Wednesday Links and Open Thread

  • Tuesday’s numbers: Bill O’Reilly-Bret Baier-Megyn Kelly 1-2-3.
  • Outnumbered video: Will sink his campaign?
  • Brian Williams named to distinguished list.  Audio Q&A: Brian Kilmeade.
  • Which channel’s coverage of GOP campaign is 70% about Donald Trump?
  • Wemple: Cable news standards are unavoidably thorny…and inconsistent.
  • Laurie Dhue in St Louis.  CNN gets another debate?  Rhiannon Jones to CNN.
  • Impartial MSNBC anchor turns terrorism discussion to ‘Christian extremism’.
  • Kelly File video: Megyn on media marching to Trump’s tune.

19 thoughts on “Wednesday Links and Open Thread”

  1. May God bless Laurie Dhue for all the good work that she is doing. To be perfectly honest, she did a better job loaded, than many do sober.

  2. Seems like only yesterday when Cristian extremists slaughtered 14 Muslim at a county employees’ Ramadan party a week after they killed a 100+ in Paris.

  3. In future news, old gypsy woman speaking at Bret Bair’s retirement party, “The way you walked was thorny though no fault of your own,…”

  4. Matt Drudge screwed up big time yesterday and put out a false report that CNN was hosting an extra GOP debate on January 5th. Embarrassing. And no apology or retraction yet.

  5. Re: “Outnumbered video: Will Trump’s ban on Muslims sink his campaign?”: I sure hope so. Come on, Iowa voters. Set the tone by voting for someone else.

  6. After nearly nine years as a premium member, I’ve canceled my membership. Outside of the No Spin News, I wasn’t taking advantage of any other perks. All the perks I used to enjoy–the Backstage Conversation, The Factor Postgame Show, exclusive interviews with Factor regulars, and The Radio Factor–are all gone. And you all know how certain facets of Bill have gotten on my nerves lately. So, why bother sticking around?

    I thought my membership would still be in effect until the day it would be up for renewal this February, but when I tried to access the No Spin News this morning, I was told I had to log in or sign up to see and hear it. Apparently, my membership was immediately terminated. It’s just as well. My new Netflix subscription partially offsets what the price of my yearly premium membership fee would be.

  7. Today’s most popular links:
    5 cable news standards
    4 named to distinguished list
    3 70% about Donald Trump
    2 Impartial MSNBC anchor
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Laurie Dhue in St Louis.

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