Washington -- There is a new book out that bids fair to win this year's J. Gordon Coogler Award for The Worst Book of the Year, and remember, the year has just begun. The dreadful effort is "The Ones We've Been Waiting For: How a New Generation of Leaders Will Transform America." Its author is Charlotte Alter. The book takes its dreadful title from a dreadful speech given back in 2008 by presidential candidate Barack Obama, entitled, dreadfully enough, "The Ones We've Been Waiting For.



Teen Vogue continued its streak of misinforming youth about the politics and other issues of the day on Thursday. The liberal magazine dedicated to Gen Z declared in an op-ed, “Trump’s Racism and Islamophobia Should Have Led to His Impeachment,” arguing that “Trump's abuse of power has already devastated millions of lives.”



Former stripper-turned-rap artist Cardi B has been talking about leaving the country in the wake of America’s current standoff with Iran.

 


The liberal media can pipe down now that President Donald Trump’s formidable economy is crushing it following his speech concerning the U.S.-Iran conflict Jan. 8.



Time Magazine is trying to put out the fires of hysteria generated by the death of U.S.-designated Iranian terrorist Qassem Soleimani. Apparently the death of the brutal military leader weighs heavy, especially on the consciences of America’s children, so Time produced a guide for parents who need to talk to their kids about it.



The coverage accorded to formerly-alive IRGC commander Qassem Soleimani by the mainstream media mirrors that given to former Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. That is, reverential to the point of elegy. And as Telemundo shows, a willingness to parrot the regime’s talking points.



Friday’s NBC Nightly News capped an ugly 24 hours for the liberal media after U.S. airstrikes killed Iranian terrorist Qasem Soleimani by doubling down on its bias, flashing outrageous chyrons, and fluffing pillows for the Iranians over the course of nearly 12 minutes of coverage. With help from anchor Lester Holt’s August visit to Tehran, this kowtow came at the expense of the President and supporters of the strike as that side only fetched about two minutes of either direct soundbites or attributions.



Harvey Weinstein accuser and former Charmed actress Rose McGowan, believes the killing of one of Iran’s top commanders Major General Qasem Soleimani is proof that the U.S. has been the terrorist all along. To say the least, the troubled Hollywood actress went on a social media tirade after President Trump ordered the killing of the terrorist regime’s high ranking security and intelligence commander Maj. Gen. Soleimani.

 


Reacting to news Thursday night that top Iranian military Gen. Qassim Soleimani might be among the dead in a U.S. airstrike, The Washington Post continued its streak of showing deep respect to Islamic terrorists, boasting in both a headline and push alert: “Airstrike at Baghdad airport kills Iran’s most revered military leader, Qassem Soleimani, Iraqi state television reports.”



Showing that its Boris Johnson-bashing tradition will be upheld through the British elections December 12 (in which he is currently favored to prevail), Tuesday’s New York Times found a way to use the latest London Bridge terror attack to put Conservative Party Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the defensive in “For Johnson, a Week of Courting Allies and Hosting Sometimes Rivals.” Reporters Mark Landler and Benjamin Mueller checked attacks by Boris Johnson against his left-wing opponents in the Labour Party, especially leader Jeremy Corbyn.



During the six weeks since the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry was announced, the liberal media have tried to help the cause by giving the effort wall-to-wall coverage, blasting the President with 96% negative coverage (even including criticism of his performance after the successful mission against ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi), even as they ignore how Trump’s policies have benefited the record-setting economy.



Only extreme partisans intent on denying President Trump any credit for any success would be critical of the operation he ordered that resulted in the death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. These extreme partisans include Speaker Nancy Pelosi who, while praising the “heroism” of the special unit that conducted the raid on al-Baghdadi's location in Northern Syria, could not bring herself to say anything nice about the president. Instead, she said the House should have been notified in advance.