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A Tale of Two Tells… or New York City girl outs herself as a Texan

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 - by Nina Yablok

When we first bought our house, we obviously told a few friends and relatives people that we bought a house in Texas. Mostly they fell into two categories, let’s call them Group E for excited, and Group C for cranky… or colonoscopy. Group E people really did get excited. They asked for pictures, asked where […]

God and ‘Man, the Conscious Little Rock’ at Dupont University

Thursday, June 11th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

@iowahawkblog From Columbia in the East, to UC Berkley in the West, an Iron Mattress has descended over college campuses. — ن Mikey Ramone ن (@ThePantau) June 11, 2015 In less enlightened times, colleges were quasi-religious institutions that existed with the express goal of bettering the souls* of young men of distinction. So much for […]

‘It Sure Looks Like Some Ferguson Protestors Were Paid To Do So By Liberal Organize Missouri’

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

“Remember the protests (and riots) in Ferguson last summer? It looks like at least some of the protestors were told they would be paid to show up and now they’re upset the checks haven’t arrived yet,” Katie Pavlich writes at Townhall. “Weaselzippers has the full story and the screen shots showing “protestors” using the Twitter […]

Stephanopoulos: Democrat Operative Posing as Objective Journalist

Saturday, May 16th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

Investor’s Business Daily looks back at Stephanopoulos’ early days, and how one of the Clintons’ young thugs transitioned to a media talking head: But he really made his reputation in Bill Clinton’s 1991 campaign. In “The War Room,” a 1993 documentary of that race, Stephanopoulos comes across as politically ruthless. At one point, he menacingly […]

Clown Car Meets Train Crash: Left Uses Amtrak Derailment to Advance Socialist Agenda

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

The debris was still being cleared from last night’s Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia, which resulted in a a reported 140 injuries and seven deaths when the left began the cries of “more infrastructure spending!” Today, as Noah Rothman writes at Hot Air, “Hours after tragic train derailment, MSNBC ghoulishly uses it to advance a political […]

NBC: Where the Real Comedy is Backstage

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

 Kate — wait a minute. Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe I’m the one who lost his head. Something you said got me thinking. You said something about artistic freedom. Perhaps that’s important. Perhaps there’s a place in commercial television for quality. For intelligently conceived, well-acted, inventive programs, programs that aren’t written for the lowest common denominator. […]

Great Moments in Nihilism

Monday, May 11th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

“It’s true, people back then really led achingly empty lives,” he said, after watching his 91st episode of Mad Men — Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) May 11, 2015 Heh. Yes, they sure did:

Boxing Crasher Sneaks In Ringside to Vegas ‘Fight of the Century’ Via Leo DiCaprio’s Entourage

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

The Urban Dictionary defines the British word “blagger” (and yes, I reflexively typed it with an “o” before correcting myself) as a salesman “who could sell ice to the Eskimos.” The London Daily Mail reports, “A blagger pretended to be part of Leonardo DiCaprio’s entourage to get ringside at the ‘fight of the century’ and […]

‘We’re Addicted To Judgment Porn’

Monday, April 27th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

“Social media networks have become the number-one distributors of judgment porn, where people get high on another person’s low,” Hans Fiene writes at the Federalist: In November of last year, when hackers leaked a number of Sony co-chair Amy Paschal’s emails, we tweeted screen shots of the damning correspondence because we found perverse enjoyment in […]

Does There Have To Be a Winner?

Friday, April 17th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

The obligatory link to Britt McHenry and “The obligatory ‘ESPN reporter acts like an A-hole to parking attendant’ clip,” as Allahpundit described it yesterday at Hot Air: 1. She really is very nasty to the attendant. Sample quote: “Maybe if I was missing some teeth they would hire me, huh?” 2. The video’s carefully and […]

Hot Take from the New Republic: ‘Rolling Stone’s Rape Article Failed Because It Used Rightwing Tactics’

Monday, April 6th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

So just to confirm, the left have had a near-lock on Big Journalism since the days when Walter Cronkite and Daniel Schorr smeared Barry Goldwater as a crypto-Nazi on the air at CBS in 1964. And journalists such as Janet Cooke of the Washington Post, Jayson Blair of the New York Times, and ahem, Stephen Glass […]

Jet Carrying 150 Plunges into French Alps; No Survivors Presumed

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

“A jetliner operated by Lufthansa’s Germanwings plunged from the sky and crashed Tuesday in a remote area of the Alps in southern France — and all 150 people aboard the Barcelona-to-Duesseldorf flight were believed dead,” the New York Post reports: Flight 9525 took off from Barcelona at 9:55 a.m. local time and crashed roughly an hour […]

Legendary CBS Anchorman Ponders if New Ice Age is On the Way

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

We’ll get to the above 1972 video of Walter Cronkite in just a moment, but first, let’s set the stage. Return with us now to the end of the 1960s and the dawning of the craptacular ’70s. As Power Line’s Steve Hayward wrote in the first volume of The Age of Reagan, environmentalism — then […]

When Newsweek Violated Arthur C. Clarke’s First Law

Saturday, February 28th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

“When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong,” Clarke wrote over half a century ago. Back in 1995, in an article by 1990s pop culture technology maven Clifford Stoll a few years after the World […]

Rudy Giuliani Causes Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin to Spontaneously Combust

Saturday, February 21st, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

I don’t even know what this MEANS, really, but I wanted to screencap it before it’s inevitably deleted: pic.twitter.com/kgTWhOAnav — Jeff B@AoSHQDD (@EsotericCD) February 21, 2015 As Mark Halperin noted on the Today Show in 2012, “the media is very susceptible to doing what the Obama campaign wants.” And how! Just ask Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin, […]

Leading Proponent of Twitter Diplomacy Believes Critics Lack Nuance

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

Marie Harf, Spokesbarbie for the State Department, after spending yesterday typing the equivalent of “nu-uhhhhh” yesterday over and over again on Twitter, then dropped by Wolf Blitzer’s CNN show to thumb her nose at her critics and pout that, as Noah Rothman writes at Hot Air, “My comment about ISIS needing jobs was ‘too nuanced’ […]

Law & Order: SVU Takes On #GamerGate

Friday, February 13th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

What could go wrong? Pretty much everything, Forbes’ Erik Kain writes: One thing leads to another and pretty soon SVU has uncovered a Serious Terrorist Organization of some sorts, made up of gamers who can’t tell the difference between games and reality and want both women and social justice out of gaming. Yes, we hear […]

Clown Carr: Elite One Percenter Circles Media Wagons to Protect Brian Williams

Monday, February 9th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

“David Carr Doesn’t Think Brian Williams Should be Fired,” Ad Week reports on the veteran New York Times columnist: The New York Times’ media columnist David Carr has weighed in on the Brian Williams drama. His take is essentially that Williams shouldn’t be fired because everyone lies, and Williams was only trying to live up to the […]

Report: Tom Brokaw Wants Brian Williams Fired

Thursday, February 5th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

It’s all fun and games in the ozone layer of the elite media until the public catches you cooking the books. “You know you’re in trouble when Tom Brokaw is out for your blood.” The New York Post’s Page Six on the man who coined the phrase “The Greatest Generation” versus his successor, who’s been […]

Let Us All Bask In Television’s Warm Glowing Warming Glow

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015 - by Ed Driscoll

Oops. RT @ABC: This guy was too busy texting to see the humpback whale right in front of him: http://t.co/0sTfeKHihL pic.twitter.com/0fJLp5yspI — Ed Morrissey (@EdMorrissey) February 4, 2015 I appreciate the sentiment, but let’s consider the source here for a moment and its enormous lack of self-awareness. Why is the man in the above photo […]