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WashPost: Elvis Medal Of Freedom ‘Ugly Message’ To Black People

November 16, 2018 by

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By Matt Philbin ~ Congratulations to The Washington Post pop music critic Chris Richards, who on Nov. 15 covered himself in glory by earning the Post’s coveted Triple Crown. With one brief piece, Richards earned Angry Liberal of the Week; and Dog Whistle Discerner; and won the “Politicize This!” Challenge. Richards was in a snit because the late […]

Macron’s Insult Doesn’t Even Make Sense

November 16, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Emmanuel Macron attacks Donald Trump: Henry Ergas calls out the hypocrite: Patriotism is… not a virtue one displays in the abstract: there must be something to which one is patriotic. And in the modern world, that is the nation. To be patriotic is, in other words, to love one’s nation. And […]

Trump Is Right: Poor Land Management Is Leading To Bigger California Fires

November 14, 2018 by

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By Jarrett Stepman ~ Another year, another set of deadly fires burning up California. The devastation is heartbreaking. The “Camp Fire” has almost completely obliterated the Northern California town of Paradise. It’s now officially the deadliest fire in California history. Over 40 people have died. This horrific blaze, along with the Woolsey and Hill fires […]

WashPost Sunday Laugh Riot: MSNBC ‘Still Tries To Model Balance’!

November 12, 2018 by

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By Tim Graham ~ On Sundays, the Washington Post Outlook section publishes a feature called “Five Myths” about a subject, where experts try to puncture false impressions. On November 11, the subject was “Cable News,” and the author was University of Virginia professor Nicole Hemmer. Hemmer did a credible job explaining false impressions about Fox […]

Progressives Want To Burn Down Any Institution That Doesn’t Favor Them At The Moment

November 9, 2018 by

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By Jarrett Stepman ~ Sometimes progressives do a great job of becoming caricatures of themselves. The progressive worldview is marked by a tendency to embrace utopian dreams, and a general disregard for tried and true traditions and institutions. Ted Kennedy captured this instinct in 1968 when he said, quoting George Bernard Shaw: “Some men see […]

The NYT’s ‘Needle’ And The Damage Done: ‘People Crying In The Newsroom’ On Election Night 2016

November 8, 2018 by

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By Clay Waters ~ Vanity Fair’s Joe Pompeo had an interesting take Monday on a web-based internet phenomenon that political “junkies” (to coin a phrase) are obsessed with: The New York Times election needle is back, after making a botched debut in 2016:   “Certain Readers May Have a Nervous Reaction’: The New York Times […]

Weak Before Midterms: CBS, NBC Barely Cover Strong Economy Before Election

November 6, 2018 by

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By Julia A Seymour ~ As voters head to the polls this Election Day, one thing on many of their minds is the U.S. economy. They just haven’t seen much of it on the network news. The liberal media know the economy is one of the top issues for voters, yet broadcast network evening shows provided […]