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By Tim Graham | November 27, 2015 | 8:42 AM EST

Comcast is now using the “public service announcement” to push its leftist LGBT agenda. NBC Universal made an ad starring “Caitlyn” Jenner and fellow transgender activist Chandi Moore to mark the “Transgender Day of Remembrance" to remember those who died due to "anti-transgender hatred and prejudice."

Jenner concluded with action items: “Listen to trans people’s stories. Hire a trans person in your company. Support a trans person at your school. Love your trans child. Let’s all take action to put an end to hate and violence.”

By Melissa Mullins | November 27, 2015 | 7:47 AM EST

Since Stephen Colbert took the reins from David Letterman at The Late Show on CBS, he’s been proving to be serving comedy and commentary for the blue half of America. Kyle Smith of the New York Post penned a piece titled “Colbert’s Late Show has become propaganda for Democrats.”

Smith blamed the host for his interviews: “The pattern is familiar: When a Democrat is the guest, Colbert is Barbara Walters. When a Republican is on, he turns into Tim Russert.”

By Tom Johnson | November 27, 2015 | 12:23 AM EST

If frontrunner Donald Trump or currently surging Ted Cruz gets the 2016 Republican presidential nod, it may have a strange sort of bipartisan effect, according to Tomasky, who in a Wednesday column asserted that GOP bigwigs “despise” both Cruz and Trump to the extent that they’d “actually prefer” presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton to win the general election.

“No one’s ever going to say that publicly,” acknowledged Tomasky. “But half a lifetime of covering these people has taught me a few things about how they think…Intra-party personal hatred is much more visceral than inter-party personal hatred. The prospect of someone they hate in their own party having more power than they have is like the bitterest, foulest bowl of hemlock these people can drink.”

By Bryan Ballas | November 26, 2015 | 11:51 PM EST

On November 13th, the Supreme Court announced that it would weigh the constitutionality of Texas’ HB2 law, which mandates increased safety regulations for abortion clinics, and, according to its challengers, places an “undue burden” on women’s reproductive health. A mere five days later, several media publications including, Slate, The Guardian, The Washington Post, and Reuters covered the results of a recently released study that claimed that anywhere between 100,000 and 240,000 women in Texas attempted self-induced abortions since the passage of the HB 2 law.

By Clay Waters | November 26, 2015 | 3:00 PM EST

It took two weeks after the mass slaughter by radical Islamists in Paris, but the New York Times finally finds itself comfortable with raising the false spectre of American "Islamophobia," with an enormous assist from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the so-called civil-rights organization many consider a Muslim pressure group, and whose ties to Hamas have been documented in federal court and by Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer. Reporter Kirk Semple breezed past all that to repeatedly cite CAIR in Thursday's Metro story: "'I'm Frightened': After Attacks in Paris, New York Muslims Cope With a Backlash." The group was mentioned no less than four times in different contexts, making one wonder just where the Times' "Islamophobia" angle originated.

By Curtis Houck | November 26, 2015 | 2:17 PM EST

Promoting his latest book Wednesday night on Newsmax TV, longtime sports writer and Washington Post columnist John Feinstein surprisingly went off the liberal reservation and told host Steve Malzberg that ESPN Radio 980 personality and Pardon the Interruption co-host Tony Kornheiser “should probably have gotten” suspended for comparing conservative Republicans to ISIS back.

By Curtis Houck | November 26, 2015 | 10:22 AM EST

Closing out the Wednesday edition of Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell remarked how the presidential candidacy of Republican Senator Ted Cruz (Tex) would have been sunk and declared “a non-starter” under so-called normal circumstances due to so many of Cruz’s Senate colleagues having a disdain for him.

By Matthew Balan | November 26, 2015 | 10:20 AM EST

John Burnett's Sunday report on NPR's Weekend Edition about a nationwide tour centered around a Catholic saint certainly stands outs, as the liberal radio network has a long record of hostility to Christianity in general and, specifically, Catholicism. Burnett spotlighted how the remains of "Saint Maria Goretti, patron saint of purity and mercy, drew tens of thousands of the faithful" across the United States. The correspondent also zeroed in on how the widow of an Oklahoma politician, who was murdered by their mentally-ill son, visited the relics for inspiration, as the saint herself forgave her killer.

By Melissa Mullins | November 26, 2015 | 8:21 AM EST

It certainly looks like Planned Parenthood is trying their hardest to distance themselves from being seen as a selfish money-making bloody abortion mill to one that has a woman's interests at heart –  mainly through breast examinations -- and are relying on such media outlets to relay this "message" in a way that can only be described as free advertising. How can an article count as free advertising?  Let me count the ways.

Last week, the Huffington Post posted an "article" titled, "Early Detection Key to Fighting Breast Cancer and Planned Parenthood Can Help."  First clue this is a pro-Planned Parenthood advertisement disguised as an article?  The title.

By Clay Waters | November 25, 2015 | 10:55 PM EST

There was an interesting lead editorial in Wednesday's New York Times, forcefully in favor of demands from a black protest group at Princeton University to erase President Woodrow Wilson's name from the university's public policy institute because of his vile racial views and support for Jim Crow. Yet one could ask once again, where was this editorial concern five years ago, when it was leading conservatives like Glenn Beck and Jonah Goldberg who were making that very same case against the progressive hero Wilson? A man endorsed twice for president by none other than the New York Times itself?

By Jack Coleman | November 25, 2015 | 9:42 PM EST

It's always amusing when liberals accuse conservatives of treason for the audacious alleged crime of disagreeing with them on national security. Even more amusing is when liberals accuse other left wingers of treason. The silver lining here -- some of those accused become potential converts to conservatism after deciding they've had enough of loyalty tests on the left. 

Radio host Thom Hartmann, whose program is among the most influential on that short list of influential liberal radio shows, could barely contain his contempt for nearly four dozen House Democrats who broke ranks with the party and voted for Republican legislation to tighten oversight of Syrian and Iraqi refugees entering the U.S.

By Tom Johnson | November 25, 2015 | 9:15 PM EST

Republicans have the upper hand in Congress and in a clear majority of state governments. To Alterman, that state of affairs is a “mystery,” since GOPers typically hold “extreme” and “silly” views “that are not only beyond the boundaries of the beliefs of the vast majority of Americans, but also contrary to the laws of physics, economics, and, of course, common sense.”

In the December 7 issue of the magazine, Alterman analyzes how Republicans can be so nutty yet so empowered. He blames 1) Democrats, for “allow[ing] themselves to be defined as elitist snobs who view the everyday struggles of working-class Americans—especially white males—with contempt,” and 2) “so many members of the mainstream media [who have] run interference for—and therefore legitimize[d]—the [GOP’s] dangerous nonsense in the guise of allegedly objective reporting.”

By Brad Wilmouth | November 25, 2015 | 5:42 PM EST

During a discussion of Wednesday's interview with GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush on New Day, CNN's John King gave a glimpse into the negative mindset of media liberals toward former President George W. Bush such that they have difficulty paying any sort of compliment toward him without having to insert a qualifier like "whatever you think about him."

By P.J. Gladnick | November 25, 2015 | 3:13 PM EST

Los Angeles Times reporter Christine Mai-Duc thinks she has found irony in the fact that most of the workers at the factory that manufactures Donald Trump "Make America Great Again" hats are Latino. Of course there is really nothing ironic in this since all the factory workers have legal status so no illegal workers are working at the plant. What is truly ironic is that the reporter, while trying desperately to expose irony which does not exist in this situation, has revealed her own anti-Trump bias in her story. 

First let us observe as Ms Mai-Duc tries and fails to find irony in the fact that most of the Trump hat factory workers are Latino:


By Tim Graham | November 25, 2015 | 2:36 PM EST

The Washington Examiner reports a new Pew Research Center survey found “More than six in 10 Americans believe that the news media, followed closely by Hollywood, has a negative effect on the country.”

The extensive interview of 6,004 respondents from August 27 to October 4 found that 65 percent believe that the news media "has a negative effect on the way things are going in the country." Some 56 percent said the entertainment industry has a negative effect.