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Since I posted about MSNBC' host Melissa Harris-Perry's outlandish "Children don't belong to their parents" claim, I suppose I should comment on her reaction to all the "hateful, personal attacks" she's received. She's not backing down, in fact rather proudly proclaims that she is doubling down:

Kids 'R' ours

Those people at MSNBC aren't just loony lefty airheads anymore. Now they're getting downright scary. Your kids belong to all of us, so get over it, "K?

Must-see TV

Honestly, I haven't noticed any particular restraint being exercised -- have you?

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering making changes to its rules that bar TV and radio stations from airing indecent material.

Star Trek, the tax generation

J and J

So, it's going to be Jimmy Fallon at "The Tonight Show," and a friend of mine complained, "But I just got used to Jay Leno!" A lot of people seem to be concerned about this change, but I'm not sure why:

Diversity in jeopardy

Hey, "Jeopardy!" fans, the big event is tonight and tomorrow night:

Hidden flesh

Top three

OK, Super Bowl over, we had a winner, now who cares? But we're still talking about the ads. (How come very single year people say, "They weren't as good this year"?). FWIW, in the "Brings out the sentinmental slob in me" category, I call it a tie between these two.

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Open secret

Surprise, surprise, surprise!

Congrats are in order for Jim Nabors. And from the sound of it, they're long overdue.

The actor, known for playing Gomer Pyle in the 1960s on The Andy Griffith Show and Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., has married his male partner of 38 years.

Tweet this

Life lesson from Fox's Bret Baier, to the viewers who were tweeting "Who is Neville Chamberlain?"

If you can Tweet, can't you Google?