Policy makers and journalists in favor of banning guns would have a better shot at being taken seriously if they could speak intelligently about them.
Deeply entrenched Perónism lives on, and its adherents are once again maneuvering to oust a non-Perónist president, as they have twice before since democracy was re-established in the country.
CNN is part of an army of media outlets eagerly exploiting the trauma of these kids for ratings and to push their political end of more gun control.
The freest press in the world is normalizing one of the most terrible regimes on the planet.
Kim Yo Jong’s brother is starving his own people to develop nuclear weapons he’s threatening to use, but you might not know that about her based on these headlines.
Outlets including The New York Times are burying the allegation laid out in the memo that the FBI abused its power to spy on a Trump campaign member.
The paper caved after an hour of criticism on Twitter for the initial State of the Union headline, ‘A call for bipartisanship.’
Reporters are quick to blame President Trump. But there’s a mountain of bad reporting in recent years that says otherwise.
Media need to pay better attention to reality instead of getting routinely duped by multiple sources peddling false information.
Did the Washington Post omit significant information about the people behind both the Russian dossier and the Clinton campaign’s opposition research?
If there’s a major news story that journalists have botched more over the past 70 years than the Russia ‘collusion’ story, I’d love to hear about it.
‘I have to watch my descriptors here because I don’t want to say anything physically insulting but she is, um, you know, she provides a, uh, barrier, essentially, between the American public and White House.’
Liberals aren’t peddling typical political euphemisms. They are corroding language, and we shouldn’t allow it to be normalized.
Today, The New York Times editorial board took over the paper’s opinion Twitter account and became a proxy for the Democratic Party.
Vice President Mike Pence says something that is completely true. The Washington Post factcheckers give him three Pinocchios for his troubles.
On Alabama’s Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore, don’t let your healthy skepticism transform into tribal denialism.
Those who immediately dismiss the Fusion GPS story only reveal that they were never serious about the Russian interference to begin with.
There should be no drug czar. But that doesn’t make the exposé by ’60 Minutes’ and The Washington Post any less simplistic or misleading.
Political theater or not, DACA is probably unconstitutional. Something the pretend-defenders of law and order might want to remember.
The media is determined to blame Houston’s urban developers for the hurricane’s devastation. That isn’t correct—in fact, it’s blatantly unfair.
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