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By Matt Philbin | | January 24, 2017 | 10:47 AM EST

In Hollywood, there are unforgivable crimes – performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration, for one. Making a serious movie about Christ’s passion and death, for another. But a powerful and celebrated 43-year-old director raping and sodomizing a 13-year-old? Not so much. 

By Jorge Bonilla | | January 24, 2017 | 8:30 AM EST

Univision continues to disseminate fake news with regard to unrepentant FALN terrorist Oscar López Rivera, whose prison sentence was commuted by former President Barack Obama during his final hours in office. The latest instance of this image rehab happened on Sunday's edition of the network's weekly public affairs program, Al Punto, and featured some of the usual suspects.

By Jay Maxson | | January 24, 2017 | 8:07 AM EST

What do we do if we are increasingly willing to ignore “facts?” According to Jeff Rivers, “we’ll end up in real trouble.” Writing for ESPN’s The Undefeated blog, Rivers writes that when it comes to public policy “we too often allow ideology and political maneuvering to render facts moot, especially when those facts support inconvenient truths such as global climate change.” 

By Tim Graham | | January 24, 2017 | 7:39 AM EST

The January 27 edition of Entertainment Weekly magazine devoted two pages to a kissy-kissy Obama farewell titled “The Obamas’ Best Pop Culture Moments.”  Hollywood loved the Obamas, and cooperated in their propaganda ministry whenever requested. These are now “precious moments” to Entertainment Weekly, even the pedestrian note that the Obama daughters took an Inauguration selfie in 2013. The Obamas are "amazing and graceful," "always health-conscious" and "funny" and "badass."

By Justin Ashford | | January 24, 2017 | 1:19 AM EST

The CBS Man With a Plan episode appropriately titled "The Talk" made the birds and the bees a little more liberal than the traditional way parents put it for their children, adding only shock and confusion.

By Randy Hall | | January 23, 2017 | 11:57 PM EST

Donald Trump has only been in the White House since Friday, but liberal extremists are already hammering the Republican president as a threat to human rights around the world who “despises the notions of fundamental rights and human dignity” and is a “blatant racist demagogue and would-be dictator.”

That's the opinion put forth on Monday by Natalie Nougayrede, a columnist for the liberal British Guardian newspaper who declared that Trump's presidency “risks unleashing a tsunami that could sweep away the human rights movement as it has so far existed.”

By Callista Ring | | January 23, 2017 | 11:56 PM EST

The liberal HBO show The Young Pope’s fourth episode, aired on January 23, has the Pope suggest that pedophiles and homosexuals constitute a whopping two thirds of the clergy.

By Karen Townsend | | January 23, 2017 | 11:54 PM EST

In “Chapter Fifty-Two” of CW’s Jane the Virgin, one last desperate quip in support of Hillary Clinton was randomly inserted into a conversation about Jane’s husband Michael’s (Brett Dier) new ambition to be a stand-up comedian.

By Nicholas Fondacaro | | January 23, 2017 | 11:25 PM EST

Dan Rather, a man whose career at CBS was destroyed by a lie he couldn’t let go of, appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball where he was outraged at Kellyanne Conway’s coined term of “alternate facts.” “Well, to say it was unfortunate is, to put it mildly. This was a big mistake,” he declared as he started to tear into the president’s advisor, “None of us can go into this world alternative facts.” 

By Tom Blumer | | January 23, 2017 | 10:50 PM EST

The New York Times reported Monday afternoon that NBC has suspended Saturday Night Live writer Katie Rich indefinitely for tweeting ... well, what? Reporter Dave Itzkoff failed to tell readers what Rich tweeted just minutes after Donald Trump was inaugurated as the nation's 45th President on Friday. Instead, he vaguely described it as "a widely criticized post she made Friday on her personal Twitter account in which she mocked Barron Trump, the 10-year-old son of President Donald J. Trump." That description required over 100 more characters than Rich's offensive tweet contained. Itzkoff's failure to quote is part of a trend.

By Nicholas Fondacaro | | January 23, 2017 | 8:45 PM EST

Saturday Night Live writer Katie Rich found herself in hot water over the weekend after the 33-year-old thought it was humorous to bully 10-year-old Barron Trump, saying “Barron will be this country’s first homeschool shooter.” In response to Rich’s vile tweet, former first daughter Chelsea Clinton spoke up and defended the president’s son. ABC and NBC, of course, touted her defense Monday morning, but none of them mentioned the offense originated from an SNL writer, a show they love to quote. 

By Jack Coleman | | January 23, 2017 | 7:32 PM EST

Two largely unheralded accomplishments by President Trump right out of the gate -- first, his mere presence in Washington compelled countless women to get more exercise in one day than Michelle Obama could persuade them to exert over eight years. And second, inducing liberal court jester Bill Maher to question the sanctity of a major federal bureaucracy. Not bad for Trump's first weekend in office.

Maher conspicuously deviated from his practice of including at least a token conservative or Trump supporter among his guests on Friday night's season opener of HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, opting instead to go unchallenged with a group of like-minded leftists who nodded vigorously in agreement. A safe space indeed for a man who once touted his politically incorrect bona fides.

By Scott Whitlock | | January 23, 2017 | 3:58 PM EST

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Monday battled with CNN reporter Jim Acosta, demanding that journalists just “report it straight up” when it comes to the President. CNN is the outlet that Trump blasted as “fake news” and Spicer demanded, “Some days we do do the right thing. Some days we are successful.... When we're wrong, say we're wrong. But it's not always wrong and negative.” 

By Clay Waters | | January 23, 2017 | 3:50 PM EST

New York Times media reporter Jim Rutenberg used the D-word in his latest excoriation of the new president in “The Costs of Trump’s Brand of Reality.” “Disinformation was once for dictatorships, not the U.S.”...was how Rutenberg's story was plugged on the front of Monday’s paper, for his “Mediator” column on the front of Business Day.

By Kristine Marsh | | January 23, 2017 | 3:49 PM EST

To start off his first week in office, Donald Trump spent the morning signing executive orders, one of which was reversing a pro-abortion policy from the Obama Administration. The “Mexico City” policy, more commonly called the “Global Gag” policy by the left, bans federal funds from being given to organizations who pay for or promote abortions overseas. It was originally enacted by Ronald Reagan in 1984 and was rescinded in 2009 by President Obama. Now eight years later, President Trump has reinstated the policy, and some liberal journalists’ displeasure with the news came across in their reporting and their tweets.