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By Sarah Stites | July 2, 2015 | 2:50 PM EDT

Get this: Kim Kardashian West thinks millennial girls need to ditch the make-up and focus on working hard. Success doesn’t come from being pretty. 

You heard right. “People sometimes think that with looks things will be easy,” said the woman who owes her fame to a sex tape, “but I just encourage people to put in the work."

By Kyle Drennen | July 2, 2015 | 2:16 PM EDT

As reported by The Washington Free Beacon, Thursday’s NBC Today devoted a minute-long segment to discussing newly-released Hillary Clinton e-mails. However, rather than focus on the former Secretary of State seeking advice from political hatchet man Sidney Blumenthal or top  Obama administration officials knowing she was using private e-mail, the morning show instead speculated on Clinton’s reference to “Santa” in a couple messages.

By Brad Wilmouth | July 2, 2015 | 1:36 PM EDT

Appearing on Thursday's New Day, liberal CNN political analyst John Avlon asserted that Hillary Clinton would be "the most liberal nominee of the Democratic party since George McGovern" during a discussion of socialist Bernie Sanders's success in attracting large crowds of left-wing supporters as he seeks the Democratic presidential nomination.

By Katie Yoder | July 2, 2015 | 1:31 PM EDT

While the media anticipate the upcoming World Cup final, they overlook this tidbit: player Tobin Heath’s faith in God.

Heath, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, plays on the United States women's national soccer team headed for the World Cup final on Sunday. During the games leading to the World Cup final, Heath took to Twitter and Instragram to say, “Thanks Lord.” In a 2011 interview Heath revealed even more insight about her Christianity and a want to evangelize, declaring, “That’s why I play. I play to glorify Him.”

By Matthew Balan | July 2, 2015 | 1:04 PM EDT

On Thursday's New Day on CNN, former Clinton administration official Ana Maria Salazar blasted Donald Trump's recent comments on illegal immigration, and predicted that it would lead to racist violence: "This is hate language. This will incite violence – not only against Mexican-Americans, Mexicans – but also against migrants."

By Javier Zurita | July 2, 2015 | 12:53 PM EDT

An effort aimed at building support for slowing the amount of immigration to the U.S., and that bases its concerns on the deleterious effects of population growth on California’s quality of life and environment, was recently the subject of ridicule on the national evening newscasts of Univision and MundoFox.

By NB Staff | July 2, 2015 | 12:12 PM EDT

"The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned state bans on same sex marriage. But there is still positive news for conservatives. Now that gender is irrelevant, there's no reason to vote for Hillary." – NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller

By Connor Williams | July 2, 2015 | 11:24 AM EDT

On the July 1 edition of Hardball on MSNBC, Chris Matthews brought former Democratic senator and presidential candidate Gary Hart to the program to discuss his book and today’s politics. Matthews asked Hart about “the ideological direction of the party right now” and added that Bernie Sanders is bringing a kind of 1960s message to Democratic politics.

The Hardball host then moved on to discuss Hillary Clinton, making a very dubious observation: “Hillary Clinton [is] more of a conservative in a sense of more of a traditional politician from the center, center.” 

By Kyle Drennen | July 2, 2015 | 10:12 AM EDT

On Thursday, both NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning saw Donald Trump’s presidential bid spelling disaster for the Republican Party in 2016. On Today, correspondent Peter Alexander touted how the “controversy” surrounding Trump’s anti-illegal immigration comments had “proven to be some pretty good politics among some Republicans,” with Trump having “jumped to second place among Republicans in a recent national poll.”

By Scott Whitlock | July 2, 2015 | 9:59 AM EDT

George Takei unleashed a racist rant against Clarence Thomas, sneering that the Supreme Court justice is a "clown in blackface." The Star Trek actor on Monday fumed, "[Thomas] is a clown in black face sitting on the Supreme Court. He gets me that angry. He doesn't belong there."

By Sarah Stites | July 2, 2015 | 9:20 AM EDT

Objectivity doesn’t matter when you have an agenda to push. So admits reporter Jessica Bennett in an article for the Washington Post. 

When Bennett interned for the Seattle Daily in 2003, she excitedly wrote about Canada’s legalization of gay marriage. “I was 19,” she recalled, “and picked a fight with my editor after being asked to call a fundamentalist wackjob for ‘an anti-marriage quote’ – you know, to show we were objective.” Sadly, she was unable to exclude that, er, bigoted, homophobic, hateful viewpoint.

By Tim Graham | July 2, 2015 | 9:14 AM EDT

CNN has rarely shied away from hiring White House insiders as their political analysts, and have seemingly never wondered or cared if those insiders are still carrying water on air for their old bosses. Now new e-mails released from Team Hillary illustrate that longtime CNN analyst and longtime Clintonista Paul Begala went straight to the State Department for talking points for a 2009 "report card" special.

By Jeffrey Meyer | July 2, 2015 | 9:12 AM EDT

Liberal New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand sat down for a friendly interview with Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Wednesday night and the two eagerly took turns bashing Republican members of Congress for being “cynical” for disagreeing with liberal policy positions. 

By Dylan Gwinn | July 2, 2015 | 8:22 AM EDT

When cruelty and ignorance meet …

Tuesday night, U.S. Senator John McCain, decided to take in a Diamondbacks game. During the game, a foul-ball was hit toward him. McCain, 78, failed to come down with the catch.

By Curtis Houck | July 2, 2015 | 2:29 AM EDT

Of all the pundits out there that could make this comparison, it seems somewhat fitting and all the more amusing that on Wednesday’s Hardball, host Chris Matthews credited 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s success in polls to the idea that he’s a “comic book hero” and “Sinatra kinda guy” that connects with Republican primary voters. At the top of his MSNBC show, Matthews wondered if “there’s an outside chance” that “this comic book hero could actually take off” seeing as how he “talks to the Republican gut on ISIS, on illegal immigrants, on Obama, and politicians period.”