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By NB Staff | | April 11, 2016 | 11:28 PM EDT

MRC president Brent Bozell appeared on the Fox Business program After The Bell on Monday to discuss the strange Boston Globe fake front-page mocking what “President Trump” was doing in the White House.

Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller praised the stunt as " a very creative response to make people pay attention to what Donald Trump has been saying," but Bozell wasn’t having it, as Fox Business host Melissa Francis pointed out the Globe’s precarious business situation:

By Bruce Bookter | | April 11, 2016 | 11:01 PM EDT

ESPN’s Bomani Jones really wants you to know that his T-shirt is clean, and powerful. Bomani Jones wore a ‘Caucasians’ t-shirt after his appearance on Mike & Mike last week. A shirt basically identical to a Cleveland Indians shirt, complete with Chief Wahoo, except it says, ‘Caucasians’ and has a dollar sign in place of a feather.

By Curtis Louder | | April 11, 2016 | 10:49 PM EDT

Let's be honest. There is never a shortage of topics to write about where the HBO show Vinyl is concerned. As stated previously, it is a brutally honest look at the 70's record industry. So rather than write each week about how much drug use there is or how many sex scenes we see, it makes more sense to wait until the show crosses a line that isn't white and powdery.

By Curtis Houck | | April 11, 2016 | 9:40 PM EDT

Monday’s Hardball featured host Chris Matthews squaring off against Sanders campaign chairman Jeff Weaver and after a tense exchange on whether Clinton’s lucrative donors signaled she’s “made a deal with the devil,” Matthews gushed that Sanders often strikes his “erogenous zone” on certain issues: "There’s an amazing number of things you mentioned I have to agree with you and your candidate on, as you know. You know my erogenous zone, you're hitting it."

By Dylan Gwinn | | April 11, 2016 | 9:33 PM EDT

Because this is the job of a sports reporter, Brian Alee-Walsh, who covers the New Orleans Saints for the Sun Herald, reacted to the death of former New Orleans Saints defensive lineman Will Smith by…wait for it…calling for gun control.

By Kristine Marsh | | April 11, 2016 | 9:26 PM EDT

On Moday's ABC World News Tonight, anchor David Muir opened with “the law that’s become a flashpoint,” talking about North Carolina’s transgender bathroom law. Muir highlighted that Bruce Springsteen had cancelled concerts in the state to protest the law, before leaving the rest of the report to correspondent Steve Osunsami who claimed Christians were "cheering" over the law that discriminates against "gay families statewide."

By Clay Waters | | April 11, 2016 | 8:55 PM EDT

As Obama’s final term dwindles down, New York Times reporter Gardiner Harris made a celebratory defense of First Lady Michelle Obama’s supposedly newfound political voice on Monday: “Addressing Graduates, First Lady Speaks Out.” The text box read: “Displaying a personal side by highlighting issues involving race, gender and class.” All the liberal buzzwords went unchallenged by Harris. The NYT did the same thing for the First Lady during last year's commencement season.

By Curtis Houck | | April 11, 2016 | 8:16 PM EDT

Syndicated conservative columnist and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer took Donald Trump to task during Monday’s Special Report panel for his long-winded complaints about the delegate selection process with Krauthammer noting that if Trump can’t handle the selection of convention delegates in Colorado, then he might not be able to take on the Chinese.

By Dylan Gwinn | | April 11, 2016 | 7:22 PM EDT

In the wake of the murder of his former player, defensive end Will Smith, this weekend, New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton issued a challenge to Black Lives Matter, to stand-up and protest black-on-black violence, the same way they protest white-on-black violence.

Actually, he’s not. That would be helpful. Instead, he’s calling for a gun ban.

By Randy Hall | | April 11, 2016 | 7:02 PM EDT

During a Thursday guest appearance on MSNBC, the Rev. Al Sharpton -- whose weekday afternoon show on the liberal cable channel was replaced with a program on Sunday mornings – claimed that former President Bill Clinton should apologize for “lecturing” two protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement in a rally held a week earlier in Philadelphia.

When host Steve Kornacki asked if the civil rights leader agrees with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' demand for an apology, Sharpton replied: “I think that the way that President Clinton responded in terms of his kind of reprimand and lecturing was inappropriate.”

By Matthew Balan | | April 11, 2016 | 6:17 PM EDT

Kurt Eichenwald deemed himself an authority on the Bible and Christianity in a Monday item for Newsweek, as he lectured Mississippi Christians on their new religious liberty law. Eichenwald blasted the "the rogues' parade of Bible-thumpers who know nothing about what the Bible actually says" in the state, and contended that orthodox Christian theologians had gotten it wrong about sexuality and marriage for nearly 2,000 years: "They don't want to know what the Bible actually says about gay people because it might force them to examine their own behavior, rather than castigating someone else's."

By Scott Whitlock | | April 11, 2016 | 5:16 PM EDT

Who better than James Carville and Paul Begala to weigh in on the 1992 presidential race and just how “impressive” and “strong” Hillary Clinton was in defense of her husband? Apparently, that was the thinking of the CNN producers behind the Race for the White House series. 

By Jorge Bonilla | | April 11, 2016 | 4:46 PM EDT

Politics is downstream from culture, and telenovela culture is still very much pro-life.

By Kyle Drennen | | April 11, 2016 | 4:44 PM EDT

On Sunday and Monday, all three network shows hailed rocker Bruce Springsteen’s decision to cancel a concert in North Carolina as further evidence of the “firestorm” and “growing backlash” against religious freedom laws recently passed there and in other states.

By Edgard Portela | | April 11, 2016 | 4:35 PM EDT

Donald Trump’s plan to negotiate a mechanism whereby funds from Mexico or Mexican nationals pay for the border wall between that country and the United States was the subject of a completely one-sided segment on Univision anchor Jorge Ramos’ weekly public affairs program, Al Punto.