At 3:39 p.m. on Dec. 2, Elon Musk announced he'd release internal documents exposing how Twitter went about heavily suppressing the New York Post and its mid-October 2020 scoops from Hunter Biden's laptop.
Journalist Matt Taibbi began tweeting out documents three hours later, and not surprisingly, there was no time for it on the evening news ...Read more
When National Public Radio appeals for donations, it explains its mission is "to create a more informed public -- one challenged and invigorated by a deeper understanding and appreciation of events, ideas and cultures."
That's fancy talk for one-sided propaganda. NPR listeners aren't "challenged and invigorated" by two sides of a controversial ...Read more
The media excoriate "election deniers," but when it comes to the Bidens, they sound like scandal deniers. Suddenly, the cheerleaders and champions of live prime-time hearings of the Pelosi-picked Jan. 6 panel are scolding Republicans that they shouldn't waste everyone's time and money with hearings on Biden scandals.
Four years ago, Axios was ...Read more
Ben Shapiro was blunt on Twitter. He had discovered "the most sycophantic book review ever written." The book was the second tome from multimillionaire author and advice guru Michelle Obama. The review appeared in The New York Times, from the paper's "Help Desk" columnist Judith Newman. She's "the help," all right.
Ed Morrissey tweeted back to ...Read more
As host of "Fox News Sunday," Chris Wallace used to take pride in the notion of being a tough but fair interviewer. That's not what viewers are seeing on his new CNN show "Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?" Look no further than his latest interview with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
It began with a brief glimpse of the previous Wallace....Read more
The United Nations is one of the most sacred political cows in the liberal media. This is especially true when they convene the global elites on the perils of "climate change." The latest confab in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, began with the usual appeal to fear and panic from U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres, formerly known as the Socialist ...Read more
We have witnessed two years of journalism centered around the notion that the Republican Party was a collective of violent election-denying rioters and Jim Crow segregationists trying to suppress the black vote. Somehow, journalists find it shocking that the country is polarized.
On "Sunday Today," NBC reporter Hallie Jackson announced that ...Read more
We don't have a mainstream media. We have a meathead media.
Actor and director Rob Reiner captured the paranoid style of the press in summarizing the latest nationally televised Republican-smearing speech by our president. "President Biden couldn't have been clearer. These midterms will determine whether we want to preserve our 246 year ...Read more
One of the dominant themes in current liberal messaging is that democracy is endangered by waves of "misinformation" and "conspiracy theories." But aren't liberals occasionally guilty of uncorking wild conspiracy theories that don't turn out to be true?
An obvious sore point is the liberal notion that Donald Trump colluded with the Russian ...Read more
In the closing days of the midterm campaign, liberals and Democrats remain convinced that the right to terminate babies is their, um, saving grace. Naturally, among those leading the charge are Hollywood feminists making propagandistic movies about the righteousness of destroying innocent life.
The news program "CBS Mornings" just performed two...Read more
The liberal New York Times has a popular podcast simply called "The Daily," and unsurprisingly, it airs on nearly 300 taxpayer-funded National Public Radio stations across America. Host Michael Barbaro is so soft-spoken you could argue he is the anti-Limbaugh. But that does not mean he's always calm and reasonable.
On Oct. 20, Barbaro brought ...Read more
The video clips on Twitter reveal debate moderators across America slanting their questions against Republicans and tossing softballs to Democrats. That makes it more scandalous that some Democrats are running away from any debates. Even with the liberal tilt, they can't hack it?
The Democrat poster girl for debate avoidance is Katie Hobbs, who...Read more
Liberals like to think that conservatives are very closed-minded and can't handle listening to an opposing opinion. But whenever "mainstream" journalists start discussing talk radio and how it's "bad for America," you can surmise that they often can't handle the other side.
On Oct. 16, the CBS News show "Sunday Morning" devoted the whole show ...Read more
The so-called Public Broadcasting Service is anything but a "service" to Republicans. Tune in any night of the week. As a whole, Republicans are extremists; Republicans are insurrectionists; and Republicans are terrible, racist, sexist Christians.
On Oct. 11, the "PBS NewsHour" warned all about the threat of right-wing "Christian nationalism" ...Read more
The New York Times is signaling that they're not wild about Joe Biden running for president again. Suddenly, they announced his statements are routinely unfactual. He's a habitual liar. Why is this discovery emerging now?
The online headline of their Oct. 11 story was: "Biden, Storyteller in Chief, Spins Yarns That Often Unravel." The subtitle:...Read more
By now, everyone who follows politics should recognize that the liberal media will deliberately ignore embarrassing gaffes by President Joe Biden, especially if they suggest he's not mentally sharp enough to be the president. Biden asking, "Where's Jackie?" about a congresswoman killed in a car crash two months ago was a TV black hole: nothing ...Read more
Shamelessly liberal NPR Supreme Court reporter Nina Totenberg hit the New York Times Best Seller list with her new book "Dinners with Ruth," celebrating five decades of flouting any notion of media ethics with her pal Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The commercial objective is fairly clear. It's time to cash in with all of the libertine leftists who ...Read more
Thirty-one years ago, a media-anointed secular saint named Anita Hill uncorked some sexual-harassment charges against Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas that she could not substantiate. Thomas called it part of a "high-tech lynching." But Hill, who became a millionaire author and a professor of "social policy, law, and women's studies" at ...Read more
The partisans running the House Jan. 6 committee would like you to believe there's a controversy over an ex-Republican coming out with his own "unauthorized" Jan. 6 book the day before their last scheduled committee hearing. Would your average cynical reporter buy this "going rogue" storyline? Or does it look conveniently designed to put the ...Read more
A long time ago, when Air Supply and Toto were in heavy rotation on the radio, I was an 18-year-old Midwestern Republican kid in braces. So, I was especially outraged when news emerged from tiny McHenry, North Dakota, that 18-year-old Republican kid in braces Cayler Ellingson was run over and killed for his political views.
Shannon Brandt, 41, ...Read more