The New York Times, The Atlantic, and an 83-year-old think tank that hasn’t had a hit since the Iraq War are explaining how to succeed in the world they built. That’s the joke right there.
Despite the left’s attempts to taint Trump’s respect for the military using anonymous sources, Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden was the one who actually insulted men and women in the service.
The Atlantic’s article is evocative, but it provides no named sources. Some who were there have disputed the claims on the record. Add one more to the list.
Edward-Isaac Dovere’s false accusation and question join a growing list of recent breakdowns in journalistic standards at the once-storied Atlantic.
“She’s just flatly wrong,” Bolton said, going on to give a timeline of events that culminated in the decision to call off the president’s cemetery visit.
So what exactly did The Atlantic and its legions of friends do wrong here, and why can’t we believe its claims about President Trump’s fallen soldier comments on its face?
Despite conceding that the cancellation due to weather might be true, Jeffrey Goldberg stood by his story about President Trump’s trip to the cemetery.
Fired former National Security Advisor John Bolton debunked The Atlantic’s Trump hit-piece Friday and in his White House memoir.
The timing of the ad raises several questions then, that prompt further skepticism of the anonymously-sourced claims published in The Atlantic Thursday.
Many on the Left do not care much whether Reid is being honest about her blog postings or what her true thoughts on LGBTQ issues are – but they cannot admit it publicly.
Despite having achieved their goal, progressives felt it necessary with a torrent of widely-varying but equally flimsy rationales in support of the firing.
The Left’s terrible fury over Kevin Williamson’s hiring was due to his focus on abortion as the mass taking of human lives and an unwillingness to deny women their share of agency in this morally fraught act.
The Atlantic is taking heat from outside critics as well as from within their own newsroom for hiring National Review’s Kevin Williamson.
Senior Editors David Harsanyi and Mollie Hemingway debate Donald Trump’s surprising performance, the moderators’ odd decisions, and whether town halls are from Satan.
Politico reporter Marc Caputo is very proud of the way he goaded Dan Bongino into yelling at him. The real surprise is that Bongino waited so long.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t need psychoanalysis, she needs lawyers.
Three left-wing columnists have responded to conservative claims that Islamophobia is a myth with factual, tactical, and emotional appeals. None is convincing.
Sarah Palin is a good way to tease out Freudian levels of weirdness. But why are conservative women such a threat? Is it their embrace of life?
Bloomberg Views is accused of pro-life censorship. The proven media bias on abortion is more worrisome.
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