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By P.J. Gladnick | November 22, 2015 | 12:37 PM EST

Is this the funniest production yet from the Taiwanese Animators? A strong case can be made for the affirmative. Great graphics. Hilarious parody lyrics to the tune of "I Will Survive." And, above all, a singing voice that sounds remarkably like that of Hillary Clinton. So everybody, follow the bouncing ball and sing along:



By Kyle Drennen | November 22, 2015 | 11:18 AM EST

Appearing on Fox News Sunday, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh blasted President Obama for treating Republicans as a greater enemy than ISIS terrorists: “Barack Obama's number one enemy is the Republican Party and the conservative movement. You see he gets animated, he doesn't need cue cards, he doesn’t need Teleprompter when he starts ripping into them.”

By Tom Blumer | November 22, 2015 | 10:38 AM EST

In the wake of the Paris terrorist murder sprees, a media narrative that the U.S. is somehow less vulnerable to terrorist attacks than countries in Europe has arisen.

The reasons given for this contention would be uproariously funny if the stakes weren't so serious: "Geography and strict travel restrictions." Additionally, according to the report where the meme appears to have originated, there is "one measure" which makes the U.S. "arguably" more vulnerable: guns.

By Tim Graham | November 22, 2015 | 9:08 AM EST

The Latin Grammy awards on Thursday night came with an anti-Donald Trump protest. The Guadalajara-based pop-rock band Mana performed a song with San Jose-based Los Tigres del Norta called "Somos Más Americanos" ("We Are More American") and then unfurled a banner that read "Latinos unidos no voten por los racistas [Latinos, united, don't vote for the racists]."

Rolling Stone elaborated: "The Maná-covered Tigres del Norte ballad appears in Cama Incendiada, Maná's Latin Grammy-winning 2015 record for Best Pop/Rock Album. 'I want to remind the gringo that I didn't cross the border, the border crossed me,' goes the Spanish-language song against a menacing polka beat. 'America was born free, but the man divided it / They drew the line so I could cross it, and then call me an invader.'"

By Melissa Mullins | November 22, 2015 | 8:16 AM EST

If you want to talk about what contributes to the manufactured “war on women” argument, look no further than the lefties at They're going to politicize the period.  Forget about ISIS -- we women have our own bloody battle to deal with and Mic is putting it to the forefront with an article titled, “Meet the Women Who Want to Lead a Menstrual Revolution.” They even lament the injustice that "menstrual products aren’t covered by food stamps in the U.S."

By Brad Wilmouth | November 21, 2015 | 10:47 PM EST

On Friday's New Day on CNN, during a discussion of how to survive a terrorist attack from a mass shooter, CNN National Security Analyst Juliette Kayyem not only omitted any recommendation to prepare by learning to use a gun and keeping one handy, but she actually advised against fighting unless "you have no other option" after attempting to run or hide.

By Tim Graham | November 21, 2015 | 10:14 PM EST

In an interview with, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd attacked Hollywood as a “sick society” that claims to be liberal, but fails to treat women as equals in the movie biz. Dowd cited the “shocking statistic” that in 2013 and 2014 only 1.9 percent of the directors of the 100 top-grossing films were women. Then she compared Hollywood to other “sick societies” like Saudi Arabia, and the Catholic Church. "If you exclude the hearts and minds of women, you get warped. That’s what happened to Hollywood.”

By Jeffrey Lord | November 21, 2015 | 7:47 PM EST

Donald Trump saw his remarks about illegal immigration twisted into supposed advocacy for a database of Muslims, and the MSNBC headline came with a major twist: "Trump’s plan for a Muslim database draws comparison to Nazi Germany."

This is shameful. Utterly unprofessional journalism. And utterly typical. And you wonder why the American people have such a low opinion of journalists?

By Melissa Mullins | November 21, 2015 | 6:56 PM EST

Apparently the NBC News political team ’s Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, and Carrie Dann thought it would be a good idea to compare the fear and “political freak out” of the Ebola crisis in 2014 to the Paris terror attacks of 2015.

How could such a comparison be made?  Easy.  Todd and his crew are practically mocking the fear, concerns and suspicions Americans have of Syrian refugees entering the country to the same fear and “panic” displayed during the Ebola scare.  Of course, a deadly disease is one thing, allowing ISIS terrorists posing as refugees is a totally different level of fear.

By Jack Coleman | November 21, 2015 | 6:39 PM EST

An appearance last night on Alan Colmes' radio show went from bad to barely better for a spokesman with the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Hassan Shibly, executive director of the Florida CAIR branch at Tampa, made an earnest attempt to separate Islamic fanatics responsible for last week's carnage in Paris from genuine Muslims, despite a revealing gaffe right out of the gate.

By Brad Wilmouth | November 21, 2015 | 2:57 PM EST

On Friday's Real Time with Bill Maher, host Maher closed the last show of the season mocking Dr. Ben Carson and other "Jesus freaks" as he used a quote from Dr. Carson about "God's fingers" pushing him to the presidency, with the HBO host charging that God has been to blame for "every war in human history," including the Paris terrorist attacks.

Before giving his anti-religion commentary, Maher raised the issue of religion at the end of the show's regular "New Rules" segment as he took aim at Dr. Carson, calling him "Dr. Giggles," and a "dingdong." Maher:

By Curtis Houck | November 21, 2015 | 2:07 PM EST

In what has to be one of the more unusual pieces by the liberal media sounding the alarm on global warming, a piece in Thursday’s New York Times complained about the inability of wealthy (liberal) New Yorkers to wear their lucrative fall clothing due to stretches of warm temperatures in the Empire State.

By P.J. Gladnick | November 21, 2015 | 12:22 PM EST

Eeeek! Donald Trump wants databases! Oh, the horror!

NEWSFLASH!!! Every person legally residing in the United States is already in a database as Diamond & Silk have entertainingly pointed out. Even a liberal writer at Slate has admitted that Trump did not specifically single out Muslims alone to be placed on a database. As for the absurd claim that Trump wanted identity badges for Muslims, that wild charge has pretty much fizzled out by now despite attempts by the mainstream media to pretend it was a fact.

By Mark Finkelstein | November 21, 2015 | 12:17 PM EST

I turned on MSNBC this morning in the admittedly masochistic hope of seeing Melissa Harris-Perry, only to find Harry Smith--of all people--hosting continuing coverage of the Paris attacks and related issues.

After running clips of Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and Mike Huckabee questioning the admittance into the US of Syrian refugees, Smith immediately displayed on screen and read the passage of Matthew 25 that begins "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat . . . I was a stranger and you invited me in," etc.  Smith then turned to the Rev. Jacqui Lewis, pastor of the hyper-liberal Middle Collegiate Church in NYC's East Village, and asked this hyper-leading question: "is this as important a piece of the New Testament as exists?" Surprise! Lewis agreed that it "absolutely" is.

By Jorge Bonilla | November 21, 2015 | 12:13 PM EST

Readers of this byline have already suffered through the grandes pensées, respectively, of Univision's top anchors Jorge Ramos and María Elena Salinas. Now meet Enrique Acevedo, anchor of Univision’s late night national newscast Edición Nocturna, and his latest opinion column.