“Who is a legitimate press organization?” is an important question, but the answer lies in an organization’s transparency and accuracy, not independence.
Terry Schilling of American Principles Project offers a challenge to the media: cover the March for Life like they did the Women’s March on Washington.
Trust in the mainstream media has sunk to a new low and complaints about being shut out at Donald Trump’s steak dinner with family is an example of why.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry discussed his preparations for a potential presidential bid in 2016 and a personal email sent by a new staff member in 2011.
Brian Myers: The media has not changed in their inability to be unbiased and properly vet all candidates not just conservative ones they disagree with.
Only media outlets are making a big deal out of Joni Ernst snubbing the Des Moines Register. This news won’t be a factor in Iowa’s U.S. Senate race.
Canadian Journalist, Brian Lilley, says the mainstream media are misplacing the blame on a movie and lying about the true reason behind the Muslim riots.
During one of the breakout sessions at RightOnline Jim Hoft who writes at the uber-popular blog, The Gateway Pundit, went after the failure of the mainstream media of telling the truth. Duane Lester who writes at All American Blogger captured the moment on video. Here’s the video:
Headline brought to you by the Redundant Department of Redundancy. I remember reading a Liberal Mainstream Media (there’s that redundancy again) report concerning the TEA Party and how “nearly forty percent” hail from “The South” and how horrible that is! The South is taking over the nation! Run for the hills cities! We should discount […]
Miscellany on steroids from the last couple of days: CBS: Obama Admin: Cap And Trade Could Cost Families $1,761 A Year Steve Laughlin: Republicans and Health Care (a well deserved rebuke) Motor City Times: When Is Obama Going To Give The “This Is Not The ACORN” I Knew Speech? Hot Air Green Room: ACORN audit […]
1. Human Events: The Engagement Riff by Herbert London When spokesmen for the Obama administration are asked to comment on various aspects of foreign policy, they invariably resort to an incantation which begins and ends with reference to engagement. “We are engaged in discussions…” are the first five words employed in every area of foreign […]
1. Last week over 1,000 Anglican leaders met in Jerusalem to discuss the future of the Anglican Communion. They specifically addressed decisions made (in particular) by the Episcopal Church (U.S.A.) and the Anglican Church of Canada that have abandoned scripture. Their response can be read in this document. HT: Matt Proctor 2. Is this an […]