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Archive for the category “Media’s Funhouse Mirror”

ABC: The All Bias Network

George Stephanopoulos’ foray into the Clinton Global Foundation proverbial cookie jar continues to haunt ABC News and Democrat darling Hillary Clinton. It was recently disclosed that Stephanopoulos, ABC’s top political correspondent, has donated $75,000 to the Foundation over the years and according to Clinton Cash author Peter Sweitzer, we haven’t even scratched the surface of his involvement. Schweitzer says he’s all in at the Foundation and a featured attendee at many its events. First off, it’s a joke to call Stephanopoulos a journalist, much less a political commentator. To be terse, he is and always has been a Clinton and Democrat Party acolyte, nothing more than a political hack. Fox 11 (Los Angeles) anchor and reporter Lauren Sivan and political pundit and comedian Stephen Kruiser join John Phillips to discuss ABC’s plight and whether its acronym really stands for “All Behind Clinton” in this edition of “The Run Down” on PJTV.

Good Intentions Gone Awry

It’s well documented that American blacks have received their share of upheaval, none of them more disparaging than slavery. So is the answer more government aid? Manhattan Institute senior fellow Jason Riley says no. His new book, Please Stop Helping Us, spells out how well-intended government programs have damaged blacks. Riley explains further in an interview with John Stossel in this edition of Liberty Pen.

Tri Crew Takes On Lyin’ Brian

Sources tell us that Brian Williams was actually Lord of the Rings’ Frodo, crossed the Delaware with General George Washington and stood alongside President Lincoln at Gettysburg. We jest, of course, but these are some of the entertaining parodies splashing the Internet. PJTV’s crew of Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green take on the Williams embellisment scandal with some juicy debate in this edition of “Trifecta.”

Biggest Losers of 2014

Josh Phillips, Michelle Fields and Stephen Kruiser, PJTV’s illustrious panel on the video blog, “Rundown,” discuss their “biggest losers” of 2014. Tune in to see if you agree with their selections.

Talking ISIS and Ray Rice

As President Obama prepares to address the nation and the world on the increasingly volatile mess in Iraq and Syria, Newsmax host Steve Malzberg and author, former prosecutor of The Blind Sheikh and National Review columnist Andrew McCarthy discuss the latest on the ISIS terrorists. Also in this segment of The Steve Malzberg Show, Malzberg touches on the new revelation in the case of pro football running back Ray Rice, who was cut by the Baltimore Ravens and banned indefinitely from the NFL by Commissioner Roger Goodell.

Crash Blame Game Begins

The blame game has begun in the aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines MH17 tragedy. Ukrainian officials are pointing the finger at Russian separatists in their country for shooting down the commercial aircraft, while Russia is adamant that it was Ukraine. Meanwhile, there is growing concern that evidence from the crash site may disappear or be tampered with, sending more allegations flying from both sides. Susan Ormiston, senior correspondent for CBC’s The National, fills us in on the latest from Ukraine.

Immigration Frustration

Conservative commentator Lou Dobbs is notorious for his aggressive approach to our increasingly massive immigration and deportation issues. Libertarian John Stossel is a bit more lenient. A few years back, while working for separate networks, Dobbs and Stossel were well-known adversaries, occasionally bashing each other live on-air. Ironically, both are colleagues at Fox News today and united in this edition of LibertyPen for a stirring debate on immigration.

Trading On-Air Barbs Live

Here’s a not-so-surprising fact for you: On-air personalities get cranky, too, even when the cameras are rolling. Amy Holmes takes a look at some of the most captivating live, on-air scuffles in this unusual edition of “The Hot List” on The Blaze Network.

Charlie Daniels Talks ‘Devil’

Will Cain, a political analyst for the The Blaze Network, goes off the beaten path for an interview with singer-songwriter Charlie Daniels in this edition of “The Cain Conversation.” The topic of discussion–Daniels’ mega-hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” Says Daniels, “I did two versions of it. I did one SOB version and one son-of-a-gun version. I tell people I did a Baptist version and a Methodist version and I won’t tell them which is which.”

Poll Says Legal Weed Inevitable

A CBS poll conducted by political consultant and noted pollster Frank Luntz reveals there is a major shift in the sentiment toward legalizing marijuana. The poll showed that 54 percent said pot should be legal, up from 41 percent in 2010. And an eye-popping 75 percent feel that smoking pot will eventually become law soon. Luntz leads an animated focus group of 25 as they debate the issue on CBS This Morning.

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