Media Research Center (MRC) and Family Research Council (FRC) are launching a joint national campaign to educate the public about a Disney ABC sitcom pilot based on the life of bigoted activist Dan Savage. MRC and FRC contacted Ben Sherwood, president of Disney/ABC Television Group, more than two weeks ago urging him to put a stop to this atrocity but received no response.
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"Next month, President Obama will appear on the cover of The Economist magazine. It’s their annual April Fool’s issue." -- NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller
Even Eric Holder’s Justice Department was forced to admit that it was untrue that Michael Brown stood innocently and said “Hands up, don’t shoot” when police officer Darren Wilson shot him dead.
“It remains not only valid — but essential — to question how such a strong alternative version of events was able to take hold so swiftly, and be accepted so readily,” Holder said.
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell joined the Fox News Channel’s Neil Cavuto Thursday afternoon during his show Your World to blast the biased media coverage against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as “the height of unprofessionalism” and challenged Republican presidential contenders to demand the “end [to] this hostility towards Israel.”
In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to implement so-called "net neutrality" and in the wake of the FCC releasing details on the new regulations, the Free Speech Alliance (FSA), a project of the Media Research Center (MRC), announced the formation of the "Free the Internet!" Campaign, which will draw attention to and push back against the egregious assault on free speech by left-wing organizations and the Obama administration.
"The current cover of Time magazine depicts Hillary Clinton with devil horns... Can you believe that? Time magazine is still being published?!..."
This afternoon the Society of Professional Journalists issued a press release noting their support of the Associated Press's lawsuit against the State Department over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's e-mail.
According to a new report, witchcraft is experiencing a resurgence among American women. In fact, one prominent witch is about to become the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee. -- NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller.
MRC president Brent Bozell is urging conservatives from coast to coast to sign up for the inaugural Media Research Center / Tea Party Patriots Caribbean cruise on Holland America's Westerdam cruise ship.
“This 7-day Caribbean cruise is a wonderful opportunity for us to talk face to face about the important issues of the day, business, and life, while sailing the beautiful Caribbean islands,” Brent said in inviting guests.
By a 3 to 2 vote, the FCC voted to regulate the internet. And to show how well they understand it, the FCC will release over 300 pages of these new regulations -- as soon as they finish printing them and mailing them out. -- Jodi Miller.
NewsBusters managing editor Ken Shepherd won the award for “Nonprofit Blogger of the Year” at Blog Bash Thursday night at Wolfgang Puck's Sunset Room near the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Appearing on the Fox Business Network’s (FBN) Varney & Company on Thursday, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell reacted to the lack of media coverage following two Washington Post articles that revealed the Clinton Foundation received millions of dollars in donations from foreign governments, including more than $500,000 from the Algerian government while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.
"As the budget debate heats up in the Senate, some worry that if Homeland Security funding does not pass, millions of Americans will no longer be able to get their phones tapped." -- NewsBusted's Jodi Miller
Appearing on the Fox News Channel’s (FNC) Your World with Neil Cavuto on Wednesday, Media Reserach Center President Brent Bozell reacted to dual news stories surrounding ObamaCare and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as “business as usual” for an “out of control” administration ruling “government by fiat.”
The first story came on February 20 that 800,000 ObamaCare enrollees had received incorrect tax information and then followed by news on Tuesday that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has allowed enrollees to keep extra money on their refunds due to the taxing error.
A new poll commissioned by the Media Research Center reveals that the tales Brian Williams told – which led to his eventual suspension without pay – have severely undermined his credibility with the American people.
In a survey of 1,007 respondents, 66.1% said Brian Williams should have been fired after he was caught in numerous lies. Williams famously lied about being in a helicopter that was shot down over Iraq and seeing a dead body float by his New Orleans hotel during Hurricane Katrina. An overwhelming 71.6% of respondents said that despite the anchorman's apology and suspension, he should still resign.
Dan Rather is standing up for Brian Williams, which seems like a dubious endorsement. That’s like Bill Clinton standing up for Bill Cosby! -- NewsBusted's Jodi Miller.
"After their first diplomatic talks in 50 years, the U.S. and Cuba acknowledged that they have profound differences. For example, Cubans think President Obama is too far to the left." -- Jodi Miller
Reacting to the news on Tuesday that NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams had been suspended for six months indefinitely without pay, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell joined Sean Hannity on his Fox News Channel (FNC) show and described the decision as “very strange” considering how the lies Williams told are “not going to go away.”
Appearing with Hot Air’s Noah Rothman and investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, Bozell led off the segment by observing how “the statements made by the NBC executives” only reference the false statements Williams had made about being shot down over Iraq in 2003 and not questions about his reporting during Hurricane Katrina in 2005 or the 2006 war between Lebanon and Israel.
Per Brian Stelter at 7:50 PM EST on CNN. Updated with MRC President Brent Bozell's reaction and NBC's statement.