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Layoffs at 'New York Times' Even Worse Than Expected

The early news was that no more than 100 layoffs and/or buyouts were expected at the New York Times before the end of the year. A statement released by the Newspaper Guild Tuesday claims that the number is closer to 110. And they are not happy about it: Dec 16, 2014 12:08 PM PT

Massive Media Fail: Only 29% Oppose CIA Interrogation Methods

A Pew Research poll finds that the mainstream media and Democrats failed miserably in their coordinated attacks against the Bush Administration (and America) over Bush-era enhanced interrogation methods employed by the CIA against 3 terrorists to stop future terror attacks (and hunt down 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden). Dec 16, 2014 10:23 AM PT

Employees Sue Sony for Ignoring Warning About Computer Security

The fallout from the criminal hack into all things Sony Pictures is already vast and wide, and it is only going to get worse. Two former employees launched a class-action suit against the studio Tuesday charging negligence. According to the suit, Sony was warned about weaknesses in their computer security but refused to act. Dec 16, 2014 9:57 AM PT

Mel Gibson & Racist Emails: H'Wood's Only Choice Is to Exile Pascal & Rudin

Gibson's rants sickened me. So too do the Pascal/Rudin emails that diminish a black man (forget he's our President) to the color of his skin and mock him over it. Worse, the exchange reads like two mean girls getting together to feel better about themselves through the petty act of lording their superiority over someone else. In this case, it can be interpreted as racial superiority. Dec 13, 2014 6:38 AM PT

'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Review: Behold, the Power of Boredom

When it comes to director Ridley Scott's artistic and storytelling choices, there's so much wrong with "Exodus: Gods and Kings," it's hard to care about the director's childish hostility towards religion, which no doubt resulted in a bloodless, brutally boring tale of Moses the Lawgiver. Dec 12, 2014 9:10 AM PT

Seth MacFarlane: The Breitbart News Interview, Part 1 -- My Beatings Come from the Political Left

There are reams of articles about and interviews with MacFarlane about "Ted" and "The Family Guy" and the upcoming "Ted 2." MacFarlane, though, is more than the sum of those parts. He's serious about science, a fairly committed atheist, one of the few powers in Hollywood willing to challenge the Left's political correctness, and best of all, he loves swing music. That was the guy I wanted to talk to, and thankfully MacFarlane was more than game. Dec 12, 2014 7:09 AM PT

Creepy Hell-Hound Trolls!: Media Blasts Breitbart Over Dunham Reporting

Although the Washington Post's Eugene Volokh has published two superb pieces of analysis based in part on our reporting, on the same day the Washington Post published a methodical and righteous debunking of Rolling Stone's University of Virginia rape hoax, elsewhere in that same publication Breitbart News was vilified for an act of journalism that resulted in the exoneration of an innocent man. Dec 11, 2014 6:39 AM PT

Coincidence? For Months Lena Dunham Knew 'Barry One' Was Under Suspicion -- And Said Nothing

According to a statement released Tuesday by Barry One's attorney Aaron Minc, they have been "contacting Random House and Ms. Dunham since October 6, 2014, seeking an apology and exoneration." It was only this week that Random House finally exonerated Barry One. It was only yesterday, a full two months later, that Dunham herself finally cleared the man her memoir put under suspicion. Dec 10, 2014 5:54 AM PT

Barry One's Attorney Calls for Dunham to Break Silence

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter's Paul Bond, Aaron Minc, attorney for the man Breitbart News calls "Barry One," says that his client is "looking for something from Miss Dunham," which almost certainly means a statement or apology of some kind directly from the woman who placed Barry One, a man she knew was innocent, under a cloud of suspicion as her alleged rapist. Dec 9, 2014 6:11 AM PT

Hollywood Reporter: Dunham Publisher to Alter Rape Chapter

Paul Bond of The Hollywood Reporter landed the first interview with Barry One's attorney Aaron Minc. Minc told Bond that Random House has agreed to add a disclaimer to future printings of Lena Dunham's memoir "Not That Kind of Girl" that will make clear that "Barry" is not the real name of her alleged rapist. Dec 8, 2014 6:33 PM PT

Random House Goes for Quick Payoff, Clears 'Barry One'

After two months of requests made through his attorney, the man Breitbart News identified as "Barry One" in an investigative report published last week has, at least, been exonerated by Lena Dunham's publisher, Random House. In a statement released to The Wrap that raises many more questions than it answers, Random House finally admits: “The name ‘Barry’ referenced in the book is a pseudonym. Random House, on our own behalf and on behalf of our author, regrets the confusion.” Dec 8, 2014 1:05 PM PT

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