Federalist Co-founder and Publisher Ben Domenech warned Wednesday that NBC News’ recent attempt to demonetize the publication is a warning of what is to come.
Senior Editor Chris Bedford charged Google with employing a double standard Wednesday after threatening to ban The Federalist from profiting off ads.
“This is part of a bigger problem. The culture of free speech in this country is under attack, and Google is helping lead the charge,” Sen. Cruz wrote.
If current trends continue, the New York Times as an institution will have serious blind spots that will lead its journalism astray in innumerable ways.
Media moguls are resigning at a head-spinning rate, an irrational reaction that’s setting impossible standards and ceding immense power to an unreasonable group of fringe ideologues.
The WHCA proved again it values resistance activism over honest reporting Tuesday after it bestowed a prestigious honor upon PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor.
At a press conference Tuesday, New York City Police Union Boss Mike O’Meara blasted politicians and the media for its depiction of police officers in recent weeks.
While it is understandable that conservatives find amusement in the New York Times folding to the social justice mob, make no mistake: We are not winning this battle.
One week after branding Trump’s visit to a historic church as a dictatorial photo op, legacy media lavishes praise of Democratic photo op.
Some of the most colorful descriptions of the violence facing police officers at Lafayette Square were clumsily spliced out of the middle of Barr’s answers to questions.
New York Times editorial page editor, James Bennet, stepped down from his role at the paper following backlash from publishing an op-ed from a U.S. senator.
A full video of the president’s speech makes it clear he was referring to equal treatment by law enforcement, but media claim he said George Floyd would be happy about the jobs report.
Cotton is right that The New York Times editorial pages previously published opinions and authors of a much lower standard, even ‘drivel’ you could say.
Violence directed at cops is being ignored, and innocent victims aren’t having their stories told when it won’t fit the media’s narrative. It has to end.
Sometime in the last decade, when these narrow-minded leftists hit critical mass inside and outside academia, their abstract argument that anti-progressive speech is tantamount to bigotry and violence became an unstoppable force.
At the New York Times the progressive lunatics are running the asylum.
After Cottton condemned their actions as empty and harmful, he called for federal support of local law enforcement to stop the recklessness.
“Public display” doesn’t sound as nefarious as “photo op.” “Partially violent” doesn’t sound as sympathetic as “peaceful.” And “irritant” doesn’t pack the powerful punch of “tear gas.”
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