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By Clay Waters | | February 17, 2017 | 5:43 PM EST

The New York Times provided more publicity for the anti-Trump resistance with “Bookstores Stoke Resistance With Action, Not Just Books – Places of Business, and Hubs of Protest.” Three weeks ago, the NYT was also using the self-indulgent liberal theme of books as rebellion, finding ‘eerie parallels' between dystopian Books Like '1984' and the Trump presidency, though iconoclastic journalist Brendan O’Neill suggests Orwell’s classic in fact better describes today’s authoritarian left, “the nannying, nudging, speech-policing, sex-panicking, P.C. culture that Trumpism is in some ways a reaction against.

By Randy Hall | | February 17, 2017 | 5:01 PM EST

While covering Donald Trump boarding Air Force One on Friday morning, John Berman -- the co-anchor of CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow -- referred to the Republican president's news conference the day before, which he said “received mixed reviews, to say the least.” Berman also stated that Trump was going to visit the Boeing plant in Charleston, South Carolina, where he was “going to talk about jobs, hopefully not going to criticize the media” since “that isn’t what people want to hear.”

By Kyle Drennen | | February 17, 2017 | 5:00 PM EST

Appearing on Fox News’s Outnumbered on Friday, former United Nations ambassador John Bolton blasted NBC’s Chuck Todd for taking to Twitter on Thursday to attack President Trump’s “un-American” criticism of the media during a press conference: “I thought that tweet was one of the most foolish things I've seen from the media in a long time, and you know, that's a pretty low bar there. The media is not entitled to worship.”

By Sarah Stites | | February 17, 2017 | 4:56 PM EST

Hillary Clinton and Kate McKinnon are buds. On February 16, the former presidential candidate and her SNL double were spotted dining together in New York City, and the media had a field day. 

By Katie Yoder | | February 17, 2017 | 3:44 PM EST

When it comes to Melania Trump, the liberal media are playing a game of words.


By Brad Wilmouth | | February 17, 2017 | 3:41 PM EST

As New York Times columnist and CNN political commentator Charles Blow appeared on Thursday's CNN Tonight, the liberal analyst had another of his infamous blow-up episodes, this time targeting CNN commentator Kayleigh McEnany, after the right-leaning analyst dared to touch his arm in a friendly manner before criticizing his negative attacks on President Donald Trump. Blow griped: "The fact that you touched me before you said that is wrong. Don't do that. Don't do that. ... No, no, no, ma'am, no, ma'am, don't do that. Don't touch me and then launch into your 'sinister motivations' diatribe. That's not going to happen tonight, ma'am." Toward the end of the heated exchange, after McEnany lamented, "You said I'm not even allowed to touch you," Blow exclaimed, "No, you're not!" over and over again for a total of eight times.

By Sarah Stites | | February 17, 2017 | 3:19 PM EST

As monogamy goes out of style, throuples are TV’s hot new trend. On Valentine’s Day, a few shows addressed the topic, pushing to normalize sexual relationships among groups of three. Predictably, several media outlets embraced the edginess. 

By James Powers | | February 17, 2017 | 3:11 PM EST

Rather than rejoice over the stock market rally, many people are pushing economic pessimism and that upset CNBC’s Rick Santelli. The CNBC editor and contributor complained about the pessimism on Squawk Box Feb. 16. “Much of the world always finds something to cheer about, always finds hope in every stock market. This particular rally, because of the president, everybody wants to put cold water on it and maybe some day they’ll all get their wish,” Santelli said. 

By Kyle Drennen | | February 17, 2017 | 3:03 PM EST

On Friday, the broadcast networks continued their hyperventilating over President Trump taking on the media during his Thursday press conference. All three morning shows were beside themselves as hosts and correspondents breathlessly hurled one sensational adjective after another to describe the event, including: “raucous,” “combative,” “shocking,” “jaw-dropping,” “unhinged,” and “astonishing.”

By Katie Yoder | | February 17, 2017 | 2:58 PM EST

At a time when Hollywood and the liberal feminist media champion the idea that children hold women back, one big name actress is stressing that motherhood was a “journey” that taught her to “own” her womanhood.

By Alexis Thomasi | | February 17, 2017 | 2:38 PM EST

Thursday on Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough urged Donald Trump to realize that “the press always wins” in fights with politicians. In the same hour, Scarborough criticized an editorial in The Wall Street Journal for not focusing on, what he considered to be, the most important points following former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s resignation. 

By Scott Whitlock | | February 17, 2017 | 2:20 PM EST

CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley on Friday diagnosed that Donald Trump is simply “mad at not being the boss anymore.” He also lectured the President about how ObamaCare repeal legislation should work. In a condescending explanation, he offered, “I think he's mad at not being the boss anymore. Any president who comes in and he has to answer to the public. He has to answer to the Congress. He has to answer to the courts and the only thing Donald Trump done in his life is run a private family company.” 

By Curtis Houck | | February 17, 2017 | 2:12 PM EST

Another day, another dose of hilarious hypocrisy from serial liar Brian Williams. On his MSNBC show The 11th Hour late Thursday, Williams decried President Trump “liv[ing] largely through the world of television” and holding an “unhinged” press conference “brought to you by narcissism, thin-skinned chaos, and deeply personal grievances.”

By Kristine Marsh | | February 17, 2017 | 2:02 PM EST

Friday morning on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show, CBS’ Face the Nation anchor John Dickerson appeared to talk about the latest cabinet picks and Thursday’s presidential press conference. In the discussion, Hewitt asked Dickerson what he felt about the public’s fledgling perception of the press, and who was to blame for it. Surprisingly, Dickerson didn’t put the blame on the president, as the majority of the media have done.

By Lindsay Kornick | | February 17, 2017 | 1:44 PM EST

Despite the fact that I’m a Millennial myself, I’m always surprised by the things my generation is apparently doing. CBS’s The Great Indoors adds a new shock with Millennials definition of open relationships and hookup culture.