Incoming Univision CEO Wade Davis Gave $1,000 to Buttigieg Campaign

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February 25th, 2020 3:06 PM
The liberal Spanish-media giant Univision has been sold. Media executive Wade Davis is heading up a private group to buy a majority stake in the company and will be its new CEO.

CBS Notices Senate Dem's 'Train Wreck' Label of ObamaCare; ABC, NBC Ig

May 3rd, 2013 4:44 PM
Jan Crawford touted how ObamaCare going into full effect in early 2014 is "causing all kinds of concern and anxiety, especially with...small business owners" on Friday's CBS This Morning. Crawford also pointed out Senator Max Baucus' April 17, 2013 "train wreck" label of the upcoming implementation of the health care law. This was the first time that a Big Three…

Nets Take 300 Hours to Notice Dem Prediction: ObamaCare Will Be a 'Tra

April 30th, 2013 5:12 PM
During live coverage of Barack Obama's Tuesday press conference Chuck Todd surprisingly pressed the President about Democratic Senator Max Baucus calling ObamaCare a "train wreck." It was surprising because his own network has yet to report on the almost two-week old warning that the Montana senator made to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius during an April 17…

Maddow Asks: Why Are Senate Democrats 'Fleeing Like Rats From a Sinkin

April 25th, 2013 3:20 PM
Yesterday, Sen. Max Baucus announced that he is retiring in 2014, making the six-term Montana Democrat the sixth senator of his party to step down two years from now instead of running for re-election. That statistic alarmed Rachel Maddow, the liberal host of a weeknight program on MSNBC, who asked anxiously on Tuesday: “Tell us if something is wrong there. What is the secret about this…

Media Ignore Democrats Highlighting Problems with ObamaCare

April 22nd, 2013 6:12 PM
As the Big Three –NBC, ABC, and CBS – continue to engage in, to borrow a George Will term, journalistic malpractice over ObamaCare’s adverse effects on the economy, they probably missed the development concerning Democrats who are calling for repeal of a tax which was embedded within the behemoth health care overhaul. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) is ramping up her efforts to…

Bozell Column: NPR, the Statism Network

August 23rd, 2011 9:51 PM
One of the greatest perversions of statism is the use of taxpayer money to push for ever more government spending and more government intervention. A casual listener to the far-left end of the FM dial, National Public Radio, will quickly conclude that NPR is one of America's leading offenders in this perversion. Let's just take one show, the August 22 evening newscast "All Things…

More Unfair Bob Pear: New Republicans on Super Committee 'Among the Mo

August 12th, 2011 6:51 AM
On Tuesday, Times reporter Robert Pear couldn’t describe Nancy Pelosi and Henry Waxman as “liberal Democrats,” only as “influential Democrats.” In Thursday’s Times, Pear displayed no aversion to labeling conservatives named to the new “super committee” created in the debt-limit deal. Pear even found Democrats John Kerry (lifetime American…

AP's Shameless Headline As Dem Senators' Opposition Prevents DREAM Act

December 19th, 2010 8:49 AM
If you look at the description of yesterday afternoon's U.S. Senate Roll Call Vote Number 278 ("A bill to amend title 28, United States Code, to clarify and improve certain provisions relating to the removal of litigation against Federal officers or agencies to Federal courts, and for other purposes."), you'd never know it had anything to do with illegal immigration. But it…

MSNBC Report: Baucus 'Blasting NewsBusters

December 29th, 2009 5:39 PM
MSNBC reported this afternoon that Max Baucus is "blasting right-wing websites like Drudge and NewsBusters" for suggesting he was drunk on the Senate floor during the health care debate.  See P.J. Gladnick's Bizarre Baucus Behavior on Senate Floor Ignored by MSM.But MSNBC did the Montana senator no favors:1. it used his name in the same sentence with a variation on the word "…

Shuster: Baucus Sober, Drudge 'Repulsive

December 29th, 2009 4:42 PM
Wow: David Shuster really lets it all hang out on Twitter . . .In current tweets, the MSNBCer accuses Karl Rove of "hypocrisy," calls conservatives "wingnuts," claims Baucus wasn't wasted, and denounces Drudge as "repulsive" for supposedly suggesting otherwise. Excerpts from Shuster's current Twitter feed [screencap after the jump]:Thank you Wingnuts! By mentioning…

Bizarre Baucus Behavior on Senate Floor Ignored by MSM

December 27th, 2009 1:47 PM
(UPDATE: Politico is now covering this with reference to this very NewsBusters story. Politico's Patrick Gavin claims that Baucus's office was sent an e-mail for an explanation of his strange behavior and will update later with the reply. Come on, Patrick. Do you really expect a candid response? And who in the Baucus Senate office will reply? His military affairs aide, Captain Morgan?) How can…

CNN Catches Up On Baucus Scandal & Labels as Dem More Than Other Nets

December 7th, 2009 1:41 PM
While it has been documented that CNN's Howard Kurtz chided his own news network for ignoring the recently-revealed scandal involving Montana Democratic Senator Max Baucus nominating his girlfriend for a U.S. attorney position -- after the CNN anchor had monitored CNN on Saturday -- it turns out that on Sunday morning, even before Kurtz's Reliable Sources show had begun, CNN had already started…

CNN’s Kurtz: ‘Stunning Lapse in Judgment’ for CNN to Ignore Bauc

December 6th, 2009 10:37 AM
Note: See update in bold below.On Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN's Howard Kurtz brought up the scarcity of media attention paid to the revelation that high-profile Democratic Senator Max Baucus nominated his girlfriend to be a U.S. attorney for his home state of Montana, as the CNN host even took to task CNN for ignoring the scandal, calling it a "stunning lapse in judgment," and…

Name That Party: CNN Saturday Morning Edition

December 5th, 2009 12:36 PM
On CNN Saturday Morning News today, anchors Betty Nguyen and T.J. Holmes reported on a U.S. senator who nominated his girlfriend to serve as a federal prosecutor earlier this year:HOLMES: Well, it is something -a player, a name that a lot of people normally might not know a whole lot about, from a state that most people don't know a whole lot about. He's been important in the health care debate.…