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Krugman Arrogantly Claims ‘Election Deniers’ Are ‘Economy Deniers’
The often wrong but never in doubt New York Times economics columnist Paul Krugman is clearly neck-deep in denial about how bad the Biden economy really is. He whipped out a new catch-all to accuse so-called “election deniers” of also being “economy deniers.”
An Old Debt Carries Over to a New Year
Blessed are the young for they shall inherit the national debt.” – Herbert Hoover. “Rather go to bed without dinner than to rise in debt.” – Benjamin Franklin Eighteen Republican senators voted for the monstrosity known as the $1.7 trillion Omnibus spending bill, thus forever relinquishing their claim to belong to a party committed to less spending, smaller government, and…
Steve Moore Blasts Congress for Insane $1.7T Omnibus Spending Bill
Economist Steve Moore took a blowtorch to Congress’ nutty and enormous spending bill which was passed just as the U.S. continued to reel from a crippling inflation crisis.
Return Your Nobel: Top 4 Worst Paul Krugman Economic Hot Takes of 2022
The past year has been a rough one for the wild hot takes of The New York Times’s phony economics savant Paul Krugman. His ridiculous record on the state of the economy under President Joe Biden makes it hard to see how he still takes himself seriously.
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.
Bloomberg News Co-Founder: Business ‘Thrives Where Abortion’ Protected
Bloomberg News co-founder Matthew Winkler barked that corporate America outperforms where pre-born baby slaughter is defended. Talk about being chronically tone-deaf.
Economist Steve Hanke Takes Jon Stewart to School on Inflation Crisis
A Johns Hopkins University economist wasn’t having any of has-been comedian Jon Stewart’s gaslighting over the true source of America’s inflation crisis: a drastically inflated money supply.
Doocy, Wegmann TORPEDO KJP Over the Left’s Abortion Obsession
In only the fourth White House press briefing this month, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced a litany of questions Tuesday about the left’s fixation on abortion (instead of crime or the economy). As we’ve come to expect, Fox’s Peter Doocy and Real Clear Politics’s Philip Wegmann turned up the heat with Doocy asking if the White House is more concerned about abortions than struggling…
NYT Cries Dems Aren't Praising $1.9T Biden ‘Stimulus’ Before Midterms
The midterm elections are three weeks out and The New York Times is screeching at Democrats for not touting President Joe Biden’s inflationary record of printing $1.9 trillion in government handouts.
Priorities: ABC, CBS Give More Time on January 6, Trump Than Inflation
On Thursday morning, ABC and CBS showed what matters to them most. They combined to have spent more time on the last hearing of the House Select Committee on January 6 and the latest leaks against former President Trump than Americans struggling to make ends meet amid record-high gas prices, soaring food costs, and surging inflation.
NBC Wonders: Are We in a Recession? Who Cares! It’s Tough Out There!
Amid their non-Hurricane Ian coverage on Friday, NBC’s Today and the 3rd Hour of Today returned to a recent liberal media trend in defending the Biden administration by dismissing the reality that the country’s in a recession. This time, they wondered if it “matter[s] when everything you buy everyday is more expensive” and “it doesn’t feel good out there.” Of course, nowhere…
'Positive Spin': Nets Isolate Biden From Blame for Inflation Report
While each took a different approach, the major broadcast networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC worked Wednesday to isolate President Biden from blame for the pitiful August inflation report showing it came out to 8.3 percent (when the predicted number was 8.1 percent) with energy, food, and rent still soaring. Instead, some of them trumpeted Biden’s “positive spin” and that he’s “not worried about”…
FBN, NPR to KJP: Where Has Biden Had to Sacrifice Like Real Americans?
Prior to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre using Thursday afternoon’s breaking news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death to end that day’s briefing, she was asked by reporters from two ends of the political spectrum how President Biden and his family have been affected by record-high inflation and gas prices and whether they’ve cut back on anything. Of course, the stammering, yammering…
Doocy, CBS Reporter Battle Stammering Jean-Pierre on Student Loan Debt
Thanks to President Biden’s seemingly endless vacations, Wednesday marked the first White House press briefing in 15 days and, not surprisingly, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s succinctness didn’t improve. Worst yet, it came as President Biden announced he would forgive $10,000 to $20,000 in student loans for millions of Americans. Sure enough, Fox’s Peter Doocy and Real Clear Politics’s…