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Daily Beastie Cries 'Treason' and 'Terrorism' and 'Vandalism' on Conservative Justices

When the Left erupted in outrage over the Supreme Court decision on campaign financing in Citizens United, they didn’t their resistance to the result could be described as “treason.” But that’s not the way they’re playing on the newShow More Summary

MSNBC's Hayes Apologizes For Falsely Stating O'Reilly's Confederate Flag Position

This item is only worthy of note because it's about an apparently genuine apology from a leftist — something rarely seen from the "I'm sorry you were offended" crowd — and because the chances are that very few have actually seen theShow More Summary

NY Times Columnist: Time to End Tax Exemptions for All Churches

Sen. Mike Lee has seen the threat coming, and introduced a bill to prevent liberals from scrapping the tax exemptions on orthodox churches that oppose gay marriages. The liberal media disagrees. On Time magazine’s website, New York Times...Show More Summary

La otra amnistía publicitada en Univisión

Increíble: amnistía en recompensa por inmigrar ilegalmente no es la única transgresión promovida en la programación noticiosa de Univisión. Recientemente, la mayor cadena hispanoparlante brindó cobertura favorable a otra amnistía, esta vez para perdonar multas a los conductores que tienen sus licencias suspendidas en California debido a violaciones de tráfico sin pagar.

Newt Gingrich: ‘Liberal Media’ Impacts What Issues GOP Can Run On

During an appearance on Meet the Press, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that as a result of the liberal media there are certain issues that Republicans cannot run on and expect to win.

PennLive Walks Back No Pro-Traditional Marriage Comments Policy, Plays Victim

On Friday, Curtis Houck at NewsBusters reported that "the Harrisburg, PA newspaper The Patriot News announced that both they and their online site 'will very strictly limit op-Eds and letters to the editor in opposition to same-sex marriage.'" As of three years ago, the newspaper claimed weekly circulation of 476,000. Show More Summary

Chuck Todd Hits Jindal Over GOPers Critical of His Record in Louisiana

On Sunday’s Meet the Press, Chuck Todd did his best to play up Republican criticism of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal following the start of his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.

Arrecia guerra de Trump contra Univisión

La escalada del conflicto entre Donald Trump y Univisión nos brinda un valioso vistazo respecto a como la cadena elabora narrativas convenientes a través de sus diferentes divisiones. En este caso particular, es una versión de alto perfil de algo que ya hemos visto antes.

Blogger: Bernie Sanders As Vice President ‘Would Finally Put the Corpse of Reaganism Into the Ground’

Presidential nominees sometimes choose one of the candidates they defeated during primary/caucus season as their running mate for the general election. In that tradition, the Washington Monthly's D.R. Tucker recommends that Hillary Clinton,...Show More Summary

Vox 'Voxsplains' CNN's Dildo Flag Blunder

I am sure that when John Cameron Swayze began anchoring the Camel News Caravan at NBC in 1949 he never in his wildest imagination would have thought that there ever could be a day when a flag covered with dildos and butt plugs at a gay pride parade would become the focus of a television news broadcast. Show More Summary

Van Jones: GOP Using ‘Old’ ’Anti-Civil Rights Rhetoric’ on Gay Marriage

On Sunday’s State of the Union, CNN’s Van Jones accused those who oppose the Supreme Court's decision to ignore the normal legislative process on gay marriage of pushing “the old state’s rights rhetoric that was anti-civil rights rhetoric of the past than embracing the future.”

Trump versus Univision

The ever-escalating war between Donald Trump and Univision gives us a valuable glimpse at how the network advances convenient narratives throughout its various divisions. This particular instance is a higher-profile version of something we’ve seen before.

Tormenta de fuego aumenta con palabras chocantes de Trump

El precandidato presidencial Donald Trump lo podemos comparar con el tipo que sale con una latina: la adora con elogios solo con terminar la noche diciéndole que él opina que su hermano menor es un vago drogadicto.

Ron Fournier Compares Mike Huckabee to Segregationist

During a discussion on CNN’s Inside Politics about the political impact of the Supreme Court ruling legalizing same sex marriage, National Journal reporter Ron Fournier rushed to compare Mike Huckabee to segregationist former Democratic Governor Orval Faubus of Arkansas.

WashPost Gay Advice: The Christian Right Needs to Surrender, Like the Confederates

Last year, The Washington Post gave a gay activist named Steven Petrow a regular column called “Civilities.” This quickly became a farce, since Petrow was a fan of outing...and Dan Savage. The original conceit was that this gay Mr. Manners...Show More Summary

Saturday Night Funny Video: Senator Cruz’s ‘Hidden Talent’

Following Senator Ted Cruz’s “Center Seat” session on Wednesday’s Special Report, FNC’s Bret Baier ended his program with some YouTube clips showing Cruz “has a hidden talent on the campaign trail, apparently.” Cruz watched along with the audience and, afterward, offered an assessment of his talent.

WashPost Columnist Scolds Jenner for Identifying As...Republican

For Sunday’s Washington Post Magazine, humor columnist Gene Weingarten professes he admires Caitlyn Jenner, but is willing to ask “tough but necessary follow-up questions” unlike other journalists. He starts by questioning the “y” in...Show More Summary

Ed Schultz: Purge of Confederate Flag is 'Desecration' of American History

The heated debate over the Confederate battle flag has drawn a partisan but not on the side you might expect -- longtime libtalker Ed Schultz. Before appearing in his hour-long MSNBC show on weekday afternoons, Schultz posts a podcast on his website, as he's done since ending his radio show in the spring of 2014. Show More Summary

CNN Inserts Plan for Anti-Poverty Spending into Discussion of Charleston Massacre

On Friday's New Day, during a discussion of the then-upcoming funeral for South Carolina State Senator Clementa Pinckney, CNN host Alisyn Camerota brought up issues of high poverty in South Carolina's black population and invited Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn to use the recent church massacre as a springboard to push for diverting more federal money into high-poverty areas.

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