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By Matt Philbin | | October 28, 2016 | 11:41 AM EDT

It hurts journalists right to their activist little hearts, so they’re trying like heck to avoid telling you. But the Colin Kaepernick-led national anthem protests really are hurting the NFL’s ratings. 

By Sarah Stites | | October 28, 2016 | 11:05 AM EDT

At least the Vogue editorial board has conceded that its endorsement of Hillary Clinton “won’t come as a surprise,” considering the magazine’s “enthusiastic” coverage of her public life.

By Tom Johnson | | October 28, 2016 | 10:12 AM EDT

Some left-wing pundits, anticipating that Donald Trump will lose on November 8, are pre-emptively trying to make sure that conservatives take the blame for Trump’s nomination. Gary Legum of Salon argued that right-wing news outlets “have both spent the better part of the Obama administration pushing the exact silly demagoguery  and conspiracy theories that riled up the conservative base and pushed it into nominating a demagogue of its own.” The Washington Monthly’s Martin Longman claimed that “other than John Kasich, at times, and short-timers like George Pataki and maybe Jim Gilmore, the rest of the field represented (or, at least, pandered to) a far right-wing conservative worldview that has been steeping in weaponized stupidity for the entire Obama Era.”

By Matt Philbin | | October 28, 2016 | 9:54 AM EDT

As the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians play a classic World Series, it's hard not to get swept up in the drama, the excitement, the whining. Cleveland's Chief Wahoo hasn't just stirred the pride of Indians baseball fans, he's stirred the ire of the Indian grievance industry. MLB has expressed concern (of course) and promised to address the issue after the series, and it remains to be seen whether the PC bullies can defeat Chief Wahoo. In the meantime, here are some team names and logos to keep indignant liberals occupied.

By Tim Graham | | October 28, 2016 | 9:48 AM EDT

CNN media reporter Dylan Byers was seriously unhappy that Washington Post media reporter Paul Farhi wrote a story about how "objective" reporters are unleashing harsh opinions all over Twitter. Byers went on a five-part Twitter rant about how "poorly executed" this story was -- mostly because these liberal opinions were only demonstrated "clever assessments" or a "well-informed understanding" that Trump's campaign was a strategic disaster.

By Dan Gainor | | October 28, 2016 | 8:38 AM EDT

Editor’s Note: Normal people might find some of this offensive. (We hope. Dear Lord, please!)

Election 2016 has been terrifying. So let’s take a break and talk about something more calming -- Halloween. Even a holiday designed to scare the heck out of you should be a breath of fresh air. Forget Clinton and Trump. Imagine Psycho, The Exorcist or The Night of The Living Dead.

By Karen Townsend | | October 28, 2016 | 1:54 AM EDT

The season opener of CBS’s Life in Pieces introduces an odd new couple to an already odd family in the episode “Annulled Roommate Pill Shower.” Season Two brings us the “Uncle-Dad” from a brother and sister relationship.

By Lindsay Kornick | | October 28, 2016 | 1:30 AM EDT

If you’re sick and tired of the coddled special snowflake treatment of Millennials, then CBS has got the show for you. The Great Indoors features the struggle of outdoorsman Jack Gordon (Joel McHale) as he rejoins a magazine publication now moving online and run by a bunch of selfie-taking, participation trophy-winning Millennials. And there are no "safe spaces" when Joel McHale is involved.

By Justin Ashford | | October 28, 2016 | 1:06 AM EDT

CBS’s new medical drama, Pure Genius, opened its series with a pro-life message that was quite powerful. Bunker Hill is opened as the most innovative hospital in the world, headed up by billionaire James Bell (Augustus Prew). Mr. Bell aims to partner futuristic technology with medicine to create an experience no other facility can provide.

By Justin Ashford and Alexa Moutevelis Coombs | | October 28, 2016 | 12:15 AM EDT

Well, sometimes even Hollywood can get it right in a pro-abortion world. Thursday night’s episode of The Big Bang Theory acknowledges what should be obvious: being pregnant equals a baby.

By Nicholas Fondacaro | | October 28, 2016 | 12:09 AM EDT

With Halloween just a few short days away, and Election Day 12 days away, NBC Nightly News thought it would be fun to show off of a series of “spooky” house decorations. They weren’t any old Halloween decorations, “Many neighbors are decorating their homes this year to make a political statement. And it is giving a whole new meaning to election scare tactics,” joked NBC Anchor Lester Holt. But the main focus of their report was a yard dedicated to slamming GOP nominee Donald Trump. 

By Nicholas Fondacaro | | October 27, 2016 | 10:54 PM EDT

WikiLeaks unveiled yet another highly damaging e-mail for the Clinton campaign Thursday, this one drawing big bold lines between former President Bill Clinton and the companies that helped make him rich. “It reveals a tangled web of charity and personal financial enrichment in what the aide calls ‘Bill Clinton Incorporated,’” announced Anchor Scott Pelley at the top of CBS Evening News. CBS was the only network in the “Big Three” to treat the issue with any form of seriousness, while ABC and NBC chose to glorify First Lady Michelle Obama instead. 

By Tim Graham | | October 27, 2016 | 9:46 PM EDT

NPR’s media correspondent David Folkenflik loves to report negative stories about Fox News, over and over again. Since July 6, he’s filed 16 negative reports on Fox News and the sexual-harassment lawsuits, leading to the departure of longtime boss Roger Ailes.

The least surprising story on Wednesday night’s All Things Considered was Folkenflik enjoying the Tuesday night Fox News fight between Megyn Kelly and Newt Gingrich. Like the other leftists, Folkenflik took the side of Kelly, scorning Gingrich as a finger-wagging old man losing voters for Trump.

By NB Staff | | October 27, 2016 | 9:08 PM EDT

Media Research Center Research Director Rich Noyes continued his media blitz by appearing on the Thursday installment of Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs Tonight to promote his must-read study on a stunning disparity by the major broadcast networks in coverage of Donald Trump’s scandals versus Hillary Clinton’s pitfalls. 

By P.J. Gladnick | | October 27, 2016 | 7:20 PM EDT

Esquire magazine's resident Chekist, Matt Miller, whose official job title is Associate Culture Editor, is now engaged in a culture war against celebrities whose high crime is that they haven't joined in the liberal hate fest against Donald Trump by openly denouncing him. Not only does he condemn them generally but Miller goes so far as to list their names along with their social media following. It doesn't matter if these celebrities are silent even though they really support Hillary or they are just apolitical or if they secretly support Trump but don't want to alienate a portion of their fan base. To Miller it is an outright Thought Crime if they don't loudly become as openly psychotic over Trump as he is.