There are some really twisted people in the world and social media is a good place to find them.
Following reports of the assassination of two New York City police officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu many took to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to offer prayers and condolences for the fallen … Read More
And she runs the communications department?
A University of Michigan professor, sparked a backlash among colleagues and GOP officials after writing a column titled “It’s Okay To Hate Republicans,” including a demand by the state Republican party chairman that she resign from her taxpayer-funded … Read More
A bit of a family feud seems to be playing out in the media between Sen. Marco Rubio an fellow Republican Sen. Rand Paul over Cuba.
Rubio told Megyn Kelly on Thursday that Paul has "no idea what he's talking about" when it comes to opening up trade with the Cuban government.
Paul has written … Read More
Hollywood heavyweight and pompous left wing stalwart George Clooney just uttered one of the most ironic lines of his career.
“A good portion of the press abdicated its real duty. They played the fiddle while Rome burned,” he told deadline.com. “There was a real story going on. With just a little … Read More
There goes the neighborhood!
Al Sharpton met with embattled Sony exec Amy Pascal for 90 minutes in an attempt to discuss solutions to stop the media bleeding from the cyber-hacking leak of embarrassing, racially charged emails.
Pascal allegedly has agreed to let Sharpton have a say in how … Read More
Petty jealousy reared its ugly head on Twitter.
MSNBC pundit Joe Scarborough, whose network is a distant third to Fox News and CNN, took a swipe at popular Fox host Megyn Kelly Friday.
Scarborough posted a picture of Megyn Kelly and included a snide remark.
Amazing coincidence here. Eric … Read More
Post by KISS.
Even if I weren't a KISS fan, this would make my day:
Make-up department is covered.
Bakery . . . check.
All cashiers to the front please.
And, of course, those "greeter fellers," as Larry the Cable Guy likes to call … Read More
Now that North Korea has apparently intimidated Hollywood into shelving a movie unfavorable to Dear Leader Kim Jong-un, Michael Reagan reminds us that this is not the first time Tinsel Town has capitulated to powerful political figures.
In an op-ed published in NewsMax, Reagan said that Bobby … Read More
Children have a way of simplifying things, and a 10-year-old New Jersey girl summed up why she doesn't like Common Core in three succinct words.
“Because it stinks.”
Elizabeth Blaine, a fourth-grader from Montclair, N.J., spoke at a school board meeting on Monday about "the Common Core test … Read More
Officer Andrew Petrowski of the Austin Police Department in Texas was caught on tape confronting a reporter in a profanity-laced rant about the National Football League's Ray Rice domestic violence fallout over him beating up his wife, Janay, in a hotel elevator.
Joy Diaz, reporter for NPR … Read More
Amir Hekmati, a former U.S. Marine, who has been imprisoned in Iran for more than three years for allegedly spying for the CIA, has begun a hunger strike, his family said Tuesday, without mentioning when he started the strike, according to media reports. The family also released an open letter he … Read More
The Obama administration is mulling what its response will be to the Sony Pictures hack that caused the cancellation of the film “The Interview.”
Wednesday, following threats of a 9/11 type attack and the leaking of mountains of private information and embarrassing emails from Sony executives the … Read More
It doesn't take much of an imagination to see the folks at NBC salivating over the opportunity to be among the first to broadcast live from Havana, Cuba.
In a fortuitous turn of events, tax-cheat Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., was in Havana with a medical association focused on the treatment for … Read More
Founder and President of the Media Research Center (MRC), L. Brent Bozell III runs the largest media watchdog organization in America.
Bozell is a lecturer, syndicated columnist, television commentator, debater, marketer, businessman, author, publisher and activist, making him one of the most … Read More
Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which focuses on constitutional law. He is author of the New York Times Bestseller, Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Can't Ignore. He hosts "Jay Sekulow Live" - a daily radio show which is broadcast on more than 850 stations … Read More