Igniting Ferguson: CNN Is Run Like a James Bond Villain’s In Charge

CNN chief Jeff Zucker reminds me of a James Bond villain, specifically Elliot Carver, the media megalomaniac in “Tomorrow Never Dies” played so memorably by Jonathan Pryce. If you recall, Carver manufactures chaos and sews the seeds of disaster to the benefit of his news empire. The only difference between Carver and Zucker is that Carver was after big ratings. Zucker is only after enough ratings to stay afloat. What he really wants is what Obama and all of the left want: political change through social division and chaos. Zucker’s henchman Chris Cuomo wrapped up a week of doing his part to stoke violence and destruction in the predominantly black, working class neighborhood of Ferguson with a rousing and self-serving defense of his profession, where he warned that bashing the media could be “dangerous.”  In the language of a James Bond film, this is the scene where the arch-villain monologues and justifies his villainy: — — We’re always talking about political correctness. It seems the media is one of the last places you can go and just bash all you want, all across the range, and it’s still okay. But it’s also a little dangerous because it’s one of the
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Holocaust Survivor to U.S. Veterans: ‘You Are the Best Among Us’

Martin Greenfield has been hailed “America’s greatest living tailor” and the “most interesting man in the world.” A Holocaust survivor, Mr. Greenfield makes suits for the world’s most powerful and influential men, including presidents of both parties, Hollywood actors, and professional athletes.  Greenfield is the author of the new book, Measure of Man: From Auschwitz Survivor to Presidents’ Tailor. On Monday, radio host Mark Levin hailed Greenfield’s memoir “a remarkable book” that “encapsulates everything that I’m trying to communicate [about tyranny], but better than I can.” In the excerpt below from Monday’s NY Post, Mr. Greenfield pays tribute to his American liberators and all those who serve.   Seventy years ago, Nazi soldiers descended on my tiny village in the Carpathian Mountains, rounded up me and my family and packed us into cattle cars headed for Auschwitz. My mother, grandparents, sister and 5-year-old baby brother were sent to the ovens. I was 15 years old. Today, I own America’s premier hand-tailored menswear company and make suits for everyone from President Obama to Jimmy Fallon to James Spader’s character Raymond “Red” Reddington on NBC’s “The Blacklist.” Everything I am or will ever be I owe to God and the soldiers, sailors, airmen and
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