The New York Times Has Zero Idea How the Internet Works - Or Is Lying

August 18th, 2014 8:52 AM
It takes a special man to cram so much wrong into a mere 342 words.  Or an Old Grey Lady. The New York Times’ utterly ridiculous Editorial Board recently as one addressed Title II Internet regulatory Reclassification and Network Neutrality - and they did so in utterly ridiculous fashion.  They either have absolutely no idea what any of this is - or they are lying through their printing…

Joe Scarborough Shouts Down Pro-Israel Guest

August 5th, 2014 5:00 PM
Joe Scarborough today continued his new Morning Joe routine of making anti-Israel remarks and then shouting down anyone who disagrees. Unlike the previous editions of the MSNBC morning show in which the former congressman focused on insulting his critics in the media, on the July 5th edition, Scarborough opted to attack a recurring guest at the program’s roundtable discussions, Donny Deutsch,…

CNN Reassigns Reporter Who Called Group of Israelis 'Scum' on Twitter

July 18th, 2014 3:10 PM
The liberal media is hemorrhaging foreign correspondents from Israel and the Gaza Strip. Only one day after NBC suddenly pulled anti-Israel Ayman Mohyeldin from Gaza citing security concerns, CNN was forced to relocate journalist Diana Magnay from Israel. Both correspondents struggled to keep their reporting and social media presence neutral in tone. Magnay reported during The Situation Room…

Stephen Colbert Gives Platform To NYC Mayor Pushing Liberal Economic P

July 17th, 2014 5:00 PM
Keeping in tradition of Comedy Central talk-show hosts giving Democratic politicians softball interviews, Stephen Colbert treated New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to one on the July 16 edition of The Colbert Report. Colbert could have used some of his interview to make his subject uncomfortable, by say challenging the left-wing populist on his controversial efforts targeting popular and…

MNSBC's Newest Host Devotes Show To Pushing Liberal Immigration Agenda

July 16th, 2014 12:55 PM
On the third day of José Díaz-Balart, the latest program to enter the Lean Forward network’s lineup, the former Telemundo host began the July 16 edition with a 9 minute discussion of the immigration crisis. Díaz-Balart, who in a TVNewser blog claimed that his show was “about opening up lines of dialogue, opening up to other communities, opening up to other thoughts across the board,” gave 6…

Gay Rights Activist On 'MSNBC Live': 'Republican Party Is Teetering

June 26th, 2014 12:50 PM
During MSNBC Live’s coverage on Thursday of the newest circuit and appeal court decisions to overrule bans on same sex marriage in Utah and Indiana, former CBS This Morning correspondent Betty Nguyen gave platform to Democratic strategist and chair of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund Steven Elmendorf and  Aisha Moodie-Mills, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. No conservative…

As Government’s Power Grabs Grow, Media’s Coverage Diminishes

July 1st, 2013 9:11 AM
The Barack Obama Administration has been on a five-plus-year-long Collect-As-Much-Information-On-Us-As-Possible spree. With Tens of Millions of Phone Records Grabbed – It’s the Government, Stupid ‘Thousands of NSA Analysts Can Listen to Domestic Phone Calls,’ Read Emails, Texts, IMs Latest Big Government Data Grab: Justice Sues to Get It Without a Warrant IRS Tea Party Scandal Shows…

Bozell: FCC Needs to Ensure 'Fairness Doctrine' Stays Dead

August 23rd, 2011 3:15 PM
Editor's Note: What follows is a statement Mr. Bozell released earlier today regarding the FCC's decision yesterday to remove the so-called Fairness Doctrine from the regulation books. The FCC deserves a one-handed round of applause for this move. Years ago, striking the Censorship Doctrine – and that's exactly what the Fairness Doctrine was – would have actually meant something. But since…

FCC Says Fairness Doctrine Dead, Conservatives Warn of Back-door Regul

August 22nd, 2011 4:58 PM
"The FCC gave the coup de grace to the fairness doctrine Monday as the commission axed more than 80 media industry rules," Politico's Brooks Boliek reported this afternoon:

Yes, It Still Exists: House Members Call on FCC to Formally End 'Fairn

June 1st, 2011 11:55 AM
Many believe that the Fairness Doctrine was repealed in the 1980s. In fact, it remains on the books, as Federal Communications Commissioner Robert McDowell recently noted. President Ronald Reagan's FCC - and each one since - opted to not enforce the law for constitutional reasons, but the law itself still exists. Two House Republicans have sent a letter to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski…

Leftist ‘Consumer Interest’ Groups Are Only Interested in Big Gove

May 31st, 2011 9:15 AM
Editor's Note: This first appeared in We have oft discussed the Orwellian manner Leftists do, well, everything. And specifically how they go about naming their gaggles – the groups they form to advance their Leftist agenda. The Media Marxists looking to eradicate all private ownership of news and communications – so as to have the government be your sole provider of…

Radio Host Chris Plante Schools a Liberal Caller Who Pines for 'Fairne

May 24th, 2011 10:18 AM
For your listening pleasure another brilliant minute of WMAL's Chris Plante. (see below page break) In this clip, the conservative talk show host rips apart a liberal caller who wants a "fairness doctrine" for radio.

CNN Reruns Flawed 2009 Report on Fairness Doctrine, Promoting More Rad

March 3rd, 2011 5:09 PM
CNN's Carol Costello re-aired a biased report she did in 2009 about liberal efforts to push localism to limit the influence of conservative talk radio. During the report, Costello omitted the left-of-center source of a statistic she used, that 91% of talk radio is apparently conservative. She also tilted towards localism by playing three sound bites in favor of the proposal, versus two against…

Is FCC Commissioner Michael Copps Trying to Reinstate the Fairness Doc

December 16th, 2010 3:26 PM
Is Federal Communications Commissioner Michael Copps trying to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine through what he calls a "public value test" for broadcasters? The short answer is no, and Copps is adamant about that point. He points out that while the Fairness Doctrine regulated political speech by mandating equal time for all views on a given topic, the "public value test" will only require that…