Mitt Romney has already lost the Rupert Murdoch primary, write Amy Chozick and Michael Barbaro of the New York Times: "Presidential politics is rife with grudges and grievances, but it is hard to recall a display of animus as unsubtle...Show More Summary
From the January 28 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe: Previously: The Race For Rupert Murdoch's Endorsement Fox Primary: Ailes And Murdoch Reportedly Met With 2016 Hopeful When Rupert Murdoch Takes Over Your Country How Fox News Is Destroying The Republican Party
As Mitt Romney considers a 2016 presidential run, he again finds ill will instead of favor from Rupert Murdoch, a reality that has pained and angered Mr. Romney’s allies.
Republicans agree that Loretta Lynch is a solid choice for Attorney General. You might infer that her nomination would be confirmed easily after the requisite committee hearings because she is so solid even Rupert Murdoch can't say bad things about her. You'd be wrong. Show More Summary
Ever since Rupert Murdoch joined Twitter, he’s been an absolute joy to follow. As you can see from the above, the 83-year-old delivered some true gems today. The Gawker tweet was a response to a post that suggested Murdoch is a serial drunk tweeter. Show More Summary
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch explained his opposition to Mitt Romney's potential 2016 presidential bid in a tweet Tuesday afternoon. Murdoch, who owns Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, and a slew of other media properties in the US and...Show More Summary
New York Times: “In the delicate and unseen campaign underway for Mr. Murdoch’s affections in the next presidential campaign, this much is clear: Mr. Romney is out of the running, a reality that has pained and angered his allies. Presidential [...] The post Romney Losing the Rupert Murdoch Primary appeared first on Political Wire.
Last night, Australian media baron Rupert Murdoch tweeted the following: Read more...
The race for Rupert Murdoch's endorsement is on as potential presidential candidates line up to seek political support from the owner of Fox News and The Wall Street Journal. Murdoch has long been a major political player whose media companies play a substantial role shaping the debate. Show More Summary
Drudge teaser, linking the NYT "As in 2012, Romney Can Do No Right in Murdoch’s Eyes." This scene is most helpful to the reputation of... Valerie Jarrett Rupert Murdoch Jeb Bush Mitt Romney pollcode.com free polls
We learned last week that Michael Bloomberg would like to buy the New York Times Company. He even spoke to Chairman Arthur Sulzberger about it a couple of years ago. So what else is new? Rupert Murdoch covets the Times as well. The only...Show More Summary
Rupert Murdoch mysteriously tweeted the word letter-combination "po" yesterday, leading to a speculative frenzy on twitter. Po — Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) January 27, 2015 What is the billionaire media magnate trying to tell us? Perhaps he's attempting to say something about income inequality. Show More Summary
Does This Line Of Reasoning Make Sense To You - Based On What You Have Heard About The Show From Murdoch And Lee Daniels?
When President Obama announced that he had chosen three YouTube personalities to interview him, the ridicule began immediately. From Rupert Murdoch to CNN, there was collective media clucking over the choice of interviewers. Because Very Serious Media was excluded. Show More Summary
News Corporation Chairman Rupert Murdoch sent out a head-scratching tweet earlier this evening
Rupert Murdoch, who weeks ago was defending the white cast in 20th Century Fox’s Exodus: Gods and Kings, has taken to Twitter praising Clint Eastwood’s Chris Kyle biopic, exclaiming, “Yes, American Sniper!!” But, the News Corp. chairman and CEO also took time to target those who he sees are the film’s biggest cynics: Hollywood liberals. Show More Summary
Late in Rupert Goold’s True Story, a character describes James Franco’s character, the convicted murderer Christian Longo, as being “very calm, very remote.” The same could be said of Goold’s debut feature film, which turns a cold, almost clinical eye on a deeply unsettling story of murder and betrayal. Show More Summary
After a brief scare over reports that Rupert Murdoch-owned rag The Sun was pulling out of the softcore porn biz, some good news: big British knockers will remain available to look at via newsprint. Read more...