The "news" networks don't practice any religious observances on their airwaves on Sunday, but they do have a fierce devotion to promoting their sacred "right" to destroy innocent unborn children. You could see this on June 26 during two interviews with Republican Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota.
On ABC's "This Week" and CBS's "Face the Nation,...Read more
On June 18, someone captured video of President Joe Biden riding a bike on vacation in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. When he came to a stop, he caught his foot in the pedal and fell to the pavement. Without it being on tape, no one would have cared much.
On social media, conservatives quickly brought up how Donald Trump was ridiculed for walking ...Read more
On CNN's "Reliable Sources" on June 19, host Brian Stelter touted the growing new trend in the "objective" media of creating a "democracy beat" because Donald Trump and his devotees are a constant threat. Stelter compared it to a contractor fighting rot and mold in the house.
There's something obvious and desirable about journalists focusing ...Read more
When someone wants to complain about how our most respected news outlets once attempted to look "objective" but are now dwelling on performative activism, see Time magazine.
Time magazine is a shadow of its former self. Every issue is a "double issue," since no one needs a "weekly news magazine" at this late date. The cover of the June 20/27 ...Read more
It's June, so we're receiving relentless messaging about the importance of "pride" for the LGBTQ community. One prominent vehicle was the cover of the "Pride Issue" of People magazine dated June 20, featuring, "Robin Roberts In Her Own Words: Love, Faith, & Breaking Barriers."
Underline the "faith" part. The "Good Morning America" co-host ...Read more
President Joe Biden hasn't granted an interview to a news outlet since Feb. 10. Some might energetically assert these four months of avoidance ended on June 8, when Biden sat down on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." But absolutely no one should consider this 24-minute sponge bath a news interview. It sounded more like a friendly conversation at the ...Read more
As much as conservatives appreciate the counterbalance of the conservative media, it can be shocking to witness the audacity of liberals pretending that Fox News is enormous and uniquely partisan in nature.
Former Barack Obama spin artist Dan Pfeiffer wrote this in one of his regular articles for the glossy left-wing rag Vanity Fair: "The ...Read more
As we march into June, the midterm prospects for the Democrats look very bleak. President Joe Biden's approval ratings are often under 40%, below Donald Trump's numbers at this point, when the TV soothsayers were always predicting "the walls were closing in" on Trump. His presidency would surely self-destruct in 5 seconds.
It's rough enough for...Read more
Fox's cartoon "The Simpsons" just concluded Season 33 on May 22 with a rip-roaring attack on capitalism and how the middle class has been shredded. It starred a singing janitor played by actor Hugh Jackman and a professorial cameo by socialist Robert Reich, who was once Bill Clinton's secretary of labor.
Before we get into details, let's just ...Read more
President Joe Biden's minders have kept their man away from granting interviews -- with reporters who overwhelmingly voted for him. Republicans went on Twitter to mock Biden when he reached 100 days since his last interview on Feb. 10. This is a pattern. Biden sat for just 28 interviews during his first year in office, compared with 168 for ...Read more
Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York and the Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee organized a hearing on May 18 with the provocative title "Revoking Your Rights: The Ongoing Crisis in Abortion Care Access." They and their abortion-advocate expert witnesses warned of a dystopian post-Roe v. Wade landscape. One witness even called it "the coming of...Read more
In the wake of the horrible Buffalo, New York, supermarket shooting, liberal journalists lunged at the opportunity to blame the mass murder on conservative and Republican messengers.
On CNN, S.E. Cupp was especially egregious in accusing the right-wingers of "amplifying" a "white replacement theory," claiming the Democrats expected the influx ...Read more
Mark Esper, President Donald Trump's last confirmed secretary of defense, has been the toast of all the networks this week for his new memoir, starting with the high-profile debut on "60 Minutes" with CBS anchor Norah O'Donnell. Then came CNN and MSNBC and PBS and NPR and Fox News.
That doesn't even count the massive sharing of soundbites from ...Read more
Attention Tim Graham Readers: There Is Language In The 5Th Graf That Some May Find Offensive. Thank You. -- Editor
Celebrities are naturally popular on Twitter, but it's annoying that liberals -- who insist they believe in facts and science and experts and nuance -- demand exactly none of that from celebrities.
A family member asked ...Read more
President Joe Biden can say the craziest things, and we know that the liberal "fact-checkers" are very likely to look the other way.
Some of these fact-mangling gaffes might be called "senior moments." At a Lockheed Martin plant in Alabama on May 3, Biden suggested we were sending missiles to Russia. "Before Russia attacked, we made sure Russia...Read more
The New York Times has been alarmed by the existence of the Fox News Channel since it debuted in 1996. It developed a special fear and loathing of Bill O'Reilly when he hosted the top show in cable news. And now the paper is at it again, attacking Tucker Carlson.
On Sunday and Monday, the Times published almost 20,000 words of "investigative ...Read more
Everyone knows that our "objective" news media treats any journalism on the subject of Hunter Biden as automatically "disinformation." It still sounds like an impeachable offense. The entire topic seemed forbidden, except when he was making the rounds touting his addiction memoir. Publishers Weekly celebrated it as a "courageous self-assessment....Read more
Back in the old days, newspapers assigned reporters to beats such as Congress, the Supreme Court, the Pentagon, and Health and Human Services. Now it seems like the new beats are about covering threats, foreign and domestic -- ideological threats. So, the New York Times has a "climate" department. Michael Bender was recently hired to report on "...Read more
The New York Times sounded a little giddy on the front page of its "Business" section April 21 with the headline "Obama Joins Fight to Curb Online Lies." This spin strongly suggests Barack Obama never lies. He's a valiant warrior against lies.
That came after a badly disguised press release at CNN.com on Obama "urgently throwing himself into ...Read more
The Republican National Committee made a bold decision that the media elites treated like an anti-democratic outrage. The RNC pulled out of the allegedly bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates.
This decision is not an outrage. It's long overdue. The Democrats are allergic to doing any primary debates on Fox News. It's only in the last ...Read more