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“Baseball is a white man’s sport.” So says a black baseball player set to earn $16,333,000.00 this year.
It appears as though GQ Magazine has finally found a form of sports arena protest that they’re opposed to.
On Monday's Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, host Mitchell displayed the latest example of a journalist trying to push blame for Hillary Clinton's history of being secretive onto her political opponents "beating up on her" and causing her to feel the need to be defensive. Show More Summary
On Monday's CBS This Morning, Norah O'Donnell gave Attorney General Loretta Lynch a platform to condemn voter I.D. initiatives in many states. O'Donnell wondered, "Is it still harder for minorities to vote in this country?" Lynch contended...Show More Summary
Al cubrir los sesgos inherentes a la cobertura noticiosa de la cadena Univision, es de suma importancia mirar más allá de los informes en sí. Un reporte reciente del Wall Street Journal nos hace recordar la importancia crítica de examinar el entorno corporativo de Univision, y tomar nota de posibles puntos de intersección con su cobertura noticiosa.
Politico touted as “hot audio” Bill Maher making jokes about Donald Trump being assassinated. Well, it was sort of a joke. It had that Maher edge – as in, “seriously, shouldn’t we shoot Trump before he gets elected?” Judging from the giddy reaction from Maher-loving liberals, could we call it “bloodlust”?
Several Dolphins players took a knee during the National Anthem on Sunday. This did not sit well with model and actress Kate Upton, and she let the Dolphins know about it on Twitter.
Stephanie Cutter believes that Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton really made a mistake in her Friday evening "basket of deplorables" statement about Republican nominee Donald Trump's supporters at a fundraiser in New York City when she limited the "basket" to "half" of them. Show More Summary
On the front of Saturday’s New York Times, reporters Jonathan Mahler and Maggie Haberman shed hypocritical tears over the risks to Rudy Giuliani’s “legacy” -- one the paper has spent over a decade doing its best to slur. The former New...Show More Summary
Michael Smerconish wants to help the Libertarian presidential ticket of Gary Johnson and William Weld participate in the presidential (and vice-presidential) debates. The big problem is that the Libertarians must show they have reached a level of 15% support in an average of five national polls and they aren't there yet. Show More Summary
Republican candidates have been able to run against – even fundraise against – the fundamentally partisan opposition in the media. But you know it’s pretty desperate when the Democrats begin running against Matt Lauer – even fundraising against him, like he’s a Fox News regular. Show More Summary
Apparently just arriving after over a year spent in a virtually news-free, hermetically sealed cave, New York Times reporter Matt Flegenheimer pretended that former President Bill Clinton has, until he recently began complaining about...Show More Summary
Appearing as a panel member on Sunday's Face the Nation, Slate's Jamelle Bouie -- also a CBS political analyst -- asserted that Hillary Clinton was "correct and accurate" to deride half of Donald Trump supporters as "deplorables," linking them to racism, sexism, and xenophobia.
Appearing as a guest on Friday's CNN Tonight to discuss the issue of Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players refusing to stand for the National Anthem on the eve of September 11, liberal CNN political commentator Van Jones praised Kaepernick's actions as "deep patriotism" as he derided standing for the anthem or wearing an American flag pin as examples of "cheap patriotism."
The Friday night “week in politics” segments on NPR and PBS both investigated whether Matt Lauer was biased against Hillary Clinton in NBC’s commander-in-chief forum on Wednesday night. On NPR, Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne picked the Clinton-toady spin that Lauer spent too much time on the e-mail scandal instead of “substantive issues.”
On Friday's CNN Tonight, during a discussion of public attitudes toward Hillary Clinton, host Don Lemon was oddly set off when GOP guest and Donald Trump supporter Boris Epshteyn declared that Clinton is viewed as untrustworthy because...Show More Summary
Don't expect to see much of author and Boston University history professor Andrew Bacevich on MSNBC anytime soon. The retired Army colonel was among the "resources and assets" -- Rachel Maddow's euphemism for talking heads -- who appeared...Show More Summary
Journalists are cynical grouches who like dragging people down, suggests author and former Fox News Watch panelist Gabler. The rich and famous are inviting targets, especially if journos sniff a scandal. Take Hillary Clinton and Tom Brady, who in Gabler’s view "have been victims of the media’s strong predisposition to presume guilt, whether there is evidence for it or not."
At a Friday night fundraiser serendipitously open to the press, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton characterized half of Donald Trump's supporters as a "basket of deplorables," and further described an undetermined number...Show More Summary
Leftist reporters and commentators have been tagging the "Make America Great Again" slogan of Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign as bigoted and hateful virtually since his candidacy began. Somehow, even though many of them surely...Show More Summary