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On her MSNBC 1pm ET hour show on Wednesday, host Andrea Mitchell lamented the "astounding lack of accomplishment" in Congress throughout 2013, especially on "any kind of new gun laws, despite what happened in Newtown." [Listen to the audio or watch the video after the jump]

Talking to Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Mitchell promoted a new ad crudely exploiting the one-year anniversary of the school shooting to push gun restrictions: "There's a new public service announcement I want to share with you and our audience. This comes from the Moms Demanding Action for Gun Sense in America and the Mayors Against Illegal Guns....Let's watch."


Job-searchers, there are plenty of reasons to refuse an offer: there’s the wrong industry, the better offer, the long commute – or maybe, suggests ABC, the dreaded Christian boss. 

During ABC’s “World News with Diane Sawyer” Nov. 26 segment, Senior National Correspondent Jim Avila reported that the latest Supreme Court case will be “making your boss’ faith a question to ask in future job interviews.” The Supreme Court agreed to hear appeals challenging the Obama administration’s contraception mandate the same day. The mandate would force employers to provide contraception and abortion-inducing drugs for employees regardless of religious conviction. 


Neil Cavuto of the Fox Business Channel brought on MRC’s Tim Graham last night to discuss the sad fact that Miley Cyrus is leading Time’s online poll for Person of the Year. Cavuto said it’s a done deal. “I am here to tell you, Tim, confirm this is going to be the end of civilization as we know it, she will be.”

“If they’re going to do that, it ought to be more controversial than them putting Saddam on the cover, or the Ayatollah Khomeni,” Graham shot back. (Video below)


Biased Hobby Lobby report didn’t disclose lefty expert’s ties to case.


Despite extreme cold, alarmist still grasps at global warming myth.


CNN founder Ted Turner has a long history of paranoia when it comes to human extinction and global destruction. He remains a zealous supporter of population reduction.

Ted Turner opened up to Fortune Magazine’s senior editor Patricia Sellers for the magazine’s Dec. 9 issue. During this interview, Turner reiterated his long held view that humanity will face extinction in the 21st century. He also shared the rationale behind CNN’s name and expressed pride in Comedy Central’s ratings.


A Washington, D.C. childrens ballet troupe was given the boot last night and this evening thanks in no small part to President Obama and the folks at MSNBC.

The Washington Post's Roxanne Roberts reported this morning in her Reliable Source column how the Ballet Petite -- which is scheduled to perform The Nutcracker Suite on Sunday -- lost their use of American University's Greenberg Theatre for two nights after the university decided its contract with the dance troupe was not as important as playing host to Obama cheerleader Chris Matthews (emphasis mine):


To date, NBC/Comcast has made absolutely no apology to its viewers or to Gov. Sarah Palin for Martin Bashir’s vile screed on November 15 suggesting that she should be forced to consume excrement. Even following Bashir’s own apology and subsequent resignation, NBC/Comcast’s top executives have remained completely silent.

MSNBC President Phil Griffin offered only public support for Bashir, releasing a statement yesterday that said in part, “I understand his decision and I thank him for three great years with MSNBC. Martin is a good man and respected colleague – we wish him only the best.” Media Research Center President Brent Bozell reacted:


A giddy Chris Matthews on Wednesday night could barely contain himself. One day away from an exclusive interview with Barack Obama, Matthews opened the show by cheering, "I got the Christmas eve excitement brewing right here at Hardball. Because tomorrow night at precisely this time, seven o'clock eastern, the President of the United States is going to join us." [See video below. MP3 audio here.]

Later in the show, the MSNBC anchor lobbied the President to be successful on his program: "Big night, big questions, big opportunity. I hope the President...makes the best of tomorrow night." Matthews described the Thursday night interview with the man he has repeatedly fawned over as "a powerful night of serious questions." The topics will apparently include "dysfunction at the top of government," the handling of the health care rollout and "voter suppression" by Republicans.


After Martin Bashir announced his resignation from MSNBC on Wednesday following his vile attack on Sarah Palin, NBC, ABC, and CBS refused to make any mention of his disgraceful exit. The networks had already skipped any mention of his wildy offensive November 15 rant calling for Palin to be urinated and defecated on.

As Media Research Center deputy research director Geoff Dickens reported early Wednesday – just hours before Bashir's resignation – such a media blackout stood in stark contrast to the two-week period after Rush Limbaugh called left-wing activist Sandra Fluke a "slut" in early 2012, prompting 32 network segments lambasting Limbaugh for the comments and even demanding that advertisers pull their sponsorship of his nationally syndicated radio show.


As NewsBusters revealed Wednesday, Martin Bashir resigned from MSNBC due to vile comments he made in November about former Alaska governor Sarah Palin that were first reported here.

This led the recently fired by MSNBC Alec Baldwin to actually praise and defend Bashir via Twitter early Thursday morning hysterically writing, "[He] created great television":


CNN founder freaks out to Fortune Magazine about nuclear war, climate change, overpopulation.


As NewsBusters revealed Wednesday, Martin Bashir has resigned from MSNBC due to vile comments he made in November about former Alaska governor Sarah Palin first reported here.

Palin responded on Thursday's Fox & Friends saying amongst other things, "I just hope that unprovoked attacks like that don't result in people being hesitant to jump in the arena anyway, to get out there and serve the public or, you know, start a business, or really commit themselves to changing within their family, their community, their world, doing whatever that they can, despite the fact that in this world, you are going to be hurt and attacks will come your way" (video follows with transcript and absolutely no need for additional commentary):


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Martin Bashir was fired from MSNBC this week for his ugly scatalogical suggestion about Sarah Palin. But there was Chris Matthews on the same network this morning using a barnyard epithet to attack another Republican. On today's Morning Joe, Matthews called John Boehner's comments on divided government "pissant."

That p-word has apparently become a favorite Matthews meme in attacking Republicans.  MRC's Tim Graham recently noted that Matthews used it against Rand Paul. View the video after the jump.