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Liberal Blogger Blasts Bernie’s ‘Strange,’ ‘Ironic,’ ‘Right-Wing’ Opposition To Philly Tax On Sugary Drinks

April 29, 2016 by

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By Tom Johnson ~ New York magazine’s Jonathan Chait admires Bernie Sanders’s willingness (eagerness?) to raise taxes so as to “finance the kind of social benefits American liberals would prefer.” That’s why Chait is disappointed that Sanders opposes Philadelphia’s proposed three-cents-per-ounce tax on sugar-sweetened drinks, revenue from which would fund citywide pre-kindergarten and other programs. […]

HBO, History Bungling Office

April 24, 2016 by

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By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham ~ HBO should stand for History Bungling Office. Over and over again, they have abused their disclaimer that “This film is a fact-based dramatization.” They re-litigated Al Gore’s 2000  “victory” in Recount. They viciously cartooned Sarah Palin’s vice-presidential candidacy in Game Change. Now they’re smearing Clarence Thomas as a […]

NR’s Rich Lowry Calls Out Media For Salivating Over Trump’s NY Primary Win

April 22, 2016 by

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By Curtis Houck ~ In his Politico column posted on Wednesday, National Review editor-in-chief Rich Lowry mounted a thorough trouncing of the liberal media for their universal gushing over Donald Trump’s win in the New York primary despite the fact that a landslide had long been predicted as a possibility. “The New York primary was […]

Mark Levin Slams ‘Pom Pom Boys And Girls’ At Fox For Trump Hype After New York Win

April 21, 2016 by

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By Tim Graham ~ The Right Scoop reported  (with audio) that Mark Levin opened his show on Wednesday night hitting back at all the election propaganda being spouted by the media and pundits after the New York primary results. He told his national audience that if you’re a registered member of the Conservative Party in […]

Press Ignores Weak U.S. And World Economy’s Impact On Intel’s Layoffs

April 20, 2016 by

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By Tom Blumer ~ In another blow to the U.S. and worldwide economy, chipmaker Intel announced today that it is reducing its worldwide workforce by 12,000 people, a cut of 11 percent. Of course, there are tech-related reasons why the company made the move, most notably the shift by some users to tablets and smartphones, where […]

Blogger: ‘Aggressive A**hole Vote’ Now A Key GOP Bloc, Which Explains Success Of Trump And Cruz

April 18, 2016 by

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By Tom Johnson ~ One demographic group you won’t see mentioned in poll results from Quinnipiac, Monmouth, or pretty much anywhere else is “aggressive a**hole[s].” Nonetheless, according to Washington Monthly blogger Martin Longman, such voters have constituted the key bloc in this year’s Republican presidential primary-and-caucus process. “If you take the electorate and subtract every […]

Everyone On PBS, NPR Agrees: Hillary’s Speaking Fees Won’t Hurt

April 17, 2016 by

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By Tim Graham ~ After a contentious Democratic debate on CNN, with moderator Dana Bash asking HIllary why she won’t release transcripts of her six-figure speeches to Wall  Street firms, the pundits on PBS and NPR agreed: no one will care about this in the fall. On NPR’s All Things Considered, anchor Robert Siegel asked: […]

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