This time they claimed Trump intentionally tear gassed peaceful protestors for a photo-op last summer, but the official Inspector General report says otherwise. From the origins of coronavirus to the attack on the Capitol, a pattern has emerged: Explosive reporting, written before the facts could possibly be in, inevitably implodes sooner or later. Are claims… Continue reading Media Malpractice: Another Fevered Fantasy Completely Dissipates, Revealing an Unmistakable, Oft-Repeated Pattern of False Reporting
From Fox News to Substack, modern day “journalists” seek out dissenting voices, spy on private conversations, out unacceptable speech, often incorrectly, and call for constant policing of everyone’s speech, but don’t dare call them out on it. New York Times reporter, Taylor Lorenz, is very upset with Tucker Carlson and Fox News. Their crime? Questioning… Continue reading Free speech for them, but none for you, the media mob privileges its own insanities over open dialogue
A new line of argument claims it’s moral relativism to question the credibility of your political opponents in their pursuit of power. The argument misses the point: We are unequivocally against violence, but political surrender isn’t morally acceptable either. In other words, it takes two to de-escalate. In the wake of the violent, some call… Continue reading After the attack on the Capitol, what about “whataboutism”? Is “moral relativism” on the rise in conservative circles?
Incoming President and future leader of the free world, Joe Biden, claims he’s powerless to stop a mad stampede that will surely tear the country even further apart, I thought it was time for healing? Donald Trump has 11 days left in office. This past Thursday he posted a video message officially conceding the election… Continue reading Impeachment and censorship mania strikes again, because nothing says “unity” like persecuting your political opponents
From NSA spying to ridiculous COVID-19 regulations, the modern media displays no skepticism, curiosity, or concern about the exercise of government power The media has always tilted left. Legendary anchors from Morrow to Kronkite had liberal sensibilities, but they also exhibited a deeply held skepticism of authority and saw "speaking truth to power" as one… Continue reading When did the media stop speaking truth to power?