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By Callista Ring | | October 7, 2016 | 1:41 PM EDT

The latest of the liberal-leaning Clarify podcasts on Spotify addressed the issue of police killings, attributing the problem to a “pattern of racial discrimination.” The third episode of the podcast released Sept. 27 was called “Civil Rights.” In it, host Baratunde Thurston, a former producer of The Daily Show, discussed the “lack of accountability” in policing while neglecting to include any sort of pro-law enforcement voice.

By Tom Blumer | | October 7, 2016 | 1:03 PM EDT

Media "fact-checkers" have finally arrived to the point where unpleasant facts stated by people they consider unpleasant can simply be labeled "misleading," and dismissed without anything resembling a coherent explanation.

Apparently Kurtis Lee and Seema Mehta at the Los Angeles Times have access to a special Newspeak news media version of the dictionary which contains a definition of "misleading" differing from the real dictionary: "deceptive; tending to mislead" ("mislead" as a verb primarily means "to lead or guide wrongly; lead astray"). They're using their Newspeak definition to claim that a completely factual statement by Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence about U.S. plans to accept Syrian refugees, which they label an "accusation" in their headline, is, well, "misleading."

By Scott Whitlock | | October 7, 2016 | 12:49 PM EDT

PBS host Charlie Rose on Thursday discussed Kim Kardashian and the musical Hamilton with Supreme Court Judge Stephen Breyer. Yet, he offered no tough questions on the justice’s liberalism and instead labeled him a moderate. In a fawning introduction, Rose told viewers that Breyer “is known for his pragmatism, love of literature and love of architecture.” 

By Kyle Drennen | | October 7, 2016 | 11:46 AM EDT

On Friday, all three network morning shows dutifully advanced concerns from Hillary Clinton’s campaign that Hurricane Matthew could impact voter registration in Florida and touted the Democratic nominee’s demand that the state’s deadline for registration be extended to help her get more support at the ballot box in November.

By Mike Ciandella | | October 7, 2016 | 11:19 AM EDT

According to a recently released batch of emails, White House and State Department Staff had conspired to pressure CBS to not ask Kerry anything about Clinton’s email scandal during a Face the Nation interview on March 15, 2015. Jennifer Palmieri, the former White House communications director sent an email about this very interview asking "[t]hink we can get this done so he is not asked about email.”

By Kristine Marsh | | October 7, 2016 | 11:05 AM EDT

While safety is typically one’s top concern when facing a natural disaster, apparently partisan politics should be more important, to ABC. Former Bill Clinton staffer turned news anchor George Stephanopoulos turned a interview with Republican Governor of Florida Rick Scott about Hurricane Matthew into an argument for Hillary Friday morning when he badgered Scott to let Florida voters continue registering beyond the deadline, because of the hurricane.

By Tim Graham | | October 7, 2016 | 10:57 AM EDT

New York Times TV writer Dave Itzkoff caused liberals to buzz about how they miss David Letterman on television with an article on Friday headlined “Letterman Has No Love for ‘Damaged’ Trump.”

Letterman was furious about Trump’s mockery of New York Times reporter Serge Kovalesky, saying the mockery showed Trump was a “damaged human being” and “a person to be shunned.” He added Trump needs “an appointment with a psychiatrist....a diagnosis and a prescription.” He also compared him to “moths.”

By Geoffrey Dickens | | October 7, 2016 | 9:33 AM EDT

If Donald Trump thought he was in a two-to-one fight at the last presidential debate (Hillary Clinton and debate moderator Lester Holt) he should be prepared for a three-to-one fight on Sunday night. In addition to his Democratic opponent, Trump will be going up against CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and ABC reporter Martha Raddatz. A look at their careers shows they both have a tendency to lean left

By Dan Gainor | | October 7, 2016 | 7:48 AM EDT

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

If what goes up, must come down, it’s only logical to assume that what goes in must come out. Welcome to the world of food research and whacko activism. (Please behave, we’re running a respectable column here. Save your dirty jokes for the next Cosmo item.)

By Karen Townsend | | October 7, 2016 | 4:06 AM EDT

In an odd bit of déjà vu, NBC’s medical drama Chicago Med used the exact same transgender storyline in Thursday night’s episode as viewers saw the day before on CBS’s Code Black. Alexandra Grey, a transgender woman in real life, is certainly cashing in on Hollywood’s latest cause – making being transgender seem normal. Ironically these episodes have shown transgenders to be very unhealthy.

By Justin Ashford and Alexa Moutevelis Coombs | | October 7, 2016 | 3:48 AM EDT

Well, it’s no surprise NBC’s Superstore continues to push left-wing themes throughout their second season. What was impressive was how they covered so much in tonight’s episode, "Guns, Pills and Birds," in so little time. Buckle up, folks, this one’s a doozy.

By Dylan Gwinn | | October 6, 2016 | 9:39 PM EDT

The spate of NFL flag/anthem protests, the same protests that Commissioner Roger Goodell encouraged, are taking a toll on NFL ratings.

By Dylan Gwinn | | October 6, 2016 | 9:24 PM EDT

As the Obama Administration comes to an end, ABC’s Blackish is not taking it well. There aren’t too many examples of when I will present video to you without comment. However, what you are about to see is…shall we say…hard to put into words. 

By Matthew Balan | | October 6, 2016 | 9:19 PM EDT

NPR's Morning Edition on Thursday donated four minutes of air time to pro-abortion group EMILY's List, and helped it promote its ad blitz to elect Hillary Clinton and other left-wing Democrats. Renee Montagne played a clip from one of the organization's ads, and gave its president, Stephanie Schriock, a platform to hype Mrs. Clinton as a "a champion for women and families."

By Tim Graham | | October 6, 2016 | 9:14 PM EDT

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet is drawing buzz for an interview with the Nieman Lab journalism website. He said Donald Trump has changed journalism by making it easier for reporters to write “This is just false.” Baquet compared this campaign to the 2004 campaign, and how in his tenure at the Los Angeles Times, they couldn’t use language that strong to denounce the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth who ran ads seeking to debunk John Kerry’s tales of Vietnam heroism.

Nowhere in this interview transcript is a mention of the lying and document destruction and press inaccessibility of Hillary Clinton’s camp. This matches Baquet’s recent interview with NPR, where he insisted Hillary’s lies were much more like the average politician – yawn, and ho-hum.