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By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham | | December 3, 2016 | 10:58 AM EST

Liberals in the press have spent weeks trashing “fake news” purveyors -- which is to say, those in the press who are not liberals -- while continuing to bow deeply to the fake news-makers at “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central.  Jon Stewart and New York magazine writer Chris Smith have written a new book called “An Oral History of The Daily Show," and they're the toast of Leftyville.

CBS host Charlie Rose set the adoring tone for Stewart: "[I]t became, for all of us, a, kind of, cultural event — more than a show." Rose later added, "There was nothing quite like him. A lot of people did it very well....But Jon had a special place." It’s annoying how liberals speak “for all of us.”

By Rich Noyes | | December 3, 2016 | 10:58 AM EST

In her 2003 book, Useful Idiots: How Liberals Got it Wrong in the Cold War and Still Blame America First, conservative writer Mona Charen offered an excellent juxtaposition of the horrors of the island prison Fidel Castro established with the fawning treatment he received from American journalists. Written after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the opening of the archives of the once totalitarian Eastern Bloc, Charen’s book establishes the foolish and naive thinking that Western liberals — including many journalists — employed in their attempt to sugarcoat the realities of communism, including in Cuba.

By Kristine Marsh | | December 3, 2016 | 8:10 AM EST

To start off ABC’s The View show December 2, the ladies actually discussed whether or not Trump’s election win was causing a phenomenon of wives spurning their husbands in the bedroom. Calling it the ‘Trump Bedroom Backlash’ Behar asked, “Is Trump causing ‘electile dysfunction?’” before the panel erupted in giggles but also agreement.

By NB Staff | | December 2, 2016 | 5:38 PM EST

Brent Bozell on Friday mocked the liberal media, saying journalists would have fainted if Barack Obama had saved the Carrier jobs that Donald Trump preserved. He also pointed out the hypocrisy of reporters who ignore the current President saying the positions would never be saved. Appearing on Fox News, the MRC President reminded, “If I'm a journalist covering this issue, why am I not covering the fact that the President-elect succeeded? The President who is stepping down ridiculed him for this. That's a real story. And you're not going to see that covered anywhere. Fox had it, but nobody else had it.” 

By Tim Graham | | December 2, 2016 | 5:24 PM EST

The Hollywood Reporter is touting how its own television wizard advises a media war on all things Trump. The headline is "In Order to Survive, Cable News Should Go Full Anti-Trump: There's one way for cable news to stave off steep declines over the next few years, writes THR's chief TV critic, and it involves embracing and channeling anti-Trump anger."

TV critic Tim Goodman lectured that "if we must have cable news, perhaps it's time for the people who run it to face the facts: Millions of people just proved, definitively, that facts don't matter to them. [Italics his.] For everybody else, they know you didn't or couldn't make facts matter, and so they are out searching for actual journalism..."

By Sarah Stites | | December 2, 2016 | 5:04 PM EST

A live action Barbie movie is finally in the works, and guess who’s starring? That’s right, folks. Amy Schumer. Before you say, “Wait! Barbie is the antithesis of radical feminism!” understand that this is no regular Barbie movie. In fact, Schumer will play the role of the imperfect doll who is banished to the real world for not fitting in. After learning to embrace her flaws and celebrate her uniqueness, Schumer returns to Barbieland to communicate the message.

By Kristine Marsh | | December 2, 2016 | 4:13 PM EST

Friday’s “Hot Topics” on the View was so incredibly biased it was hard to know where to begin. After playing a leaked audioclip of Trump aide Kellyanne Conway arguing with Clinton aide Jennifer Palmieri about the election results, Behar asked the panel if Palmieri was right in calling out Conway for winning on a platform of white supremacists. The liberal panelists wholeheartedly agreed with Palmieri, with Sara Haines making the most ludicrous comment.

By Kyle Drennen | | December 2, 2016 | 4:08 PM EST

On her MSNBC show on Friday, anchor Andrea Mitchell decried the fact that the usual liberal identity politics did not work with voters in November’s election. Talking to Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd, she fretted over the revelation that campaign focus groups “showed that people related to Hillary Clinton as a man.”

By Sam Dorman | | December 2, 2016 | 3:36 PM EST

Not everyone in the news media cheered on the November jobs report. Fox Business Network (FBN) anchor Stuart Varney criticized the report’s numbers on Dec. 2.

By Geoffrey Dickens | | December 2, 2016 | 3:35 PM EST

Right before CNN reporter Susan Malveaux was about to deliver a live report about Donald Trump’s visit to the Carrier plant on Thursday, a CNN producer was caught in a hot mic moment joking about Donald Trump’s plane crashing. Today the network apologized for the rare behind-the-scenes incident that reveals liberal media bias.  

By Sarah Stites | | December 2, 2016 | 3:29 PM EST

If Hollywood has learned any lesson from the calamity of Trump’s election, it is this: the President-Elect has popped Tinsel Town’s gilded bubble. And for the better. According to Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment Group, shows like How to Get Away with Murder might not actually be very reflective of America at large. Shocker!

By Mike Ciandella | | December 2, 2016 | 3:12 PM EST

CNN President Jeff Zucker went on the defensive Wednesday night, when a room full of campaign surrogates called him out for his network’s lopsided campaign coverage. However, as a surrogate for a former GOP candidate pointed out, the MRC has proven that CNN's track record this campaign season has been anything but defensible.

By Callista Ring | | December 2, 2016 | 1:50 PM EST

Although Donald Trump’s election left singer and Hillary Clinton enthusiast Katy Perry feeling “vulnerable, confused and frightened like a child,” Perry gushed that it was Clinton who gave her a “new,” "more determined” voice. According to Cosmopolitan, at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball on Tuesday night, Perry was presented with the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award by none other than surprise guest, her “hero,” Hillary Clinton!

By Katie Yoder | | December 2, 2016 | 1:37 PM EST

The producers of a record-breaking abortion movie are calling out Hollywood for a “politically-motivated double-standard” after distributors dismissed their film as “too controversial.”

By Matthew Balan | | December 2, 2016 | 1:33 PM EST

Jill Filipovic wildly claimed that "sex is about to get a lot less fun" in a Thursday op-ed on CNN.com. Filipovic pointed the finger at Donald Trump nominating ObamaCare opponent, Rep. Tom Price, to be HHS secretary, and claimed the move is "just one peek at what Trump's notorious misogyny will look like when it's translated into policy." The Cosmopolitan contributor zeroed in on ObamaCare's "provision that full covers contraception," and claimed that if the controversial law is repealed, many women would no longer be able to "enjoy recreational sex without suffering economically, professionally or medically from an unwanted pregnancy."