The Washington Post’s attacks on President Donald Trump are getting out of hand. The Post hypocritically bashed Trump for taking this winter storm Stella seriously just hours after the newspaper hyped the storm itself, according to tweets captured by Cameron Gray, a writer for NRA News, on March 14.
Shooting President Trump in a recent music video wasn’t Snoop Dogg’s first anti-Trump performance. The hip hop icon released a new music video on March 12 in which he depicted himself assassinating Donald Trump. However, this was just his latest attack against President Donald Trump.
While the liberal broadcast networks continually fail to expose left-wing billionaire George Soros’ connections, Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly spent several minutes discussing the billionaire’s donations.
Left-wing women are organizing a strike for March 8, in order to prove their worth and the importance of liberal policy. The Day Without a Woman strike is the latest event pushed by organizers of the post-inauguration Women’s March.
More than 300 scientists, engineers and meteorologists, led by MIT Meteorology professor Dr. Richard Lindzen, signed a petition asking President Trump to “withdraw from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)” on Feb. 23, 2017. But ABC, CBS and NBC morning and evening news shows never once mentioned the letter between Feb. 23 and March 1.
Leonardo DiCaprio claims to care about the Earth. He also blames mankind for the threat of climate change. But he’s unwilling to let his passion for the planet get in the way of his Oscar preening.
While the media have obsessively covered the Women’s March, not many have exposed its liberal backing. Bill O’Reilly was a key exception, citing Media Research Center statistics in the process.
Donald Trump had been president for mere hours and liberal groups were already advocating his impeachment.
ImpeachDonaldTrumpNow.org, a website run by Free Speech for People (FSFP) and RootsAction, went live the moment Trump took the oath of office, according to The Washington Post on Jan. 20. The website claimed that Trump violated the Constitution by refusing “to divest from his business interests.”
Will New York Times columnist Paul Krugman ever recover from Donald Trump’s election?
In his Times column published on Inauguration Day 2017, Krugman lashed out desperately at President-elect Trump and his associates, calling him an “insecure, short-attention-span egomaniac” whose “administration would be blatantly corrupt.”
Featuring climate change films is no longer enough for Sundance. This year, there’s a whole category dedicated to environmental propaganda. Even eco-porn. “For the first time in the history of the festival, Sundance is spotlighting more than a dozen films under one theme with its new Climate Program,” including a hardcore porno with all the sex scenes removed, The Hollywood Reporter wrote on Jan. 18.
After the election of Donald Trump, liberal groups are banding together to document hate crimes. At least ones that impact liberal victim groups. ProPublica, a left-wing nonprofit media outlet funded by George Soros, just launched a brand new project called “Documenting Hate.”
Two months after Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election, the Clinton Global Initiative -- the “networking” arm of the Clinton Foundation -- is shutting down.
Calling Buzzfeed stories “journalism” is “like calling dog food filet mignon,” MRC Vice President of Business and Culture Dan Gainor said on Wednesday.
It’s no secret that many Americans will not be happy on Inauguration Day 2017.
On Jan. 21, the day after President-elect Donald Trump is sworn into office, tens of thousands of women plan to descend on Washington to “send a bold message” that (in the words of Hillary Clinton) “women’s rights are human rights.”
The left-leaning Rockefeller Foundation just got a leader who served under one of the most liberal presidents of the United States. The Rockefeller Foundation chose former Obama official Rajiv Shah to be its next president, according to a Jan. 4 The New York Times report. Lefty organizations like the Natural Resources Defense Council have received funding from the Rockefeller Foundation.
Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and the media are not having Trump’s Twitter habits. On Jan. 4, 2017, MRC Vice President of Business and Culture, Dan Gainor, appeared on Intelligence Report to discuss Democrat Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s fear that President Elect Trump will spend too much time tweeting while in office.
In the coming year, George Soros plans to donate $10 million to groups “contending with incidents of hate” toward “persecuted populations.” Additionally, Soros’ Open Society Foundations will maintain a searchable database of these acts. However, OSF does not define what qualifies as “hate” or who it considers to be “persecuted.”
Liberal environmental activists got an early Christmas present when President Obama banned offshore drilling along large portions of the Arctic and East Coast in late December, and liberal nonprofit media are celebrating.
The media “crusade” against Trump’s use of Twitter because “they’ve decided that it’s a threat — not to the American public, but to them,” MRC’s Dan Gainor said on Fox Business Network.
Since comedian John Oliver recommended people donate to the liberal journalism site ProPublica, donations have been pouring in, according to The New York Times. The Times also reported that nonprofit journalism in general has seen a spike in donations (especially small ones) since Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States.