Newsweek Callously Speculates Over Melania Dumping President Trump
NYT Columnist Forwards Phony Fears of ‘Self-Censorship’ in Trump Era
Ted Cruz, Islamic Fatwa on Rushdie: Both 'Hard-Line' at the NY Times
'The X-Files' Just Confounded PC Expectations for Terrorism on TV
Cuomo to Pam Geller: 'You're Throwing A Stone;' 'Overt Provocation'
Marc Lamont Hill: Terror Not an ‘Islamic Issue,' Some 'Are Christians'
'SNL' Awkwardly Notes (Not Mocks) Fear of Drawing Muhammad
Liberals Shocked: Fox Airs Disagreements on Pamela Geller's Contest
Juan Williams Gets in 'Hot Debate' Over 'Muhammad Cartoon Contest'
AP Tweet: Geller ‘Has No Regrets’ About Event 'That Ended in 2 Deaths'
NBC Skips 'Islamic Extremists' or 'Terrorists' Labels for TX Shooters
In covering the failed terrorist attack at a Prophet Mohammad cartoon event in Texas, NBC neglected to describe the two gunmen on Monday evening as “Islamic extremists” or “terrorists,” while ABC, CBS, and NBC prominently touted the Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC) description of AFDI as an “anti-Muslim” or “anti-Islamic” “hate group.”