Eminem surprise-released a new album, Music To Be Murdered By, early Friday morning, accompanied by a violent music video depicting the Las Vegas mass shooting and ending with a pro-gun control message. The video is for the song “Darkness” and it starts out seemingly describing Eminem’s nerves before a concert before you realize he’s rapping from the perspective of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooter. The final verse lyrics read:



No matter how many times Atlantic magazine writer Emma Green tried to get the president of the National Association of Evangelicals, Leith Anderson,  to criticize President Trump, she failed completely. Green should definitely made the effort over and over again but ultimately she completely failed to get the her desired result as you can see her  Wednesday interview, "Evangelicalism’s Silent Majority."

 



The Atlantic magazine writer Jemele Hill launched an attack this week on pro golfers Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson for agreeing to play in a January tournament in the oppressive nation of Saudi Arabia. She also accuses President Donald Trump and other Republicans of hypocrisy for lashing out at the NBA and China two months ago, while remaining silent about Saudi Arabia's atrocities.



Has the death knell on the annoyingly awkward word "Latinx" finally, mercifully, hopefully been sounded by Atlantic magazine? For anybody even a bit familiar with the Spanish language, "Latinx" just grates on the ears. Unfortunately, for the past few years it has been hyped by many PC types in the media including Vox and even Univision which should know better.

 



Just how far over the political edge do you have to be for even the liberal Atlantic magazine to notice that you suffer from a debilitating case of Trump Derangement Syndrome? Perhaps as far gone as Paul Krugman whose raging TDS is so severe that Sebastian Mallaby, in a review of one of Krugman's books, worries that the optics of his extreme mania could be ruining the credibility of the New York Times columnist.



ESPN First Take yell man Stephen A. Smith is under fire for making a mockery of journalism ethics. On Friday, The Root writer Stephen A. Crockett Jr. joined in with Jemele Hill's Twitter criticisms of Smith for secretly working with Jay-Z to arrange last month's failed NFL workout for Colin Kaepernick. Crockett and Hill, a writer for The Atlantic, are giving Smith no mercy.



It is no surprise to find out that the Democrats are impeaching President Trump for strictly political reasons. What is a surprise is that Atlantic magazine revealed that is the main motivation for impeachment. 

 



The Atlantic Magazine admitted (approvingly) that the Latest Saturday Night Live skit was less a satire and really more of a campaign ad for Senator Elizabeth Warren. The Sunday article by Spencer Kornhaber made this admission both in the title, "SNL Runs an Ad for Elizabeth Warren," and body of the article. 



The Boston Globe, Yahoo! Sports and Deadspin may have established new lows Tuesday for sports media distortion. All three reported that, on Monday night's The Ingraham Angle, host Laura Ingraham's interview with guest Benjamin Watson, tight end with the New England Patriots, didn't go the way she wanted it to and she angrily cut off the conversation. That's far from the truth.



In 1963, racist Democrat governor George Wallace stood in the doorway of a building at the University of Alabama trying to prevent African Americans from integrating the school. In 2019, race-baiting Atlantic magazine writer Jemele Hill is encouraging black athletes to leave "white universities" and segregate themselves at historically black colleges and universities (HBCU's). Hill's story is titled, "It's Time for Black Athletes to Leave White Colleges."



If former FBI director James Comey thought he would find a sympathetic voice at the liberal Atlantic Magazine on the heels of a damning Department of Justice Inspector General report that found he had violated FBI rules by leaking memos to the press, he would be sorely disappointed. In fact the animosity of Atlantic writer David A. Graham even took the form out outright mockery by comparing what Comey just went through with what he did with Hillary Clinton in 2016 by announcing that he found her to have been very careless with handling sensitive emails without actually charging her (although he reached that decision months earlier before concluding his investigation).



Building what The Atlantic once described as the “biggest political machine you’ve never heard of” paid off big for liberal billionaire and Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer. He announced early on Aug. 13, that he met the 130,000 donor threshold for the September debates. “Just one more qualifying poll stands between us and that stage!” he added. Each candidate must have 2 percent support in four separate national or early state polls. Steyer currently has three, according to CNBC.