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New York Times Caught in Plagiarism Scandal

Fishbowl New York reports that the opening paragraph of a New York Times article written by Carol Vogel closely resembles Wikipedia's write up of the same subject, Piero di Cosmo, an Italian painter. 30 Jul 2014, 8:41 AM PDT

As Its MSNBC Ally Collapses, Politico Panders to CNN

The only cable news network doing worse than CNN is MSNBC; and as of now, Politico is locked at the hip with hip with MSNBC. Spot checks of Politico's front page reveal that the left-wing outlet (that poses as objective) frequently positions it front page to appeal to the shrill leftism of MSNBC -- which translates into TV appearances. But Politico knows a sinking ship when it sees one. 30 Jul 2014, 7:11 AM PDT

Media Looking for a Tragedy Big Enough to Stop Gaza War

The mainstream media know their role in the Gaza conflict: to find--or create--a disaster big enough to create an international outcry that will stop the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). First, they tried using the deaths of four boys on the beach in Gaza. Then, they tried using the attack on Al-Shifa hospital--which turned out to have been hit by Palestinian rocket fire. Now they have a new candidate: an attack on a UN school in northern Gaza. 30 Jul 2014, 6:09 AM PDT

July Ratings: Fox News Grows; CNN, MSNBC Collapse By Double Digits

Don't buy the headlines and hype about CNN reclaiming second place. It was a pyrrhic victory. CNN's July was abysmal. MSNBC's was worse. Both networks hemorrhaged massive numbers of viewers. CNN lost -23% of total viewers and -32% of 25-54 demo viewers over last year. MSNBC did even worse; losing a whopping 33% of demo viewers over July of last year. 30 Jul 2014, 6:00 AM PDT

AP Ridicules Congressional Support of Israel

Tuesday morning the Associated Press fired of a tweet mocking Congress over its support of Israel. "As much of the world watched Gaza war in horror, members of Congress fall over each other to support Israel." 29 Jul 2014

NBC News, Politico Bury Nunn Campaign's Asian Slur

You would think that a major U.S. Senate campaign caught referring to an ethnic group as financially "very tight" would thrill a media that loves nothing more than political scandal mixed with race. Well, not when it's a Democrat campaign. 29 Jul 2014

Michelle Nunn: Favorable Media Bias Part of Democrat Campaign Strategy

Over at National Review, Eliana Johnson got hold of a confidential campaign plan for Michelle Nunn, the Georgia Democrat running for the U.S. Senate. Nunn is one of the two or three hopes Democrats have of actually picking up a Senate seat. The campaign is cynical, to say the least, especially in its assessment of Jews as a "tremendous financial opportunity" and Asians as "very tight." One area the campaign felt very good about, though, was how the media would be on its side. 28 Jul 2014

Scrubbed: NBC Journalist 'Witnessed' Israeli Attack Against Gaza Hospital

According to Twitter and Google, an NBC journalist reported that he or she had personally witnessed an Israeli drone attack and fire on a hospital in Gaza. The eye witness report was at first included in this NBC News article, and read, "a NBC News journalist witnessed the attack on the hospital and said it had been fired by an Israeli drone." Since that report was published, though, the accusation has been scrubbed entirely from the article. 28 Jul 2014

Sarah Palin Launches Online TV Channel

Vowing to once again go around the mainstream media's filter like she did with her pioneering use Twitter and Facebook after the 2008 presidential election, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin launched her own member-supported digital TV channel on Sunday evening. 27 Jul 2014

'Breitbart News Sunday' on SXM 125: Sen Sessions on Melting Down the Phone Lines in DC to Stop Obama's Amnesty

On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon will be joined by co-hosts Matthew Boyle and Breitbart London Editor Raheem Kassam in studio to talk about upcoming elections, the crisis on the border, and the ongoing Israeli/Palestinian conflict that has rocked the Middle East. There will also be LIVE reports from Laredo and McAllen Texas on border crisis. 27 Jul 2014

Obama Again Attacks His Media Friends

President Obama has constantly slipped digs at his media fans into his speeches, despite the fact that the media are among his biggest supporters. He did it again this week in a speech at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. 26 Jul 2014

BuzzFeed Fires Editor Over 41 Instances of Plagiarism

BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith announced the firing Benny Johnson Friday night after an internal review found 41 separate instances of plagiarism in the viral politics editor's posts. "[W]e had no choice other than letting him go," Smith wrote in a post published online and framed as an apology to BuzzFeed readers. 26 Jul 2014

CNN Touts Non-Existent 'Cease-Fire Deal'

On Friday, CNN announced news that the Israeli Cabinet unanimously rejected a proposal for a temporary truce between Israel and Hamas by Secretary of State John Kerry with the caption: "Israelis Reject Cease-Fire Deal." The headline was misleading for three reasons: 1. There was no "deal," but a mere proposal; 2. Kerry was not offering a real ceasefire, but a temporary truce; 3. There was no indication Hamas would agree to the terms. 25 Jul 2014

BuzzFeed Embroiled in Serial Plagiarism Scandal

Two anonymous bloggers using the Twitter handles @blippoblappo and @crushingbort, have apparently uncovered numerous instances of BuzzFeed's viral politics editor Benny Johnson copying and pasting text from other sources into his own work, without acknowledgment or attribution. 25 Jul 2014

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