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‘Chilling!’ ‘Vile!’ ‘Vicious!’ WashPost Wails After McSally Calls CNN Reporter, ‘Liberal Hack’

January 18, 2020 by

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By Kristine Marsh ~ The only thing the media hates more than a Democrat getting humiliated by the right is when the media gets humiliated by the right. Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) sparked a media meltdown Thursday morning after calling CNN reporter Manu Raju a “liberal hack.” That afternoon, The Washington Post rushed to Raju’s rescue with […]

Fox News Draws Highest Annual Viewership In Channel’s 23-Year History

January 1, 2020 by

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By Randy Hall ~ Primetime ratings for the Fox News Channel reached a new average high of 2.5 million viewers per night in 2019, making it the most-watched network in the slate of basic cable TV programming. That’s not just cable news — it’s number one in all of cable TV. Meanwhile, liberal MSNBC came […]

Vox Admits Trump’s Judicial Appointments More Qualified Than Obama’s

December 27, 2019 by

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By P.J. Gladnick ~ Although Vox senior correspondent Ian Millhiser spent much of his December 19 article (“What Trump has done to the courts, explained”) worrying that “No president in recent memory has done more to change the judiciary than Donald Trump,” he also granted the surprising concession that the judicial appointments have been highly qualified. […]

Britain’s Boris Johnson Boycotts BBC Show Program Over Election Bias

December 18, 2019 by

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By Randy Hall ~ Liberal media bias doesn’t just exist in the United States. Newly reelected British Prime Minister Boris Johnson isn’t going to sit by and just endure the far-left spin of the BBC. Johnson has criticized the BBC’s flagship Today program for unfair reporting as he withdrew several government officials from the radio […]

The Several Meanings Of The Conservative Victory In The UK

December 14, 2019 by

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By Lee Edwards ~ The socialist gamble in Great Britain failed miserably. That’s the main takeaway of the Labour Party’s stunning defeat Thursday in the British general election, with some polls suggesting it has won its fewest seats in Parliament since 1935. The socialists thought they could win a majority in Parliament by leaning far […]

Boris Johnson And Conservatives Win Big In UK Election

December 13, 2019 by

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By Anton Lang ~ The election result is still being finalised in the UK, but the big winner is Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party. Boris Johnson called the election early in the hope that he would win and then be able to proceed with Brexit, the proposal to pull the UK out […]

DOE Should Revive The Office Of Policy Analysis

November 30, 2019 by

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By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ Now that Rick “do nothing” Perry is quitting as U.S. Secretary of Energy, there is an opportunity do do something truly useful. My proposal is to re-establish the Office of Policy Analysis (OPA) in DOE’s massive Office of Science (SC). SC is the world’s biggest funder of physical science and […]