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The Atlantic Crowns ‘Vilified’ Pelosi ‘Most Effective Congressional Leader’ Versus Sexist GOP

March 19, 2018 by


By Clay Waters ~ Peter Beinart, contributing editor at The Atlantic, devoted 1,700 words in the April issue to ludicrously crowning House minority leader and arch-liberal Nancy Pelosi an amazingly effective congressional leader — and dishonestly calling Republicans sexist for daring to oppose her: “The Nancy Pelosi Problem — The first female speaker of the […]

Hillary Clinton’s Bitter Attack In India On Trump Voters Nearly Dies In Darkness

March 16, 2018 by


By Tim Graham ~ Over the weekend, bitter also-ran Hillary Clinton traveled to India to complain about losing to Donald Trump again. The story broke on Monday, but the complaints apparently weren’t jarring enough to disturb the Democrats at the networks. On Tuesday, Washington Post political blogger Aaron Blake reported it as ”incendiary” and “pretty […]

WashPost Throws ‘4 Pinocchios’ At Deputy DNC Chair On Claim Of No Meetings With Farrakhan

March 12, 2018 by


By Tim Graham ~ The Washington Post broke into reporting on Louis Farrakhan and the Democrats on Sunday with a “Fact Checker” column by Glenn Kessler. On page A-4, Kessler gave Rep. Keith Ellison – deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee – a “four Pinocchios” rating for insisting he had no involvement with Farrakhan […]

Press Fails To Disclose 70 Percent California Bullet-Train Cost Overrun

March 10, 2018 by


By Tom Blumer ~ Friday, California’s High-Speed Rail Authority published its draft 2018 Business Plan. Its 800-mile bullet-train project’s estimated cost is now $77.3 billion, up from $64 billion two years ago, and its final completion has been pushed out another four years to 2033. The current estimate is now more than 70 percent above the $45 […]

Progressive Activists Look To Courts To Undermine The Electoral College

March 5, 2018 by


By Jarrett Stepman ~ Having failed to generate enough support to abolish the Electoral College through a constitutional amendment, the institution’s detractors are now looking to the courts to upend it. A new lawsuit, spearheaded by Harvard University law professor Lawrence Lessig and filed in four states, charges that the “winner-take-all” element of how states […]

‘Chappaquiddick’ Film Critic: Mary Jo Was A ‘Me Too’ ‘Victim’ Of The Kennedys

March 1, 2018 by


By Tom Blumer ~ In his Tuesday review of Chappaquiddick, film critic Roger Friedman called Mary Jo Kopechne, who died in July 1969 as a passenger in a car driven by Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy, the “First #MeToo victim of Kennedy Family Money, Power and Corruption.” He also speculated: “The Kennedys … may try to kill this film.” NewsBusters […]

The Schiff Memo Harms Democrats More Than It Helps Them

February 27, 2018 by


By Andrew C McCarthy ~ It confirms that the FBI and the DOJ relied heavily on uncorroborated, third-hand, anonymous sources in their FISA application. Maybe Adam Schiff has more of a sense of humor than I’d have given him credit for. The House Intelligence Committee’s ranking Democrat begins his long-awaited memo – the minority response […]