Elites in academia, media, and business want more debates over equity. The rest of us just want to feed our families and get along. Those two goals are not compatible in this fraught cultural climate.
‘You can have a successful economy, but if the underpinnings of the culture are being torn apart, I don’t think that society will be very successful.’
The New York Times defended an erroneous anti-Israel map and pro-Palestinian rhetoric used by one of its guest writers this week as “art.”
The time for complaining about the corporate media and shooting down every one of their lies is over. The time for action has come.
Never forget the hell that BLM rained down last summer. And on this one-year anniversary of the Floyd riots that sparked them all, remember how much progress they’ve secured: none.
It’s called ‘the news,’ and here’s how it worked for Arkansas’ Sen. Tom Cotton’s completely plausible theory that COVID-19 came from a Chinese lab.
David Frum is the first prominent journalist to fictionalize the debate over the origins of COVID, but he won’t be the last.
If potato head Brian Stelter finds an elementary masking article to be ‘really thoughtful,’ perhaps an actual potato would be a better cable TV host.
Under the pretext of an investigative profile, the Post smears Sen. Josh Hawley by attacking small-town America, Christians, and the rule of law.
Corporate media’s irresponsible and dishonest ‘reporting’ during the Trump administration had an adverse impact on officials’ decisions—and to tragic effect, testified Chris Miller Wednesday.
These kinds of things aren’t one-offs, they’re how corporate media and the Democratic Party work in tandem to defeat their conservative opponents.
Thanks to the ruling class who insisted lockdown would save lives, that became the conventional wisdom — but as is often the case, the conventional wisdom was wrong.
The New York Times is lying about lines at gas stations, some of which have run out of fuel, after a Russian cybercrime gang attacked the Colonial Pipeline.
Glenn Youngkin’s primary victory comes after misleading and even deliberately false coverage from the New York Times, which began lying about him weeks ago.
‘At his hundred-day mark, Biden is the most liberal president we’ve had — and the public thinks he’s a moderate. That’s a winning strategy to me.’
This is one of the country’s most powerful entertainment news outlets endorsing a celebrity’s argument that obesity should be ‘normalized.’
One of Brianna Keilar’s first CNN monologues claimed ‘Fox is not news, no matter what it calls itself.’ The irony is entirely lost on Keilar, who is simply not an ‘anchor,’ no matter what she calls herself.
Anti-police rage is also endangering Americans: ‘A lot of officers are leaving. We don’t have anybody applying to be officers here, so we are lowering standards to get numbers up.’
In advance of this week’s State of the Union address, Washington Post staffers peppered the public with reasons to blame former President Trump for Joe Biden’s failures.
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