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Priest Kisses Man Who Came for Confession in Showtime Shocker

SMILF, what are we going to do with you? Writer and star Frankie Shaw clearly hates Christianity, as that theme comes through in nearly every single episode. In the pilot, her character Bridgette told her baby’s father Rafi that prayer isn’t allowed in her home and, just a couple of weeks ago, she suggested that the Virgin Mary was raped by ...

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‘Search Party’ Swaps Gender Roles in Sexual Harassment Episode

In the wake of the recent onslaught of sexual harassment accusations against men in power, Sunday night’s episodes of TBS’s Search Party presented their own case of sexual misconduct, but with a twist: a female senatorial candidate sexually harasses a young African-American campaign staffer. In the first of tonight’s episodes, “Denial,” candidate Mary Ferguson (J. Smith-Cameron) calls campaign staffer Julian ...

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‘Madam Secretary’ Fantasizes About Hillary Holding Russian Leakers ‘Accountable’

There’s no doubt that CBS’s Madam Secretary was inspired from the beginning by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Despite an overcrowded season of topics ranging from fake news stories to the Earth fighting back against global warming, the show finally returns to its roots for another Hillary fantasy. This time, she takes on the infamous but also fictional Russian ...

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NYT’s Awful ‘Explanation’ of Jerusalem Move is Hostile to Israel: Flubs, Omits Basic Facts

New York Times writer Max Fisher’s “The Interpreter” column on President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was crammed with historical falsehoods: “Jerusalem, Explained: Why Trump’s Decision Matters and What’s Next.” Fisher has previously used his odd “Interpreter” perch to go to amazing lengths to suggest that there’s some doubt as to the motive of radical Islamic ...

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CNN Media Panel: Our Fake News Stories Are Why You Should Trust Us

In one of the most asinine discussions about the liberal media’s credibility problem, CNN host Brian Stelter took to Reliable Sources on Sunday to defend his outlet and the rest of the media for the latest swarm of fake news stories plaguing the country. And offering no apology to the public for muddying the discourse, Stelter defended their precious anonymous ...

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Seven Questions the Press Must Ask Tom Hanks About ‘The Post’

Oscar winner Tom Hanks tried to heal the nation in wake of Donald Trump’s stunning presidential victory. Most celebrities predicted the end of the world, or similar calamities, after Nov. 8, 2016. Not Hanks. The Forrest Gump star struck a more reassuring tone during a public appearance days after the election. Here’s what he told The Hollywood Reporter at the time. ...

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Press Virtually Ignores Gloria Steinem’s Howler: Trump ‘Lost by 10 Million Votes’

At the Massachusetts Conference for Women on Wednesday, so-called “feminist icon” and late-1990s Bill Clinton apologist and enabler Gloria Steinem made a big deal out the fact that she never has and never will call Donald Trump “president” — to her, he’s the “harasser in chief” — while claiming that Trump “lost” last year’s general election by “10 million votes.” ...

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Todd Frets to Sanders: Have Dems ‘Done enough’ to ‘Stop’ Tax Bill?

During an interview with Vermont Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders on Sunday’s Meet the Press, moderator Chuck Todd exposed just where he stood on the GOP tax reform bills making their way through Congress. And after questioning Sanders about the Democratic Party’s efforts to halt tax reform, he wanted to know about the Democratic Party’s latest efforts to impeach President Trump. ...

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