisis. The left-wing Schuster says, "When you're too predictably a mouthpiece for the administration and you cast your lot with the president's performance, there's a risk." Jul 11, 2013 11:35 AM PT

MSNBC Denies Bias After Andrea Mitchell Lashes Out at GOP Over Immigration

I caught this Thursday morning on "Morning Joe," but didn't think anything of it. Andrea Mitchell appearing on MSNBC and declaring John McCain "heroic" over his position supporting immigration reform is not out of character for her. Nor is it odd that Mitchell would blast GOP foes of immigration reforms and say they "ought to be ashamed." Jul 11, 2013 10:16 AM PT

'Star Trek: Into Darkness' Arrives On Bluray Sept. 10

The new me is weird. I used to love movies and despise television. Between 1990 and 2010, I'll bet I followed a total of 5 television shows. After 1998, I followed exactly one: "The Sopranos." Now I am much more into dramatic television; and although my thirty-year-old love affair with movies lives on, I have no warmth for Hollywood's bloated, starless, pseudo-edgy new releases.There are, however, exceptions. Jul 11, 2013 9:55 AM PT

Poll: Only 41% Approve Of Obama's Handling of Immigration

A Quinnipiac poll released Thursday delivers plenty of bad news for President Obama and his second term agenda. On every important national issue, the president finds himself upside down. This includes his overall approval rating, 44% - 48%; foreign policy, 40% - 52%; the economy, 41% - 55%. The president is also dramatically upside down on immigration, 41% - 50%. Jul 11, 2013 7:43 AM PT

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