By Sam Dorman | January 21, 2016 | 5:56 PM EST

Leonardo DiCaprio is going overboard again, except this time the only ship he’s riding is his titanic hypocrisy.

At the liberal World Economic Forum conclave held in Davos, Switzerland, actor and environmental activist DiCaprio took the tired liberal tack of blaming climate change on corporate “greed.” DiCaprio made the speech on January 19 and said that fossil fuels should be left in the ground “where they belong.”

By Curtis Houck | January 20, 2016 | 1:51 AM EST

The liberal and often inappropriate Triumph the Insult Comic Dog joined MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell to close out Tuesday’s Last Word and along with going after Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin, and Donald Trump, Triumph took a few witty shots at former MSNBC (and soon to be Russia Today) host Ed Schultz and Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

By Melissa Mullins | January 15, 2016 | 5:38 PM EST

Once again, Rolling Stone has come under fire for its lack of journalistic ethics over actor Sean Penn’s recent interview with Joaquin Guzman – better known as “El Chapo” – and giving the drug cartel kingpin editorial approval of the article. The beginning of Penn’s article came with a disclosure - confessing that names had been changed, locations were unnamed, and that the world’s most famous prison escapee of 2015 reviewed and approve the article prior to publication. Yes, the same magazine that painted an innocent University of Virginia fraternity as a den of gang rapists had no problem publishing a sympathetic piece for real devil.

By Sam Dorman | January 11, 2016 | 6:07 PM EST

Mainstream outlets have used polar bears to show the alleged dangers of climate change, but now this left-wing mascot is making its way to the big screen.

Norm of the North will bring environmentalist propaganda back to theaters with its story of a talking polar bear who rescues his Arctic home from a housing development project “for the one percent.”

By Rich Noyes | December 30, 2015 | 9:54 AM EST

Today’s installment of the Media Research Center’s “Best Notable Quotables of 2015,” as selected by our 39 expert judges, the “The Barbra Streisand Political IQ Award for Celebrity Vapidity.” Winning this award, former Star Trek actor George Takei, who in a local news interview on June 30 spluttered out a racist condemnation of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas after being asked about Thomas’s dissent in the gay marriage ruling:

By Melissa Mullins | December 29, 2015 | 4:47 PM EST

During a trip to the Kara Tepe Syrian refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, actress Susan Sarandon tried the tired talking point that Syrian refugees are like the Virgin Mary and Joseph sojourning from Nazareth. Sarandon was describing her encounter with a 16-year-old refugee girl who had recently given birth.

By Curtis Houck | December 13, 2015 | 5:54 PM EST

On Sunday, ABC’s Good Morning America served as the latest example of shameless corporate synergy by touting in its lead 2016 report how actor Tony Goldwyn from the network’s lead drama Scandal spent Saturday giving Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton “a big boost” by campaigning for her Iowa.

By Randy Hall | December 10, 2015 | 7:25 PM EST

During Wednesday's edition of ABC's The View program, co-host Whoopi Goldberg happily stated that GOP front-runner Donald Trump is “taking heat from all sides for his plan to ban Muslims from entering America.”

“Because we have freedom of speech in this country, he’s allowed to say what he wants to say,” the comedian said regarding the Republican presidential candidate. “However, there are consequences.”

By Kristine Marsh | December 10, 2015 | 10:41 AM EST

After every mass shooting, well-meaning but empty-headed celebrities come out in droves to hold up signs with hashtags and lend their voices to anti-gun political ads. This week was no different in the wake of last week’s two tragic shootings. A new ad released today by Michael Bloomberg’s group, Everytown USA For Gun Safety, added a few new faces to the usual gamut of gun-grabbers. 

By Michael McKinney | December 2, 2015 | 3:38 PM EST

The View on Wednesday took issue at a recent video from Ted Cruz, in which he talks about encouraging staff using Star Wars voices. After the clip played, The View began a barrage of comedic jabs at Cruz’s expense. Michelle Collins began with “Did you see what a co-worker said?” Joy Behar interrupted Collins’ thought, saying “The bird flu is more popular than Ted Cruz.” Collins laughed at the bird flu joke, and continue her previous setup. “One co-worker said why do people take such an instant dislike of Ted Cruz? It just saves time.”

By Tim Graham | November 7, 2015 | 4:14 PM EST

Washington Post political reporter Ben Terris provided the latest puff piece to the Democrats on the top of Friday’s Style section – which inspired more puffery on CBS Friday morning. “COMEDIANS ARE FEELING THE BERN,” blasted the headline in all caps. “Why has the most humorless presidential candidate garnered mad support from the normally apathetic stand-up scene?”

Guess what? The “cool kids” are loving the scrappy socialist.

By Michael McKinney | November 3, 2015 | 4:34 PM EST

Tuesday at Salon.com, Sarah Burris claimed that Stephen Colbert gave a "bombshell endorsement" to Black Lives Matter, when he talked about the “excessive force by police departments across the country.” In reality, Colbert gave a moderate response to the recent controversy. Salon evoked imagery and a message that Colbert never addressed in the segment. Colbert offered only comedic pandering on the topic, rather than what Salon badly abbreviated to an “endorsement.”