With Biased Duo Joe and Mika Absent 'Morning Joe' Still Ripping on GOP
MSNBC’s Morning Joe is a show where all of the conversations are typically dominated by main host Joe Scarborough and co-host Mika Brzezinski. Viewers who actually possess some form of sanity are usually subjected to the two hosts constantly ranting, complaining, and crying wolf on the GOP. In general, those poor people who tune in just mainly see the hosts filling their time slot by being…
Ruhle Suggests Civil War Never Ended, Wonders How 'Sick' is America
The fact that some Americans do not agree with MSNBC The 11th Hour host Stephanie Ruhle led her to ask presidential historian Douglas Brinkley just how “sick and divided” America is. With no sense of irony, while lamenting these divisions, Ruhle suggested the Civil War never ended.
CBS Laments GOP Remains in 'Lockstep' with NRA
As the National Rifle Association holds its convention in Houston, CBS Saturday Morning lamented that Republicans “remain in lockstep with” with the organization and decried the partisanship showed at the convention, but of course they only meant Republican partisanship. Accusing people of killing children is just the other perspective for CBS.
10 Years Ago: MSNBC Was ‘Uncomfortable’ Calling the Fallen 'Heroes'
It was exactly eight years ago, Memorial Day weekend 2012, that MSNBC's Chris Hayes admitted he was “uncomfortable” calling fallen military members “heroes.” Appearing on his weekend show Up With Chris Hayes, the host attempted to explain why the word hero bothers him so.
CNN's Costas Misleadingly Compares Gun Control To Traffic Laws
I’m beginning to think the liberal media doesn’t understand what “bipartisanship” means. At least Bob Costas seems to have some trouble with the term, as his Friday morning interview on CNN’s New Day veered off from a fairly grounded discussion of much of the professional sports world’s advocacy for gun control into a string of misleading analogies that were heavy on the feelings but…
NYT: For GOP, ‘Individual Rights Trump' Society, 'Regardless of Cost'
After an 18-year-old killer massacred 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday, the New York Times geared up for another attempt at federal gun control, under the name of “gun safety,” even while admitting deep into its coverage that long-desired Democratic proposals would probably not have prevented the massacre. Reporters…
CNN's Tapper Allows for Some 'Sober, Serious Firearms Journalism'
In the anti-gun hurricane that has been the liberal media’s response to the tragic Texas school shooting all week, including calls for sweeping bans on everything from rifles to handguns to shotguns, the eye of that storm seemed to pass over CNN’s The Lead on Thursday as anchor Jake Tapper brought on the founder of The Reload (the home for “sober, serious firearms journalism”) former…
NewsBusters Podcast: Fact-Checking the Left’s Shameful Lies on Guns
NewsBusters deputy managing editor Nick Fondacaro and I assumed the helm for Friday’s show and, following a heavy week for the country following Tuesday’s deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, we spent the episode doing a deep dive on the various liberal media narratives that immediately came to the surface.
CNN Runs Misleading Pro-Gun Control Fact Check of Abbott
While attempting to fact check Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday on his claim that there is no correlation between gun laws and gun deaths, CNN Newsroom host Alisyn Camerota failed to not only consider what Abbott actually said, but cherry-picked her statistics in an attempt to prove him wrong.
Go Figure: Sky News Leftist Who Battled Cruz on Guns Has Some Issues
Sky News reporter Mark Stone has gone viral this week for his combative interview with Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) attempting to shame him for refusing to endorse mass gun control measures (so, like those back in Europe). Between Thursday night and Friday morning, the confrontation was trumpeted on ABC, NBC, CNN, and MSNBC with Stone trashing “American exceptionalism” as “so awful.” However, …
Late Night Hosts Get Confused By The Concept of Doors
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, and Seth Meyers used their Thursday show to inform the world that they do not know how doors work as they were responding to a suggestion from Sen. Ted Cruz to limit the number of entrances on school premises in the aftermath of the mass shooting in Uvalde.
CBS Anti-NRA, 'Assault Rifles' Narrative Upended by Its Own Reporter
CBS chief political analyst John Dickerson had the tough job of breaking some bad news to the cast of CBS Mornings on Friday as he informed them that the reason why there won’t be an assault weapons ban after Uvalde is because nobody agrees on what an assault weapon even is. Nor is the NRA responsible for the lack of gun control, rather Republican members of Congress are simply…
Another Big Story the Press Missed
WASHINGTON -- The day after Robby Mook, the head of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign for the presidency, implicated her at the top of a conspiracy to link Donald Trump in 2016 with a Russian bank, I could find no mention of it in the leading newspapers of the Republic, save The Wall Street Journal. The Journal covered Mook's testimony in a federal courtroom quite well.
Column: 'The Simpsons' Rails Against Capitalism
Fox’s cartoon The Simpsons just concluded Season 33 on May 22 with a rip-roaring attack on capitalism and how the middle class has been shredded. It starred a singing janitor played by actor Hugh Jackman and a professorial cameo by socialist Robert Reich, who was once Bill Clinton’s Secretary of Labor.