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The Pervert Spiral: Worst Case Scenario About a 'Mayor Anthony Weiner'

Late last week I used this space to dispel the myth that Anthony Weiner's private life was his own affair and should not concern voters. After all, some argue, if Weiner's wife is willing to forgive, who are we to judge? Well, any behavior that might compromise anyone to a point where they can be blackmailed into doing something against the public interest should always worry voters, and is most certainly "our business." Jul 29, 2013 9:15 AM PT

CNN's Don Lemon: O'Reilly's 'Got a Point About Black People'

After a humiliating episode last week where he broke down on the air talking about himself and the persecution of American racism he has personally faced, the wealthy, powerful, and famous Don Lemon of CNN returned to the subject Saturday. In a seven-minute fit of opinion, Lemon defended comments made by Fox News' Bill O'Reilly on the issue of race. Jul 29, 2013 7:02 AM PT

CNN's New 'Crossfire' Producer Accused Romney of Partying While 'Black People Drown'

Using his verified Twitter feed early Monday morning, CNN political director Mark Preston wrote that he was "psyched" David Chalian was joining CNN as the supervising producer of CNN's upcoming "Crossfire" reboot. In August of last year, Chalian was fired as the Yahoo News bureau chief after he was caught on a hot mic accusing then-GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney of being "happy to have a party with black people drowning." Jul 29, 2013 6:20 AM PT

ABC News Must Release Full, Unedited Interview with Zimmerman Juror

When it comes to the sins committed by the mainstream media in their 18-month crusade to accomplish a media-lynching of George Zimmerman, we have seen countless new lows in an ocean of new lows (including ABC News -- more on that below). Thanks to our own John Sexton and Slate's William Saletan, we appear to have found another low -- this time in the questionable editing of an ABC News interview with Zimmerman juror B29. Jul 27, 2013 6:57 AM PT

2013 Box office Down 19%; 'Wolverine' Opens Weak

In 2009, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" opened to $85.1 million, and as Nikki Finke points out, this was after scathing reviews (I enjoyed it) and a copy leaked online that no one liked. With better reviews and the weekend all to itself, though, "The Wolverine" might not hit $60 million. This is not a disaster for 20th Century-Fox (the sixth X-Men film's budget was modest), but you would expect a superhero franchise flick released in the heart of summer to be doing a little better. Jul 27, 2013 6:01 AM PT

Why the 'Private Life' of Anthony Weiner Matters... A Lot

My mile-wide libertarian streak when it comes to what consenting adults do in the privacy of their own homes, wants to agree with those who claim that how Anthony Weiner conducts himself in private has nothing to do with his qualifications to be New York City's next mayor. Jul 26, 2013 11:17 AM PT

Poll: New Yorkers Don't Want Weiner to Pull Out

While some corners of the Democrat establishment and much of the media are pressuring Anthony Weiner to pull out, New York voters disagree. A new NBC4 New York/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll shows that while 43% of New Yorkers want the disgraced mayoral candidate to drop out of the race, a full 47% still want the ex-Congressman to stay in. Jul 26, 2013 9:31 AM PT

Washington Post Abortion Poll Asks Most Misleading Question In History

The Washington Post polled on a number of abortion questions and released the results Friday. The most interesting takeaway is that by an almost 30 point margin (56%-27%), people favor a ban on abortion after 20 weeks. One question the Post asked, though, is easily the single most misleading question I have ever seen in a poll. Jul 26, 2013 8:37 AM PT

Poll: Media Out of Touch On Abortion; 56% Support 20-Week Ban

What we had here was yet another case of the media fabricating a reality that doesn't exist; one where Wendy Davis (TX-D) represents mainstream thinking, and most especially, the position of everyday American women. Except she doesn't. Jul 26, 2013 7:31 AM PT

Poll: Media Out of Touch on Voter ID Laws, 83% Approve

A McClatchy poll released Thursday shows that 83% of those polled believe laws requiring voters to "show identification in order to vote" is a "good thing." Only 13% see it as a "bad thing." Moreover, a full 72% of Democrats see voter ID as a "good thing." Jul 26, 2013 6:55 AM PT

Ratings: CNN's Primetime Dominance Over MSNBC Slips

Late last week, we noted CNN's primetime post-Zimmerman verdict ratings fall. Now that the ratings for Monday and Tuesday of this week have been released, we're seeing two more days of virtually the same thing. Jul 25, 2013 1:23 PM PT

'Nobody Can Tell You Why' They Admired Helen Thomas

National Review's Jonah Goldberg took a look at all the media tributes to Helen Thomas, the 92 year-old disgraced "dean" of the White House Press Corps, who died over the weekend. Then he took a look at the actual journalistic accomplishments of Thomas. Other than exploiting an ill woman and trashing Israel, Goldberg came up pretty empty. Jul 25, 2013 12:17 PM PT

Six Reasons Why CNN Is Now... The Most Disgraced Name In News

Based on history, most media watchers would probably expect NBC News to win the award for the most shameful coverage of George Zimmerman, the 29 year-old Florida man recently acquitted for the tragic shooting of teenager Trayvon Martin. But an objective look at the coverage from major print, online, and broadcast outlets, makes clear that by a fairly safe margin, CNN is most deserving of this win. Jul 25, 2013 9:41 AM PT

AP Rips Those Who Feared Zimmerman Violence... Except Obama

In a story titled "Fears over Zimmerman Verdict Riots Prove Overblown," the subtext is that conservatives like Glenn Beck are racist for worrying their might be violence after the not-guilty verdict in the Zimmerman case. The only problem is that President Obama also publicly expressed concerns about violence. Jul 24, 2013 11:45 AM PT

Ten Mainstream Media Stars More Bigoted Than George Zimmerman

Though there is absolutely no evidence that George Zimmerman has ever said or done anything bigoted, the same cannot be said for a number of America's top mainstream media stars. And so, in no particular order, here are the top ten media stars provably more bigoted than the man they have shamelessly and falsely attempted to destroy and defame as racist. Jul 24, 2013 10:18 AM PT


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