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Fox Faces Its Uncertain Future: The Minor Murdochs Take Command

Here’s an interesting headline for you: “Fox seeks to extend cable news domination in post-Ailes era.” Recalling the storm that has engulfed Fox News—the Gretchen Carlson sex-harassment lawsuit and other allegations, including from Megyn “Eve Harrington” Kelly, that precipitated the sudden departure of founder Roger Ailes—one might immediately ask: Why this headline appearing in The Hill on July 31? Could Fox sources be getting a little bit nervous?

attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.

All About Megyn: The ‘Eve Harrington’ of Fox News

Remember the 1950 movie, All About Eve? In that classic tale of ambition and treachery which won six Oscars, an ambitious Broadway wannabe, Eve Harrington, played by Anne Baxter, connives to push aside and replace an established star, Margo Channing, played by the legendary Bette Davis. So what does that have to do, you might be asking, with Megyn Kelly?

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Roger Ailes vs. the Liberal Sharks — But Which One Could Be Deadly?

The sharks are circling Fox News, much to the delight of Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, David Brock, George Soros, and most Democrats. If they get their bite on Fox, it will be the American people who will be bitten — that is, we will be the losers, because we will lose the one TV-news voice that gives the right a fair shake.


As Far as MSM is Concerned, America Was a Mistake

This Fourth of July holiday, as you celebrate America’s independence, perhaps you would care to try something new: Perhaps you would like to join with the MSM and, instead, denigrate America’s independence. As in, you could wish that it had never happened.


TIME TO GET TOUGH: Trump’s Blockbuster Policy Manifesto

The Washington Establishment’s increasing angst and opposition to billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy is predicated on the notion that his highly-quotable catchphrases—“Take the oil!” or “Build a wall!”—lack substantive policy prescriptions to back them up. In short, the RINO caucus’ knock on Trump is that his solutions are unserious, unmeasured, quixotic.


Cruz Campaign to NYT: Apologize or Show Your Evidence

“We call on the Times, release your so-called ‘evidence.’ Demonstrate that your charge isn’t simply a naked fabrication, designed to cover up your own partisan agenda,” said Cruz campaign spokesperson Rick Tyler on Friday. “And, if you cannot do so, then issue a public apology to Senator Cruz and Harper Collins editor Adam Bellow for making false charges against them.”

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News Flash: Mainstream Media Doesn’t Like Bill O’Reilly and Fox News

Here’s some news: the Mainstream Media isn’t fond of Bill O’Reilly. Okay, that was a joke—MSM hatred of O’Reilly is well known. Neither is it news that O’Reilly doesn’t much like the MSM—and the recent Mother Jones hit piece, “Bill O’Reilly Has His Own Brian Williams Problem,” only deepens the mutual antipathy.

7 Days in May

7 Days in May

ST. IVES, England–In a packed community center in a village 10 miles outside of the ancient university town of Cambridge, grassroots populism was on full display last week, as Nigel Farage and his UKIP movement came to town on a

Politico Reporter: 'F*ck the Troops'

Politico Reporter: 'F*ck the Troops'

“So, 4000 rubes are dead. Cry me the Tigris. Another 30,000 have been seriously wounded. Boo fucking hoo. They got what they asked for–and cool robotic limbs too.” Thus begins a virulent anti-American soldier screed titled “Fuck the Troops,” written by

Mr. Boehner's War

Mr. Boehner's War

House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-OH) spokesperson Brendan Buck has issued an unsubstantiated statement to the National Journal attacking the character and credibility of Breitbart News Senior Editor-At-Large and Government Accountability Institute (GAI) President Peter Schweizer. This week, Schweizer, who is the William J. Casey Research Fellow at the