Thursday Links and Open Thread

  • Wednesday’s numbers: O’Reilly-Tucker Carlson-Martha MacCallum 1-2-3.
  • Video: Kurtz and Jenna Lee on of a military coup.
  • Concha: Should reporters be banned from tweeting? In some cases…yes!
  • Gibbons: Juan Williams, Kim Guilfoyle at Multichannel Diversity Discussion.
  • Hollywood Reporter video: at Women in Entertainment event.
  • With feds’ decision on merger deal pending, CNN promises ‘independence’.
  • Tucker Carlson video: Hate speech opponent who compared
  • Bret Baier at Franklin Templeton Pro-Am.  Q&A: Fareed Zakaria, Jake Tapper.

29 thoughts on “Thursday Links and Open Thread”

  1. Trump meets with Al Gore, then Leonardo DiCaprio. Then there is this — ‘He has a lot of a**holes around him’: Trevor Noah, Daily Show.

    See, not all FAKE NEWS is fake.

  2. I’m trying to get a gig on Tucker. Your assignment “CNN and Hitler”, compare and contrast. I’ll offer to come on, report my findings, get beat up.

  3. Have to disagree with Mr. Concha. If reporters are forbidden to tweet their biases, we will just have to guess. Too much work. Let their lack of discipline on Twitter inform us of their discipline in reporting.

      • Got around to watching your appearance with Mr. BIll on my DVR. Great suggestion for a new “killing book”: Jimmy Hoffa. I’d buy that one — even if O’Reily’s claim he knows who did it is hyperbole.

    • It’s galling that the same journalists whose twitter feeds are full of left wing nonsense, get a bad case of the sads when they’re accused of being biased to the left. To flat out lie in the face of overwhelming evidence beyond contemptible.

    • One-fifth of the Keating Five. Sorry, Larry, I have a long memory when it comes to crooked politicians.

      • I forgot all about that. So apparently had every single obituary I saw yesterday. I do remember now McCain as another member and Keating somehow getting doused with flour.
        Glenn was born and raised up to and including college in Cambridge, Ohio, about an hour’s drive from me. My original partner’s son shared an old memory of him as a daily jogger though the neighborhood who when waved at, never failed to wave back.

    • Day-amm! I use that daily; have it running in an app all the time. But then, I wondered how they made any money on it.

    • Yes. Try right click and “Open Link in New Tab” or hold down shift key and click.
      (Works in Windows; don’t know about Apple products.)

      • Thanks!

        Just a side rant – everything worked just fine with Windows 7 and I knew where everything was. Now they go change everything around with Windows 10 and I’m back on a learning curve.

  4. Today’s most popular links:
    5 Megyn Kelly
    4 alarmist media warnings
    3 Bret Baier
    2 banned from tweeting
    And the most popular link in today’s links…
    1 Tucker Carlson video: Hate speech opponent who compared Trump to Hitler.

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