By Andrew Bolt ~ Brendan O’Neill on the coup of the media elite: Here in Australia, the recent political coup had two parts: the hidden skulduggery and the public justifications for such skulduggery. It’s only by considering both that … something very interesting – and worrying – starts to emerge: a feeling that former Prime […]
By Tom Johnson ~ No Republican presidential candidate has benefited more than Carly Fiorina from the party’s two debate doubleheaders, and as a result some lefty pundits sought to take her down a peg in their commentary on Wednesday’s Reagan Library events. Besides the blogger who alleged that Fiorina “launch[ed] pure crapola into the stratosphere” […]
By Brad Wilmouth ~ On Friday’s PBS Newshour, during a discussion of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s sagging poll numbers, host Judy Woodruff (pictured) seemed unfazed by Clinton’s incendiary claim that Republicans have similar views toward women as terrorists as she cited the hyperbolic charge as evidence that her campaign may be bouncing back. Woodruff’s suggestion […]
By Clay Waters ~ New York Times reporter Jackie Calmes (pictured) has been playing aggressive defense for Planned Parenthood ever since damning undercover videos were released showing staffers using dehumanizing terms to describe aborted babies, and engaging in possibly illegal activity. On Thursday she took dictation from the abortion provider about its supposed exoneration. In […]
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 […]
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