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By Randy Hall | | February 13, 2017 | 8:33 PM EST

Liberal comedienne Sarah Silverman has never been a fan of conservatives and has often said so in a long string of online tweets. However, she took her obsession to the next level on Sunday, when she posted: “Walking to get coffee saw these all over a sidewalk in the town I'm in. Is this an attempt at swastikas? Do neo-nazis not have Google?”

However, those “swastikas” were actually fairly standard markers used by utility workers. According to a construction worker who responded on the Twitter website, the curvy orange “X” symbols note the locations of underground pipes, wires and other potential obstacles to a variety of projects.

By James Powers | | February 13, 2017 | 5:25 PM EST

Do liberals really think cartoons aimed at five year olds should be pushing climate change propaganda? One Slate writer does. Slate’s parenting advice columnist Melinda Wenner Moyer whined that cartoons just don’t have enough climate change indoctrination. Moyer wrote on Feb 6, that said she found it strange that when she mentioned climate change to her five year old, he said he didn’t know what it was. Moyer argued that, since her son was learning scientific things like “A cheetah can run 70 miles per hour” and “Venus and Earth are about the same size,” those cartoons should be warning him about the “hugely important environmental issue” of climate change.

By Melissa Mullins | | February 13, 2017 | 5:19 PM EST

The New York Times scolded one of their own for having the audacity to refer to First Lady Melania Trump as a “hooker.”  The disparaging remark came from a reporter who happened to be sitting beside supermodel and actress Emily Ratajkowski at a New York Fashion Week event.  Ratajkowski did not appear amused and made the reporter’s remarks known by posting a series of tweets.  In one tweet, she called the "gender-specific" comment “disgusting sexist bull---t.” The Times agreed it was "completely inappropriate."

By Kyle Drennen | | February 13, 2017 | 5:09 PM EST

Appearing on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports on Monday, Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy called out the host’s biased reporting in real time, ripping slanted segments that aired just moments earlier: “I personally think the biggest problem is the media attacks on the President. Just in the past 20 minutes listening to this show on [MS]NBC, we get the feeling the President is not appointing women, which is not true.”

By Katie Yoder | | February 13, 2017 | 4:40 PM EST

While the broadcast networks are (finally) covering nationwide pro-life rallies against Planned Parenthood, they still have a long way to go: not one reported on the struggle between counter-protesters and police as they guarded the pro-life marchers in Washington, D.C. last weekend.

By Scott Whitlock | | February 13, 2017 | 4:31 PM EST

Brian Williams, the disgraced journalist who gushed over the “reflective” Barack Obama and bowed to the Democratic president, has now changed his mind. With Republican Donald Trump in the White House, he now wants tough hard-hitting questions. The man who once held up a copy of Newsweek and asked Obama to comment on it, on Monday lamented that Trump wasn’t grilled by journalists. 

By Curtis Houck | | February 13, 2017 | 4:01 PM EST

For President Trump’s third joint press conference with a foreign leader, the President skipped over the major broadcast networks, cable networks, liberal newspapers, and wire services on Monday with Canadien Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. In lieu of those outlets, he called on Sinclair Broadcasting Group and The Daily Caller. 

By Scott Whitlock | | February 13, 2017 | 1:03 PM EST

Veteran ABC journalist Cokie Roberts on Sunday agreed with a Democratic strategist’s smear that Donald Trump’s “America First” mentality really means “white America First.” Appearing on a This Week panel, Jamal Simmons attacked, “The thing about this all that is so concerning to me is that the President is undermining all these American institutions —  he's going after the press, he's going after the judiciary.” 

By Clay Waters | | February 13, 2017 | 1:01 PM EST

Why don’t people think the media are sufficiently concerned about Islamic terrorism? Well there’s this, for one. And the New York Times Sunday Review brought another exhibit from columnist Nicholas Kristof, who has an obsession with trying to shrink the threat of Islamic terrorism to the size of a bathtub -- or at least, to the threat posed by bathtubs. And stairs. And husbands, as in his latest column, “Husbands Are Deadlier Than Terrorists.” To Kristof everything in the world is more important that the Islamic terror threat, which is why he regularly issues callous, tone-deaf, often innumerate attempts to convince his readers that it's some kind of right-wing paranoid myth.

By Curtis Houck | | February 13, 2017 | 12:59 PM EST

While the rest of the media were swooning over recent Saturday Night Live episodes almost exclusively devoted to anti-Trump sketches, Monday’s Good Morning America hit pause on that narrative, wondering if it’s “going too far” “pushing their politics” and “sacrificing some laughs along the way.”

By Brad Wilmouth | | February 13, 2017 | 12:50 PM EST

On Sunday's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, there was a substantial contrast between the treatment of Maryland Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings and White House advisor Stephen Miller when it came to charges of massive voting irregularities. After host George Stephanopoulos got into a heated exchange with Miller as he repeatedly pressed the Donald Trump advisor about claims of voter fraud, in the very next segment, when Rep. Cummings claimed that millions were denied the right to vote because of voter ID laws, the Maryland Democrat received no pushback whatsoever from the ABC host.

By NB Staff | | February 13, 2017 | 12:12 PM EST

According to Brent Bozell, liberal journalists would rather “cause mayhem” in the country than allow Donald Trump to be successful. The Media Research Center President appeared on the Fox Business Channel, Monday, to discuss the non-stop hostility in the press against Trump. 

By Geoffrey Dickens | | February 13, 2017 | 11:12 AM EST

At a time when Hollywood seems increasingly secular by the day, Chris Pratt refreshingly is not afraid to share his faith. In a February 13 Instagram post the Jurassic World star revealed the Biblical verse that keeps him inspired on a daily basis. 

By Kyle Drennen | | February 13, 2017 | 9:48 AM EST

During an interview with Patriots owner Robert Kraft about his NFL team’s Super Bowl win, on Monday’s NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer turned the conversation to politics and demanded Kraft defend his friendship with President Trump: “Your relationship with Donald Trump, I should mention, goes back a while.... Has your relationship with Donald Trump in any way strained your relationship with some of your players? Who, by the way, some say they don't want to go to the White House to celebrate this win.”

By Jay Maxson | | February 13, 2017 | 8:26 AM EST

With the Super Bowl done and gone, it’s going to be a long offseason for pro football fans. For a growing, vocal and unhappy band of leftist brothers, the offseason can’t last long enough.