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Steve Bannon has stepped down as Editor-in-Chief at Breitbart News amid growing discord with his former boss President Trump.
What a precious snowflake.
The software engineer who was fired from Google after his controversial manifesto went public has the support of the far-right media.
In the immediate aftermath of the shooting rampage at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, journalists and law enforcement officials were scrambling for details.
Glenn Beck's The Blaze was once the envy of other right-leaning sites. Not anymore.
The influential conservative pundit isn't letting up on the presumptive GOP nominee.
The conservative media is fond of offering solutions for "fixing" public education that they would never suggest for their local police department.
This Trump campaign has produced all kinds of regrettable firsts this season, but one of the strangest twists has to be that some conservatives who have spent generations denouncing the press for being unfairly critical of Republicans have now completely flipped the script.
The man who's been hammering away at liberals for three hours a day since 1988, telling the world how horrible the left is, blames the people he's spent all his time denouncing for dividing America.
The influential conservative writer will focus more on his radio career.
Is Fox News on the brink of becoming (as Pinocchio might say) a "real news organization" instead of the wooden de facto propaganda wing of the Republican Party?
Many Republican politicians, pundits and loyal GOP voters have targeted President Obama as the reason for the current state of race relations in our nation. As those in the land of rock-ribbed republicanism see it, our current commander-in-chief is the primary reason that the racial situation is less than desirable.
I'm done talking about this. And so is Bill. And so is the management of Fox News -- the highest rated channel in cable, bar none.
What's the peril to conservatives of blindly protecting O'Reilly? Simple: It completely undercuts the conservative cottage industry of media criticism. You can't simultaneously demand that Brian Williams be fired and that Bill O'Reilly be left alone, not if you want anyone to pause for more than three seconds when considering your press critiques.