Twitter, Facebook Unite to Aid Google in Upcoming Section 230 Showdown
Facebook and Twitter are coming to Google’s defense in a lawsuit that could have a great impact on content moderation online. Bloomberg Law reported last week that the companies recently filed their own legal briefs in an upcoming case that “could fundamentally change the way the internet works.”
NYT Claims Upcoming SCOTUS Decisions Could Overhaul Online Censorship
The New York Times revealed the major changes that could come to online censorship if the Supreme Court of the United States decides to reform Section 230.
Looking Back at Last 10 Marches for Life & the Media's Collective Yawn
Friday marked the 2023 March for Life on the National Mall on Washington D.C. with hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers to coincide with Sunday’s 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade being argued before the Supreme Court. And, with zero preview coverage Friday morning on the broadcast network news shows, it appears as though this will mark the eighth March for Life in the past 10 years with…
Why the Prevalence of JFK Assassination Conspiracy Theories?
WASHINGTON -- I am engaged in reading a very fine book by my colleague, Paul Kengor. It was written six years ago, so do not feel bad if you missed it. You still have time. It is called “A Pope and a President.” It covers the lives of John Paul II and Ronald Reagan, and, as its coverage is chronological, I just read its treatment of the assassination of President John Kennedy. This will be the…
Fireworks by the Dozen: Here Are the Top WH Briefing Moments of 2022
Inside the White House Briefing Room, 2022 began with more mountain-sized word salads and dodges from Jen Psaki before shifting in May to former MoveOn.org spokeswoman and former MSNBC contributor Karine Jean-Pierre, who made waves for her stunning ineptitude and using her binder as a life raft.
TOP 10: The Worst Of Late Night For 2022
Between calls for gun control, the demise of Roe v. Wade, and the regular news cycle, it was a year where the hosts of late night traded in their jokes for liberal rants, lectures, and other wandering pontifications. So, without further ado, here are the top -- or maybe bottom 10 -- moments of late night 2022.
NYTimes Wails Against Conservative SCOTUS: It's Power-Hungry Too!
New York Times Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak sounded his latest alarm about the dangerously conservative Supreme Court in Tuesday’s paper. The online headline deck: “An ‘Imperial Supreme Court’ Asserts Its Power, Alarming Scholars -- Several new studies document the current court’s distinctive insistence on its dominance and the justices’ willingness to use procedural shortcuts…
CBS’s Crawford Throws Cold Water on Lefty Meltdowns Over SCOTUS Case
Wednesday brought about another Supreme Court hearing and yet another set of liberal meltdowns. CBS Mornings co-host and Democratic donor Gayle King tried to feed that frenzy, but longtime legal correspondent Jan Crawford wasn’t having it and repeatedly called out the zaniness.
ABC Insists SCOTUS Backing Religious Liberty Would Undo Civil Rights
On Monday and Tuesday, ABC’s Good Morning America and World News Tonight covered the Supreme Court case involving a Christian businesswoman being taken to court to force her to create a website for a gay wedding with heavy doses of fear-mongering and scorn. Over three segments, senior national correspondent Terry Moran insisted support for religious liberty would turn back…
Here Were the Dumbest Questions from Biden’s Post-Midterms Presser
President Biden insisted in a Wednesday press conference he would make zero changes after Tuesday’s midterm elections failed to produce a Republican red wave and, during said presser, nine White House reporters took their shot at Biden with some engaging in silly softballs on the fate of his legacy, Donald Trump, affirmative action, and ridding the country of partisanship.
ABC, NBC Lash Out Over Supreme Court Hearing Affirmative Action Case
On Monday morning, in anticipation of the Supreme Court hearing a challenge to Affirmative Action in college admissions, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today lashed out at the five constitutionalist justices and Chief Justice John Roberts for daring to hear the case and possibly strike it down. Despite the court only having five to six judges who consistently uphold the…
SCOTUS TIME? Fifth Circuit Blocks Texas ‘Free Speech’ Law
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has issued a stay that will temporarily prevent a Texas law aimed at protecting free speech online from taking effect.
A Prophecy Comes True on Marriage
In 2015, when a Supreme Court majority ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that “state bans on same-sex marriage and on recognizing same-sex marriages duly performed in other jurisdictions are unconstitutional under the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution,” I wrote that the Court had an obligation to tell us if there were…
NYT's Adam Liptak Still Obsessed: SCOTUS 'Moved Relentlessly to Right'
New York Times Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak made Monday’s front page under the online headline “As New Term Starts, Supreme Court Poised to Resume Rightward Push.” It’s a constant theme for Liptak, closely connected to his parallel obsession, the court’s loss of public legitimacy, which somehow occurred after the left stopped having everything its own way with the addition of…