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Let’s Kill Cain’s Campaign
  30 Nov 2011     2:47 am

From the breaking news, one might think that with a woman who claims she had a 13-year affair with presidential candidate Herman Cain, someone is being seriously exposed as a hypocrite. That would be the press. The media can’t deny they continue to display a lousy double standard. For Republican candidates, scandalous news is instant. For Democrats, it’s eventual, if at all!
Ginger White’s charges sound a lot like Gennifer Flowers in 1992, when she said she had a 12-year affair with Bill Clinton. So many in the press pounce …

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Rewarding Rotten Ricky Gervais
  25 Nov 2011     12:01 am

The culture of Hollywood has just been beautifully defined by two awards-show decisions. The first one was Brett Ratner being dumped as the director of ABCs Oscars telecast after he said, “rehearsals are for fags.” It wasn’t long before Ratner turned himself in for “negotiations” with the gay, anti-defamation cops about doing PC penance.
The second one, just days later, was the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and NBC begging British comedian Ricky Gervais to host the Golden Globe Awards again — after he mercilessly insulted nearly everyone in Hollywood and ended …

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Pouncing on Pepper Spray
  23 Nov 2011     12:03 am

After the national media spent the month of October chronicling the “historic” Occupy Wall Street protesters in what Diane Sawyer bizarrely blurted out as happening in “more than 1,000 countries,” the myth began to melt.
Democratic mayors (and even liberal New York mayor Michael Bloomberg) tired of the nonsense and decided to clear the dirty encampments. After having spilled barrels of supportive ink, The Washington Post wondered on the front page if it was an “occupation or an infestation.”
The Occupying Rabble needed a boost, and they got it with the story …

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(Almost) Nothing Is Sacred
  23 Nov 2011     12:03 am

In advance of Tinseltown’s parade of Christmas insensitivities — they’ve already unloaded the marijuana movie “A Very Harold and Kumar 3-D Christmas” — let us stipulate that it’s not just seasonal. The manufacturers of pop culture thrive on offending every traditional value.
Start with Pamela Anderson, the ridiculously surgically enhanced former Playboy Playmate, home-movie porn specialist and “Baywatch” star. She’s been cast to play — are you ready? — the Virgin Mary in a TV “Christmas” special in Canada.
It’s called “A Russell Peters Christmas,” and Peters will play Mary’s husband Joseph …

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(Almost) Nothing Is Sacred
  17 Nov 2011     12:01 am

In advance of Tinseltown’s parade of Christmas insensitivities — they’ve already unloaded the marijuana movie “A Very Harold and Kumar 3-D Christmas” — let us stipulate that it’s not just seasonal. The manufacturers of pop culture thrive on offending every traditional value.
Start with Pamela Anderson, the ridiculously surgically enhanced former Playboy Playmate, home-movie porn specialist and “Baywatch” star. She’s been cast to play — are you ready? — the Virgin Mary in a TV “Christmas” special in Canada.
It’s called “A Russell Peters Christmas,” and Peters will play Mary’s husband Joseph …

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NPR Versus ‘Minstrel’ Cain
  16 Nov 2011     12:04 am

National Public Radio proved a long time ago it disdains black conservatives. Remember when NPR’s Nina Totenberg launched the unproven sexual harassment charges against Clarence Thomas? NPR doesn’t even like black liberals who appear on Fox News: They canned Juan Williams. The sexual harassment charges against Herman Cain aren’t ruining him as quickly as the media hoped, so on Nov. 11, NPR viciously attacked Cain for being an enemy of blacks and a “minstrel” to white conservatives.
Reporter Karen Grigsby Bates began with Harvard Professor Randall Kennedy. “Black people know that …

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No ‘Glee’ About Virginity
  11 Nov 2011     12:01 am

In Hollywood, the only truly serious sexual disease is virginity. It’s a dire and embarrassing condition, desperately in need of elimination. Teenagers that still have “it” are woefully immature. They might as well consider themselves to be walking the school hallways in diapers.
Along comes Fox Entertainment to enlighten us. Get ready. It’s sick.
Fox’s “Glee” devoted an entire episode on Nov. 8 to setting up and celebrating the shedding of virginity by two teenage couples on the show. One was heterosexual, and one — yippee! — was homosexual. TV critics were …

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Thanking an Old Friend
  9 Nov 2011     12:03 am

With a swoosh, the Gulfstream 550 is effortlessly launched into the heavens for the hour-long slingshot from Dallas to Stillwater, the sleek jet headed for Oklahoma State University and the football field bearing the name of our host — Boone Pickens Stadium. The game against Kansas State University is spectacular, a record 58,750 fans roaring their (now) No. 2-rated Cowboys to an explosive 52-45 victory.
It’s hard to believe this stadium was the scene of the crime five years ago.
In 2005, T. Boone Pickens, the energy billionaire tycoon, made a $165 …

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Herman’s High-Tech Lynching
  4 Nov 2011     12:01 am

No one who followed politics 20 years ago will forget the night when Clarence Thomas sent an electric charge through a Senate hearing room. As liberal Democrats pushed the unproven sexual harassment charges of Anita Hill, in an attempt to destroy Thomas’s chance to serve on the Supreme Court, Thomas called them out for conducting a national disgrace. “This is a high-tech lynching for uppity blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves.”
This line packed a wallop because Hill’s charges were about as proven as the old charges …

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Protests Go Violent, but Media Stay Syrupy
  2 Nov 2011     12:03 am

NBC anchor Brian Williams, in the argot of the moment, certainly belongs to “The One Percent.” He lives in the glass-encased Bloomberg Tower in mid-town Manhattan, 34 stories above the tony restaurant Le Cirque at 58th Street and Lexington Avenue. For years, he has lived up in the luxury apartment heavens with Beyonce and General Electric chieftains past and present (both Jack Welch and Jeffrey Immelt). He’s earned it
Yet night after night on the news, Williams and the other 1 percent multi-millionaire anchors dutifully chronicle every new publicity line from …

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The Anti-God Book by ‘God’
  28 Oct 2011     12:01 am

Those prestigious publishers at Simon and Schuster selected All Saints Day to unleash the book world’s latest attempt at mocking Christianity. It’s called “The Last Testament, by God.”
The author is David Javerbaum, a top writer for 11 years for “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, perhaps America’s leading religion-hating TV network. Is it any surprise that the critics love it?
Publishers Weekly raves, “The Almighty opens up in this blithely blasphemous satire of monotheism.” God, in this alleged autobiography, is “a complex, troubled Deity: vain, petulant, desperate for praise and burnt …

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Time to Cut off NPR
  26 Oct 2011     1:00 am

National Public Radio continues to define itself in every way as a taxpayer-funded nest of leftism. NPR couldn’t just supportively report on the Occupy Wall Street protests. A fire-breathing spokeswoman for the “Occupy D.C.” protests against capitalism was also an NPR host.
From late 2000 to early 2002, Lisa Simeone was an NPR anchor for their weekend version of the newscast “All Things Considered.” Now this radical was leading protests as she hosted a radio documentary series called “Soundprint” and an arts show, “The World of Opera.”
Liberals have focused on the …

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‘Reality Shows’ Distort the Real World
  21 Oct 2011     12:01 am

Networks hungry for viewers know the cheapest way to nab eyeballs is to produce a “reality show” with no stars and often uber-sleazy, supposedly-unscripted-but-in-reality-very-scripted content. But in the rush for the prized 18-49 adult viewers, what about the millions of youngsters, the audience aged 11 to 17, who are also lured into the soup?
The Girl Scout Research Institute recently surveyed 1,000 girls in that age bracket and found these children aren’t clueless. Everyone surveyed thought reality shows promote bad behavior: 86 percent felt the shows often set people against one …

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A Green Whitewash
  19 Oct 2011     2:45 am

Walter Cronkite’s longtime producer Leslie Midgley once wrote that, “News is what an editor decides it is.” News today is what TV producers decide can help President Obama. News that hurts isn’t news at all.
In the last week, network anchors like Brian Williams repeated endlessly that the Occupy Wall Street protests are “increasingly resonating.” It’s the story reporters will declare, “isn’t going away” — and they’re going to see to it. They are using their microphones like yellow Hi-liter pens to draw attention to it.
Don’t you wish journalists would do …

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Hollywood Versus Emilio Estevez
  15 Oct 2011     1:00 am

Say the name Emilio Estevez and most people think of the “Brat Pack,” when he was a star in popular ’80s youth movies like “The Breakfast Club” and “St. Elmo’s Fire,” or maybe the hockey coach in the “Mighty Ducks” films. Compared to his brother Charlie Sheen, he’s become the quiet, stable brother.
But with his new movie “The Way,” Estevez comes into his own as a producer, writer, and director, telling a beautiful story about death, faith and family. A father — played by his own father, Martin Sheen — …

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Protesters Occupy the Liberal Media
  12 Oct 2011     12:02 am

When the Tea Party movement erupted in the spring of 2009, the media elites dismissed them as corporate-generated “Astroturf” noise. They found them barely worth covering, even to besmirch them.
But when the Occupy Wall Street protests began on Sept. 17, the liberal media was quickly bombarded with complaints from the left that the media were ignoring this massive “news” story. NPR Executive Editor Dick Meyer said the early protests “did not involve large numbers of people, prominent people, a great disruption, or an especially clear objective.” So the protesters went …

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‘Playboy Club’ Collapses
  7 Oct 2011     12:03 am

NBC President Robert Greenblatt was really committed to the new drama “The Playboy Club” just weeks ago. “What it has going for it is a recognizable brand that’s automatically going to draw attention to it, good or bad,” he said. “It’s the right kind of thing for us to try.” They tried it. Three episodes later, NBC made it the first canceled series of the season. Trains have rarely wrecked as ingloriously as this one.
By the third episode, NBC could barely muster 3 million viewers, while ABC (“Castle”) and CBS …

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Rick’s Rock vs. Rev. Wright
  5 Oct 2011     12:03 am

Is there a clumsier group of newspaper character assassins than the hit squads at The Washington Post? On Oct. 1, the Post was back on the racist-Republican attack with a 3,000 word, investigative treatise over a rock. Specifically, Gov. Rick Perry had leased a property where the N-word was painted on a rock, and then he had it painted over with white paint.
But investigative genius Stephanie McCrummen could see a virtual Klan hood on Perry’s head. “As recently as this summer, the slab-like rock — lying flat, the name still …

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