A Democrat gubernatorial candidate admitted that corporate media serves her party and expressed hope that their bias could propel her to victory.
The University of Pittsburgh is hosting a critical race theory conference in late July, while concealing its related financial activities thanks to an uncommon state open records law.
Why would people believe so-called misinformation? It’s a pivotal question, and the left can’t bring themselves to answer it because it damns them.
The Atlantic, ABC News, Time all saw a more than 50 percent decrease in audience size since summer 2020.
It’s easy to spot who scares the corporate media most. Just look at who they are piling on to destroy.
‘This is an example of government officials trying to pass the blame on the fact that their policies are leading people to not get vaccinated.’
Bias isn’t the problem. It’s when a gaslighting monopolistic media hegemon insists that lies are facts and anyone who questions them is ‘disinformation.’
The Washington Post’s Perry Bacon Jr. says the national press should be more upfront that their mission is less about relaying information and more about protecting voters from themselves.
‘Violence is often deployed, even if counterproductively, on behalf of causes far less consequential than the climate crisis,’ writes Ezra Klein in The New York Times.
The editor then described how corporate media has failed to condemn the targeting of Christians, erroneously referring to the historical period as genocidal.
The Atlantic took a winning business model, the General Interest Prestige Magazine, and voluntarily turned it into a losing one, i.e. a Woke Political Magazine.
Sympathetic responses from outlets like CBS, and the White House’s failure to harshly condemn the communist regime, received backlash from U.S. legislators.
As we should have suspected, forever lockdowns and a reduction in our standard of living are what elite liberals wanted all along.
Chris Bedford slammed the New York Times for calling for children to be exposed to ‘pornography literacy’ and other sexual ideas.
Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway argued that we have given nation-building “a very long try” and it has cost trillions of dollars and thousands of lives.
Joy Reid went on a tirade Wednesday evening with the goal of further discrediting the backlash movement against critical race theory.
NBC and WaPo were very concerned about alleged members of QAnon but somehow failed to capture the true essence of what the demonstration was like.
What we are witnessing today is the culmination of years of independent and conservative media reporting that validates what many people now face in their workplaces and schools.
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