Judith Miller Opens Old Iraq War Wounds, and Sheds Some New Light
By Roger Aronoff Friday, April 17, 2015
Judith Miller, formerly of The New York Times, has sparked a fierce reaction from a mainstream media intent on continuing to blame George W. Bush’s “lies” for the Iraq War with her new book, The Story: A Reporter’s Journey. The book has produced a general disgust from a media intent on ignoring important revelations she’s made in this book. Instead the mainstream media have chosen to focus on her alleged agenda-driven reporting leading up to the invasion of Iraq, while for the most part ignoring additional details about how weak the prosecution was against Lewis “Scooter” Libby.VIDEO: Same TMZ reporter approaches Rubio and Hillary
By Dan Calabrese Thursday, April 16, 2015
Apples and oranges here? First, watch the two videos. The Rubio one is just over a minute. The one with Bill Clinton’s Wife is much shorter. (Scroll down for video)Tampa Bay Times knew in advance about gyrocopter landing on Capitol grounds . . .
By Dan Calabrese Thursday, April 16, 2015
The next time someone posts a link from the fraudulent “fact checkers” at PolitiFact, know that their bosses at the Tampa Bay Times - which runs that propaganda web site disguised as objective journalism - observe no limits in their willingness to commit journalistic fraud for their own benefit. And that even includes covering up a crime they know in advance is going to happen so they can get a scoop.Make the Leftist Media the 2016 Issue
By Bruce Walker Sunday, April 12, 2015
The enemy of conservatism in America is the leftist establishment, the leftist-controlled institutions of news, education and entertainment. Take away these big, fat incestuously connected institutions and the left in America is a circus sideshow and nothing else. Democrat “leaders” like Obama, Hillary, Pelosi and Reid are slow witted, mean-spirited, and narrow-minded sock puppets filled by the chubby hands of the leftist establishment.The Cutting Room Floor: Because you know you want to look
By Dan Calabrese Friday, April 10, 2015
Dan and Rob typically spend most days gabbing with each other.
Media Amnesia on Walker and Common Core
By Arthur Christopher Schaper Friday, April 10, 2015
A few months ago, I received the following Eblast (provided in italics) from another PAC supporting a different presidential candidate.
Some of the information is misleading at best, and false to its core at worse:Journalistic Blindspots Exposed at Rolling Stone and Beyond
By Guest Column Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Biased journalists view the world locked into paradigms dominated by their own preconceptions. Often, they and their editors select stories designed to confirm those narratives at the expense of the facts. This is pure punditry masked as reporting.Comedian John Oliver interviews Edward Snowden. ..And it’s pretty fantastic.
By Robert Laurie Monday, April 6, 2015
It’s no secret that I’m fascinated with the Edward Snowden story.AP: A Legacy of Propaganda
By Tabitha Korol Saturday, April 4, 2015
We’ve seen the way the Associated Press skews its commentaries, and this latest approach to delegitimize the State of Israel is to challenge her democratic values amid an expanse of dictatorships. After Benjamin Netanyahu’s re-election to his post of Prime Minister, Dan Perry, AP’s Middle East editor, writes, “with the occupation of the West Bank grinding on toward the half-century mark, and with Netanyahu’s election-week statement that no change is imminent, hard questions arise.” His question and answer are, “Is Israel a democracy? The answer is not so straightforward.”MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell: ‘The Iranians are running circles around the Americans’
By Robert Laurie Thursday, April 2, 2015
It’s always interesting to watch left-wing standard bearers admit the truth about the Obama administration’s failings. Yesterday we heard from Howard Dean. Now, it’s MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell’s turn to pile on.
Drop him like a hot rock
By Sarge Wednesday, April 1, 2015
The New York Times slithered across my consciousness with an editorial showcasing the attitude so prevalent in society today. That would be the one where we’re expected to understand and soothingly caress the fevered brow of people committing the most heinous of crimes. This of course is concerning Bowe Bergdahl.CNN Shines a Light on Ongoing VA Scandal
By Roger Aronoff Friday, March 27, 2015
While the Obama administration may have rearranged the deck chairs on the Titanic, in this case the Department of Veterans Affairs, it is still a sinking disaster. On March 13 President Barack Obama traveled to the Phoenix VA medical center, which CNN’s Anderson Cooper called “ground zero in the scandal, a place where as we reported, at least 40 veterans died while waiting for appointments.” “You know, some things have changed, no doubt about it,” said Cooper on his show. “There has been progress.”HuffPo column: Minorities need a safe place where there are no white people
By Dan Calabrese Monday, March 23, 2015
A little context here. The writer, one Aeman Ansari, is talking about a situation at Ryerson University in which two white student journalists showed up to cover an event organized by something called Racialized Students Collective. The white students were told they had to leave - that no white people were allowed at the event, not even student journalists to cover it.Bad news is good news to the media
By Herman Cain Tuesday, March 17, 2015
When there is no new bad news to report to the public, the media considers it a slow news day or week. That’s when they resort to stretching old stories out with more and more uninteresting details. If they get lucky, they might hit upon a new important piece of information about an existing story that is sucking up media oxygen and attention.CNN Reports: Government that wants to run your healthcare STILL running VA with 6 month wait times
By Robert Laurie Monday, March 16, 2015
Before they’d actually managed to ram ObamaCare down our throats, liberals had one pat answer about the federal government’s healthcare competency. “The government runs the VA,” they said. “If they can do such a good job caring for our veterans, why wouldn’t we want to extend that to everyone?”Page 1 of 152 pages 1 2 3 4 5 6 > Last ›