Whistleblowers Say FBI Ignored Orders in Free Speech Ruling
Whistleblowers say the FBI is not taking the recent free speech ruling U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty of Louisiana seriously, according to The Washington Times.
The Bold and the Beautifully Dumb From the WH Briefing With Mayorkas
Thursday’s White House press briefing was a barn burner ahead of Title 42’s expiration with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas playing stand-in for the ever-inept Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. Not surprisingly, Mayorkas spun a fantastical tale of border security, order, and speedy deportation of illegal immigrants who fail to have their ducks in a row. And, also not…
In Search of Cures for Inflation
WASHINGTON -- I have of late been searching vigorously through my morning newspapers for the causes of and the cures for inflation. It seems to me that most people whom I know are well aware of what causes inflation and what might be the cure for it. The cause is too much money chasing too few products. The cure for it is to restrain the growth of the money supply. The source of money is in…
Interior Dept. Offering Employees ‘Eco-Grief Training
Hope for traumatized turtle trustees and shell-shocked stoat stewards.
Judge Smacks Down Biden’s Texas Emergency Room Abortion Order
A garbage order is in the garbage. For now.
WIRED Whines Google’s Search Results Should Have MORE Censorship
Tech outlet WIRED complained that Google’s search results need improvement—through more censorship! WIRED whined in an Aug. 16 piece that content on Google, just like on social media platforms, can create an “information trap.” Francesca Tripodi asserted in the WIRED article that “[c]onspiracy theorists and propagandists” are engineering online content to spread “lies.”
Surprise! Twitter, Facebook to Censor Speech in Leadup to Midterms
They’re at it again! Two of the leading platforms responsible for censoring the bombshell New York Post Hunter Biden scandal stories before the 2020 presidential election are gearing up to censor free speech to combat so-called “misinformation” ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
The Public Backs Equal Coverage of Issues; Most of the Press Disagree
On the front of Thursday's Washington Times was a story by Stephen Dinan on a new poll that showed a dramatic difference in public opinion on the goals of journalism. While 76 percent of the public agreed journalists should strive always for equal coverage, only 44 percent of journalists agreed.
SOROS LOSES BIG: Woke San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Gets Booted
San Francisco's infamously woke District Attorney lost his recall election and even The New York Times couldn’t avoid kicking him on his way out the door.
Another Big Story the Press Missed
WASHINGTON -- The day after Robby Mook, the head of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign for the presidency, implicated her at the top of a conspiracy to link Donald Trump in 2016 with a Russian bank, I could find no mention of it in the leading newspapers of the Republic, save The Wall Street Journal. The Journal covered Mook's testimony in a federal courtroom quite well.
Parents Rights Against the Machine: Round 2
The battle over whether parents, or public schools and elites should decide what goes into the minds and souls of students has entered a second stage The Washington Times reports LGBTQ activist groups are complaining about parents who object to children as young as five being taught gender issues and reading books that contain profanities and anti-police messages.
WashTimes: ‘Zuck Bucks’ ‘Swayed’ 2020 Election with ‘Bribery Scheme’
An election integrity probe reportedly found that a nonprofit funded by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg swayed the 2020 election “in violation of Wisconsin law.”
WashTimes Exposes Left-Wing Group Behind ‘Dark Money’ SCOTUS Pick Push
The Washington Times’ White House correspondent Dave Boyer exposed the leftist dark money efforts behind President Joe Biden’s pledge to nominate the first African American woman to the United States Supreme Court.
Editor’s Pick: Wash Times on Study Showing Useless COVID Lockdowns
On Monday, The Washington Times White House correspondent Dave Boyer reported: “Lockdowns in the U.S. and Europe had little or no impact in reducing deaths from COVID-19, according to a new analysis by researchers at Johns Hopkins University.” The study found: “The lockdowns during the early phase of the pandemic in 2020 reduced COVID-19 mortality by about 0.2%...”