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Archived Since:April 7, 2008

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New York Times Slams AZ GOP's 'Hard-Line' on Immigration, Attempts Unrelated Scandal Smears

In two weekend stories, the New York Times did its best to discredit Arizona Republicans fighting illegal immigration both on the border and the ballot box. First up, Fernanda Santos's Saturday report, "As Primary Nears, Governor Candidates...Show More Summary

WashPost Reports Samaritan's Purse Charity Is Powerful -- But Franklin Graham Is a 'Polarizing Figure' for Evangelism

At the same time that The Washington Post was recognizing the power and reach of Franklin Graham’s global health charity Samaritan’s Purse, they found it essential to revisit Graham’s “offenses” with the secular left dating back to 1990. Reporter...Show More Summary

Daily Kos: ISIS ‘Politicians’ Are No Threat to U.S., So ‘Stop Freaking Out’ About Them

In a Sunday-morning post, Daily Kos blogger Mark Sumner argued that the “threat ISIS represents to the United States” is “[e]xactly none” and urged us not to overreact now the way we supposedly did after 9/11 and consequently “hand over freedoms for an illusion of safety. Show More Summary

Meet the Press Gives Al Sharpton Unchallenged Platform To Promote Involvement In Ferguson

With MSNBC’s Al Sharpton controversially playing the dual roles of television host and activist surrounding the events in Ferguson, Missouri, NBC’s Meet the Press felt the need to promote the liberal activist even further. On Sunday,...Show More Summary

NBC’s Chris Jansing Hits Missouri Gov. From Left on Ferguson, Ignores His ‘Vigorous Prosecution’ Comments

Chris Jansing, NBC News Chief White House Correspondent, filled in as moderator on Meet the Press and did her best to hit Governor Jay Nixon (D-MO) from the left over his handling of the ongoing violence in Ferguson, Missouri. Speaking...Show More Summary

George Stephanopoulos Frets Over U.S. Taking Action Against ISIS: ‘Is There A Danger Here of Overreacting?’

On Sunday, August 24, This Week moderator George Stephanopoulos bizarrely worried that the U.S. might take too much action in combating the terrorist group ISIS. Speaking to Bill Kristol, editor of the conservative Weekly Standard magazine, wondered “it struck me how quickly this has all moved. Show More Summary

'So Help Me Golf'; New York Times Columnist Mocks Obama For Golf Obsession

Even the New York Times has directed criticism at President Obama for being hopelessly out of touch. Following his announcement of American journalist James Foley’s brutal death at the hands of ISIS, the President immediately headed out to the links for a quick round of golf, a move panned in an often bipartisan fashion. Show More Summary

Bob Woodward on Obama’s ISIS Strategy: ‘There’s An Inconsistency Here’

Appearing on Fox News Sunday, veteran journalist Bob Woodward had some harsh words for the Obama Administration over it’s handling of the terrorist group ISIS. Speaking on Sunday, August 24, Woodward blasted the White House for having a confusing message on how to combat the terrorist group, insisting “there's an inconsistency here. Show More Summary

NPR Laments 'For Obama, August Is The Cruelest Month'

NPR is again feeling Barack Obama’s pain, with a Friday All Things Considered story they headlined “For Obama, August Is the Cruelest Month.” Even the French are mocking his time off. The media now insist Obama is victimized by bad news,...Show More Summary

WashPost Seeks Out Two Black MSNBC Pundits to Harp on Ferguson From the Left

Sunday's Washington Post carried not one, but two black MSNBC pundits to lament the terrible treatment of young black males after the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. On the front of the Outlook section, Toure lamented "In...Show More Summary

Saturday Night Funny Video: Anti-Obama Ad from a 2016 Candidate?

Fill-in host Chris Wallace ended Thursday’s Special Report with Bret Baier on FNC by noting how “potential presidential candidates are already testing possible pitches for 2016.” Setting up a comedy clip from earlier in the week on CBS’s Late Show with David Letterman, Wallace cued up “one idea for a campaign commercial.” read more

On 'Kelly File,' MRC's Brent Bozell Calls Media's Incessant Ferguson Coverage a 'Travesty'

MRC president Brent Bozell repeated his criticism of the media's rush to judgment in Ferguson on Fox's The Kelly File on Friday night. (His column appeared in Investor's Business Daily on Friday as well.) Bozell has been out front urging...Show More Summary

Liberal Senator Who Left the GOP Hailed By NBC As 'A Giant of Vermont'

When conservative Sen. Jesse Helms died in 2008, Brent Bozell wrote about how NBC substitute anchor Lester Holt could only talk about what he opposed: "He staked out firm positions against everything from communism and foreign aid to civil rights and modern art." NBC reporter Martin Savidge called Helms an "ultra-rightist." But when Sen. Show More Summary

ABC News Lauds Montana Moonbat Senate Candidate

Just how far kooky left does a Democrat candidate have to go before ABC News will cease hyping him or her? Apparently so far left that we can't even imagine. Writing articles for a far left socialist website or posting a profile photo...Show More Summary

After Foley Execution, CNN.com Wonders If ISIS Should Be Called 'Evil'

Is the beheading of an American journalist – along with the genocide of Christians and other religious minorities – enough to label the Islamist terror group ISIS as the consummation of evil? According to CNN.com, the answer is really...Show More Summary

‘Starstruck’ Actress ‘Cried’ When She Met ‘Icon’ Hillary Clinton

“What really gets” actress Chloe Grace Moretz “going” is Hillary Clinton, a USA Today reporter discovered in meeting her for a profile piece on the 17-year-old star of If I Stay, the movie which opened yesterday (Friday) that’s based on the young adult novel by Gayle Forman. “‘I cried when I met her,’ says Moretz, who calls Clinton an ‘icon.’” read more

Politico: 'Vox not living up to the hype, explained'

The science is settled. General Electric Vox is now widely recognized as a tedious Web laughingstock. I could Voxsplain it to you with a whole bunch of annoying and condescending Voxcards but others have already done so including James Taranto last month in the American Spectator. Show More Summary

Let Joe Do It? Ezra Klein Says Presidents Need to Take ‘Restful’ Vacations and Give Their VPs the Reins

Last Saturday, we noted that three well-known liberal bloggers had written that criticism about presidential vacations is silly and dopey. Vox’s Ezra Klein not only agrees with his brethren, but further contended in a Friday post that...Show More Summary

The Huffington Post, MSNBC’s Sharpton Lead High-Tech Lynching In Ferguson

The headline couldn’t be missed. The Huffington Post could not be any plainer if Arianna Huffington herself were walking down the main street of Ferguson at the head of a screaming mob swinging a noose. The liberal online web site wanted...Show More Summary

Bozell & Graham Column: Obama Satire? Still Unacceptable

The amount of mockery presidents endure usually corresponds with their polling. It applies to Republicans (Nixon, Bush, Bush), but sometimes also to Democrats (Carter). In 2012, the Center for Media and Public Affairs found network late-night shows told twice as many jokes about Mitt Romney as they told about President Obama. Show More Summary

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