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Gallup: Obama Approval Hits 9 Month Low

For the first time in over nine months, Gallup's tracking poll has President Obama's job approval rating sinking to 45%. The last time that happened was back in September of 2012. Moreover, the president's disapproval rating has climbed to 47%, meaning he is upside down. The last time that happened was nearly as long ago. Jun 12, 2013 10:47 AM PT

Report: 'Furious' CBS Anchor Buries State Dept. Sex Scandal

Page Six reports that CBS News anchor Scott Pelley and his executive producer chose not to broadcast a report about the State Department sex scandal on the CBS Evening News. Apparently, both men were angry over the fact that the story broke on the CBS Morning Show instead of the on their show. Jun 12, 2013 9:32 AM PT

Greenwald: Media Filled with 'Slavishly Partisan…Democrats'

Whatever you might think of Glenn Greenwald's politics (I am not a fan) and his decision to break a number of stories surrounding Obama's historic surveillance state (I am a fan), give the man points for consistency. This stuff infuriated Greenwald when Bush did it and he is just as infuriated today. Jun 12, 2013 9:14 AM PT

Politico: Obama Oversaw 'Greatest Expansion of Electronic Surveillance in U.S. History'

Politico rips into Obama's cratering trust deficit today and makes a crucial admission that much of the media has been dancing around since the revelations hit last week about the NSA's seizing of phone records and the PRISM program. Politico describes Obama's moves as a "secret program that dragnets most phone records and much of the Internet." Jun 12, 2013 8:47 AM PT

Busted: Washington Post Stealth Edits PRISM Story

In the world of media, you are sometimes going to publish something that is incorrect. People understand that. But to sneak back in and make corrections without noting the corrections, is appalling. You would think that of all the news outlets out there, the Washington Post would understand that the cover-up is worse than the crime. Jun 12, 2013 7:47 AM PT

Study: 22% of TV Journalists Face Job Burnout

You think carrying The State's water is easy work? Think again, my friends. A study of 900 journalists done by the University of Kansas found that a full 22% of television journalists were facing burnout. Why one morning show host complained that she was required to tweet three times every half-hour while she was on the air. Jun 12, 2013 6:35 AM PT

Oh, Woody Allen Did Make a Decent Woody Allen Movie

As a lifelong Woody Allen fanatic who held on through the nineties and into the aughts (which is about 10 years longer than many other lifelong Woody Allen fanatics), I knew something had short circuited with 2004's "Melinda and Melinda," the first Woody film I hated and wasn't able to finish. Jun 12, 2013 5:45 AM PT

Bush More Popular than Obama

In a Gallup tracking poll released Tuesday, former-President George W. Bush currently stands with a favorability rating of 49%, compared to 46% who see the 43rd president unfavorably. Meanwhile, another Gallup poll shows President Obama with only a 47% approval rating, with 44% disapproving. Jun 11, 2013 1:19 PM PT

Holy Moly: All 12 'Friday the 13th' Films Arrive on Bluray

It is mind-blowing to realize that the "Friday the 13th" franchise began in 1980 (when I was 14) and ran straight through to 2002, when I was  36. And after 2002, there would still be the release of "Freddy Vs. Jason" in 2003 and the 2009 remake of the original.   Jun 11, 2013 12:46 PM PT

'The Secret Garden' (1949) Review: Fairytale Gem For the Kids

As a fan of the 1993 remake,  I was eager to see the MGM version (itself a remake of a silent film), which seems like the perfect property for that particular studio during the very height of its Golden Age. And that it was. Starring a perfectly cast Margaret O'Brien (in her final role for the studio), director Fred Wilcox produces a lovely fairytale in story, mood, and performance. Jun 11, 2013 12:09 PM PT

PBS NewsHour Closes Offices, Lays Off Staff, Turns to Freelancers

PBS NewsHour" is completely closing down its Denver and San Francisco offices, eliminating "several production positions in its Washington DC office, while leaving two open senior-level roles unfilled," and preparing to turn to more outside freelancers. Jun 11, 2013 11:11 AM PT

New York Times Yanks Weiner Story

Claiming they had "inadvertently" published "before it was ready for publication," The New York Times published and then yanked a story about Anthony Weiner titled: “For Women in Weiner Scandal, Indignity Lingers.” Jun 11, 2013 8:23 AM PT

Whistleblower: Hillary's Chief of Staff Quashed State Dept. Scandal Investigation

A former senior investigator with the State Department's criminal investigative unit has turned whistleblower alleging to both the media and Congress that senior staff within State Department covered up investigations into appalling behavior committed by members of Hillary Clinton's security staff and our ambassador to Belgium. One of those alleged to have interfered was Cheryl Mills, Hillary's chief of staff. Jun 11, 2013 7:02 AM PT

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