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
A trove of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s emails reveal he was less than truthful in public about concerns over the origin of the virus and the efficacy of masks. Clearly, this is big news, but unfortunately the media shames itself yet again in response, from complete puff pieces on their folk hero to false fact checks. … Continue reading Fauci the Fudger, if not the Fraud
Environmentalists take aim at the mining projects required to obtain the lithium and other minerals required to build electric car batteries. If electric cars are to work, we need lithium, lots of it, 42 times more than we produce today, but buckwheat found in Nevada stands in the way of a critical new mine. The… Continue reading Wait, electric cars are bad now too? Apparently, The New York Times and CNN just discovered electric vehicles don’t run on pixie dust
The experts have been warning of impending doom for two months, even using the phrase, “impending doom,” but cases have remained remarkably stable. Even the Neanderthals in Texas have seen their counts decline after they stopped wearing masks and had 40,000 spectators at a baseball game. What’s going on and why won’t the experts like… Continue reading Coronavirus: Whatever happened to that third, fourth, or whatever wave?
An 18 year old college student’s life is in tatters after using the n-word once three years ago, but the New York Times leaps to the defense of an actor and his wife who’ve lied for years about her heritage and profited from cultural appropriation Cultural appropriation is one of the cardinal sins of our… Continue reading Why aren’t we cancelling Alec Baldwin?
Free speech shouldn’t be up for debate, no single person has all the answers, and forgiveness and grace are essential What to say at the end of a challenging year? A wannabe pundit like myself has a few choices. I can share my predictions for 2021 for those who care: The media will remain obsessed… Continue reading Happy New Year! Three things to think about as we head into 2021
The imminent arrival of a vaccine should be a moment of unity, but still isn’t enough to slow down cherry-picking negative stats to blame Trump and shame Americans In any reasonable world, the arrival of a vaccine as soon as next week would be cause for celebration on both the right and the left. It’s… Continue reading The media’s coronavirus craziness continues unchecked and unconnected to reality
A new study from Johns Hopkins that casts doubt on the death toll is summarily suppressed, indicating exactly how ludicrous it is to provide accurate figures in real-time On November 22, Genevieve Biand, assistant director of the Applied Economics Master’s Degree program at Johns Hopkins, presented research on a webinar that came to a stunning… Continue reading The COVID-19 death counts can’t possibly be accurate
Even the New York Times is now reporting what should be obvious to everyone: Small groups of people, regularly following social distancing, aren’t super spreaders What’s the old adage about a blind squirrel occasionally finding an acorn or a broken clock being right twice a day? Occasionally, even the New York Times gets it right… Continue reading You’re being lied to about small gatherings driving the coronavirus surge
Unraveling the myth that the United States is “undemocratic” because we aren’t ruled by New York and California From Vox.com to the New York Times, liberals are busy lamenting two of the very pillars of our Republic, the Senate and the Electoral College. Imagine if the system was different, they say, Donald Trump would never… Continue reading In our system, states get a vote