Ex-NFL Reciever Donte' Stallworth Hired By the HuffPo
As a reporter covering national security. Erik Wemple of the Washington Post writes:
This week in high-profile journo-personnel action: Bloomberg News hires Slate’s Dave Weigel. Michael Bloomberg reasserts plenary control of Bloomberg LP following three terms as mayor of ...
Obama Has Lost Mike Lupica
Here’s the headline from Lupica’s latest piece in the New York Daily News:
Obama’s return to the links shows lack of leadership in face of ISIS threat
For the second consecutive day, President Obama reappeared at a ...
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 'The Coming Race War Won't Be About Race'
The NBA Hall-of-Famer writes at Time that the coming race war will really be about “class warfare”:
Ferguson is not just about systemic racism — it’s about class warfare and how America’s poor are held back, says Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Columbia Journalism Review: Obama is a Free-Speech Hypocrite
David Uberti writes:
Why Obama’s statement on reporters’ arrests in Ferguson is hypocritical
Obama defends reporters in Ferguson, but demands compliance from James Risen
In a news conference Thursday addressing the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown and resulting unrest ...
Two Reporters Arrested Overnight in Ferguson
Wesley Lowery of the Washington Post and Ryan Reilly of the Huffington Post were arrested last night for, I guess, trespassing in a McDonald’s and in Reilly’s words, “not packing their bags quick enough.” The two were taken ...
Silence from Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid on Ferguson, Too
It’s not just the president who has been silent on the events in Ferguson, Mo.
Nancy Pelosi hasn’t said anything, but did find time to comment on her love of dark chocolate. . .
Harry Reid hasn’t said anything, ...
ICYMI, Vox's Matt Yglesias Didn't Know President Ford Died in 2006
In the middle of a discussion on his Twitter feed on the inequity of John F. Kennedy Jr. getting a second aircraft carrier bearing his name while Bill Clinton has none, Yglesias tweeted:
So, @mattyglesias thinks Gerald Ford is alive ...
'Toddlers At Risk From Extremists' -- Like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge?
An unfortunate headline and photo layout for The Daily Telegraph:
The Daily Telegraph later changed the headline to “Nurseries” in later print editions.
Los Angeles Times Editors: Mandatory Condom Use for Actors Isn't Working
The Times opposed the 2012 law that mandated porn actors use condoms on any film shot in Los Angeles County, and today the editors are warning that adopting the law statewide makes no sense, too:
But there’s no evidence that ...
Al Jazeera Airs Video Showing Hamas Tunnels Still In Operation
This segment is from the August 6 broadcast of Al Jazeera out of Qatar, via MEMRI:
At one point in the video, the Hamas fighters say they were within meters of Israeli soldiers and not discovered. I wonder how much overall ...
NDTV Reporter Explains the 'Backstory' of His Hamas Rocket Video
This is a great post by NDTV reporter Sreenivasan Jain where he explains his reporting of the now viral video of Hamas fighters firing a rocket at Israel from next to his hotel. An excerpt:
We knew then we had ...
The Salon Most-Ridiculous-Story-of-the-Day:
My colleague Charles Cooke recently profiled astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson for National Review, calling him a “fetish and totem of the extraordinarily puffed-up ‘nerd’ culture that has of late started to bloom across the United States.” An adaption of the ...
Neil deGrasse Tyson Is Awesome
Videos Show Hamas Launching Rockets From Near Hotels and UN Buildings
Let’s see how Hamas spins these two videos showing Hamas firing rockets at Israel from next to hotels and UN facilities.
Up first, here’s New Delhi Television (NDTV) with video of the terrorists first setting up and hiding ...
CNN Reporter Apologized for Getting Drunk and Biting EMTs
Via the New York Post:
The State Department launched an investigation after a foreign correspondent for CNN allegedly bit two medical workers during a drunken fit at the US Embassy in Baghdad.
Senior international correspondent Arwa Damon was said ...
The Salon Most-Ridiculous-Story-of-the-Day: What's a Cheating Wife To Do?
This is a real puzzle, a Scooby-Doo mystery even. What should she do?
Real Salon Article or a Parody?
The Federalist had a delightful post up the other day challenging readers if they could tell the real Salon headlines from the headlines parodying the online magazine.
Try the quiz yourself — it’s not easy to tell the difference. I ...
Nate Silver: Dems Talking About Impeachment More than GOP
Well if Nate writes it, it must be true:
House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday that Republicans have no plans to impeach President Obama, and that all the impeachment talk was driven by Democrats hoping to stir up their base.
NYT: Pot Should Be Legal, But Don't Smoke It?
Here’s a one-line summary of life at the New York Times: Marijuana should be legal, but employees better not toke up because drug-testing of employees will continue. Via Michael Calderone at the HuffPo:
But the editorial board’s new ...
Dear AP: Please Proof Your Tweets. Thanks!
BREAKING: Dutch military plane carrying bodies from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash lands in Eindhoven.
— The Associated Press (@AP) July 23, 2014
The AP later clarified its earlier announcement
CLARIFIES: Dutch military plane carrying Malaysia Airlines bodies lands in Eindhoven.
— The Associated ...
So Sad: POTUS Cancels on Jimmy Kimmel
I guess Jimmy Kimmel’s show is the “red line” the president won’t cross as he deals with Ukraine and the war between Israel and Hamas. Via Mark Knoller:
WH has scrubbed plans for Pres Obama to make an ...
Sky News Reporter Rummaged Through Passenger Belongings at MH17 Crash Site
Via Deadline Hollywood:
Sky News issued an apology after one of its reporters sifted on air through luggage from one of the victims of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, the jetliner shot down earlier this week over the Ukraine by what ...
WaPost Fact Checks Dem Rhetoric on Hobby Lobby: 'Overheated'
Glenn Kessler of the Post fact-checked a bunch of statements from Dems concerning Hobby Lobby, and concluded:
The Pinocchio Test
The Fact Checker generally does not award Pinocchios for “misspeaking” or for statements of opinion. And we obviously take no ...
Zimmerman Loses Defamation Suit Against NBC
A Florida judge has thrown out George Zimmerman’s libel suit against NBC Universal, the Orlando Sentinel reported Monday.
Circuit Judge Debra S. Nelson ruled that Zimmerman, a former Sanford, Fla., Neighborhood Watch volunteer, is not entitled to ...
Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy Gone From The View
I guess the stunt where they did the show naked didn’t help with ratings. Details of their departure here.
She’s not happy with the ruling today on “buffer zones”:
Supreme Court decides in McCullen v. Coakley that clinic buffer zones are unconstitutional. One more attack on women’s rights.
— Sandra Fluke (@SandraFluke) June 26, 2014
Sorry, Sandra and the rest ...
Rebekah Brooks Found Not Guilty in Phone-Hacking Trial
Washington Free Beacon vs. The University of Arkansas
There is a growing controversy between the Beacon and the University of Arkansas “Special Collections” library over the Beacon’s recent use of archived recordings from the library’s Roy Reed collection. Reed, a former journalist and professor in Arkansas, ...
Liberal MSNBC Contributor Brian Schweitzer Has Gaydar
Here’s Democrat Brian Schweitzer — former Montana governor, speech-giver at the 2012 Dem convention, potential 2016 presidential candidate, and MSNBC contributor — on Eric Cantor and men from the South:
In an in-depth profile by National Journal’s Marin Cogan, Schweitzer, a Democrat, ...
Dear White House Press Corps: Ask Where Maliki Should Go
The WSJ reports the White House is signaling it’s time to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to go.
And it’s the position of the United States that Syria’s Bashar al-Assad must go, too.
But where should these ...
Underreported News: Congress Delayed the Sale of Apache Helicopters to Iraq in 2013
Via Josh Rogin and Eli Lake in August 2013:
Obama Administration Pushes for Apache Helicopter Sale to Iraq
In a visit to Washington this week, Iraq’s top diplomat will press for U.S. Apache helicopters, which his government says it ...
U.S. Finally Captures the Benghazi 'Ringleader' who CNN Interviewed Last Year
It is good news that we’ve finally apprehended somebody in the attack on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya. NPR reports:
The United States says it has captured a militant suspected of leading the terrorist attack on the U....
Out: Innocent Until Proven Guilty; In: Bergdahl's Crazy
Via Sally Kohn:
Increasingly, Bowe Bergdahl seems like a tragic example of our military’s desperation to enlist anyone they can — http://t.co/xO3IWpaYZp
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) June 11, 2014
Weird. We can’t rely on the eyewitness testimony of ...
Miss USA 2014: Learn Self-Defense to Help Prevent Rape at College
Miss Nevada Nia Sanchez won the 2014 Miss USA pageant last night, but it was her answer to a question from celebrity judge Rumer Willis that generated a little controversy:
“Recently, Time magazine revealed that 19% of U.S. undergraduate women are ...
Amazon to WaPo: No Comment
Do they draw straws to see who gets to ask the guy who signs their paychecks the tough questions? Politico:
Jeff Bezos’s Amazon did not respond to requests for comment from the Washington Post, the paper he owns, regarding ...
Ezra Klein Explains 'The Green Lantern Theory of the Presidency'
For real, and here is the graphic Vox created for this masterpiece:
Live-Tracking a Great White Shark off Miami
I had no idea this existed: real-time shark tracking.
And here’s the track of a great white shark named Katharine as it heads toward Miami:
Local news in Ft. Lauderdale is reporting that it might be the same great ...
San Diego Reporter vs. DC-10 Supertanker
You ever wonder what it looks like on the ground when one of those giant jets drop flame-retardant chemicals on a wildfire? Well, now you do, thanks to KUSI TV 9 in San Diego:
#WarOnWomen at the New York Times
Capital New York reports:
In an abrupt and unexpected move, The New York Times announced today that executive editor Jill Abramson will be leaving her position in the top masthead slot, to be replaced by her managing editor, Dean Baquet.
What We Learned From Yesterday's Obamacare Hearing
The New York Times is pretty happy about the testimony of insurance company executives on Obamacare:
Called by Republicans, Health Insurers Deliver Unexpected Testimony
House Republicans summoned a half-dozen health insurance executives to a hearing Wednesday envisioned as another forum ...
John Oliver vs. the White House Correspondents' Dinner
If you didn’t get a chance to watch Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ dinner, then you missed Susan Rice asking Willie Robertson of Duck Dynasty for an autograph. That whole Phil Robertson controversy from last year is just water ...
Ronan Farrow: I Focus on 'Substantive Hard News Coverage'
Jennifer Vineyard of New York magazine ran into Lil’ Blue Eyes at a party for Time magazine, and asked about his low-rated show on MSNBC. An excerpt:
Farrow said that his show launched at a time when few other cable ...
State Department Using Daily Kos, Think Progress to Defend Sec. Kerry's 'Apartheid' Quote
Dailykos prev wrote about other leaders ref apartheid, but not mentioned in story http://t.co/wTp85NC3MC
— Jen Psaki (@statedeptspox) April 28, 2014
Was it too difficult for Psaki to find the Ehud Barak and Ehud Olmert quotes ...
Beyoncé Lands the Cover of Time's 100 Most Influential Issue
And here’s the entire list which is really a list of 100 people Time finds interesting rather than a list of the actual “100 most influential people in the world.
What Do Bloomberg's New Anti-Gun Group and Iraqi Propagandists Have in Common?
Well, for starters, no understanding of what a bullet looks like when it’s fired from a gun.
Here’s a photo from 2007, with the caption: “An elderly Iraqi woman shows two bullets which she says hit her house following ...
George R. R. Martin Not Happy With Sunday's GOT
Spoilers ahead. . .
George R.R. Martin responded to the growing controversy from Sunday’s Game of Thrones and the major change directors made to the disturbing incest-sex-scene between siblings Jamie and Cersei Lannister that occurred in his novel, A Storm ...
SEIU Trying to Unionize Media Matters
And the best part is Media Matters is fighting it. Why does Media Matters hate organized labor?
Foreign Policy Thought Leader Ronan Farrow on Ukraine
Ronan Farrow Advises Obama to ‘Hold the Course’ of Inaction on Ukraine Crisis
I don’t think Mediaite is particularly fair here with their headline, no matter how much I dislike Farrow. Farrow goes on to applaud the ...
It's Jon Stewart's Fault Sebelius Had to Resign?
While the White House has made it clear that it was Health and Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius‘ decision to resign this week, NBC News reporter Kristen Welker revealed on Friday that the administration wanted move on to ...
CNN Decides on Piers Morgan's Replacement
They’re going with a multiple-anchor format at 9 p.m. Via TV Newser:
Two weeks after Piers Morgan signed off from CNN’s primetime lineup, the network has announced plans for the 9pm ET timeslot. Beginning this summer, CNN will ...
PolitiFact on Equal Pay: 'Mostly True', 'Mostly False', and 'Half True'
So, let’s see what PolitFact has to say about all these equal pay claims, shall we?
First they fact-checked this statement from President Obama dated June 21, 2012. . .
“Women (are) paid 77 cents on the dollar for doing the same work as ...
Dan Rather Revives the Chickenhawk Rule for Pundits
Dan Rather was on CNN’s Reliable Sources yesterday and had this to say about “hawks” who are advocating military action around the world (Transcript via TPM):
Well, absolutely. Look, the war drums have been beating along the Potomac for ...
This NY Daily News Cover Is Going to Leave a Mark
Friday’s NY Daily News cover is a keeper:
An early look at tomorrow’s front page. http://t.co/orsS8nH93j pic.twitter.com/H3Y657jSds
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) August 21, 2014
St. Louis Post Dispatch Photographer: 'I Saw Three Separate' Molotov Cocktail Incidents
From the Post-Dispatch’s David Carson:
#Ferguson people questioning my statements about Molotov cocktails, I saw three separate incidents have pix of one pic.twitter.com/x4GY1D5SAS
— David Carson (@PDPJ) August 14, 2014
There are many on Twitter who ...
David Gregory Out at Meet the Press, Chuck Todd In
Simon & Schuster Turns Down Book From Bergdahl's Platoon Members
Because the publishing giant isn’t sure it ”can publish this book without the Right using it to their ends.”
Via Michael Isikoff:
While the U.S. Army weighs whether to bring charges against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was freed ...
Does President Obama Have a Problem with African-Americans Because of Ferguson?
A quick search of Twitter for “#Ferguson Obama” results in a large number of tweets from African-Americans who aren’t happy that the president had time to make a statement on the death of Robin Williams while not addressing the ...
WaPost: 'Marco Rubio Is Balding. Will it Cost Him the Presidency?!?'
The good news is that Rubio’s hairline won’t affect his chances. Now, can the Post please ask about Hillary Clinton’s “concussion.” Thanks!
Ezra Klein: President Obama Broke 'American Politics Even Further'
Ezra Klein of Vox ’splains how President Obama created the current partisan/political divide by passing so much of his agenda:
Reid Cherlin nails the central irony of Barack Obama’s presidency in one sentence:
[T]hey have managed over ...
The Nonsensical Vox Summary of Obama's Foreign Policy
I need somebody to explain Vox’s explanatory journalism to me, because this doesn’t make much sense:
Archival Media Coverage of U.S. Presidents Bombing Iraq Since 1991
What’s old is new again, and will be newer again under President Cruz/Paul/Clinton/TBD:
Gaza Bishop Alleges Hamas Used His Church to Launch Rockets at Israel
Here’s another example of Hamas’s use of human shields that the U.S. media somehow missed. Via Legal Insurrection:
We focused the other day on the ethnic cleansing of Christians by Islamists in Gaza.
But there still are ...
Greg Gutfeld Calls Out the Media's Ebola Alarmism
Here’s a great monologue from Gutfeld on the media’s overreaction to Ebola:
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) August 5, 2014
Greenwald Publishing Secrets from a New Source
The federal government has concluded there’s a new leaker exposing national security documents in the aftermath of surveillance disclosures by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, U.S. officials tell CNN.
Proof of the newest leak comes from ...
The Salon Most-Ridiculous-Story-of-the-Day: Robot Sex
The “teledildonics” revolution is upon us:
Times of Israel Pulls Piece Titled 'When Genocide Is Permissble'
Good for them.
You can read an archived copy of it here.
MSNBC's Ed Shultz Doesn't Want Amnesty via Executive Action
I really don’t think much of Ed Schultz, but I have to admit that he does seem to sincerely care about the American worker, even if his solutions are usually socialist schemes that hurt America more than ...
Ratings Trouble at Morning Joe?
With 72K viewers Tuesday morning, MSNBC’s Morning Joe came in fourth place in the 25-54 demo, behind Fox News’ Fox & Friends (253K), HLN’s Morning Express (102K) and CNN’s New Day (90K).
In total viewers, Morning Joe ...
Sarah Palin Has an Online TV Channel Now
Here she is introducing the channel:
But will people pay $100 a year for it? We shall see . . .
When Promoted Tweets Go Bad
This paid-for tweet asking me to subscribe to Israel’s Haaretz newspaper showed up in my timeline this morning:
I’m pretty sure, ”a beach day” was not the answer Haaretz was looking for. Unless, of course, those are special ...
Politico's Roger Simon vs. Governor Rick Perry
And this is why reporters shouldn’t try to be funny:
Rick Perry sending 1,000 National Guard troops to border to shoot small children. Could make good headlines — in Russia.
— Roger Simon (@politicoroger) July 22, 2014
Piers Morgan: Obama 'Dropped the Ball' on MH17
Hey, maybe CNN should give this guy Morgan a show. I like where he’s going with this:
Oops: The Nazi's 'Perfect Aryan' Baby Was Jewish
The Nazis weren’t known for their fact-checking. Telegraph:
When Hessy Taft was six months old, she was a poster child for the Nazis. Her photograph was chosen as the image of the ideal Aryan baby, and distributed in party ...
Facebook's Huge Psychological Experiment on Users
From the Telegraph:
Over 600,000 Facebook users have taken part in a psychological experiment organised by the social media company, without their knowledge.
Facebook altered the tone of the users’ news feed to highlight either positive or negative posts from their ...
Nigeria Hires U.S. PR Firm and Gets Big WaPo Op-Ed by President Jonathan
The AP had this story yesterday. . .
Amid terror chaos, Nigeria hires US PR firm to shape ‘narrative’
The hapless Nigerian government has finally found a way to deal with the ruthless Boko Haram terror group — hire a Washington PR firm.
CNN Asks, "Are ISIS Militants Breaking the 'Rules of Terrorism'?"
This aired during the 3:00 p.m. hour today:
One, if militants are following this hypothetical terrorist rule-book, that makes them terrorists, not militants. CNN needs to pick a noun and stick with it. But more important, terrorists have no rule ...
BBC's New Diversity Mandate
The Telegraph reports:
One in seven BBC presenters and actors is to be black, Asian or minority ethnic within the next three years, it has been announced, as Lord Hall pledges to improve diversity.
Lord Hall, the director-general, has promised 15 ...
NYT Ends 'The Gun Report' — But Why?
Op-Ed columnist for the Times, Joe Nocera, recently announced the end of “The Gun Report” (a daily summary of gun violence in America) writing that it had “run its course” and “was time to bid it adieu.” He added:
Video: Megyn Kelly's Tough Interview of Dick and Liz Cheney
Megyn Kelly to Dick Cheney on Cheney’s blistering op-ed on President Obama’s Iraq policy: “But time and time again, history has proven that you got it wrong, as well sir.” Would MSNBC ever be as tough on a ...
"Mommy Blogger" Arrested For Murdering Son with Salt
Horrific. New York Post:
The 26-year-old mother who documented her sickly son’s health struggles on social media was arrested on charges of second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter, The Journal News reports.
Lacey Spears of Scottsville, Ky., pleaded not guilty ...
Dana Milbank vs. The Heritage Foundation
Here’s a good piece from Dylan Byers at Politico on Dana Milbank and his Washington Post piece accusing a panel hosted by the Heritage Foundation of mocking one of the attendees to the event:
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank ...
Not Dead Broke: NBC Paid Chelsea $600K/Year
Chelsea Clinton earned an annual salary of $600,000 at NBC News before switching to a month-to-month contract earlier this year, sources with knowledge of the agreement told POLITICO.
Clinton, who joined NBC News as a “special correspondent” in November 2011, was ...
President Obama, leader of the free world, answered questions yesterday on the social-media platform Tumblr. He started off the Q&A by fist-bumping Tumblr’s founder, David Karp:
Note: this isn’t a photshopped joke, but an actual item posted ...
Ed Schultz Ends His Talk Radio Show
I’m a little late to this, but Ed Schultz has delivered his last radio show.
Jack Coleman at Newsbusters has the details.
Of note, Randi Rhodes has ended her talk radio show, too. And I thought this was amusing. ...
WaPost Critic Blames Hollywood For Santa Barbara Killings
Movie critic Ann Hornaday of the Washington Post thinks movies like Seth Rogen’s Neighbors and Judd Apatow “comedies” are connected to the mass killing in Santa Barbara. She writes:
As Rodger bemoaned his life of “loneliness, rejection and unfulfilled ...
The NYT, Game of Thrones, and Spock
What was it like in the newsroom when the New York Times fired its editor Jill Abramson? Thankfully we have David Carr of the New York Times to shed some light on the palace intrigue. An excerpt from his piece ...
Rush Limbaugh Wins 'Author of the Year' at Children's Choice Book Awards
This should annoy all the right people. Via NPR:
Conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh won the “Author of the Year Award” at the Children’s Choice Book Awards for his book Rush Revere and The Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with ...
From the Archives: NYT Editors Pretty Happy with Shinseki Heading the VA
From December 9, 2008:
General Shinseki, 66, who commanded the NATO peacekeeping force in Bosnia, has a solid reputation as someone committed to his troops. He is a combat veteran of Vietnam with two Purple Hearts and seems free of the pomposity and ...
CNN Replaces 'Breaking' Airplane Coverage with 'Breaking' Donald Sterling Coverage
As with most stories on CNN about the missing airplane, this, too, is not “breaking news”:
My Question for Jay Carney on Boko Haram
Thank, Jay, for calling on me.
The president met with Nigeria’s president Goodluck Jonathan in September, 2013 and said this:
In the northern regions of Nigeria we’ve seen the emergence of one of the most vicious terrorist organizations in ...
Lil' Blue Eyes Is Fake Blue Eyes?
Report: MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow wears contact lenses to make his eyes more blue.
I guess you have to accentuate the positive and fake the rest.
Comedian Louis C.K. vs. Common Core
Is the Common Core education standard facing its most vocal, and toughest, critic yet? Maybe so.
Louis C.K., whose child is in the third grade at a NYC public school, is not happy with his daughter’s Common Core ...
CNN Now the Chicago News Network?
The Chicago Tribune has a bombshell of a report detailing contact between producers of CNN’s documentary series Chicagoland and Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s staff, with the promise from CNN of positive coverage of Emanuel.
The opening salvo:
Emails show ...
From the Archives: Nevadans Using 'Negro' in a Sentence
Since liberals are so keen to point out the horrid comments of Cliven Bundy, I thought I just remind readers of what Sen. Harry Reid said of then-candidate Obama:
Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) apologized Saturday for referring ...
Brian Williams Raps 'Gin and Juice'
Another great mash-up via Jimmy Fallon:
WaPost on the Ratings Slump of Meet the Press
The Post has a piece out today on NBC’s attempt to figure out why David Gregory as host of Meet the Press isn’t meeting expectations. An excerpt:
The main problem: The great-granddaddy of Sunday-morning Beltway blabfests isn’t ...
Mega-donors: Bloomberg vs. Koch Brothers
Here’s how the New York Times describes Mike Bloomber’s announcement to spend $50 million to fight the NRA. It’s a “grass roots network”:
Michael R. Bloomberg, making his first major political investment since leaving office, plans to spend $50 ...
Video: Sharyl Attkisson Tells How CBS Killed Her Obama Reporting
Here’s Howard Kurtz interviewing former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson on her past reporting on stories like Benghazi and why she left CBS. Good stuff:
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
Stephen Colbert and Diversity at CBS
What surprises me the most about the news that Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman as the host of Late Night is the speed at which CBS and Les Moonves made the decision. And from the way the New York ...
Stephen Colbert to Replace David Letterman
The Smoking Gun Calls Al Sharpton a Liar
Over to you, Reverend:
Facts Derail Lying Sharpton’s Informant Tale
Former FBI Mafia snitch spins fabricated story of “CI-7″ work
APRIL 9–In a desperate effort to explain away his work as a paid government informant, the Rev. Al Sharpton ...