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By Katie Yoder | August 21, 2015 | 10:10 PM EDT

The media won’t cover videos showing the horrific damage abortion does to babies – but they’re only too happy to promote a movie showing a young woman choosing abortion.

Opening in theaters August 21, Grandma stars Lily Tomlin as Elle Reid, a misanthrope lesbian poet who helps her 18-year-old granddaughter get an abortion. With ABC calling the film “funny” and “brilliant” and Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon deeming the film “great,” the abortion-centered film promises to win only more media hype.

By Tim Graham | August 21, 2015 | 9:38 PM EDT

Obama-helping Washington Post reporter Krissah Thompson was at it again Friday, nudging the nation’s capital to the news that the Obamas will not be returning to Chicago in their post-presidential lives.

“They’ve probably outgrown Chicago socially and professionally,” said Slevin, who interviewed many of the family’s associates. “Chicago can’t hold them.”

By Dylan Gwinn | August 21, 2015 | 5:20 PM EDT

One day, someone will have to write a book about the topical dexterity of one Donald John Trump.

Fresh off beating the drum for possible constitutional amendments and shouting at reporters over the term “anchor babies,” Donald Trump has seen fit to ally himself with another wealthy and successful achiever in the public eye who is currently in a fight with his own version of “the establishment.”

By Randy Hall | August 21, 2015 | 4:57 PM EDT

During Thursday night's edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the ABC comedian helped first lady Michelle Obama make a public service announcement “encouraging kids to make healthier choices about foods” in a new campaign called “FNV,” which stands for “Fruits 'N' Veggies.”

However, Kimmel pretended to be baffled by the effort's name, which he claimed stands for “Eat Your Effin' Vees” since he knows what the “F” really stands for because “I have HBO.”

By Tom Johnson | August 21, 2015 | 4:33 PM EDT

Tales of people awakening in hotel bathtubs to find their kidneys had been removed were an Internet staple in the 1990s. Taub, who's expecting her first child, argues that those bogus stories have something in common with unwanted pregnancies, given that pregnancy is a “category of living organ donation.”

“The idea of forcing someone into an organ transplant is indeed so appalling that it is the subject of several horror films, not to mention urban myths the world over,” commented Taub in a Friday article. “But the idea of forcing someone, by law and against their will, to endure the physical tolls and dangers of pregnancy is somehow considered a mainstream political position.”

By Tom Blumer | August 21, 2015 | 4:16 PM EDT

The time stamp on an Associated Press report on Hillary Clinton's email "worries" ("CLINTON FACING FRESH WORRIES IN CONGRESS OVER EMAILS") by Ken Thomas and Julie Bykowicz this morning is 11:21 a.m. Eastern Time.

Despite that time stamp, the report fails to mention a bombshell report from Reuters ("Dozens of Clinton emails were classified from the start, U.S. rules suggest") originally posted at 5:17 a.m. (time stamp has since been updated). Going even further back, the AP story fails to mention a Thursday afternoon story about how "A federal judge has ordered the State Department to cooperate with the investigation into the Hillary Clinton private email scandal." The decision to ignore these developments is in all likelihood deliberate.

By Jeffrey Meyer | August 21, 2015 | 3:04 PM EDT

On Friday’s Morning Joe, Mika Brzezinski confronted Danny Shea, Huffington Post Editorial Director, over his liberal website’s decision to cover Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in its entertainment section rather than in politics. After Brzezinski told Shea that his website “made a mistake,” the Huffington Post editor attempted to justify why they cover the GOP frontrunner as entertainment: [O]ur big statement is that Donald Trump is not a serious candidate, he's an entertainer.”

By Ken Shepherd | August 21, 2015 | 2:53 PM EDT this afternoon hyped an exchange between liberal actress Ellen Page, who is a lesbian, and Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on the issue of protecting the religious liberties of wedding-service providers who won't take same-sex wedding jobs due to religious convictions.

Fortunately for readers, they included the full video of the exchange which shows Cruz capably and politely schooling Ms. Page on the issue. 

By Dylan Gwinn | August 21, 2015 | 2:45 PM EDT

Athlete endorsements are tricky.

Sometimes you want them, such as when Michael Jordan hosted a celebrity fundraiser for President Obama in 2012 which netted the Prez a million dollars. Sometimes you don’t want them, like yesterday when Charles Barkley said he would vote for John Kasich. Barkley, a liberal Democrat, noted he’d prefer ultra-lefties Elizabeth Warren and Julian Castro. But, barring their entrance, Kasich looks like his guy.

By Melissa Mullins | August 21, 2015 | 2:34 PM EDT

Playboy isn’t the type of publication you would expect to write about age discrimination – given the fact that most of the women they feature are what would be considered  “young,” not to mention their physical attributes and the fact they are exploiting women could be labeled sexism, but that’s another story.

By Matthew Balan | August 21, 2015 | 1:27 PM EDT

Radical feminist website RH Reality Check published a hit piece on Thursday against Holly O'Donnell, a whistleblower featured in several of the undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood's harvesting of unborn babies' organs and tissue. Sharona Coutts – a former reporter at ProPublica and the site's vice president for "investigations and research" – revealed O'Donnell's alleged sexual preferences, after finding her profile on the OKCupid dating website, as well as posts on other sites.

By Curtis Houck | August 21, 2015 | 12:56 PM EDT

During a segment on Thursday’s The Last Word about Jimmy Carter’s cancer diagnosis, MSNBC national correspondent Joy Reid complained that voters rejected “Carter’s decency and goodness” in the 1980 presidential election in favor of the “bluster” possessed by “cowboy” Ronald Reagan. 

By Scott Whitlock | August 21, 2015 | 12:54 PM EDT

From Sunday through Friday, ABC's Good Morning America allowed a scant three minutes and 49 seconds of coverage to the unfolding details of Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal. That's despite an available 11 hours of air time during the week. In fact, the liberal morning show completely skipped the story on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday. 

By Kyle Drennen | August 21, 2015 | 12:44 PM EDT

Just two weeks after the broadcast networks mourned “cultural icon” Jon Stewart leaving The Daily Show, Friday’s NBC Today and CBS This Morning touted an online petition on the liberal website urging the Commission on Presidential Debates to select the left-wing comedian as a 2016 debate moderator.

By Tim Graham | August 21, 2015 | 12:20 PM EDT

It’s not surprising that The Washington Post gushed all over leftist civil-rights legend Julian Bond in a front-page obituary in Monday’s paper. But it’s still shocking that on Friday, the Post continued to promote the perverse falsehood that the late Paul Robeson was a “champion of civil rights” when in fact he was an unrepentant defender of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. 

It happened in an essay by Post reporter Marcia Davis on the front of their Style section. “Bond’s journey invites all to march: Quest for social justice calls the next generation.” Davis waxed about a photograph she found of young Bond next to Robeson, who was merely “blacklisted,” not a communist: