Last week, the feisty, no-nonsense White House press secretary was the subject of three unflattering—if not egregiously sexist—portrayals from haters on the Left.
If you don’t believe political correctness is a threat to free speech, you haven’t been paying attention.
The Los Angeles Times is refusing to retract bogus claims about Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion made by disgraced columnist Michael Hiltzik.
Because Michael Hiltzik had ‘never heard anything about’ Ohio dumping disabled people from Medicaid thanks to Obamacare’s expansion, he concluded it must be bogus. It’s not.
The Los Angeles Times tries to rewrite history by claiming that the Valdez struck Bligh Reef because the Columbia Glacier had been shedding icebergs.
So David Duke endorses Donald Trump. That’s neither Trump’s fault nor an indictment of him. If it were, Hillary Clinton would have some explaining to do.
Has anyone ever asked Hillary Clinton if the racist, segregationist, and anti-Semite J. William Fulbright was ‘deplorable?’
The Little Sisters of the Poor just beat Obama in court, so why don’t the media want you to know anything about them? Why can’t they mention their name?
The way to fix European refugee problem is to try stabilize the Middle East. Not to import the instability of the Middle East to Europe.
Michael Hiltzik, a scandal-ridden Los Angeles Times columnist who was once sanctioned for e-mail hacking, is really upset that Carly Fiorina beat cancer.
Here’s why high-speed rail is a far worse investment for Californians than desalination plants to alleviate water shortages. But guess which one the politicos prefer.
Recent assertions in the Los Angeles Times that secular family values result in better-adjusted children than believers rest on three fallacies.
Timed perfectly to advance the new Obamacare victory dance, the RAND Corporation claims 9.3 million Americans are newly insured.
A shill will repeat any argument in favor of his cause no matter how ridiculous. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Michael Hiltzik.
Millennials were never taught about putting down roots or exercising loyalty. As conditions worsen, though, they’ll become more receptive to traditions.
Why was horrific violence in The Passion of the Christ condemned by critics but affirmed in 12 Years a Slave?
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