Posts tagged "TV"

Jon Stewart: Moderate or Thinly Veiled, Hard-Core, Left-Winger, With a Thin Patina of Objectivity Spread on Top?

-By Warner Todd Huston Steven Crowder rips the false “patina” of objectivity off hard-core leftist Jon Stewart by revealing an email that team Stewart sent him telling him that they will never hire a conservative for the Stewart show. Jon Stewart is just as biased as those he satirizes on his comedy show. And make... Read more »

New 'Reality' TV Show To Focus On Race for 2012 Election

-By Warner Todd Huston An interesting ad has recently appeared at the New York Craig’s List website which shows exactly how the left will be framing the upcoming 2012 presidential election. The ad asks for a family that represents “racial minorities” to be pitted against a family of “white conservatives.” It’s pretty clear they intend... Read more »

Fox Business Network Opens New Studio Overlooking Floor of Chicago Mercantile Exchange

-By Warner Todd Huston Fox Business Network is leaping head first into full time coverage right in the thick of it all at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange with a new CME-based studio booth on the next level up from trading floor itself. Interestingly, this marks as the very first time a financial network will have... Read more »
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Fleebagging TV: Democrat Walks Off TV Show

Here we have a whiner Democrat that can’t take the heat of a TV cable show… and hasn’t two neurons to rub together. You know… a typical Democrat. I love how Ed Morrissey explained how Democrats like this twerp work… Step 1: Declare that the Republican plan will kill people Step 2: Denounce demagoguery Step... Read more »

CBS Names Its Palin-Supporting Character After Terrorist

-By Warner Todd Huston The CBS drama The Good Wife, a politically charged soap-opera-like series, is coming under fire for naming its Sarah Palin-boosting character after America’s most infamous domestic terrorist, Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. Matthew Vadum of the Washington-based Capital Research Center says that naming the character “McVeigh” conjures an unmistakable inference. “Calling... Read more »

Some of the Unsung, Working Actors that Died in 2010...

-By Warner Todd Huston We all know the really famous actors that died in 2010. But there was also a bunch of actors that, when you see their face, you’ll remember… if, that is, you were a big TV and film watcher during the 1950s, 60s, 70s and/or 80s. Check out the familiar faces of... Read more »
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2010: The Entertainment Industry's PC Year in Review

-By Warner Todd Huston For the entertainment industry’s practitioners of political correctness, 2010 was another banner year. Even as conservatives have made deserved headway in La La Land and other areas of the industry, there still aren’t enough conservatives to bring much needed patriotism, logic, and common sense to the scene. Sadly, the industry is... Read more »

Why Won't MSNBCs Ed Schultz Interview Republicans? Cuz he is 'Sick of 'Em,' of Course

-By Warner Todd Huston It’s funny how lefties always consider themselves the more “logical,” the more civilized,” and more “adult” side of the argument. Why, they just want to have an adult debate to explain how correct their ideas are, right? Well, they might unless they work for MSNBC, apparently. Especially if they’re Ed Schultz.... Read more »

How The Old Media Constantly Undermines Sarah Palin

-By Warner Todd Huston Most media-watching conservatives have simply been flabbergasted at how the Old Media establishment has so neatly come together to destroy Sarah Palin. The Internet has been abuzz with examples of this attack on Sarah since she was chosen by John McCain to be her number two during the campaign for the... Read more »
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CBS's 'Medium' Present A Sheriff Joe Arpaio-Like Character As Rapist-Murderer

-By Warner Todd Huston On October 15, the Whodunnit/Psychic series “Medium,” which is set in Phoenix, Arizona, featured a character obviously based on tough-on-crime, real-life Sheriff Joe Arpaio. But instead of presenting him as a tough, but serious lawman, this TV show depicted its Arpaio-like character as a rapist of teen girls as well as... Read more »