The Washington Post and New York Times each completely botched a hit piece on the Trump administration in recent weeks, as a result of shirking basic journalism standards.
Netflix produces movies in-house, just like a health-care system provides all of its own care instead of referring to experts outside the network. Then they cheapen the quality.
The Trump administration is taking stock of agreements and treaties that do not serve American interests first.
The party is a shrunken core of holdover urban machine politicians being overtaken by an activist base on the far left.
Barack Obama’s haughty finger-wagging and revisionism reminds us that the Trump presidency is, in big part, a manifestation of his legacy.
‘When it comes to actions taken and attempts to spy on reporters, the Obama administration was very bad. The media didn’t have the same reaction to it that they do to the Trump administration.’
The editorial board’s revision of the history of the Robert Bork hearings reveals a glaring double standard for Republicans and Democrats on the subject of playing by the rules.
From the start, this was a story the media had no interest in covering. Now it is apparent that our political class has no interest in probing it.
The New Yorker’s new blockbuster piece exposing the ‘echo chamber’ conspiracy memo only helps prove the document’s contention.
Democrats intend to make the issue of Trump ‘sabotaging’ Obamacare — possibly in violation of the law — a prime focus of their midterm messaging.
What the media rarely include in their assessment of Trump’s truthfulness is that all presidents lie.
Cassidy wants to consume Senate floor time with a debate and vote on an amendment to benefit not his constituents, but a couple hundred chimpanzees.
The cause of small government is not served by following Barack Obama’s example and asserting dubious new powers for the president’s pen and phone.
Republicans aren’t abandoning their party or surrendering to the Democrats. But neither should they feel compelled to defend the indefensible on Russia.
There’s a big difference between the two.
President Donald Trump’s press conference with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki was unhinged. And so is the Democratic Party’s reaction to it.
One of things we learned from Rod Rosenstein is that there’s still no evidence of ‘collusion.’ But that didn’t stop MSM outlets from finding some anyway.
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