In a terribly unsettled time in American history, there are a few voices on both sides of the political aisle calling for "healing" and "unity." To say that these are desperately needed is an understatement. But merely wishing for it will not make it so.
To use an analogy of bodily illness, just as physical healing is not possible without an ...Read more
Freedom-loving Americans have good reason to treat the national press as the enemy; the press has been relentlessly peddling communist propaganda for the past 100 years and globalist propaganda for at least the past 30.
In the 1930s, The New York Times protected and defended Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, covering up for his crimes and genocide....Read more
The execution and aftermath of the 2020 election are nothing short of shameful. At this writing -- nearly two months after the election on Nov. 3 -- the public still does not have satisfactory answers about what took place during the counting of ballots on election night and the days immediately following. We clearly do not really know ...Read more
Four years ago, just prior to the November election, I wrote an article titled "Hillary Should Have a 'Catholic Problem.'" I started by citing numerous articles in the national press that proclaimed Donald Trump was having difficulty winning over Catholics -- a key voting bloc in any candidate's run for the presidency. In fact, according to Pew ...Read more
As any student of history knows, in matters of politics and the press, that which is not said is as important as that which is.
Often, it is more important.
Oppressive regimes (the former Soviet Union, Cuba, North Korea, China) uniformly exert control over all forms of communication, demanding that the only information disseminated ...Read more
What the Democratic Party pitches as compassion for minorities and the poor is nothing but forced dependence, and now Democrats are seeking to expand their targets.
Theirs is not a message of hope and opportunity but the propaganda of envy and helplessness. "You can't succeed because the deck is stacked against you," they say. "You don't have X...Read more
The past week brought further evidence of how deep and wide the propaganda war is on ordinary Americans. Trump supporters converged on Washington, D.C., last Saturday for the "Million MAGA March." The crowd was enormous, but -- like so much else these days -- it is nearly impossible to get accurate information about how many people were there. ...Read more
What is going on in this country right now is a propaganda war. It has been going on for some time but has now escalated to the point that it threatens the stability of the country. This is not mere media bias; what we are seeing is media manipulation of public opinion and events , tied directly to the political objectives of the ...Read more
At this writing, there is no newly elected president of the United States. And with lawsuits and recounts in the works, it's not clear when we will know that we have one or who it will be.
But a number of conclusions are clear as we watch this latest drama unfold, and they raise deeply serious issues about the political future of this ...Read more
In the last days of the presidential election cycle, Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his surrogates in the media and elsewhere are trying to blame the COVID-19 death toll on President Donald Trump. One recent tweet I saw compared South Korea's death toll -- 461 -- with that of the United States -- 232,000-plus and counting.
South Korea has a ...Read more
The headlines grow more disgusting -- and, frankly, more unbelievable -- with each passing day. Jeffrey Toobin, a columnist for The New Yorker, was suspended earlier this week (and placed on leave from his gig as chief legal analyst for CNN) after he was allegedly observed masturbating during a Zoom call with some of his colleagues from the ...Read more