NYT Jumps on 'Cyberbully' Trump, Skips Obama Hitting Private Citizens

December 9th, 2016 10:32 AM
The front of Friday’s New York Times featured Michael Shear's interview with Chuck Jones, the now-famous president of Indiana United Steelworkers Local 1999, who came under withering attack by president-elect Donald Trump on Twitter on Wednesday night, after claiming that “Trump lied his ass off” about how many U.S. jobs Trump’s Carrier move would actually save. The…
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Kathleen Parker: Ted Cruz ‘Obviously’ Will Not Become President

March 29th, 2015 3:29 PM
Appearing on Fox News’ MediaBuzz on Sunday, Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker demonstrated a complete 180 degree change of heart surrounding Senator Ted Cruz’ presidential prospects. At first, Parker argued that “he’s obviously not going to win the presidency” before insisting that when it comes to Cruz “the Washington media are really out of touch with…

Juan Williams, Fresh From Lib Journos' Private Meeting With President

November 24th, 2013 10:11 PM
On Thurday, Fox News "analyst" Juan Williams and several other liberal journalists met privately and off the record with President Obama. On Fox News Sunday, Williams went into what apparently are the administration's internal (and perhaps becoming external) talking points about the policy trainwrecks HealthCare.gov and Obamacare in general have become. They are that the…

Fortune Magazine Columnist: 'Hard Right' Tea Party Full of 'Obstinate

September 10th, 2013 6:46 PM
In 2004, Boston Globe reporter Nina Easton praised George W. Bush’s performance in the third presidential debate: “For a long time, they've ridden that tired horse of calling Kerry a liberal from Massachusetts and out of the mainstream, which doesn't, I don't think, play that well to swing voters.” But in 2013, Nina Easton of Fortune magazine deeply adores…

Hume Excoriates NPR’s ‘Howling Double Standard’ and Intolerance

October 24th, 2010 4:51 PM
On Fox News Sunday, Brit Hume condemned NPR for its “howling double standard” in firing Juan Williams for expressing an opinion, a standard “manifestly not being applied to other NPR people.” He forwarded the theory that “in the culture of NPR, appearing on Fox is a sin” and “for an African-American man” to “be kind of a Bill Cosby liberal,…

IBD Rips 'Mob Rule from SEIU'; Media Virtually AWOL

May 25th, 2010 3:32 PM
Investors Business Daily called attention to an alarming story that goes back to Sunday, May 16 in a Monday evening editorial. A protest noticed by the target's next-door neighbor who happened to be home at the time, namely journalist Nina Easton (who also took the photo at right), occurred in a Metro DC suburb in Maryland marked the next round of a national labor union's attempt at persuasion…

Krauthammer: Pending Climate Change Legislation a 'Dead Parrot

November 27th, 2009 12:34 AM
After the U.S. House of Representatives passed cap-and-trade legislation earlier this year by a thin seven-vote margin earlier this year, the possibility that it could become law seemed like it was a real one. But after the dust settled some, the White House shifted its focused to so-called health care reform. And additionally, leaked emails surrounding the recent event known ClimateGate have…

WaPo Business Columnist Tells David Gregory Taxes Are Going Up

April 19th, 2009 2:29 PM
As Tea Parties ensued from coast to coast last week, the Obama administration and their media minions depicted attendees as not understanding that the new president has decreed taxes will be going down for 95 percent of Americans.On Sunday's "Meet the Press," Washington Post business columnist Steven Pearlstein let the cat out of the bag: Tea Partiers are right. Taxes are going up.This…

Fox News Panelists Excoriate NYT's 'Mortgage Bonfire' Hit Piece on Bus

December 23rd, 2008 10:14 AM
The roundtable on Monday night's Special Report with Brit Hume on FNC was not kind to the New York Times's hit piece on Sunday's front page that blamed President Bush and only Bush for the mortgage meltdown, ignoring the Democrats in Congress who protected the irresponsible push for more "affordable housing" by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (as Times Watch noted yesterday). Nina Easton,…

TV Journalists Relieved Obama 'Masterpiece' Took on McCain

August 29th, 2008 5:48 AM
Television journalists were nearly uniformly enthralled with Barack Obama's Thursday night acceptance speech, relieved he showed the toughness to take on John McCain directly, unlike, in their world view, all too-soft past Democratic nominees. Only FNC offered a contrarian view or mentioned the word “liberal” while David Gergen on CNN trumpeted the address as a “symphony” and a “masterpiece” with…