By Curtis Houck ~ Writing on The Washington Post’s Wonkblog early Monday morning, writer Emily Badger bemoaned the June 23 vote by the United Kingdom (U.K.) to leave the European Union (E.U.) as an example of a bad referendum because it gave voters power to decide something that involved “thorny debates we elect government officials […]
By Clay Waters ~ Some of the endless Brexit-result bashing from the New York Times on Saturday got personal. In her “reporter’s notebook,” European culture correspondent Rachel Donadio didn’t hide her contempt for the “open xenophobia” of the Leave side. Also, White House reporters Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Mark Landler sadly revealed just how much […]
By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ After weeks of indecision, ABC decided on May 12 it would renew the Catholic-bashing sitcom The Real O’Neals, loosely based on the childhood of vehement gay sex columnist Dan Savage. But then Noah Galvin, a 22-year-old gay actor playing the fictional version of Savage, gave an interview to […]
By Andrew Bolt ~ Spiked editor Brendan O’Neill says it best about Brexit: The people — ordinary, everyday, working people — are giving the establishment the absolute shits. Democracy is glorious. It’s mankind’s greatest idea. Following this repudiation of the internationalist elites, watch the Left run even harder here in Australia against giving the public […]
By Tim Graham ~ Despite its own embarrassing poll result – that nine out of ten native Americans have no hostility to the Washington Redskins team name – The Washington Post is staunchly standing by its censorious liberal position. On Wednesday, they posted a staff editorial titled “Mr. Snyder’s losing battle with the next generation: […]
By Tom Johnson ~ In 2003, Nation columnist Eric Alterman contended that the “notion of liberal dominance” of the mainstream media was “ridiculous.” Apparently, however, Alterman believes that liberal media bias is an idea whose time has come, at least regarding the presidential campaign. In an essay for the June 20-27 issue of The Nation […]
By Clay Waters ~ After the worst terror attack on U.S. soil since 9-11, New York Times reporter Liz Robbins found time to pity some Muslim high school students in New York City who had their feelings hurt, on the front of Saturday’s edition: “Young New York Muslims, Robbed of a Respite.” That “respite” referred […]
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