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Film Critic Richard Roeper: Reviewers Graded Ghostbusters on a Curve

Film critic Richard Roeper didn't mince words about the "Ghostbusters" reboot. He hated it. The former co-host of Ebert & Roeper also knows film criticism is subjective. So he’s not one to rail against those who don’t see movies exactly the same way he does. He did just that, though, during a recent appearance on The Adam Carolla Show podcast. And Carolla had his back.

ABC Spotlights Obama's Broken Promise to ISIS Hostage's Parents

ABC's World News Tonight on Friday led its broadcast with a preview of a special 20/20 report that detailed how the parents of ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller tried to free her before she was killed in captivity. Carl and Marsha Mueller disclosed...Show More Summary

The Washington Post Gushes In Love Over Obama First-Date Movie

The Washington Post is unsurprisingly in love with the new Obama-puffing film about Barack and Michelle’s first date. Movie critic Ann Hornaday won the prize for the biggest gush, comparing Obama to young Abe Lincoln.

CNN's Brinkley Slams Trump, Nixon; 'Law & Order' 'Clever Way to Be a Bigot'

Appearing as a guest on Friday's Wolf show, liberal CNN presidential historian Douglas Brinkley tagged Donald Trump as the "kingpin" of "dog whistles and innuendo about race," charging that the GOP presidential candidate is "lookingShow More Summary

New York Times Is Looking for a Global Warming Editor

Are you looking for a job? Well, good news. The New York Times is looking for a Global Warming (now called "Climate Change" when the warming bit didn't happen) editor. Anyone can apply. Here is the happy announcement from the Times:

New Yorker Writer Slams 'Creepy Vibe' at Clinton Foundation Events

During this week's episode of Political Gabfest – a “political-commentary podcast” produced by the far-left culture magazine Salon -- a pro-Hillary guest surprisingly unleashed a several-minute-long criticism of the Clinton Foundation and its “performance” regarding public charities. Show More Summary

Fusion: No ‘White Men Over 55' as Debate Moderators!

In a screed published on news channel Fusion’s website on Friday, executive editor Dodai Stewart and editor-in-chief Alexis C. Madrigal demanded that white men need not apply to the job of being presidential debate moderators in the fall: “This isn’t what America looks like. Show More Summary

Univisión emplazada a remover a Ramos de silla de presentador

Durante una entrevista con Megyn Kelly de Fox News, el presentador de Univisión Jorge Ramos reiteró su posición a favor de que la clase periodística del país abandone su postura tradicional de neutralidad en su cobertura de la contienda presidencial estadounidense.

Nets Censor U.S. Navy Ship Forced to Shoot Warning Shots at Iranian Vessels

Disturbing news broke Thursday that for the third time in a week US Navy ships in or near the Persian Gulf were harassed by vessels maned by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. But the situation escaladed Thursday when the vessels ignored warnings and got close enough to for the USS Squall to draw warning shots. Show More Summary

FNC’s Kelly Confronts Ramos on Trump Opposition, Asks Why He Doesn’t Label Hillary a ‘Liar’

On Thursday night, Fusion/Univision anchor Jorge Ramos met his match in Fox News Channel’s Kelly File host Megyn Kelly, who proceeded call out Ramos on his claim that journalists shouldn’t be neutral in their coverage of Donald Trump and wondered if he’d do the same for Hillary Clinton since many consider her to be a liar like some Latinos consider Trump a racist.

ABC, NBC Swoop in to Defend Clinton from Trump’s ‘Bigot’ Remark

The war of words in the 2016 race for president reached a new level Thursday when both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton accused one another of being a “bigot.” On CBS Evening News, fill-in anchor James Brown seemed disappointed in them,...Show More Summary

‘USA Today’: Native Americans Wrong If Not Offended by Redskins

How can over 90% of Native Americans be wrong? Well, according to USA Today, it’s when they say that the word Redskin is not a slur. Badly needing a comeback to the Washington Post poll in May, where American Indians resoundingly rejected...Show More Summary

Michael Eric Dyson: 'Making America Great Again' Is 'Code' for 'White Nationalism'

Appearing as a guest on Wednesday's All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, Georgetown University professor and former MSNBC political analyst Michael Eric Dyson was the latest liberal to claim that a general slogan like "Make America Great...Show More Summary

NPR: Clinton Rape Claims Are Nasty 'Old News,' But Catholic Priest Abuse Charges Never Age

“It's important to say right up front that this isn't a story about pedophile priests,” began the NPR reporter on Wednesday night....in a story with the online headline “Catholic Church Groups Fight Bills To Revive Old Sex Abuse Cases.” Some legislators want to put in a "grace period" for new sex-abuse lawsuits outside the statute of limitations. Show More Summary

Russell Wilson Doesn’t Deny Canceling NC Wedding over HB2 Law

Earlier this week, we brought you the story of Russell Wilson’s wedding planner, and her statement that the Wilsons scrapped North Carolina as a potential wedding destination, due to the state’s HB2 law regarding transgender bathrooms. Show More Summary

‘Atlantic’ Takes Sneak Peek at the ‘Era of the Bh’ Clinton Presidency

According to The Atlantic’s Michelle Cottle, a Hillary Clinton presidency will not only be a win for women as the first woman takes the White House – but it will usher in an “era of the bitch,” not because Clinton is one, but because Cottle believes a Clinton presidency will create an uptick in the amount of sexism and misogyny in the United States.

CBS, NBC Hype 'Uproar' Over Secular France's Burkini Ban

On Thursday, CBS and NBC's evening newscasts played up the "controversy exploding around the world over so-called burkinis," after several French city governments banned the Islamic swimming garment. CBS's James Brown previewed the subject...Show More Summary

NY Times' Kristof Tries to Guilt US Into Refugees, Intervention: 'Anne Frank Today Is a Syrian Girl'

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof has gotten a lot of attention with his latest, “Anne Frank Today Is a Syrian Girl.” Kristof, who fervently opposed intervention in Iraq during the Bush years, now wants to guilt America and Obama...Show More Summary

Nets Skeptical of McCain Health in 2008, Worried About Mental Fitness

Back in 2008 the “Big Three” demanded to know all they could about Republican nominee John McCain’s health, but now it’s Hillary Clinton’s health that’s in the spotlight and the networks want little to do with it. The networks are treating...Show More Summary

NBC Waves Good Bye to Clinton Foundation Pay-to-Play Scandal

NBC seems to of have enough of the political scandal which involved an apparent pay-for-play scheme between the Clinton Foundation and the Hillary Clinton’s State Department. During Wednesday’s NBC Nightly News the network failed to mention the scandal at all, even though competitor CBS found new connections. Show More Summary

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