Sharyl Attkisson refused to answer questions from Politico about the inconsistencies in her story of alleged government hacking into her computer. Instead, she once again lashed out at Media Matters.
While Republican leaders are saying their party should focus on governing and working with President Obama, conservative media figures are pushing the GOP to use its gains in Congress to push a right-wing agenda, avoid compromise, and continue to obstruct the president.
Sharyl Attkisson's crusade against Media Matters continues in her new book, Stonewalled, which contains at least 22 references to the organization. Attkisson's grievances include frustration that Media Matters has a reputation as a "serious" media watchdog and a baseless charge that the organization has attacked her with false information.
Conservative financiers Charles and David Koch have spent far more to influence the 2014 midterm elections than progressive activist Tom Steyer, yet for months media outlets have equated the two.
Continuing his years-long effort to smear President Obama's supposed anti-colonial mindset, conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza is suggesting that the influence Obama's father had on his outlook is "more dangerous" than Ebola.
In a Facebook post, D'Souza asked, "Which is a more dangerous infection: #Ebola, or the dreams from his father?" The latest outbreak of Ebola has killed more than 3,400 people in four West African countries and has spread to Europe and the United States.
James O'Keefe has recently launched a political advocacy group, Project Veritas Action Fund, but journalists should be aware that O'Keefe has a long history of lies and deceptively edited videos filmed under false pretenses.
Project Veritas Action Fund has so far released videos about Kentucky's U.S. Senate race and Texas' gubernatorial contest. O'Keefe's venture is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization, which allows direct involvement in political campaigns. O'Keefe's existing group, Project Veritas, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, which is not allowed to be involved in political campaigning.
The New York Post has settled a lawsuit about a front page that the paper ran shortly after the Boston Marathon bombing on which it highlighted two "Bag Men" it claimed were being sought authorities.
Conservative media is dubiously claiming that the rise of the Islamic State is due in part to President Obama skipping scheduled daily intelligence briefings. The basis of this claim is a misleading interpretation of how intelligence briefings are received by the White House that was debunked two years ago.
Conservative media are lashing out at individuals who have worked with and support Hillary Clinton to attack her by proxy and rehash tired Benghazi smears.
NRA board member Ted Nugent is telling fans that on the upcoming 9/11 anniversary they should be prepared to send "two to the head" against "allahpuke zombies," adding that they should "killemall."