Daily Beast’s Goff: There is a ‘Secret War on Black Republicans
Give credit to The Daily Beast for highlighting an issue that conservatives have noted for decades: the Left’s war on black Republican politicians.
In her July 11 piece headlined, “The Secret War on Black Republicans,” the Beast contributor Keli Goff noted that while any racially inflammatory rhetoric directly at Democrats is frequently discussed by the mainstream media,…
You'd Better Go a Long Way, Baby; Writer Insists That 'Female Ivy Leag
Seldom have I seen so many chauvinistic statements in one place as I have in an essay found at Guardian News.com written by an author whose work has appeared in "Time, Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post and The Daily Beast." I post it as a media bias item because I believe that the views stated therein explicitly and implicitly affect how the press covers so-called "women's…
Actual Huffington Post Headline: 'Why Some Women Don't Vote With Their
Can you imagine the outrage if a conservative author wrote an article titled "Why Some Men Don't Vote With Their Penises?"
On Thursday, MSNBC and Huffington Post contributor Keli Goff actually published a piece that she affectionately called "Why Some Women Don't Vote With Their Vaginas":
Kurtz Spends 22 Minutes on Cain Allegations With No Mention of Media's
CNN's Howard Kurtz considers himself to be a media analyst, yet on Sunday's Reliable Sources, he spent 22 minutes discussing Politico's hit piece on Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain without once mentioning how the press handled Bill Clinton's actual sex scandals.
The program began:
UNION: MSNBC Calls for Fashion Industry 'Norma Rae
MSNBC is very upset about one "highly-unregulated industry" and its "questionable and even abusive" working conditions. What industry? Coal mining or perhaps sewage treatment? No. Keli Goff, an author and political analyst who has a "Daily Rant" on MSNBC's "Dylan Ratigan Show," was complaining about the working conditions of models. That's right,…
Ratigan: 'Default Position' In USA Is To Incarcerate Black Men
Dylan Ratigan's "Daily Rant" segment was a treasure trove of controversial statements today. You be the judge of which statement rates higher on the controversy-meter:Ratigan's claim that the "default position" in the USA is to incarcerate black men rather than educate them; orBlogger Keli Goff's suggestion that to end the cycle of poverty among African-Americans, and to…