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Fury of ISIS Victim's Family With White House Buried Deep in NY Times Article

The family of Steven Sotloff, the second American journalist beheaded in the past two weeks by members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria -- or ISIS -- is reportedly “outraged” at President Barack Obama and his staff for making “deliberate...Show More Summary

NBC's Brian Williams: Obama Was ‘Clear and Unambiguous’ on ISIS

On Wednesday night’s NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams completely missed the mark on President Obama’s mixed signals regarding how his administration intends to deal with the threat of the Islamic terrorist group ISIS and omitted...Show More Summary

Charles Pierce: GOP’s Obstruction of Obama’s Agenda Has Caused Mass Death Abroad

Plenty of commentators have predicted that Republicans will pick up seats in this fall’s midterm elections, but haven’t opined whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing. Then there’s Esquire’s political blogger Charles Pierce, whose...Show More Summary

Chris Matthews Eager for Biden Challenge to Hillary: 'I'm Dyin' for a Race Like This'

Here at NewsBusters, we've documented how Chris Matthews has gushed about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and how she could be a "truly great president." We've also noted how Matthews did his best to spin Mrs. Clinton's bumpy...Show More Summary

Slate's Amanda Marcotte Slams 'Tyranny' of the 'Home-Cooked Meal'

Ultra-left-wing blogger Amanda Marcotte targeted an apparent societal "tyranny" in a Wednesday item for Slate: the "burden" that the "home-cooked meal" places on women in particular. Marcotte played up a recent study by a feminist professor...Show More Summary

Piers Morgan Declares He's Leaving CNN While Taking Yet Another Shot at NRA

Ever since Piers Morgan's weeknight television program on the Cable News Network was canceled in February and left the air in late March, the future of the gun-hating, staunchly liberal host has been in limbo. That changed on Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Bozell & Graham Column: Jon Stewart And Anti-Semitism

I’ve been accused of anti-Semitism twice, and I still bristle. The first was after the Buchanan presidential run of ’92, which I supported, and which triggered an ugly whisper campaign in Hollywood suggesting an anti-Semitic streak lurking under the hood. Show More Summary

Hyperbolic ESPN Compares Redskin Name to Slavery and Opposing Jackie Robinson

Leaving no over-the-top comparison unused, ESPN's Bob Ley on Tuesday denounced the Washington Redskins name. Outside the Lines devoted an entire hour to a new poll showing overwhelming support for keeping the nickname. Unhappy with the...Show More Summary

'Out At NBC-Universal' Group Will Be First Official Gay Delegation in NYC St. Patrick's Parade

The lobbying group “Out @NBCUniversal” announced on its social media that they will be the first gay group to march in New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. They linked to NBC New York, which reported “Organizers of the world's largest St. Show More Summary

Networks: 'Tough' Obama 'Wasted No Time' Issuing 'Fighting Words' Against ISIS

After President Obama admitted on Thursday that he had "no strategy" for dealing with the ISIS terrorist network, on Wednesday, the network morning shows rushed to portray the aimless commander-in-chief as a tough-talking leader ready...Show More Summary

‘Big Three’ Continue To Ignore Report Saying Obama Briefed On ISIS For ‘At Least A Year’

For the second day in a row, the “big three” networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) all ignored a new report from a former Pentagon official which claims that President Obama received briefings on the terrorist group ISIS “for at least a yearShow More Summary

Univ. of Minnesota Newspaper Makes Excuses for Al Franken After He Declines Campus Debate

Imagine the student association at your university wages a Twitter campaign to get the two candidates for the U.S. Senate seat to agree to a debate on campus. The challenger agrees but the incumbent senator declines.. Disappointing? Yes. Show More Summary

Losing WashPost Tries Lame 'Majority Is Shrinking' Bias As Vast Majority Support 'Redskins'

A football game that ends up with a score of 71 to 23 would be considered a wipeout. But when a poll shows that’s the margin of support for keeping the name “Washington Redskins,” the pro-censorship Washington Post tries to find a silver lining. Show More Summary

Networks Ignore Report That Obama Was Briefed on ISIS Going Back ‘at Least a Year’

On Tuesday night, the three major broadcast networks omitted from their coverage on the Islamic group ISIS a report that President Barack Obama has received briefings on the terrorist organization “for a least a year before the group...Show More Summary

World's Smartest Maddow Doesn't Know Difference Between Balkans and Baltics

Another embarrassing mistake by Rachel Maddow. This time Rachel has revealed her unfamiliarity with some simple world geography. On her MSNBC show this evening, discussing President Obama's impending trip to one of the Baltic states--Estonia--Maddow...Show More Summary

NewsBusted: Yup, Obama's Just About That Unpopular

President Obama’s job approval rating is at the lowest point of his presidency. And to give you an idea how unpopular Obama is, his new Secret Service codename is "Ebola." To subscribe to NewsBusted via email, sign up here. To watch the Tuesday, September 2 edition, click play on the embed below the page break. To subscribe at YouTube, visit the NewsBusted channel here.

CBS’s Dickerson: ‘Overlaying This Entire Election Is Disappointment With the President’

After appearing on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, CBS News political director John Dickerson joined substitute anchor Charlie Rose on Tuesday night’s CBS Evening News to discuss the upcoming midterm elections. While Dickerson told RoseShow More Summary

Do TV Comedians Have Too Much Power In Manipulating Presidential Politics?

In Sunday’s Washington Post, former New York Times reporter Steven Roberts reviewed a new book by three professors called “Politics Is a Joke! How Comedians Are Remaking Political Life.” Republican-leaning readers might be left withShow More Summary

Fox News: Obama 'Briefed on ISIS More Than a Year Ago'

This morning, Catherine Herridge at Fox News, in the first two minutes of a video seen here, reported that "detailed and specific intelligence about the rise of ISIS was included in the PDB, or the President’s Daily Brief, for at least...Show More Summary

Latest 'World News' Anchor David Muir Swears: I'll 'Laser in on What's Truly Important'

World News Tonight anchor David Muir, who debuted in his role on Monday night, swears that under his tenure the program will focus on serious topics. ABC News in general has been drifting in a tabloid, content-free direction. But inShow More Summary

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