FACT-CHECK: MSNBC Host Omits Key Detail on Minimum Wage Study
On Sunday’s Weekends with Alex Witt, MSNBC host Alex Witt tag-teamed with New School professor of economics and urban policy and Institute On Race and Political Economy director Darrick Hamilton to eagerly promote Joe Biden’s economic agenda without a real grasp of the facts and some smokescreens. While discussing Biden’s proposal to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour, Witt…
For Trump: What Might Have Been
“For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, ‘It might have been’.” — John Greenleaf Whittier. There are many things beyond human control, among them, when and where you were born and who your parents are. As President Trump leaves office, he will have time, but perhaps not much time given that his enemies seek to destroy his businesses and his chance for running again for any…
'Marshmallow Media’: CBS Defends Job-Killing Hike in Wages
CBS News has become a propaganda arm for President-elect Joe Biden administration’s leftist economic plans to prop up his image. It threw more than 1 million workers under the bus to make Biden look good.
Biden Adviser to MSNBC’s Ruhle: ‘Thank You for Your Advocacy’
In the midst of MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle helping sell Joe Biden’s proposed massive $2 trillion COVID relief package, one of the President-Elect’s economic advisers, Jared Bernstein, took time to thank the compliant host for her “help” and “advocacy.” Ruhle happily took the “compliment” and promised to continue being a Democratic spokesperson.
Morning Joe Yearns for ‘Big Government’ Socialism
Near the end of MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Thursday, co-host Joe Scarborough eagerly welcomed far-left author Kurt Andersen on the show to whine about working-class voters backing Republicans, scold Democrats for supposedly not being radical enough on economic policy, and demand that the incoming Biden administration exploit the coronavirus pandemic to force “big government” socialism on…
Businesses That Went Woke After Capitol Riot, Downplayed Floyd Riots
Corporate America was approvingly woke when leftist Antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists rioted for several months. But businesses feign righteous indignation when people from the other side of the political aisle decide to engage in the same dangerous tactics for a day.
Conservative Leaders: Tech Companies Pose Existential Threat
Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell and more than 30 conservative leaders issued a statement Monday calling for the breakup of Big Tech companies including Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple after their sweeping acts of censorship against conservatives and President Donald Trump this past week.
Forbes Magazine Threatens Companies That Hire Trump Officials
Forbes magazine abandoned any illusion of its free-market stance by issuing a threat to any company that chooses to hire some individuals who worked for President Donald Trump.
WashPost’s Milbank Pushes Harebrained Smear Against Trump Budget Chief
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank published a babbling op-ed smearing Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Director Russ Vought.
Defund the Police Group Donor Named ‘Philanthropist of the Year’
Supporting a leftist group that advocates defunding the police apparently wasn’t a red flag for liberal outlet Inside Philanthropy’s (IP) “Philanthropist of the Year” award.
Solomon: Biden ‘Endlessly’ Assailed Trump Economy He Benefited From
Just the News Editor in Chief John Solomon didn’t let former Vice President Joe Biden get away with attacking the Trump economy, especially since several members of Team Biden have made millions from it.
REWIND: The Media’s Four-Year War Against the Trump Presidency
While every President has their critics in the press, the Trump presidency has been unique in that a massive percentage of the media — hosts, columnists, commentators, contributors, anchors and working reporters — openly mock and disparage the President of the United States, often to the cheers of their brethren.
Stossel Column: 2020’s Good News
Was 2020 the worst year ever? The media keep saying that. We did have the pandemic, a bitter election, unemployment, riots and a soaring national debt. But wait, look at the good news, says historian Johan Norberg. His new book, "Open: The Story of Human Progress," points out how life keeps getting better, even if people just don't realize it. 2020 was "the best year in human history to…