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So Cal Police Under Fire For Shooting Dog During Arrest

Hawthorne California police are under fire after a video of an arrest made last week has gone viral. In the video, police are seen shooting the suspect's rottweiller as he approaches them during the arrest.  Jul 2, 2013 7:25 AM PT

Greenwald: Obama Pursuing Snowden 'To Intimidate Future Whistle Blowers'

Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald appeared on Fox and Friends Tuesday morning to discuss the latest in his exclusive NSA snooping story. Greenwald claimed he has more revelations to break as a result of whistle-blower Edward Snowden's disclosures. He also went right after President Obama and criticized his targeting of Snowden suggesting that Obama is trying to make an example of the international fugitive: Jul 2, 2013 5:40 AM PT

TX Lt. Gov: Reporters Tried To Inflame Pro-Abortion Protesters

Texas Lt. Governor David Dewhurst told HotAir's Ed Morrissey that his office received reports that reporters were actively encouraging and rallying pro-abortion protesters during State Sen. Wendy Davis' fillibuster last week. Jul 2, 2013 3:59 AM PT

Politico Begins Sanctification Of Wendy Davis

Politico has tried to positioned itself as the go-to political journal for all things Beltway. So why are they devoting so much ink and web pages to a state senator from Texas? No less than 48 different references to Sen. Wendy Davis (D-Ft. Worth) appear on Politico over the past ten days. Jul 1, 2013 5:03 AM PT

Ebert Posthumously Honored by Journalist Association

Movie critic Roger Ebert has been posthumously honored by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. Ebert, who was the film columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times for more than 40 years, won first place for online columns or blogs on large websites in the NSNC's annual column contest. Jul 1, 2013 3:32 AM PT

Of Course CNN Hired S.E. Cupp; She Loves To Criticize Conservatives

I like S.E. Cupp. I think she's smart, and funny and she's a great new face for Republicans or Libertarians or whatever camp she feels most comfortable in these days, I'm not sure. She embodies a funny and irreverent perspective that was groomed on "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" and it sometimes appeared on the awful "Spin Cycle" on MSNBC when her producers allowed it.  Jun 30, 2013 8:40 AM PT

AP: Baldwin Rant 'Could Be Interpreted As Homophobic'

The geniuses at the Associated Press didn't go so far as to provide their readers with an alternate interpretation of "Queen" when referring to a gay man in a hostile and threatening manner. However, a good faith search of the AP style book failed to discover an acceptable usage for the term in this context. Jun 30, 2013 7:42 AM PT

**Troopathon Today** Andrew Breitbart's Personal Connection

This afternoon, I have the high honor to co-host Troopathon. The online telethon will be broadcast live here at Breitbart News from 1PM - 11PM PT, as it has been for the past five years. To understand Troopathon and Breitbart News' commitment to the event, you need to first understand Andrew Breitbart's personal connection to it. Jun 27, 2013 9:37 AM PT

Neil Diamond Pens New Song Inspired by Boston Bombing

"Sweet Caroline," the unofficial anthem for the Boston Red Sox, became identified with the city's courageous recovery following the Boston Marathon bombing in April. The song's composer, Neil Diamond, appeared live at a Red Sox game to sing the song in front of wildly enthusiastic and emotional fans. Jun 27, 2013 5:26 AM PT

Bloggers Geller, Spencer Banned from UK

American Bloggers Pamela Gellar and Robert Spencer have been banned from entering the United Kingdom, the BBC reports. They were expected to appear at a march sponsored by the English Defense League. A government spokesman said Gellar and Spencer's presence in England was "not conducive to the public good." Jun 27, 2013 5:02 AM PT

Ann Curry Returns

After a tumultuous year of embarrassing publicity surrounding her controversial departure, NBC News announced Ann Curry will return to the air waves with a prime time special. Jun 26, 2013 5:29 AM PT

Sharpton On Deen: Many 'Have In The Past Said Things We Have Regretted'

TMZ cornered MSNBC's Al Sharpton and asked for his take on the Paula Deen story. Deen, who was fired from Food Network after revelations that she admitted in a deposition that in the past she had used the "N-word," is currently embroiled in a sexual harassment and racial discrimination lawsuit from a former employee. Sharpton focused on the current lawsuit and seemed to give Deen a pass on the past behavior: Jun 26, 2013 4:03 AM PT

Greenwald: DC Media 'Servants to and Mouthpieces' for Government

The UK Guardian's Glen Greenwald spoke to Michael Calderone yesterday from Rio de Janeiro. The man who broke the NSA snooping story commented on his contentious interview with NBC News' David Gregory this past Sunday. During the "Meet the Press" segment, Gregory suggested that Greenwald "aided and abetted" NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Jun 25, 2013 3:13 AM PT

Schieffer Wonders Why Congress Doesn't Want To Do Anything

Schieffer used his editorial minute at the end of Sunday's "Face the Nation" to lament congress' failiure to pass a farm bill last week. He didn't delve into the objections over the food stamp provisions (or even question why a welfare program like food stamps is part of a bill that is meant to help American farmers.) Instead he lined for a simpler time, back when he first came to Washington: Jun 24, 2013 5:02 AM PT

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