Editor’s Pick: NR on Ugly Media Reaction to Musk Twitter Takeover

April 27th, 2022 10:57 AM

On Tuesday, National Review’s media and enterprise reporter Isaac Schorr provided a round-up of some of the most outrageous left-wing media reactions to billionaire Elon Musk buying Twitter, sarcastically noting that for many journalists, “It was the darkest day on Earth since net-neutrality repeal.” He then went through “the hysterical reaction of much of the mainstream press.”

Editor’s Pick: National Review on Rolling Stone Freak-Out Over Manchin

April 11th, 2022 11:15 AM

On Monday, National Review’s senior writer Charles C.W. Cooke reported that “Rolling Stone has a big, angsty story today about how terrible Senator Joe Manchin is. The headline of the offering is ‘How Joe Manchin Knifed the Democrats — and Bailed on Saving Democracy,’ the tweet promoting it reads, ‘How Joe Machin double-crossed Democrats — and torched plans to protect your…

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WashPost ‘Fact Checker’: Little Evidence Biden to Blame for Oil Crisis

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March 17th, 2022 12:20 PM

The Washington Post’s editor and chief writer of “The Fact Checker” Glenn Kessler pushed misinformation about President Joe Biden’s responsibility for sky-high energy prices in the U.S.

Commies in Love: NYT Under Fire After More Evidence of Ties to China

March 15th, 2022 11:24 AM

This week, the reliably pro-communist New York Times found itself in more hot water after it published a Sunday column from an official with a Chinese Communist Party outfit without proper disclosure as well as failing to note that said author appeared last year with longtime columnist and pro-China defender Thomas Friedman at an event for a think tank tied to Chinese state-run…

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The Left Hated 'Corrupt,' Pro-Gun Red Dawn's Fight Against the Commies

March 12th, 2022 12:15 PM

The devastating and all-too-real invasion of Ukraine by the Russians has galvanized the world. It also reminded some of a movie favorite of many Americans, one loathed by the media. Its plot? A determined group of young people fight off an invasion by the Russians. Of course, I’m talking about the ‘80s classic Red Dawn

Editor’s Pick: NR on New Yorker’s Amy Coney Barrett Hit Piece

February 16th, 2022 10:34 AM

On Tuesday, National Review writer and University of Notre Dame senior Maggie Garnett reported: “After reading a recent article in the New Yorker, one could not be blamed for imagining Amy Coney Barrett to be made of marble: a cold, impenetrable, masterpiece of the conservative artisan. That is, after all, how Margaret Talbot presents the newest addition to the Supreme Court.”

Editor’s Pick: NR on Politico Bracing for Conservative Pouncing

January 28th, 2022 10:31 AM

On Thursday, National Review Executive Editor Mark Antonio Wright reported: “In a ostensibly straight-news write-up on the politics of the coming confirmation of Justice Breyer’s successor, Politico reporters Meridith McGraw and Hailey Fuchs write: ‘The conservative movement has, for decades, prioritized Supreme Court fights over nearly all other forms of political battle....[but] they aren’t…

Editor’s Pick: NRO Covers Fallout of NYC’s Drug Injection Sites

December 30th, 2021 10:11 AM

Doing reporting the liberal media wouldn’t dare to do (or at least consistently), National Review’s Zachary Evans has a piece from Thursday morning highlighting the scene outside New York City’s two so-called safe injection sites, which “provide clean syringes and overdose-prevention services to addicts, who bring drugs from outside,” allow them to shoot up, and then be revived by medical…

Editor’s Pick: NR on Alcindor’s Worst Bias as She Moves to NBC

December 8th, 2021 11:11 AM

On Tuesday, National Review’s media reporter Isaac Schorr covered PBS White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor moving to NBC News to perform the same role. He highlighted how “Alcindor has built a reputation as one of the most partisan reporters in the mainstream press, using her seat in the White House briefing room as a soapbox for progressive politics, despite working for the…

Editor’s Pick: NR on CNN Trying to Smear Rittenhouse Judge as Racist

November 12th, 2021 10:29 AM

On Friday, National Review’s Washington Correspondent John McCormack reported on a truly desperate attempt by CNN to smear the judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial as racist: “Here’s a headline from a CNN ‘news’ story: ‘Judge in Kyle Rittenhouse trial makes inappropriate Asian food joke.’”

Editor’s Pick: NR on Psaki Bristling at Question on Abortion, Pope

October 28th, 2021 10:19 AM

On Wednesday, National Review’s Brittany Bernstein reported on how White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki “bristled on Wednesday when a reporter asked if President Biden, who is Catholic and pro-abortion, will discuss ‘the human dignity of the unborn’ when he meets with Pope Francis later this week.”

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Nets Skip Parents Suing AG for Smear, NBC Rails Against Anti-CRT Law

October 19th, 2021 8:36 PM

Fed-up parents made waves Tuesday after they filed a “federal civil rights lawsuit” against radical Attorney General Merrick Garland for unjustly suggesting parents protesting at school board meetings were committing “domestic terrorism.” This major development in the fight to de-radicalize liberal school boards went completely unmentioned by the evening newscasts of ABC, CBS, and NBC, just as…

Editor’s Pick: NR Hits MSNBC for Defending Stacey Abrams Election Lies

October 11th, 2021 10:32 AM

On Monday, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger took to National Review to call out MSNBC for defending the “stolen-election lies” of failed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams following her 2018 election defeat in the state. The article’s subheadline hammered the left-wing cable channel: “Apparently, election trutherism is only a problem when President Trump engages in…

Editor’s Pick: NR Tells Media That Sinema Harassment is Not Okay

October 5th, 2021 10:39 AM

On Monday, National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke had to explain to the liberal media that left-wing activists harassing Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema to the point of following the lawmaker into a bathroom was “not normal.” He called out the fact that the press had failed to denounce the radical tactics.