Judge Tosses Lawsuit Against Horny Trans Woman in Sorority
August 30th, 2023 3:19 PM
The students insisted the male was a “sexual predator,” but the judge couldn’t have cared less.
CNN, Fired Librarian Falsely Claim Library Had No Explicit Content
August 17th, 2023 10:20 AM
Terri Lesley was recently fired from her position as director of the Campbell County Public Library System in Wyoming and on Thursday, she joined CNN This Morning to talk about it. There, she was allowed to falsely state that none of the books in the library contained any sexually explicit material.
Draconian! Wyoming Gov Opposes New Anti-Trans Law
March 22nd, 2023 12:42 PM
'They Should Do It' Lemon Supports Dems Voting for Cheney in Primary
June 30th, 2022 11:37 PM
On Thursday night's Don Lemon Tonight, Lemon and two of his guests CNN commentator Nia-Malika Henderson and Republican political strategist Scott Jennings discussed anti-Trump Republican Liz Cheney's primary challenge and whether she can survive it, or if she will be ousted on August 16.
REPORT: 28 States Take on Big Tech; 20 Battle Online Censorship
March 31st, 2021 2:56 PM
Congress has remained locked in a stalemate over how to tackle Big Tech tyranny. Meanwhile, state governments have stepped up and decided to take matters into their own hands where the federal government has failed. The partisan gridlock in Congress grew more apparent as Republicans and Democrats clashed with Big Tech executives — and with each other — in a March 25 hearing. Twenty-eight…
WashPost Whines for Wyoming Woman Who Drove 400 Miles for an Abortion
May 8th, 2015 11:34 AM
To liberal media outlets, the saddest thing about abortion is how women seeking to terminate their baby may have to drive more than 20 minutes to a clinic. The Washington Post on Thursday offered a 2,390-word opus on a woman named Emily [last name sympathetically withheld] who procured an abortion in Missoula, Montana, driving 407 miles from Wyoming.
The headline was “The long drive to end a…
Barely News: Rep. Lummis's 'Most Moving Moment' at Gruber Hearing
December 13th, 2014 11:00 AM
Dictionary.com defines "glib" as "readily fluent, often thoughtlessly, superficially, or insincerely so."
Jonathan Gruber's apology at his Tuesday congressional hearing included that word. The word, especially the "superficial" element of its definition, applies to how the establishment press covered the hearing. With only rare exceptions, it excluded any mention of what has accurately been…
As Liz Cheney Drops Senate Bid, Networks Replay 'Divisive,' 'Family Fe
January 6th, 2014 12:23 PM
All three networks on Monday morning hyped the news that Liz Cheney is dropping her bid for a U.S. Senate seat in Wyoming. ABC, CBS and NBC used the opportunity to replay the "divisive" "family feud" Mrs. Cheney had with her gay sister, Mary, as she defended traditional marriage. On CBS This Morning, Jan Crawford again quoted Mary Cheney publicly lecturing, "You're just wrong, and on the…
MSNBC's Hayes Slams Liz Cheney as 'Odious,' 'Crappy Friend,' 'Knockoff
July 18th, 2013 6:19 PM
On Wednesday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes lambasted GOP Senate candidate Liz Cheney as he hyperbolically used over the top words and phrases such as "odious," "crappy friend," "villain," and "toxic," as he devoted a segment to trashing the daughter of former Vice President Cheney for choosing to run for the U.S. Senate for Wyoming.
At one point, Hayes called her a "knockoff" of her…
For NYT's Joe Nocera, Congressional Oversight Equals Sexual Harassment
June 14th, 2011 1:22 PM
New York Times business columnist Joe Nocera, now a regular on the paper’s op-ed page, equated congressional oversight with Anthony Weiner’s sexual peccadillos in Saturday’s “Blocking Elizabeth Warren.” Warren, a Harvard law professor, bankruptcy “expert,” and liberal crusader, is special advisor to the White House and a favorite among liberals and the Times for pushing the creation of a…
NYT's Adam Nagourney Rides to Defense of Harry Reid's 'Cowboy Poets
April 12th, 2011 12:52 PM
The New York Times continues to argue against spending cuts, no matter how silly or trivial the program may be. Reporter Adam Nagourney rode to the defense of Sen. Harry Reid’s beleaguered cowboy poets on Monday: “For Cowboy Poets, Unwelcome Spotlight In Battle Over Spending.” Reporting from the small Nevada town of Elko, Nagourney’s tone suggested critics who consider funding cowboy poetry a…
If Calling for Impeachment, How About Some Particulars, Frank
June 1st, 2008 7:13 AM
If you're going to accuse a president of lying and committing crimes, it might be nice to provide some particulars. But Frank Rich sees no need for such niceties in his New York Times column of today. The putative topic is the McClellan book, but the real subject is Rich's abject Bush hatred. After referring to Pres. Bush as "the loathed lame duck," Rich writes: Americans don’t like being…
What If They Held an Election Without the Media
January 4th, 2008 3:03 PM
In science, it’s called the “observer effect” — the very act of observing a phenomenon changes the phenomenon. And if journalists are simply supposed to “observe” and report on our presidential elections, they are in fact exerting a tremendous effect over the entire process.For example, imagine two small states, both holding caucuses to pick their delegates to the presidential nominating…