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
Cookies with her likeness and a fawning media can’t cover up strong words from the Guatemalan President, a terrible interview with NBC’s Lester Holt, and an inability to concede that actually visiting the border in the middle of a border crisis might be a good idea. Don’t worry though, she’s going to rebuild Central America… Continue reading A beatdown at the border on Vice President Harris’ first overseas trip
Whether or not America is a racist country shouldn’t be a difficult question, especially when we live in an age where progressives continually repeat the mantra of “systemic racism” and “white supremacy” for everything from police violence to coronavirus. Well, which is it? Is America a racist country? It’s a pretty simple question, but don’t… Continue reading Senator Tim Scott prompts the question that many liberals refuse to fully answer for obvious reasons
The billions we’re spending on ineffective diversity and anti-racism training is just the marketing and public relations campaign before the real dollars start flowing for woke union workers and guaranteed government goods in the name of equity. Is declaring racism a public health crisis the road to socialism the left has been looking for? Anti-racism… Continue reading Cashing in on Anti-Racism
If violence is never justified, it’s never justified. If fomenting violence is wrong, then it’s wrong. If context matters, then it matters. If elections matter, then the way we conduct them matters. If we hope for a peaceful future, we must all acknowledge the rules of the game. I’ll be honest: I find myself rather… Continue reading A few thoughts on the violence at the Capitol, otherwise known as everyone always thinks they’re right
Racist comments? Accusations of sexual harassment? Corruption? Lying? Incompetence? Which candidate did they vote for, again? There’s nothing unusual about choosing the lesser of two evils in politics. For many voters, that’s an uncomfortable choice they’re forced to make almost every election. No candidate is perfect and it’s certainly easy to understand why some voters… Continue reading Trump-hating Biden voters need a reality check on their candidate of choice
I guess the media just completely missed that major story in the run up to the election Less than two weeks after the election, two major announcements from Pfizer and Moderna about two vaccines that are close to twice as effective as their original targets were accompanied by completely upside down coverage from the media… Continue reading Wait, there’s a vaccine coming before the end of the year?