Well Then: Police Say GOPer Isn't Being Investigated After Lefty Claim

February 26th, 2021 4:54 PM

On Friday afternoon, FoxNews.com’s Audrey Conklin torpedoed a claim from Huffington Post reporter Matt Fuller that said Congressman Russ Fulcher (R-ID) was under investigation with Capitol Police for having “manhandled” an African-American female officer at a security checkpoint. Worse yet for Fuller and a few other news outlets, the Capitol Police itself released letter to accompany both…

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Billie Jean King Demands Punishment of Idaho for ‘Anti-Trans' Law

December 23rd, 2020 12:22 PM

LGBT royalty Billie Jean King and Megan Rapinoe are among the 176 women who signed a friend of the court brief demanding the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (aka “Ninth Circus”) overturn Idaho’s law H.B. 500 requiring athletes to compete with the teams of their actual gender.

NY Times: 'Transgender' Kids Need Puberty Blockers to Avoid Suicide

March 13th, 2020 4:06 PM
New York Times reporter Dan Levin earned Friday’s lead National section story – which was not about the coronavirus outbreak, but “Transgender Teenagers Brace for Flurry of Bills Set to Curb Their Rights.” Despite its placement, this was a soft feature story which made the anti-science assumption that some children are born in the “wrong” body and that radical…

NYTimes’ Front Page Whines About Right-Wing Bullies Buying Up West

June 24th, 2019 10:44 PM
The front page of Sunday’s New York Times featured Denver-based national correspondent Julie Turkewitz demonstrating hostility to private property and the dismayingly conservative billionaires who own it in “As Billionaires Snap Up Open Land in West, Public Is Fenced Out." She sounded skeptical about this odd "private property" concept: "These new buyers have…

NY Times 'Faces of Change' Applies Only to Democratic Faces

November 6th, 2018 3:45 PM
The New York Times devoted two full pages of its Sunday pre-election edition to “The Faces of Change in the Midterm Elections.” It's an enormous statistical breakdown of “These 410 -- women, people of color and L.G.B.T. candidates – are running for House, Senate and governor seats.” But the paper’s commitment to political diversity only goes so far. The…

Daily Beast's Kohn: Christian Wedding Chapel Can't Deny Gay Couples

October 23rd, 2014 6:00 PM
Daily Beast liberal columnist Sally Kohn took to her keyboard today to insist that Christian clergy who own a wedding chapel do not have a constitutionally-guaranteed religious-freedom right to refuse to conduct business with same-sex couples.

Gleeful Daily Beast Writer Jumps on Gun Accident to Attack Campus Conc

September 3rd, 2014 3:55 PM
"Just into the second week of fall classes, a Idaho State University professor has literally shot himself in the foot and provided one answer to the question of 'What could go wrong?' on the growing number of college campuses that allow the concealed carry of firearms," a giddy Brandy Zadrozny opened her September 3 Daily Beast article, "The Concealed Carry on Campus…

NBC Touts Anti-Gun Professor Asking: 'When May I Shoot a Student

March 13th, 2014 3:11 PM
Reacting to Idaho passing a law to allow teachers and students to carry guns on college campuses, Thursday's NBC Today promoted a Boise State University professor opposed to the legislation who authored a New York Times Op/Ed absurdly titled: "When May I Shoot a Student?" [Listen to the audio or watch the video after the jump] Co-host Matt Lauer hyped how the satirical essay…

New York Times Cheerleads for Gay Rights in 'Deeply Conservative' Idah

February 28th, 2013 9:05 AM
New York Times reporter Kirk Johnson, hypersensitive to conservative defeat and retreat in the Western states, using an upcoming Supreme Court case as an excuse to lead more cheers for gay rights in "deeply conservative" Idaho in Wednesday's "Gay Couples Are Navigating A New Geography of Marriage." He sympathetically profiled a couple living in Idaho, a state they…

Openly Gay Idaho Lawmaker Is Quitting After Having 'Lost Patience' Wit

March 7th, 2012 7:36 AM
Seattle-based New York Times reporter William Yardley reported melodramatically from Boise Saturday on the retirement of a gay state lawmaker, Nicole LeFavour, raising her gay rights priorities over those of every other legislator in Idaho: "Idaho Senator to Push Gay Rights Bill From the Outside."

The NY Times Goes to Idaho to Explore the Paranoid Tea Party Movement

February 16th, 2010 4:16 PM
Beware those Tea Party wackos! The front of Tuesday morning's New York Times was dominated by investigative reporter David Barstow's 4,500-word foray into the Tea Party movement -- focusing on a local group in Sandpoint, Idaho,"Lighting a Fuse for Rebellion on the Right -- Loose Alliances of Protesters Join Under Tea Party Umbrella." Barstow made sure to mention claims of Idaho groups…

Conservative Idaho 'Hotbed of Hate-Filled Rubes, Gun-Toting Racists

September 2nd, 2009 2:05 PM
Liberal New York Times reporter turned liberal nytimes.com blogger Timothy Egan made one of his occasional forays into the print edition with a Wednesday column on his favorite topic, conservative extremism -- "Hunting Wolves, And Men." Egan insisted: "For years, Idaho officials have been trying to convince businesses that their state is not a hotbed of hate-filled rubes, gun-…

McClatchy’s Wright-Obama-TUCC Expose: How Many Will Get to See It

March 22nd, 2008 9:57 AM
Yesterday, Gateway Pundit noticed what he called an "Uh-Oh... This wasn't supposed to happen" event for presidential candidate Barack Obama: An amazing article appeared in the mainstream news today. McClatchy actually reported that Obama's church merges Marxism and Christian Gospel and preaches that the white church in America is the Antichrist because it supported slavery…

AP Legitimizes Genderbender With Idaho Inmate Who Castrated 'Herself

August 4th, 2007 6:52 AM
Is it so hard to tell a male human being from a female one? I guess to the AP it is because in a story from the 31st, the tale they told of a male inmate castrating himself with a broken disposable razor blade became the story of a male inmate castrating "herself" with a razor blade. One wonders what the AP Stylebook says about that little gem? BOISE, Idaho - An inmate who castrated…