“Who is a legitimate press organization?” is an important question, but the answer lies in an organization’s transparency and accuracy, not independence.
The press should report this recent controversy with Planned Parenthood accurately and it appears Reuters is in the bag for Planned Parenthood.
Examiner.com fired Shawn Mathis, a Christian Perspectives Examiner, saying his content was not a good fit after he published five articles on gay marriage.
The AP Photo of a gun pointed at Ted Cruz’s head at an event on Saturday is not the finest example of photojournalism, but let’s move on.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart discuss Iowa’s U.S. Senate race, talk to Republican Party of Iowa Co-Chair Cody Hoefert, Ernst’s latest ad, and media bias.
Bob Eschliman is the editor of the Newton Daily News. He is also an outspoken conservative Christian. Yesterday he wrote an article on his personal blog entitled “The deceivers are hard at work.” You can find it here since he has taken his blog down today. Eschliman after quoting Matthew 24:4-14 wrote: No, I’m not […]
In the discussion surrounding the gun debate balance is missing. We must find solutions that address the problem while honoring the constitution.
Some Iowa Republicans are quick to judge A.J. Spiker for what they see as political failures, but are mum on Governor Branstad’s policy failures.
Pat Caddell, former Democratic analyst and pollster, spoke at the 2012 Accuracy in Media Conference where he gave a stinging critique of the American media.
As I wrote yesterday’s post asking people not to over react to the senseless shooting spree in Aurora, CO I knew some would. New York Daily News didn’t disappoint in that regard. In an editorial (yes their editorial, not an individual op/ed) they wrote: The police chief in urora, Colo., said he is confident that […]
One of the best answers, in my opinion, of Saturday night’s debate came after spending almost 15 minutes on contraceptives and grilling the field on how they would address a same sex couple on the issue of protecting the definition of marriage. Newt Gingrich answered: I just want to raise — since we spent this […]
Some miscellany from this weekend and earlier. An atheist realizes media coverage of Evangelicals has been unfair. Michael Spencer – aka “Internet Monk” went home to be with the Lord last week after battling cancer for four months. He was 53. He will be missed. You can read some tributes – here, here and here. […]
Here are some links of interest for your perusal: Times Online (UK): Binyamin Netanyahu humiliated after Barack Obama ‘dumped him for dinner’ (HT: Kim Priestap) – can we say foreign policy failure? WSJ: ObamaCare Day One – companies, you know the job makers, are already warning about higher health-care costs. Michelle Malkin: How the Left […]
I’m not even going to comment on their story as they certainly have a right to their opinion (it certainly isn’t news), as misguided as it is. The Newsweek cover is over the top though. They couldn’t find any other picture to use? For Runner’s World it’s appropriate, for Newsweek it’s not. It is beyond […]
The week seems to be going by fast here are some recommended links for today. All American Blogger: Tell Me Again There Is No Media Bias Josh Painter: Fact checking CNN’s fact checking Wintery Knight: UK Set to release 30 high-risk terrorists in order to appease future terrorists (history repeating itself) Rob Harrison has two […]
The White House posted President Obama’s speech to students yesterday, you can watch it below and read the transcript here. Yes, the speech was innocuous. I suspected it would be. I wasn’t afraid that he was going to promote socialism or the like. The only thing within his speech that I objected to was when […]