Don Lemon’s contention that a person’s race predisposes him to act violently is unequivocally racist. It’s also easily debunked.
The CNN host condemned violence against Antifa, but excused violence by its members against peaceful demonstrators.
Policy makers and journalists in favor of banning guns would have a better shot at being taken seriously if they could speak intelligently about them.
In the wake of a deadly mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, CNN claimed Sen. Ted Cruz was too afraid to come on the air.
Chris Cuomo grilled Jordan on the Republican memo asserting the FBI potentially abused its power to spy on a Trump campaign associate.
Considering the numerous mistakes and misleading stories CNN has produced over the past several years, you’d think that they’d be a tad less sanctimonious.
If you don’t believe political correctness is a threat to free speech, you haven’t been paying attention.
Inducing some random meme-making troll to grovel and apologize for his wrongthink isn’t journalism.
‘”Fake News” is the worst thing that you could call a journalist. It’s like an ethnic disparagement. We all have these ugly words for people, and that’s the one for journalists.’
Instead of reporting the news, networks are giving Donald Trump a pass on vital policy questions and allowing him to engage in reality show theatrics.
The growing illiberalism we see on college campuses is dangerous. But it’s not unique. The First Amendment has been under assault for years.
Marco Rubio had to patiently explain where babies come from to a deeply confused CNN anchor Chris Cuomo. The results were hilarious.
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