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CNN Anchor Openly Sides with 17% Who Oppose Voter ID

CNN's Carol Costello hosted Dale Ho, an ACLU lawyer who heads their voting rights division. It was a one-sided discussion where Ho was allowed to spew talking points against North Carolina's new voter integrity laws because Costello was hardly able to summon the strength to challenge. Never once, though, did Costello mention that 83% of voters are in favor of voter ID laws. Moreover, 72% of Democrats are in favor of requiring a government-issued ID to vote. Aug 13, 2013 7:24 AM PT

Politico Publishes Media Matters' Attack on CNN's 'Rightward Shift'

You have to give it to Politico and Media Matters. What a genius stroke to team up for an Orwellian attack against CNN that accuses the network of a "detectable rightward shift." Though David Brock, founder of Media Matters, has all kinds of space of his own to spew propaganda, Politico apparently felt this particular editorial was important enough to host and promote on their own real estate. Aug 13, 2013 5:29 AM PT

'Butler' Director Launches Racial Smear Against 'White Folks'

Lee Daniels, director or "Lee Daniels' The Butler," can't seem to keep his charges of racism straight. I always thought that a sure sign of racism was how much rural whites love to see black people "perform." But now Daniels is claiming that he had to stock his latest film with white actors out of the fear that unless he did, rural whites would not want to see a film starring only black people. Aug 12, 2013 2:35 PM PT

Media Falls for Race Hoax? Swiss Clerk Brands Oprah a Liar

A Swiss sales assistant caught in the middle of Oprah Winfrey's media racial firestorm claims that she's tired of being bullied and lied about by the powerful billionaire and cable network owner. Speaking anonymously, the sales clerk Oprah has publicly accused of racism for not showing her a $38,000 handbag told a Sunday newspaper, "It is absolutely not true that I declined to show her the bag on racist grounds. I even asked her if she wanted to look at the bag." Aug 12, 2013 11:45 AM PT

Analyst: End of Bundled Cable Will Kill Over 80 Channels

With streaming television becoming more and more popular, and providers like Aereo making an end-run around cable and satellite providers, a lot of attention is being paid to the future of bundled cable. In a world of growing choices and a weak, jobless economy, how long can something last that charges customers a ton of money for dozens of channels they never watch? Aug 12, 2013 10:47 AM PT

CNN Ratings Return to Embarrassing Lows

TV By the Numbers reports that on Thursday night, CNN hit the kind of lows the network had likely hoped were behind them. In the all-important 25-54 demo, CNN 's primetime hit the second lowest numbers of the year with a paltry 76,000 viewers. That same night, Piers Morgan was only able to pull in 71,000 viewers from that demo. Aug 12, 2013 9:11 AM PT

Ombudsman: 'No Proof' In NPR Claim South Dakota Kidnapped Indian Children

Your tax dollars and mine were used to smear the state of South Dakota with the claim that state social workers were kidnapping American Indian children and giving them to white foster parents so those white foster parents could collect money from the federal government NPR's own ombudsman destroyed this claim Friday. Aug 12, 2013 5:24 AM PT

Reid: ObamaCare Just a Step Towards Single-Payer System

Although polls show the American people's opposition to ObamaCare is increasing to all-time highs, Senate majority Leader Harry Reid is making no secret of the fact that Democrats look at Obama's signature legislation as merely a step towards putting ObamaCare on steroids through a single-payer system. Aug 10, 2013 6:32 AM PT

Booker Start-up Connected to CNN's Zucker Under Scrutiny

Because a media that should be in competition with one another instead protects one another, there is no mention of CNN chief Jeff Zucker's connection to Cory Booker's online start up in this MSNBC piece. But when you have MSNBC fretting that the stench around a company attached to a Democrat rising star stinks, it is worthy of note. Aug 10, 2013 5:55 AM PT

Food Stamp Recipients On the Rise

The Wall Street Journal reports that food stamp-usage is on the rise and so are the number of people on the food stamp rolls. Compared to the previous May, food stamp-use jumped 2% this year; and the number of people in the food stamp program jumped 0.2%. As of now, over 15% of the American population (47.6 million) are receiving food stamps. Aug 10, 2013 5:17 AM PT

Will Media Fact-Check Obama's 'I Meant To Do That' On NSA Reform?

During Barack Obama's Friday afternoon press conference, in response to a question about NSA leaker Edward Snowden, the president told NBC's Chuck Todd the following: "As I said in my opening remarks, I called for a thorough review of surveillance operations before Mr. Snowden." Will the media fact-check this statement? Aug 9, 2013 1:46 PM PT

Media Fail: 63% Want Congress to Keep Going After ObamaCare

One of the new talking points we are seeing throughout the mainstream media is a mocking "Here we go again" attack-narrative against the Republican Congress as they maneuver to defund ObamaCare, or work to kill various parts of ObamaCare. But a new poll shows that almost two-thirds of the American people want Congress to keep at. Aug 9, 2013 10:43 AM PT

REPORT: Matt Damon's 'Elysium' in Trouble

One way to get a handle on how a film will do at the box office its opening weekend is the Thursday midnight screenings. Early reports show that Elysium made $1.6 million, which Variety called "modest. This is better than the outright box office disappointments "After Earth" and "Oblivion," but nowhere near the blockbuster Sony had hoped for. Aug 9, 2013 10:25 AM PT

Hundred Laid Off: AOL's Patch Drops 400 Local News Outlets

"We reported yesterday that AOL’s hyper-local news service would lose hundreds of employees today, and now we have confirmation from a well-placed Patcher privy to the call that AOL CEO Tim Armstrong did indeed confirm to employees that hundreds would be laid off, with notifications of who will be let go coming throughout the coming week." Aug 9, 2013 9:21 AM PT

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