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By Tim Graham | July 4, 2015 | 12:00 PM EDT

Jamie Dupree sent this fascinating tweet on Saturday, a picture of Chris Matthews marching in a suburban DC parade next to a Hillary Clinton for President banner.  Those MSNBC folks have a natural talent for appearing to be all wrapped up in partisan Democratic politics.

By Melissa Mullins | July 4, 2015 | 10:03 AM EDT

Mike Rowe is the host of CNN’s Somebody’s Gotta Do It – a show about the unique jobs that someone has to do.  Maybe CNN should do a spin-off show called Someone’s Gotta Educate Them keeping Rowe as its host. 

On his Facebook page, Rowe took on the hate-or-heritage debate on the Confederate flag after the Charleston shooting. Flags don't kill people, so let's not assign them magical powers.

By Mike Ciandella | July 4, 2015 | 10:00 AM EDT

Despite briefly mentioning at least six reported instances of American citizens joining ISIS in June, and multiple FBI warnings about ISIS’s influence in the United States, the networks chose to devote more time to the “threat” posed by the existence of the Confederate flag.

The evening news shows of ABC, CBS and NBC spent just 17 minutes, 35 seconds on the threat ISIS poses to American, and 37 minutes and 18 seconds on the controversy over the flag. This disparity in news coverage occurred during a ramped up social media campaign by ISIS to recruit Americans and other westerners to commit acts of terrorism.

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham | July 4, 2015 | 7:58 AM EDT

To look at virtually anything produced by Hollywood is to register confirmation that the libertine Left cherishes clogging our popular culture with vulgarities. The messaging in movies, television and particularly music is punctuated deliberately and unnecessarily with all manner of language designed to offend.

But when it comes to perfectly decent speech -- spoken innocently with no bad intention -- those same liberals need smelling salts.  Welcome to the wacky world of “micro-aggressions,” where conversation becomes a minefield of political correctness.

By Tom Blumer | July 3, 2015 | 10:52 PM EDT

The folks at Reuters issued a pretty sloppy video yesterday relating to the government's June jobs report.

That videos described yesterday's reported jobs gains of 223,000 as "broad-based." That's true only if you think having 222,000 of yeaterday's those seasonally adjusted gains occurring in service industries, while only 1,000 were seen in goods-producing industries, is "broad-based":

By Scott Whitlock | July 3, 2015 | 9:50 PM EDT

Four days after a racist rant against Clarence Thomas, George Takei apologized and insisted his comments were not meant to be bigoted. The Star Trek actor took to Facebook and began, “I owe an apology.”  

By Jack Coleman | July 3, 2015 | 9:23 PM EDT

You've surely seen it by now, and often enough to induce nausea -- the hashtag #LoveWins that quickly trended after the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage.

Judging by the juvenile reactions to the ruling from gay marriage proponents, one doubts that genuine love would spew such venom in victory.

By Clay Waters | July 3, 2015 | 8:06 PM EDT

Labeling bias on the front page of Friday's New York Times, with one of the paper's frequent GOP targets in the sights of reporters Maggie Haberman and Jonathan Martin (pictured): "Scott Walker’s Hard Right Turn in Iowa May Hurt Him Elsewhere." It's the paper's latest attempt to poison the well for conservative candidates by warning them of lurching to the right. Meanwhile, the Times celebrated Hillary Clinton (she of the "extraordinary career") and her lurch to the left on gay marriage.

By P.J. Gladnick | July 3, 2015 | 7:58 PM EDT

Nowadays it seems as if the Left is politicizing everything with a plethora of new taboos. The latest item on their taboo list is your Fourth of July picnic, specifically hot dogs and hamburgers. As you gather with family and friends to munch on those treats fresh off the grill, little did you know that you are destroying the planet according to leftist political orthodoxy. Here is Rebecca Leber of The New Republic as she tries to guilt trip you over hot dog and hamburger carbon emissions:

By Randy Hall | July 3, 2015 | 4:51 PM EDT

It was bound to happen. Barely a week after the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal regardless of gender across the country, someone else would try to tinker with another aspect of the wedding contract. That was the case in a report by Simone DeAbla of CBS affiliate KTVQ in Billings, Montana, who stated that Nathan Collier and his wife, Christine, applied for a license at the Yellowstone County Courthouse to marry another woman named Victoria.

Not only was the entire video supportive of the trio's quest to legally change that aspect of marriage, the report (and CBS online) didn't give a single second of air time to anyone who believes marriage is a contract between two people.

By Tim Graham | July 3, 2015 | 4:38 PM EDT

Media bias is never a story to our liberal media....unless the tilt is contrary to their worldview. NB reader Gary Hall pointed out a story in Friday’s Los Angeles Times about Greece. The print headline was “Greece media show vote bias; News outlets have been far from neutral in their coverage of the referendum on the bailout offer for the debt-stricken nation.”

Reporter Henry Chu began by just calling out the one-sided media in Athens:

By Tom Johnson | July 3, 2015 | 4:35 PM EDT

Conservatives have an ideological fever, and the only prescription is to wait until their crazy ideas vanish. That’s the word from Washington Monthly blogger Martin Longman, who opined in a Wednesday post that many on the right have suffered from a sort of “heat-fever” when confronted with President Obama and his policies.

Longman explained that “a fever is something that comes over you suddenly, causing addled thinking, hallucinations and other delusions, but which eventually breaks and goes away as quickly as it arrived...[T]he Obama Era has been marked by an unusual number of these outbreaks of mass insanity,” such as rage against the Affordable Care Act.

By Sarah Stites | July 3, 2015 | 1:00 PM EDT

What better time to take a potshot at conservative rednecks than Independence Day week? No better time really, despite the fact that that liberal media does the same thing the other 51 weeks of the year.

So, characteristically, Huffington Post ran a quiz in Wednesday’s Comedy section entitled “Take the Citizenship Test for ‘Merica.” “Sure you know America,” the article read. “But do you have what it takes to obtain legal citizenship in ‘Merica?

By Sarah Stites | July 3, 2015 | 10:30 AM EDT

The Huffington Post wants to “open people’s minds to the wide range of mature, unselfish motivations” regarding women’s decision to forgo having children.

“Far too often,” the article stated, “women who choose to be childfree are asked to defend their ‘immature,’ ‘selfish’ lifestyles. They’re told that motherhood is the ‘most important job in the world’ and face accusations of living ‘meaningless’ lives.”

By Scott Whitlock | July 3, 2015 | 10:19 AM EDT

The Washington Post on Wednesday completely sanitized a racist remark liberal activist George Takei made against Clarence Thomas. The 600 word article spun, "George Takei has responded to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s dissent in the case that made marriage equality universal." Yet writer Soraya Nadia McDonald never mentioned that the Star Trek actor snarled that the African American justice is a "clown in black face." Instead, McDonald focused on a less-incendiary op-ed by Takei for MSNBC.