Los Angeles Times
When the Hateful Think They Are the Virtuous
This week, Virginia Heffernan, a columnist for the Los Angeles Times, unleashed the most perverse column in recent memory. The title: "What can you do about the Trumpites next door?" Heffernan wasn't lamenting neighbors who had tagged her house with pro-Trump graffiti, or who had participated in the Jan. 6 riots, or who had even held an election watch party and turned the music up too…
L.A. Times Review of Andy Ngo's Antifa Book Compares Him to GOEBBELS
Yahoo News White House correspondent Andy Nazaryan apparently did not learn his lesson five years ago when he was shamed into deleting his tweet comparing Ted Cruz and his staff to Nazis. Now he is back at his old smear habits once again by comparing the author of the book "Unmasked," Andy Ngo, to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels in his Los Angeles Times book review.
L.A. Times Columnist Compares Nice 'Trumpite' Neighbors to Hezbollah
Los Angeles Times columnist repaid the kindness of a neighbor who cleared snow off her driveway by smearing him and the rest of her neighbors by comparing them to Hezbollah for the "high crime" of being Trump supporters.
Inauguration 2021: Completely Different, Yet Same Old Bias
Reviewing the media’s inauguration coverage since 1989 finds that no incoming Republican president receives the worshipful coverage that accompanies the ascension of Democratic Presidents.
Lefty ESPN, Undefeated Exec Up For Top Jobs at LA Times, Wash Post
Having exorcised the White house of the demon Trump, you might think legacy media would ease up, tack toward the middle and tone down the “woke” hysteria. If the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times are indicators, forget it.
Beyond Depraved: Media Defend Child-Exploiting ‘Cuties’ Movie
Several big name publications have decided to go on the defensive for a Netflix movie that hypersexualizes little girls. And to think, some of us are unsure about calling the media the “enemy of the people.”
Los Angeles Times Gushes Over Medical Drama With Syrian Refugee
On September 1, NBC premiered the “Pilot” of Transplant, which had been the most-watched television series for the 2019-2020 season when it aired in Canada. The title is a play on words, as transplant is not only a medical term, but applies to the main character, Bashir Hamed (Hamza Haq), a doctor from Syria who is a refugee in Canada.
Trevor Noah Hailed for Being Unfunny; Compares USA to Old South Africa
Trevor Noah's tenure as host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central is nearing five years, so they're reaching out for the expected positive publicity from the liberal media. Michael Ordona at the Los Angeles Times proclaimed that it's great the comedy isn't so central any more on Comedy Central. It's certainly not funny that Noah tried to claim modern-day America has…
LA Times Declares Camping Racist: ‘Disparity in Access to Outdoors'
Did you know that camping is racist? If you didn’t, the Los Angeles Times sought to educate readers through a lengthy profile on Mo Jackson, who goes by the pronouns they/them. Jackson is raising funds and camping gear for people of color, through the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Camping Kits project.
LA Times Executive Editor: The Term 'Looting' is Racist
Tuesday’s edition of PBS NewsHour featured a discussion about “the differences in the experiences of black journalists as contrasted with their colleagues.” One of the guests, Los Angeles Times Executive Editor Norman Pearlstine, talked about how “one of the active debates we had over the past week was about the use of the word ‘looting’ to describe the…
LAT Sings the Praises of ‘Energized’ Lemon, Ignores Ugly Rhetoric
The Los Angeles Times published Wednesday a roughly 1,600 love letter hailing CNN Tonight host and liberal pundit Don Lemon, reveling his near-constant presence on the Jeffrey Zucker-led network amid nationwide unrest and racial tensions. Reporter Stephen Battaglio hailed Lemon’s rise, painting him as a truth-teller and a key voice in shepherding Americans to think more critically…
'Gone With the Wind' CANCELLED for 'Racist Depictions'
Gone With the Wind is gone from HBO Max's video library after the classic film was effectively "cancelled" in today's racial climate. On Monday, 12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley wrote an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times calling for HBO Max to remove Gone With the Wind from its library because it “glorifies the antebellum south,” “ignore[s] the horrors of slavery." …