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Esquire: 'CNN Employs, Gives Airtime To, Defends a Plagiarist'

Thanks to The Week and Esquire, there are now two more cracks in the conspiracy of silence being mounted by a mainstream media desperate to protect Fareed Zakaria from any fallout over his documented serial plagiarism. Zakaria's most egregious sins have been broadcast on CNN. Despite the evidence and expert opinion of those who specialize in the ethics of journalism, CNN's only response to the scandal has been to release and re-release the same happy talk statement standing by Zakaria and his stolen work. Sep 23, 2014 7:55 AM PT

AP: It's Not Plagiarism When Scott Walker's Democrat Opponent Does It

Mary Burke, Scott Walker's gubernatorial opponent in Wisconsin, plagiarized large swaths of her jobs plan from previous Democrat candidates. As first reported at BuzzFeed, huge chunks, full paragraphs were copied almost word for word by the Democrat without attribution. After plagiarizing the jobs program, Burke then went out of her way to take credit for it. Sep 23, 2014 6:29 AM PT

The 15 Most Shocking Statements in ObamaCare Architect's 'Die at 75' Article

Last week, esteemed doctor and one of our ObamaCare Architect Overlords penned a column for the Atlantic that should win a Pulitzer Prize for passive-aggressive shaming. Although Emanuel claims that *he* doesn't want to live past the age of 75, the article itself could have been a listicle titled, "Top 15 Reasons No One Over 75 Should Receive Healthcare." Sep 22, 2014 1:31 PM PT

Litterbug Climate Marchers Leave Behind Piles of Trash

This week in New York City somewhere around 400,000 litterbugs descended on the Big Apple, and not to celebrate the wonderful news that the planet hasn't warmed in 18 years. Instead they gathered to do, uhm, whatever this is, and to pretend Global Warming is real and dire, so that those pushing this phony crisis can tell the rest of us what to do and how to live our lives. Sep 22, 2014 10:04 AM PT

Politico: Lois Lerner Is the Real Victim of the IRS Scandal

If I were a hyper-partisan leftwing federal bureaucrat who took the Fifth after overseeing a division of the IRS that -- according to the Inspector General -- "used inappropriate criteria that identified for review Tea Party and other organizations applying for tax-exempt status based upon their names or policy positions instead of indications of potential political campaign intervention," Politico's the first place I'd go for a reputation whitewash and overhaul. Sep 22, 2014 7:48 AM PT

Democrats Launch Campaign to Get 'Rush Limbaugh Off the Air'

The petition to get Limbaugh off the air comes straight from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) in the form of a fundraising/petition email. The idea is to use the muscle of the petition to in turn muscle Limbaugh's advertisers to drop him. The phony outrage is manifested from a toxic stew of lies crafted by the DCCC and (naturally) Sandra Fluke that take Limbaugh's recent comments about sexual assault way, way, way out of context. Sep 22, 2014 6:34 AM PT

Jennifer Lopez Proves Libertinism Is Repulsive, Not Sexy

With the exception of "Shall We Dance" in 2004, Lopez hasn't made a decent movie since 1998's "Out of Sight," and her music is too tinny and programmed to be memorable. Despite that, whether it's a movie or music video, like Raquel Welch and Angie Dickinson before her, I've never gotten tired of looking at Lopez. Until now. Sep 20, 2014 6:58 AM PT

Atlantic Reporter Compares Palin to Burqa-Wearing Taliban Supporter

Unfortunately I don't possess the intellectual nuance required to grasp why an elite leftwing journalist would think it was okay to compare a female governor and mother of five to a burqa-wearing Taliban supporter brandishing a pistol. Apparently, Jeffrey Goldberg's intellectual superiority is so superior only dogs can hear it. Sep 19, 2014 11:19 AM PT

'The Maze Runner' Review: Lost Boys Vs. The Stability of Tyranny

Thomas, as you would expect, is different from the others. The film's story and theme take a nice turn as soon as the buzzword "coexist" is hurled. Some of the boys are unwilling to trade the security of their present situation with the risks involved in breaking the unspoken rules laid down by their jailers. Stability under the thumb of an oppressor, they believe, is preferable to a costly war for freedom. Guess which side our hero falls on. Sep 19, 2014 10:29 AM PT

'A Walk Among the Tombstones' Review: Dark, Compelling Anti-'Taken'

"A Walk Among the Tombstones" is not "Taken." In mood and tone, it's much closer to "8MM" (1999) and to Neeson's own brilliant but underrated existential thriller "The Grey" (2011). The year is 1999. The world is bleak. The Y2K apocalypse looms. The city is New York, but it's not the real New York. Giuliani doesn't exist. David Dinkins still runs things and Disney and Applebee's haven't yet moved in. Sep 19, 2014 7:38 AM PT

The Alleged Leftwing Firebomber the Media Doesn't Want You to Know About

Twenty-eight year-old Eric King was charged with attempting to firebomb U.S. Congressman's Emanuel Cleaver's Kansas City office on September 11. According to local media. law enforcement found a letter in his apartment that railed against capitalism and war. In other words, the alleged firebomber is a leftist, which is why this incident is receiving absolutely no national media coverage. Sep 18, 2014 12:37 PM PT

Ratings: 'Meet the Press' Falls Back to Third but Still Improves

With the debut of a new host and a presidential appearance in the run up to Obama's pre-emptive war in Iraq, it would have been impossible for "Meet the Press" to achieve anything other than first place two weeks ago, which it did. Chuck Todd's second week saw a return to third place behind CBS' "Face the Nation" and ABC's "This Week." The silver lining, though, is that the "Meet the Press" ratings still improved. Sep 18, 2014 12:15 PM PT

CNN, Washington Post: The Roger Goodells of Plagiarism

Any whiff of scandal from any American institution and you can bet CNN and The Washington Post will demand accountability, an investigation and full transparency. The ongoing NFL scandal, for example. In-between calling for his head, both the Post and CNN are demanding full transparency from commissioner Roger Goodell. But when it comes to a serious plagiarism scandal in their own house, CNN and the Post dummy up into bunker mode in a way that makes Goodell look like a singing canary. Sep 18, 2014 10:41 AM PT

Hollywood Greed: Layoffs Loom as Company Profits Surge

Everyday working class folks are taking it in the neck while the companies that lay them off are reaping huge profits and winning hundreds of millions of dollars in corporate welfare. Is that the logline for Oliver Stone's latest sequel, "Wall Street 3: Greed is Good"? Nope. That's what's happening in Hollywood right now. Sep 18, 2014 9:05 AM PT

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