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IRS Scandal: Lois Lerner to Invoke Fifth Amendment

Tuesday afternoon a bombshell was dropped into the already explosive IRS scandal when it was reported that Lois Lerner, a top IRS official in the non-profit division that paralyzed Tea Party groups with ongoing harassment, would invoke the Fifth Amendment

IRS Scandal: Lois Lerner to Invoke Fifth Amendment

Intolerance: Half of Staff May Quit if Kochs Buy L.A. Times

Here is a fascinating look at our open-minded, objective, unbiased, not-at-all-liberal media: At a Los Angeles Times in-house awards ceremony last week, columnist Steve Lopez addressed the elephant in the room. Speaking to the entire staff, he said, “Raise your

Intolerance: Half of Staff May Quit if Kochs Buy L.A. Times

Barbara Walters to Announce Retirement

UPDATE: Howard Kurtz states that a source of his claims Walters will retire in 2014. A source confirms that Barbara Walters will step down in May 2014, but wants to announce it on her own terms. Hard in the Twitter

Barbara Walters to Announce Retirement

L.A. Times Nominates Worst 2012 Political Ads

For his L.A. Times column for Halloween day, Doyle McManus rates the best and worst political ads of this presidential campaign cycle. Even as he presented some interesting entries, McManus completely ignored the hateful Obama ad that claimed Mitt Romney

L.A. Times Nominates Worst 2012 Political Ads

'L.A. Times' Smears Patricia Heaton

Gee, why don’t more Hollywood conservatives come out of the closet? Well, part of the reason is that the only media pipe organ in Los Angeles is left of Fidel Castro, even more dishonest, and almost as mean. Nothing Ms.

'L.A. Times' Smears Patricia Heaton

Kaus: Tie Goes to Romney

Mickey Kaus writes for our friends at the Daily Caller, but he’s a small “L” liberal, not a winger: I live-tweeted the third and last debate with the L.A. Times’ crew. The stream of commentary is available here. They also

Both Sides Set Expectations for Presidential Debates

Both the Romney and Obama camps are attempting to lower expectations for their respective performances in the upcoming presidential debates, both saying the other has an advantage. In a recent memo to Romney supporters, for instance, Romney adviser Beth Myers

Both Sides Set Expectations for Presidential Debates

Wendy's Stumbles into Chick-fil-A Controversy

Wendy’s stepped into a world of controversy this afternoon after Wendy’s franchisee Jim Furman was forced to remove “We Stand With Chick Fil A” on a number of his stores’ signs: Jim Furman, CEO of Tarheel Capital, is one of Wendy’s

Wendy's Stumbles into Chick-fil-A Controversy

Media Selectively Sees 'Trayvon' in Violence Victims

Thanks to the media’s irresponsible reporting, “Trayvon-like” victims of shootings are turning up everywhere. According to the LA Times, “‘Trayvon’ was invoked by the parents of Canard Arnold, a 17-year-old African American who was shot and killed by a security guard…”.

Media Selectively Sees 'Trayvon' in Violence Victims

Spike Lee Settles With Family Tweet Forced From Home

The elderly couple targeted by an erroneous Tweet from director Spike Lee lawyered up yesterday after they were forced to leave their home. Now, the director of “Do the Right Thing” has struck a deal with the Florida couple, according

Spike Lee Settles With Family Tweet Forced From Home

'Bully' Fallout: More Studios Protest MPAA Ratings

Who didn’t see this coming? From The L.A. Times: When the Motion Picture Assn. of America voted to uphold the R rating for the documentary “Bully” several weeks ago, the film’s distributor, Harvey Weinstein, kicked up a dust storm of

'Bully' Fallout: More Studios Protest MPAA Ratings