By Melissa Mullins ~ According to The New York Times, Will Dana, the managing editor who oversaw Rolling Stone’s trumped up UVA gang rape story, is leaving the magazine. Dana began his tenure at Rolling Stone in 1996, and after almost 20 years at the magazine he has decided that “it is time to move on,” […]
By Tim Graham ~ Last year, The Washington Post gave a gay activist named Steven Petrow (pictured) a regular column called “Civilities.” This quickly became a farce, since Petrow was a fan of outing…and Dan Savage. The original conceit was that this gay Mr. Manners was going to explain to the readers how to negotiate […]
By Tim Graham ~ For Sunday’s Washington Post Magazine, humor columnist Gene Weingarten professes he admires Caitlyn Jenner, but is willing to ask “tough but necessary follow-up questions” unlike other journalists. He starts by questioning the “y” in Kaitlyn, which he finds profoundly annoying. Coming in second to that was his disgust that this icon […]
By Jack Coleman ~ Perhaps you’ve seen it — the photo of Noah Galloway, a double-amputee veteran of the Iraq war and crowd-pleasing contestant on Dancing With the Stars, with this caption — “Caitlyn Jenner won the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. The runner up was this guy: Army Veteran Noah Galloway, who lost an arm […]
By Andrew Bolt ~ The Age cheered Labor’s scrapping of the border laws – a disastrous act of “compassion” that cost 1200 lives and $10 billion, and brought over 50,000 people we did not choose and struggle to assimilate. Yet it has the hide to now abuse Abbott for maintaining the policies which ended the […]
By Tom Blumer ~ Time.com’s Zeke Miller tweeted yesterday that a “reporter” asked recently declared presidential candidate Marco Rubio of Florida the following question: “Is 43 old enough to be president?” Meanwhile, two weeks ago, a column at Time.com claimed that Hillary Clinton is “biologically primed to be a leader.” Seriously. Since he either can’t or […]
By Gregory D. Lee ~ Why is it whenever someone who has been in the military commits a crime the media headlines always emphasis that the suspect is a “veteran?” The latest example is Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, the man who allegedly was returned to the U.S. from Turkey after attempting to transit into Syria […]
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