As a member of The Daily Signal team, I took offense to The Washington Post’s recent questioning of our “legitimacy” as a news organization. The Washington Post began its story stating that, “In an age of partisan media, the lines between ‘partisan’ and ‘media’ can sometimes blur.” I wonder if the reporter has taken a look at just how partisan some of our country’s media behemoths actually are. Here is a summary of the ownership, lobbying, and political contributions of several of America’s largest media companies.
Netflix’s fourth Marvel series Iron Fist debuted on March 17th to, well, some lackluster reception, and I can’t say that I disagree. With an unfocused storyline, mostly dull characters, and some uninspired fight scenes, there’s barely anything redeemable in all 13 episodes. But the final nail in the coffin for this show would have to be the its swing-and-a-miss at anti-capitalist propaganda.
Univision's advocacy for practically open-borders policy has hit a new low, in its totally one-sided coverage of California's sanctuary state bill, deceptively named the "California Values Act", now working its way through the state legislature.
In early February, Meetup.com, a site which until late January was all about "bring(ing) people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life" by helping people subscribe to common interest groups and organize meetings, joined "the resistance." On Sunday, Steve Peoples at the Associated Press spent 14 paragraphs treating the moves as a brand-new effort, leaving only readers who get to his 15th paragraph to wonder about the financial impact thus far of the company's abandonment of all pretenses of neutrality.
It's official. President Trump has a certifiable heavyweight champion in one of the national media segments that has been most hostile to him: U.S. Spanish-language television.
The need for stronger border security has been validated from the unlikeliest of places: Univision, where a recent news report shows how drugs continue to systematically "pour in" to the country.
Disney chief Bob Iger says there’s no bias at ESPN and ABC News is “extremely fair,” and apparently says it with a straight face. He may even believe it. As the head of a company that believes it appropriate for characters in children’s movies to “explore their sexuality,” Iger’s bound to have a pretty warped perception of things.
Univision receintemente tocó fondo al transmitir un especial que mostró una reconstrucción gráfica del ataque terrorista contra la doscoteca Pulse en Orlando, Florida. Más indignante aún, Univision insistió en transmitir el especial por encima de las peticiones de víctimas la masacre y de sus familiares.
La diatriba con la que Jorge Ramos dio inicio a la edición del 2017 de los Premios Lo Nuestro levantó más interrogantes que respuestas. Y llegó la hora de que uno de los periodista-activistas principales del país responda a estas preguntas.
Univision recently plumbed a new low by airing a crime special that featured a graphic reenactment of the terrorist attack at the Pulse night club in Orlando, Florida. Incredibly, the network aired the special over the pleas and objections of victims, survivors, and surviving loved ones of the atrocity.
Jorge Ramos' tirade at the 2017 edition of Univision's annual entertainment awards show raised more questions than it answered. And the time has come for one of the nation's leading television anchor-activists to answer those questions.
Univision nunca desperdicia una oportunidad para recordarnos que tiene una agenda más allá de la inmigración. La cobertura brindada a un fallo jurídico reciente nos comprueba que el aborto también ocupa un sitial prominente entre las políticas públicas preferidas de Univision.