After reading the latest installment in the ‘my husband disappoints me’ genre in The New York Times last weekend — this one penned by a clinical psychologist — I’d say we have a trend.
How can you claim to be a Christian, let alone a Christian minister, while denying one essential element after another of Jesus’ own life and teaching? Either Jesus is a liar or she is.
Perhaps Haberman believes ‘Edelweiss’ in the modern world is a symbol of a fictional television takeover by Nazis. That’s the only explanation I can come up with.
Progressive groups want ‘corporate America to blacklist senior people in the Trump administration.’ By this standard, a long list of American leaders will have to be ‘canceled’ too.
Sen. Ben Sasse’s bill merely requires a medical team to treat a survivor of abortion the same as Jen Gunter’s doctors treated her three premature babies.
The Times is somewhere between misleading by omission and outright lying to their readers about the threats posed by lack of border security.
The New York Times decided to do a profile on the racist Black Hebrew Israelites this week that opens: ‘They are sidewalk ministers who use confrontation as their gospel.’
When Chinese President Xi Jinping’s autocracy asks Western companies to jump, the response is usually, ‘How high?’
The question of whether the situation at the border is an emergency is probably more of a political issue for the first two branches of government than a legal issue for the third branch.
Ilhan Omar has tweeted, ‘Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.’ The New York Times didn’t see fit to discuss that in its profile.
Shame on The New York Times for printing this unsupported and irresponsible speculation. This kind of journalism is doing real harm to our democracy.
Following Michael Cohen’s surprise guilty plea, the media and critics of the president wasted no time pushing collusion narratives, conspiracy theories, and outright falsehoods.
Intending to paint Jeff Sessions negatively, the Times accidentally paints a diligent and effective agency head who is achieving results over the objections of a large, entrenched, and politically extreme bureaucracy.
Inadequate—and blameworthy—are expressions of sympathy for the abused that disguise the elephant in the rectory. The first responsibility is to call things by their right name.
There are only two flaws with antagonistic lawyer Michael Avenatti’s argument for indicting President Trump: It has no basis in fact, and it has no basis in law.
No other group—not Hispanics, Muslims, or anyone else—have faced what black Americans have. Race in America is not about people of color. It’s about black people.
We’re all breathing emotionally polluted air, and that exposure may not be healthy, especially for children. Let them be kids while they still can.
To understand where Sarah Jeong came from, look to the tax-funded activist departments within Western universities, which teach what Jeong preaches.
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