Before you accept the supposed consensus amplified by a compliant media about chaos and disaster, consider whether the White House’s week was really one of failure or success.
These documents suggest Russia’s attempt to ‘hack’ the 2016 election was hardly just about the election, and that a main target and beneficiary of that effort is the American press.
Chuck Todd had a hard time accepting that Rep. Steve Scalise is unwilling to abandon his principles after being shot on a baseball field for holding those principles.
One might wonder why Jeff Sessions would take the time to say such obvious things, but to judge by the reactions it appears many Americans do indeed need a free speech 101 class.
For those of you who reported on Democrats in 2016, now is the time to confess your sins and ask for absolution. May Hillary take pity on your souls.
A ‘news story’ about an incorrect ACLU statement regarding border patrol checkpoints during Hurricane Harvey illustrates why Americans hate the media.
Explaining a cartoon is kind of like having to explain a joke, but that’s just what is necessary after the president apparently retweeted and then deleted a cartoon.
An analysis shows just how reluctant the media were to jump on the scandalous story, even after Loretta Lynch publicly confirmed a private meeting with the husband of the high-profile woman being investigated.
Proof that Canaanites were not destroyed by Israelites instead confirms Biblical passages.
The press is constantly saying this president is losing credibility without recognizing it is in the exact same predicament.
President Trump’s critics are ineffective because they are acting impulsively and reactively, driven by habitual reflexes. They have no OODA Loop.
It’s hard to keep putting faith in the media’s reports until reality matches rhetoric.
In the week after each shooting incident, newspapers nationwide ran more than twice as many articles mentioning Rep. Gabrielle Giffords as they have Rep. Steve Scalise, according to Lexis Nexis’s news database.
Did the same media that condemned Republicans for allegedly inspiring the Gabby Giffords shooting condemn today’s hysterical anti-Trump climate? Of course not.
In its first editorial following Wednesday’s attempted massacre of Republican lawmakers, the New York Times editorial board decided to peddle blatant lies about the nation’s gun laws.
A New York Times editorial blames Republicans for violence against Democrats despite no relationship, and blames Republicans for violence against Republicans when the perpetrator is a progressive activist.
If Megyn Kelly gives Alex Jones a platform to sell his half-baked philosophy, the interview will fail. If she confronts him, she’ll be doing her job.
A network that once strove to be centrist is now openly antagonistic. It will run with the thinnest of scoops for hours to make their case against President Trump.
Another media report casually reveals classified national security information, yet offers no compelling rationale for why it was necessary.
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