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zombies, responsible rhetoric?

Congressman Blake Farenthold (Republican from Texas) referred to “zombie movies” in reference to not trusting the government for outbreak control. The quote (from Oct 10th) was clipped on this morning’s “ 67 more words

Politics

'Face The Nation' Tops Sunday Beltway Show Race; Overhauled 'Meet The Press' Finishes Third

CBS’ Face The Nation has taken the season’s first three weeks in the Sunday Beltway show wars, according to corrected Nielsen stats. Most recent numbers have the program clocking 3.53 million viewers and 1.044 million in the news demo last week  – Bob Schieffer’s best deliveries since late March. 74 more words

TV Ratings

Obama admin's Susan Rice shares wrong info again--this time re:Turkey

The Obama administration never seems to get enough of sticking their feet in their mouths or not verifying info before they share it or just flat out lying. 274 more words

End Times

NBC Reporter: US Failing To Stop ISIS [VIDEO]

Alex Griswold,  The Daily Caller

On NBC’s “Meet the Press,” chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel painted a dim picture of the U.S. strategy against ISIS, claiming that ISIS was not degraded, not slowing down, and that the U.S. 186 more words

GOVERNMENT

"The Only Interesting Thing About Meet The Press": So Many Journalists Think It’s Interesting To Anyone Other Than Journalists

Kevin Drum’s piece altered me to the fact that Jon Stewart was considered to be the next host of Meet the Press. I googled on “Meet the Press Jon Stewart” and found that Kevin’s was one of a tidal wave of pieces weighing in on this earthshattering revelation. 488 more words

Media

Which One of These Three Don't Belong?

               

Historically speaking, pandering is almost as old as the profession to which it has been oft connected throughout the ages. There is another form of pandering, however, that is much less licentious in its intention. 555 more words

Baby Boomers

Jon Stewart was Asked to Host Meet the Press

It was widely reported yesterday that NBC had asked Jon Stewart to host Meet the Press back in August when David Gregory left the once-popular Sunday political show. 208 more words

Comedy