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By Nicholas Fondacaro | | July 5, 2016 | 11:20 PM EDT

Major news broke Tuesday when FBI Director James Comey held a press conference to announce his recommendation to not prosecute Hillary Clinton for her E-Mail practices. The recommendation comes even as Comey read off a laundry list of questionable activity by Clinton and her people, and excused it because he did not see any intent to break the law. Yet the “big three” news networks ran with the recommendation without asking if that is what the law required for there to be a conviction. 

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham | | July 5, 2016 | 11:01 PM EDT

It's a paradox. The liberal media champion themselves as the most open-minded people on planet Earth, with a devotion to the freedom of speech. How can intelligent people be so wrong? In reality, liberal elites have a nasty tendency to dismiss “conservative thought” as an oxymoron. They don’t read conservative books or magazines, and they wouldn’t lower themselves to watching conservatives on television. They have disdain for conservative talk radio. They're virtually illiterate on conservatives and conservatism.

By Edgard Portela | | July 5, 2016 | 10:28 PM EDT

Univision’s Jorge Ramos tried - but spectacularly failed - to get one of the nation’s top Hispanic evangelical leaders, Rev. Samuel Rodríguez, to sign on to the left’s tireless campaign of calling presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump a racist.

By Randy Hall | | July 5, 2016 | 6:06 PM EDT

Every July, members of the Kennedy family get together at their compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, to celebrate the Independence Day holiday with food, drinks and a wide variety of decorations.

This year, however, the gathering featured an unusual item: a blue-suited, golden-haired piñata resembling Donald Trump so each member of the family got to “bash” the Republican presidential candidate …  literally!

By Curtis Houck | | July 5, 2016 | 5:44 PM EDT

CNN and MSNBC could barely contain their excitement in the moments following Tuesday’s Hillary Clinton rally featuring President Obama on the heels of the FBI deciding not to recommend charges in her e-mail scandal as MSNBC’s Brian Williams and CNN’s Jim Sciutto seemed to be acting as though Obama was still the candidate (and not Clinton).

By Matthew Balan | | July 5, 2016 | 5:27 PM EDT

On Tuesday's At This Hour, CNN's Bob Beckel did his best to spin the latest developments in the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal, and likened the conservative boosters of the issue to those who doubt President Obama's natural-born citizenship: "Bill Clinton meeting with the attorney general at the airport....I don't agree with people about this being an unfortunate moment for Obama and Clinton. I think Obama could say all the people who said I wasn't born in the United States — the birther people — are going to continue to jump on Hillary Clinton...they're far out."

By Curtis Houck | | July 5, 2016 | 3:34 PM EDT

NBC News Clinton campaign correspondent Andrea Mitchell anchored her MSNBC show from Charlotte and spent the hour repeatedly complaining and lamenting with an array of guests that FBI Director James Comey’s announcement about Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal has overshadowed the Clinton/President Obama rally and that it was supposed to be “the day” of days.

By Kristine Marsh | | July 5, 2016 | 3:06 PM EDT

This morning FBI director James Comey recommended to the Department of Justice that no criminal charges be made against Hillary Clinton after concluding their investigation into her private email server. This news evoked strong opinions on either side of the political aisle and some journalists didn’t even pretend to be anything but biased, evidenced by their reaction on Twitter.

By Mike Ciandella | | July 5, 2016 | 2:50 PM EDT

During an interview on on CNN’s Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield, the Center on Global Policy’s Haroon Moghul called ISIS’s terror attack on the Saudi holy site of Medina “the most odious or egregious example of their violence.” According to Moghul, this attack was “the Rubicon,” where Muslims would have to make decisions about ISIS. Banfield didn’t question him about this phraseology.

By Matthew Balan | | July 5, 2016 | 2:32 PM EDT

On Tuesday, CNN's David Chalian and Jeffrey Toobin played up FBI Director James Comey's recommendation that no criminal charges be filed against Hillary Clinton related to her e-mail scandal. Chalian underlined that "this is a huge burden lifted off of Hillary Clinton's back...Now, she can begin to look forward to November without this hanging over her head." Toobin touted the "enormous relief...for Hillary Clinton...this was a dagger aimed at the heart of her campaign; and she has avoided being charged, simple as that."

By Curtis Houck | | July 5, 2016 | 2:17 PM EDT

Reacting to FBI Director James Comey’s announcement on Tuesday that he has not recommended charges against Hillary Clinton for her private e-mail servers scandal, MSNBC and NBC News senior political editor Beth Fouhy decried the idea that anyone should still be arguing that “the system is rigged” now that Comey revealed Clinton won’t face charges. 

By Katie Yoder | | July 5, 2016 | 2:12 PM EDT

Keeping with tradition, the networks are censoring the abortion industry’s latest Gosnell-like horror story. At the end of June, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette charged 74-year-old abortionist Michael Arthur Roth with possession with intent to deliver narcotic Fentanyl, six counts of identity theft and three counts of larceny. While drug-related, the charges hinted at something even more ominous: potentially illegal abortions.

By Brad Wilmouth | | July 5, 2016 | 1:56 PM EDT

Where does CNN find these guests? On Tuesday's CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello, during a segment premised on surveys showing most Americans find Hillary Clinton untrustworthy, Emory University Professor Drew Westen appeared to give advice for how Clinton might combat such negative views toward her.

But, just when it seemed like Professor Westen -- author of The Political Brain -- was about to advise Clinton to turn over a new leaf and start being honest, the segment devolved into unintentional parody as his idea of "telling the truth" turned out to be flimsy excuse-making and blaming others for her "bogus" scandals.

By Geoffrey Dickens | | July 5, 2016 | 1:15 PM EDT

Correspondent Kristen Welker, who is covering the Hillary Clinton campaign for MSNBC, declared FBI Director James Comey’s announcement a “game-changer” that will “allow the Clinton campaign to move on from” the e-mail scandal. During MSNBC’s post-Comey press conference coverage Welker reported “James Comey firmly slapping Secretary Clinton on the wrist...Saying that what he found was that there was carelessness, but no willful misconduct.” 

By Curtis Houck | | July 5, 2016 | 12:38 PM EDT

In the moments following FBI Director James Comey’s announcement on Tuesday that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges for her private e-mail servers scandal, the cast assembled by ABC News hailed the “extraordinary decision” as “a momentous day” signaling that “a cloud is lifted” for Clinton to continue on with the presidential race and President Obama to give his own thoughts on the matter.