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October 9, 2012
19:30 // 1 year ago
October 8, 2012
I had no idea how much people hated bow ties. It took me 20 years to realize that wearing a bow tie is like wearing a middle finger around your neck.
Tucker Carlson • On why he stopped wearing bowties. Carlson is the subject of a Brian Stelter profile in the New York Times regarding the growth of his site, The Daily Caller, which had a banner week last week due to a controversial 2007 video of Barack Obama.
10:21 // 1 year ago
July 7, 2012
0:47 // 1 year ago
June 15, 2012

You might’ve heard about this situation with this reporter for this Web site called The Daily Caller earlier today. But as Wonkette correctly points out, it’s only the second-most-entertaining thing the conservative outlet has done today. The first is this column, “Bryce Harper, conservative hero,” in which Mark Judge opines on why the Washington Nationals rookie (who recently went viral by saying “That’s a clown question, bro” to a reporter who asked a stupid question) is an awesome baseball player but also a metaphor for conservatives. As we point out above, the first comment is the best.

19:36 // 1 year ago
What about American workers who are unemployed by immigrant farmers?
The Daily Caller reporter Neil MunroInterrupting President Obama while the president was making a speech about his new immigration policy, which allows for work visas for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. at a young age. Because clearly this was a Q&A, not a speech. In related news, The Daily Caller won an Edward R. Murrow award for writing earlier this week, according to Munro’s most recent tweet.
14:26 // 1 year ago
May 21, 2012
Of course we got attacked and people said we were racist, but I didn’t care.
The Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson • Discussing his site’s pushing of the Trayvon Martin story, including posting Martin’s tweets, which showed the slain teen in an unflattering light. The Daily Caller and other conservative media outlets have put a strong focus on surfacing black-on-white violence lately, particularly the attack on two Virginian-Pilot reporters, which Bill O’Reilly covered heavily for days. BuzzFeed’s McCay Coppins analyzes the phenomenon, writing that “The conservative media’s in-your-face reporting of black-on-white crime is a sort of demonstration project — a rebellious response to decades of fielding allegations of racism from the cultural elites who run the mainstream press.” Are they focusing on the wrong issue?
10:15 // 1 year ago
April 14, 2012
17:17 // 2 years ago
March 27, 2012
15:55 // 2 years ago
February 16, 2012
If they have an enemies list and they collaborate with the White House, does it mean the White House may have an enemies list? By the way, my name was on the list. Shocking.
Sean Hannity • Freaking out over the just-uncovered revelation that Media Matters allegedly has an enemies list, and he’s on it. The Daily Caller’s massive multi-part expose on the liberal organization seems to have uncovered a ton of dirt, including an internal memo that included this line: “We must take Fox News head-on in a well funded, presidential-style campaign to discredit and embarrass the network, making it illegitimate in the eyes of news consumers.” It appears that The Daily Caller did their homework with this one. One major quibble however: Tucker Carlson, a current Fox News contributor, runs The Daily Caller, and wrote some of the stories. That is a huge conflict of interest. Should Tucker have taken himself off this story? (ht imwithkanye)
11:17 // 2 years ago
January 25, 2012

What media sites fight about when the stakes don’t matter

Apparently Mediaite’s best-known writer, Tommy Christopher, doesn’t use his real name when reporting. At least that’s what The Daily Caller says. Meanwhile, Fishbowl DC smells chum in the water and jumps in. Tommy defends himself to Ed Morrissey, because clearly this was a big enough deal that someone had to interview him about it. Meanwhile, nobody cares. Isn’t there an election happening? Aren’t there better, headier things to deal with? This is not within shouting distance of Stephen Glass or Jayson Blair on a slow news day when the mainstream media is reading Google News while wearing beer goggles. Instead of all this infighting between mid-range media sites with offices, let’s all agree to focus on the real issue here: Why Michelle Obama is eating a taco.

19:59 // 2 years ago