Wednesday Links and Open Thread

  • Tuesday’s numbers: Hannity-Megyn Kelly-Bret Baier (8pm) 1-2-3.
  • August 2016 program ranker: Fox News holds 12 of the top 14 slots.
  • Concha: On CNN doctor questions Hillary’s health.  Flashback: ‘reckless‘.
  • Kelly File video: Does Megyn over Facebook’s fake news?
  • Grove: Ailes’s lawyers leading a ‘vicious vendetta‘ against Gabriel Sherman.
  • Allen: Where did Dr Drew go wrong?  Q&A: Greg Agvent, Ayman Mohyeldin.

34 thoughts on “Wednesday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Yes, it’s only a win in the Primary election.

    But it looks like with wins by John “Get off my lawn” McCain, Little Marco Rubio and disgraced former Chairperson of the Democratic National Committee, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, many of us will have the enjoyment of continuing to mock and ridicule these three magnets for humor.

    Let the fun commence…well in November anyway.

    • Wasn’t paying close attention to NFL news. Not yet anyway.

      So I was not aware that Tom Brady is apparently out of options and will serve a four game suspension after all. At one point there were rumors that it might be reduced to two games.

      • Supreme Coyrt was his last option & I believe they refused to hear case. Yeah! Guy thought he could get away with cheating IMO.

  2. If anyone could sue FACEBOOK, I would have long ago for that picture posted of me in the 4th of July three-legged race.

  3. Media wouldn’t go after FDR’s health nor JKF’s like they would were they Republicans. Shielding Hillary’s health? [Larry makes shocked face].

  4. I’ve I were Aile’s I’d sic my lawyer on Sherman, and Gawker survivors, and anyone else that ever crossed me. Why not?

  5. The fake news Megyn talked about wasn’t the one I was thinking of. There was another fake story that said she was leaving FNC because of Roger Ailes, or whatever it said. I forgot already.

  6. Today’s most popular links:
    5 vicious vendetta
    4 program ranker
    3 have a legal case
    2 questions Hillary’s health
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Allen: Where did Dr Drew go wrong?

  7. Re: “Allen: Where did Dr Drew go wrong?”
    Someone ought to rank these fraudulent promoters of drugs & supplements as to how egregious they are. Or to put it another way, how many f-bombs appear in their twitter feeds.

    How about USA Today or BuzzFeed — both seem to have a fascination with lists and listicles.

    I can think of three right off the top of my head. There must be more.

    • Dr, Pinsky — deceptive promotion of the antidepressant Wellbutrin
    • Mike Huckabee — shilled for a shoddy diabetes “cure” that “no health agency supported”…i.e., he claimed that herbal supplements can cure diabetes
    • Dr. Oz. — Scolded in a Senate hearing as follows: “The scientific community is almost monolithic against you in terms of the efficacy of the three products you called ‘miracles.’

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