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By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham | | May 17, 2016 | 10:59 PM EDT

The New York Times proclaimed the results of their six-week “investigation” on the front page of the Sunday paper. They discovered that Donald Trump is kind of sleazy around women. They want us to know this right now – not six months ago – when it’s clear he’s the Republican nominee against Mrs. Bill Clinton.

No Republican is surprised. Their shameless partisanship knows no bounds.

By Nicholas Fondacaro | | May 17, 2016 | 10:38 PM EDT

During their Tuesday evening newscasts, all of the “big three” networks ignored explosive new details about former President Bill Clinton’s relationship with convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein. “It’s no secret that former President Bill Clinton had a relationship with Jeffrey Epstein,” reported Fox News’ Shannon Bream on Special Report, “A prominent businessman who went to jail as part of a plea deal he reached while being investigated amid allegations that he was a pedophile, who had sex with scores of underage girls and used his staff to procure the victims.”

By Curtis Houck | | May 17, 2016 | 9:57 PM EDT

MSNBC’s Hardball host Chris Matthews is no stranger to awkward and bizarre outbursts of affection for liberals (plus the occasional fellow cable host) and so Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio) could be added to the list as he professed his admiration during Tuesday’s live coverage of the Kentucky and Oregon primaries with a full-blown testimony and even a plea for Brown to sing.

By Tom Johnson | | May 17, 2016 | 9:47 PM EDT

Universities have generated countless breakthroughs in science, technology, and medicine. Then there’s the product of higher education that Kevin Drum discussed in a Saturday post: “The first concrete movement toward gender-neutral bathrooms started at universities. Now it's becoming mainstream. Good work, idealistic college kids!"

Drum remarked that some current campus obsessions -- “safe spaces, microaggressions, trigger warnings” -- might be considered “dumb,” but added, “I've always found it hard to get too exercised about this stuff. These kids are 19 years old. They want to change the world. They're idealistic and maybe too impatient with anyone who doesn't want to move as fast as they do. So were you and I at that age. Frankly, if they didn't go a little overboard about social justice, I'd be worried about them.”

By Clay Waters | | May 17, 2016 | 9:10 PM EDT

Steer clear of the Clinton scandals, it’s bound to backfire, the New York Times warned presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday. It’s been the paper's same helpful advice to Republicans since 1992. Patrick Healy, a fierce journalistic defender of the former first lady, took up arms for Hillary Clinton and her “decades of experience and qualifications” defeating various forms of “boorishness.”

By Randy Hall | | May 17, 2016 | 6:48 PM EDT

In early May, Yasmin Nouh -- a blog editor at the Huffington Post website – stated: “Muslim women worldwide wear the hijab -- Islamic head covering -- in various ways,” which is “a testament to the rich diversity of Muslim women.” She then asked readers to send a picture of themselves with a short description to “illustrate the vibrancy and diversity of women who wear it.”

A week later, Nouh -- who wears a hajib herself -- posted an article in the Religion section containing 20 entries that show “the world how truly diverse Muslim women who wear the headscarf can be,” ranging from “having the freedom to live and express myself in my own way while still holding on to my beliefs and values” to "I'm Muslim and I'm proud!"

By Bruce Bookter | | May 17, 2016 | 6:28 PM EDT

Apparently maintaining the pretense of objectivity and neutrality has just grown entirely too tiresome.

By Curtis Houck | | May 17, 2016 | 6:25 PM EDT

Washington Post local columnist Petula Dvorak appears to have made it an firm habit of continually updating the life of a transgender child named Tyler for at least four years so she naturally returned to the child and his family on Tuesday to denounce the “hateful” and “mostly stupid” debate over transgender bathroom laws that they claim wasn’t started by the LGBT community. 

By Tim Graham | | May 17, 2016 | 5:05 PM EDT

While Philip Elliott bashed Fox News anchors as zombies and incest enthusiasts in his TIME interview with Megyn Kelly (a question that somehow didn’t make the print edition), when it came to Hillary, he was a Vox-style explainer of the liberal take on politics. At the front of the magazine was a story headlined “Hillary’s new plan to trump Trump – by being boring.”

Boring is a virtue, claimed Elliott and co-author Charlotte Alter (the daughter of longtime Newsweek Clinton-booster Jonathan Alter). Hillary’s top aides “have settled into a governing-over-glamour plan in a way that Trump’s Republican rivals never did, and the candidate has far more discipline and a thicker skin than any of the 16 Trump vanquished.” The Republicans didn’t try “governing over glamour”?

By Matthew Balan | | May 17, 2016 | 5:05 PM EDT

CNN's At This Hour on Tuesday spotlighted Senator Marco Rubio's attack on the Washington Post on Twitter. An on-screen graphic hyped how "Rubio Launches Bizarre Tweetstorm Against Media." The Florida Republican mocked the "genius line" in the liberal newspaper that "claims that I'm a bit at sea in terms of [my] next step politically." Rubio added, "Ummmm, not really. I have only said like 10,000 times I will be a private citizen in January."

By Kyle Drennen | | May 17, 2016 | 4:09 PM EDT

In an interview streamed on YouTube and Facebook Live on Monday, Buzzfeed News legal editor Chris Geidner grilled President Obama over his nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court: “...a large part of your legacy on judicial nominations has been diversifying the federal bench....You had an opportunity with this nomination to, for the first time in the nation’s history, if the justice was confirmed, to have a Supreme Court that was not a majority of straight white men. Why didn’t you take that opportunity?”

By Alatheia Nielsen | | May 17, 2016 | 3:53 PM EDT

Liberal actor and climate alarmist Mark Ruffalo is scaring Flint residents into not bathing or washing their hands, without cause.

Virginia Tech professor Dr. Marc Edwards ripped Ruffalo as an “A-List Actor But F-List Scientist” on May 16, 2016, for “pseudoscience and false alarms” created by Ruffalo’s activist group, Water Defense.

By Mairead McArdle | | May 17, 2016 | 3:53 PM EDT

It is not enough for a Huffington Post contributor to write a hit piece on someone who challenges the  Equal Rights Amendment. She made sure to throw in a slur.

On Monday, HuffPo’s Kimberley A. Johnson urged feminists of all stripes to embrace and push for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). She blamed its failure to pass in the 1970s on a “toxic gender traitor by the name of Phyllis Schlafly.”

By Scott Whitlock | | May 17, 2016 | 3:20 PM EDT

Fox’s Megyn Kelly on Monday said that if the New York Times doesn’t want to cover Bill Clinton’s problems with women, the so-called paper of record should be “shamed” into doing so. Appearing on Fox and Friends, Kelly highlighted the Times’s efforts to go after Trump’s issues with women: “They ought to do the same to her. Because Trump's allegations about Hillary's past with women and the role she played in trying to diminish ones who claim they had affairs or attacked by Bill Clinton is also relevant if we're going back 25 years on him and figure out what he did.” 

By Mairead McArdle | | May 17, 2016 | 3:06 PM EDT

Hell’s glory days could be over, according to National Geographic. The idea of eternal punishment is not as chic as it was in olden days.

In a NatGeo story published last week, senior science correspondent Mark Strauss explained a “campaign to eliminate hell” headed by a “new generation of evangelical scholars” who take issue with the idea that sinners are doomed forever.