It’s easy to spot who scares the corporate media most. Just look at who they are piling on to destroy.
Bias isn’t the problem. It’s when a gaslighting monopolistic media hegemon insists that lies are facts and anyone who questions them is ‘disinformation.’
‘Violence is often deployed, even if counterproductively, on behalf of causes far less consequential than the climate crisis,’ writes Ezra Klein in The New York Times.
As we should have suspected, forever lockdowns and a reduction in our standard of living are what elite liberals wanted all along.
One Colorado school district is requiring students see the world through a lens of “social justice” and “intersectionality” to graduate.
This is not about banning racists from speaking, but in using representative government to deny them the privilege of receiving taxpayer sinecures to help them pursue America’s collapse.
Single-parent households, whether through divorce or births out of wedlock, are hurting the working class much more than the wealthy people who write essays for the New York Times.
‘On the Fourth of July and every Fourth of July going forward, we’re going to watch that video that The New York Times put together of January 6th,’ McCaskill said on MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe.’
The Times glossed over the fact that the paper has issued major corrections to Hannah-Jones’s 1619 Project.
It was less than 20 years ago that the Coors Light Twins became controversial among conservatives. Now they appear controversial among progressives.
Corporate media outlets picked up the boring story unworthy of national news and turned it into a scandalous narrative about racism.
Like just about every other Western Christian body, as well as the United States, the Southern Baptist Convention is left to squabble over shrinking slices of a dwindling pie.
Marking the depravity of our times, a New York Times columnist recently urged the rich to subvert democracy in an effort to protect abortion on demand.
The New York Times was forced to back down from targeting popular satire website the Babylon Bee after months of smearing it as ‘far-right misinformation.’
Haberman, who has a track record of lying, falsely claimed that former President Donald Trump refused to encourage getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
A member of the New York Times editorial board made the ridiculous claim that she was ‘disturbed’ upon seeing American flags on American soil.
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.
The Babylon Bee demanded the New York Times retract a characterization of the conservative satire site as a ‘far-right misinformation site’ on Friday.
To those residing in metropolitan riot-torn areas, a plastic blue covering with earloops has cemented itself as a symbol of political virtue.
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