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Five Things Media Aren't Telling You About Today's Jobs Numbers

Even with a dismal 162,000 jobs created in July, the media are still conspicuously avoiding context and history in order to avoid reporting on just how catastrophic 2013 has been for jobs and economic growth. Here are five things the media aren't telling you... Aug 2, 2013 8:35 AM PT

Reagan Created More Jobs in Single Month Than Obama Has All Year

In 1983, as President Ronald Reagan's economic policies took hold, the American recovery started to roar back to life. This was thanks to Reagan's across-the-board tax cuts and an overall philosophy of getting government out of the way of American ingenuity. The result was that the entire dynamic of an economy that had been in a malaise for nearly a decade completely turned around. Aug 2, 2013 7:44 AM PT

New York Times Ad Revenue Falls for 11th Straight Quarter

The Times has been frantically hoping to make up for plummeting advertising revenues with subscription sales, but continues to fall short. Most of these new customers are digital subscribers, and eventually that push to sign them up is expected to plateau when everyone who could possibly want a New York Times subscription has one. Aug 2, 2013 5:21 AM PT

Huffington Post Retracts False Claim About McDonald's Wages

With a scattering of fast food workers waging a media-friendly strike in some parts of the country over the minimum wage, the left-wing Huffington Post waded into the debate Monday with a headline that read, "Doubling McDonald's Salaries Would Cause Your Big Mac To Cost Just 68¢ More." The thrust of the story was that a mere 17.1% increase in the price of McDonald's food was all that was needed to double employee salaries. Aug 1, 2013 2:00 PM PT

Newspaper Editor Fired Over 'Shove It' Obama Headline

Drew Johnson, the editorial page editor of the Chattanooga Times Free Press was fired after 14 months on the job for publishing an editorial with a headline that read: "Take your jobs plan and shove it, Mr. President." The editorial ran Tuesday, the same day Obama visited Chattanooga. Aug 1, 2013 11:25 AM PT

Dem Operative: Some In Congress Knew Filner 'Has Been This Way All Along'

The question now is who knew what and when? How was this guy allowed to not only get away with this alleged behavior in Congress, but move up into a position of power as San Diego's mayor. At the very least, there is a hint of a cover up within the Democrat establishment that the media should be looking into. Aug 1, 2013 10:08 AM PT

AP Hammers Obama for Refusing Comment on Filner

The allegations of sexual misconduct surrounding New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and San Diego mayor (and 20-year congressman) Bob Filner, have resulted in three days of no comment from the White House. Thursday, the Associated Press ripped the White House over the hypocrisy. Aug 1, 2013 9:19 AM PT

New Haven Register Compares Fox to KKK, Apologizes; Does It Again

Erik Wemple of the Washington Post reports that the New Haven Register "has apologized to Fox News for suggesting that its views on race in America draw their inspiration from the heritage of the Ku Klux Klan." Except they really haven't. In its apology, the paper does it again. Aug 1, 2013 7:25 AM PT

Oops: Matt Damon's 'Elysium' Attacks Everything Matt Damon Stands For

While I have no doubt Blokamp and Damon snickered wildly as they went over the script (probably in the thousand-dollar-a-night Caligula Suite at the W on Sunset Boulevard), what these two left-wing rocket scientists probably missed is that their lofty metaphor (likely aimed at America and Republicans), isn't really a metaphor. The place in which they currently work, snicker, frolic, and make millions, is in fact Elysium. Aug 1, 2013 5:59 AM PT

Armed George Zimmerman Stopped for Speeding

TMZ reports that on Sunday George Zimmerman, the Florida man acquitted earlier this month for the fatal shooting of teenager Trayvon Martin, was stopped for speeding in Forney, Texas. The stop lasted about five minutes and Zimmerman was let go with a warning. Jul 31, 2013 1:18 PM PT

'Oblivion' Review: Cruise Stars In Smart, Sincere Sci-Fi Epic

Though I knew it was a relatively successful sci-fi film starring Tom Cruise, one of the few stars who still knows how to pick good scripts, other than that, I went into director Joseph Kosinski's "Oblivion" unaware of what it was all about. What a pleasant surprise to discover an intelligent sci-fi film filled with humanity and intellectual ambition. Jul 31, 2013 12:46 PM PT

McCain: Hillary a 'Rock Star,' Fox News 'Schizophrenic'

In a lengthy interview with the left-wing New Republic, John McCain, the Republican Party's 2008 nominee blurted out his affection for Hillary Clinton more than once. At one point the Arizona Senator said that choosing between Rand Paul or Clinton for president in 2016 would be a "tough choice." He then went on to call the former Secretary of State a "rock star" and criticize Fox News as "schizophrenic" over the issue of immigration reform. Jul 31, 2013 11:44 AM PT

Obama to Dems: Don't Believe the Huffington Post

"Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) said Obama told the Democrats "not to believe everything you read in The Huffington Post," a reference to the liberal website that's been critical of Summers's record." Jul 31, 2013 11:18 AM PT

Despite Benghazi, McCain Might Support Hillary Over Paul in 2016

If there are any questions remaining about the changing of the guard in the GOP, Senator John McCain's answer to a simple question about who he would support in a potential 2016 presidential match-up between Hillary Clinton and Rand Paul should answer that. When asked which one he would vote for, McCain laughed and said: "It’s gonna be a tough choice." Jul 31, 2013 9:11 AM PT


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