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Face Palm: Al Sharpton Repeatedly Pronounces 'Homicide' as 'Homo-cide'

December 10th, 2018 9:35 PM
While Al Sharpton is known for giving powerful speeches, the liberal civil rights activist also has had more than his share of blunders using certain words or phrases. The latest example of this came on Sunday morning, when the host of the PoliticsNation program on the liberal MSNBC cable channel got his tongue twisted by mispronouncing “homicide” as “homo-cide.”

NYT Reporter Files Full-Page Anti-Trump Ad: 'Call It Protest Nation'

February 15th, 2017 5:53 PM
New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor filed a full-page ad for the anti-Trump “resistance” for Wednesday’s edition: “Activists for Liberal Causes Join Forces Against Common foe: Trump.” The page was designed for maximum impact, with four good-sized photos of protesters, plus several long quotes from lefties running under a different eye-catching font under the…

Yahoo: Man Harassing Ivanka Trump Ejected Only For 'Questioning' Her

December 22nd, 2016 10:57 PM
The leftist press really wants to disappear the story of the man who, accompanied by his husband, was kicked off of a Jet Blue flight for harassing President-Elect Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka. Having learned more about the ejected pair, I can understand why — but it's not the media's job to try to minimize and suppress the incident's details, which they are clearly doing…

Class War from the NYT, Home of Luxe Dog Houses and $9,500 Cruises

April 24th, 2016 3:57 PM
Class war returns to the front page of the Sunday New York Times, with business reporter Nelson Schwartz’s long jeremiad against special cruise ship packages which surely represent a new Gilded Age, “In New Age of Privilege, Not All Are in Same Boat." On the list of lamentables was a special $10,000 cruise option "hidden" on a ship offering less expensive choices. Yet…
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Gutfeld: Debate 'Was Like a Rock Concert for Occupy Wall Street'

April 15th, 2016 3:03 AM
In a break from the more traditional post-debate analysis routine, the Fox News Channel chose to award the cast of The Five its sole post-Democratic debate hour on Thursday and, of course, it featured humorous quips from co-host Greg Gutfeld. The quirky Gutfeld opined that, among many spit takes throughout the hour, the debate was more along the lines of a “wild kingdom” instead…
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‘Shades of Blue’ Takes a Shot at ‘Occupy,’ Tries to Recreate Gay Ideal

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January 29th, 2016 11:07 PM
It’s not too often that funny jokes at the expense of the left get made. At least outside of conservative circles. It’s even less often that it happens on network television. Yet, such a rare occurrence did in fact occur on Thursday night’s episode of NBC’s Shades of Blue, titled ‘Who Is It That Can Tell Me Who I Am?’

Pope Partners with Anti-Capitalist to Promote Climate Encyclical

June 30th, 2015 9:26 AM
Pope Francis’ call to action on climate change with his encyclical, Laudato Si’, has resulted in some strange and “radical” alliances. The Guardian (UK) reported on June 27 that the Vatican added pro Occupy Wall Street activist Naomi Klein to a growing list of activists for its upcoming environmental conference. Klein is an “ferocious critic of…

Occupy Wall Street Documentary Promotes ‘99%’ Just in Time for OWS

September 13th, 2013 4:33 PM
Protesters began their occupation of Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park on Sept. 17, 2011, nearly two years ago. Participant Media and two filmmakers have commemorated the anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement with a new documentary film that was released Sept. 6. As if there aren’t enough Occupy-themed films, now there is the documentary, “99%: The Occupy Wall Street…

‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Perpetuates Negative Stereotype of Wall Stre

June 19th, 2013 2:44 PM
Apparently, three movies attacking Wall Street wasn’t enough. Hollywood’s made another anti-capitalist film to be released November 15. The biopic of former Wall Street stockbroker, Jordan Belfort, who is also a conman, stars known liberal actor Leonardo DiCaprio. The “Titanic” star is a well-known environmental activist and has donated more than $40,000 to Obama’s…

Kanye West’s Latest Rap ‘New Slaves’ Compares Consumerism to Sla

May 21st, 2013 2:51 PM
Kanye West’s new song, launched on May 17, compared consumerism to slavery. “What you want, a Bentley? Fur coat? A diamond chain?” he rapped. “New slaves.” In his nearly two minute long song, West ranted about corporations and consumerism. “F*** you and your corporations,” he rapped. “I know that we the new slaves.”

‘Assault’ Movie Another Attempt to Glorify Occupy Wall Street

April 9th, 2013 4:00 PM
Occupy Wall Street is still alive and kicking to director Uwe Boll and actor Dominic Purcell. Even though the OWS movement didn’t even last for a full year, Boll had decided to make a film depicting an outsider violently attacking and murdering Wall Street Executives. “Assault on Wall Street,” set to be released in limited theaters on May 10, 2013, depicts a man who decided…

Upcoming Damon Film Takes Class Warfare to Final Frontier

February 21st, 2013 4:54 PM
The Hollywood types love a good class warfare story. A new Sony Pictures film set to release on Aug. 9, 2013, is no exception. “Elysium” starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster, is set far into the future, where “Sometime in the future, the class divide of the 1% grows so intense that the richest of the rich decide to build their own colony in space - the titular Elysium -…

DC Comics Releases Series Based on Occupy Wall Street

February 11th, 2013 5:04 PM
Just when we thought Occupy Wall Street was over, DC Comics decided to resurrect and give it new life. In a new comic book series set to release in May titled “The Movement,” readers will be able to “Meet the 99%… They were the super-powered disenfranchised — now they’re the voice of the people!” In an interview with Wired Magazine’s Graeme…

Five Reasons The Networks Have No Business Covering Business (Or the E

December 19th, 2012 2:22 PM
For many Americans, ABC, NBC and CBS are the major source of news on business and the economy. Unfortunately, this is like depending on the middle school student newspaper for information about important local school board deliberations. Network reporters are either ill-prepared to discuss complex issues of economics, finance and business or choose to be advocates for viewpoints rather than…