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By Christian Toto | | December 10, 2016 | 12:15 PM EST

Hollywood's latest gun control measure doubles down on a failed Clinton campaign trick. Hillary Clinton nearly threw out her shoulder playing the Gender Card during her recent White House. It didn’t work. Now, the minds behind the Twitter account for “Miss Sloane” are milking one of Clinton’s failed feminist memes.

By Tom Blumer | | December 10, 2016 | 11:50 AM EST

The competition was fierce, but there's little doubt that the New York Daily News was in the upper echelon of publications which came down with a serious case of Trump Derangement Syndrome during the presidential election campaign.

We can now say with confidence that a major contributor to that posture at the Daily News was now-departed executive editor Rich O'Malley. On his way out the door, O'Malley, who had been with the paper for 11 years, posted 23 tweets. The first eight were classy expressions of gratitude. Boy, did it ever go downhill from there.

By Tom Johnson | | December 10, 2016 | 11:36 AM EST

After nearly eight years of competing theories, the essence of the Tea Party has been determined, says Jonathan Chait. In a Wednesday post, Chait claimed that Donald Trump’s election as president verifies liberals’ explanation of what the movement stood for. The right, wrote Chait, was wrong to argue that the Tea Party was all about “timeless principles of conservative movement thought” such as “advocacy of balanced budgets [and] adherence to a strict constructionist version of the Constitution,” while the left understood that the movement was “an expression of ethno-nationalist rage centered around a black president and the belief that his coalition stood for redistribution from older, white America to its younger, more diverse supporters.”

By P.J. Gladnick | | December 10, 2016 | 10:19 AM EST

Actor T.J. Miller portrays Erlich Bachman, an over the top obnoxious character, on the HBO comedy series "Silicon Valley." Well, it turns out that perhaps his obnoxiousness wasn't all acting since the virulently anti-Trump Miller turned his political obsession into a physical assault upon an Uber driver on Friday morning for the high crime of disagreeing with him about Donald Trump. The New York Post Page Six provides some of the details of the incident: 

By Rich Noyes | | December 10, 2016 | 10:12 AM EST

With all the headlines about “fake news,” the liberal media elite don’t have a perfect track record, either. Reporter Jayson Blair concocted stories for the New York Times back in 2003, while Stephen Glass fabricated numerous pieces for The New Republic in the late 1990s. The most notorious scam of this sort was the 1980 front-page Washington Post article by reporter Janet Cooke headlined “Jimmy’s World: 8-Year-Old Heroin Addict Lives for a Fix.”

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham | | December 10, 2016 | 8:14 AM EST

On December 4, the second Sunday of Advent on the Christian calendar, Fox’s Family Guy cartoon mocked two-thirds of the Holy Trinity as only Fox Entertainment can. In atheist Seth MacFarlane’s gag, Jesus Christ had a human son who he mocked for being bullied at school, comparing that to the horror of the Crucifixion. When his son called him a “dick,” he suggested God the Father was a bigger “dick” for sending Him to His death. 

On that same day, the Sunday New York Times ran an enormous article sprawled out over three pages of the Arts & Leisure section with the question “Can TV Be Fair to Muslims?”

By Bill Donohue | | December 10, 2016 | 7:36 AM EST

Ask any schoolboy what the meaning of Christmas is, and he will say it celebrates the birth of Jesus. Ask the ideologues at Microsoft, and they will say it means whatever their politics dictate. This year it represents an opportunity to exploit Christmas by pushing the LGBT agenda.
 
Microsoft has released a TV ad, "Art of Harmony," that is laden with Christmas overtones, yet absent of Christian content. "This holiday season we brought together a group of people who are making a difference in the world," the ad says. It does not say what holiday is being observed, though we have a hunch it isn't Kwanzaa; the ad ends by showing a Christmas tree in the background.

By Matthew Balan | | December 10, 2016 | 12:01 AM EST

CBS Evening News was the sole Big Three evening newscast on Friday to cover the bomb theat on a Trump construction project in the South American country of Uruguay. Scott Pelley devoted ten seconds to the threat, which forced the evacuation of the planned high rise. ABC's World News Tonight and NBC Nightly News didn't cover the evacuation on their Friday broadcasts. However, both programs devoted news briefs to actor Kirk Douglas's 100th birthday.

By Alexa Moutevelis Coombs | | December 9, 2016 | 7:20 PM EST

Syfy’s new futuristic anti-business series Incorporated continued on Wednesday night to push its global warming alarmist fantasies.

By Justin Ashford | | December 9, 2016 | 6:03 PM EST

CBS’s Pure Genius followed the liberal Hollywood PC script by adding a transgender character to Thursday’s episode, “A Bunker Hill Christmas.”

By Tom Blumer | | December 9, 2016 | 5:15 PM EST

Some Democratic Party politicians who are searching for any and every possible reason to have a problem with President-Elect Donald Trump's cabinet appointments have latched on to the supposedly troubling fact that it thus far contains three retired generals out of 15 ultimate appointments. Naturally, their allies in the establishment press are amplifying these petty concerns.

The Associated Press's Lolita C. Baldor was a relatively early adopter, claiming a week ago, with alternating bouts of hyperventilation and hostility, that "Congress and others" are struggling with "a broader worry about an increased militarization of American policy" because of Trump's "move to pack his administration with military brass." Baldor has been an AP reporter for 11 years, covering matters relating to the Pentagon, counterterrorism and national security, so there's no excuse for her not recalling recent history which refutes her concern.

By Randy Hall | | December 9, 2016 | 5:05 PM EST

While discussing President-elect Donald Trump's selection of Andrew Puzder -- the chief executive officer of the Hardees and Carl's Jr. fast food restaurants -- as the new labor secretary, All in host Chris Hayes asked Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders a curious question.

“How much will reality matter under the presidency of Republican Donald Trump?” the MSNBC anchor asked, and the former Democratic presidential candidate replied that “he's a pathological liar who changes his mind every single day.”

By P.J. Gladnick | | December 9, 2016 | 4:12 PM EST

Six years ago, Newsweek sold for a grand total of one dollar. Many would say that amount was way overpriced and one big reason is the completely unprofessional sick smear job they are pulling on Donald Trump. An example is an article written by their culture writer Ryan Bort who makes no attempt to hide his Trump hate. Bort uses a timeline of very bad years to exhibit his Trump Derangement Syndrome which is so far gone as to even include Trump in regards to the Bubonic Plague in the year 1347.

By Curtis Houck | | December 9, 2016 | 3:55 PM EST

Amidst the media’s obsession with supposedly stopping fake news, MSNBC Live aired a fake news story of their own as the network informed viewers that “Fox News had their Christmas party” at President-elect Donald Trump’s Washington, D.C. hotel. “I mean, think about the hotel in Washington right now. The RNC is having their Christmas party there. Fox News had their Christmas party there. That doesn't feel a little hanky,” host Stephanie Ruhle claimed.

By Callista Ring | | December 9, 2016 | 3:46 PM EST

The media’s crusade against “fake news” on the Right is no more than an attempt to “shut down conservative outlets” according to Dan Gainor, MRC’s Vice President for Business and Culture. On December 9, Gainor and Fox Business Network’s Intelligence Report host Trish Regan  discussed the left-wing media’s “feeding frenzy” on conservative fake news stories. “It’s more risk to the rest of us, but for people like Hillary Clinton, this isn’t putting lives at risk, it’s putting lies at risk,” said Gainor, “George Orwell’s 1984 wasn’t a how-to book. It was a warning.”