NY Times Owners Descended from Slave-Holding Confederate-Loving Family
The Editorial Board of The New York Times has been quite explicit in advocating and end to any statues of fort names that honor the "traitors" that fought for the Confederacy. So if we're going to cancel that, what about The Times, owned by a family that held slaves, embraced the Confederacy, and opposed blacks getting to vote?
The Washington Post Hate-Pukes on America -- In The Weirdest Places!
Washington Post art/architecture critic Philip Kennicott is an insufferable snob. America stinks, our democracy is a disaster...and he's supposed to be describing the makeover of a public library. The Post is so relentlessly liberal, the editorializing against America pops up everywhere.
NY Times Smears Trump on Front Page: 'Feeding on White Resentment’
The New York Times just can’t stop accusing President Trump of racism and linking him, without evidence, to the cause of the Confederacy. On Tuesday, White House correspondent Maggie Haberman made the front page with “Feeding on White Resentment, Trump Adds to an Old Playbook -- Railing at Change, to Republicans’ Dismay.” Haberman showed her hypersensitivity: "Mr. Trump again referred…
Far-Left CNN Endorses BLM Radicalism, Reparations
On Wednesday morning’s CNN Newsroom, co-host Poppy Harlow brought on Democratic Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer to discuss the investigation of the killing of Breonna Taylor and at first, Harlow grilled Fischer over the investigation, but then softened when he endorsed parts of the Black Lives Matter radical agenda. Harlow revealed herself to not just be a Democrat, but a radical…
Column: Zeroing Out Trump for the 'Truth'
The Grand Canyon is a fitting metaphor for the difference between the uncensored version of President Trump’s Independence Day speeches gleaned from live television and the feverishly distorted versions of the “reality-based press,” as the leftist journo-braggarts call themselves. CNN decided his July 4-themed speeches deserved precisely zero minutes of live coverage.
Newspaper Cartoon of Trump Wearing Swastika Draws Heavy Fire
During a time when the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is being used as a defense of rioting and looting from one side of the nation to the other, one cartoon has set off fireworks in both Florida and the Washington Post. Even though the image would usually draw praise from the Post, the leadership of the weekly newspaper in Key Biscayne, Florida, has chosen to stand…
WashPost Distorts Mt. Rushmore Speech as Screed for 'White Domination'
President Trump’s rousing Friday night speech at Mount Rushmore made the front page of The Washington Post on Sunday. It was distorted, almost beyond recognition. The Page One headline was “Trump’s racial animus rattles GOP.”
Column: Lincoln Statues Must Go, Margaret Sanger Stays?
The Left is interested in taking down all kinds of statues, which raises an obvious question: Where are the states the Left has put up? No one's ripping those down. No one has touched the statue of Margaret Sanger in Boston, for example.
As Trump Preps Visit, NY Times Suddenly Finds Mt. Rushmore Is Racist
The New York Times, after ignoring the issue for decades, has abruptly become quite concerned about the dark history behind the historical granite carvings of Mount Rushmore featuring presidents Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Lincoln. Under the misleadingly benign headline “How Mount Rushmore Became Mount Rushmore,” the paper stirred up more racial animosity in the…
'Absurd' Query to McEnany: Is Trump Sad the South Lost the Civil War?
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany had to deal with what she called "absolutely absurd" questions at Monday's press briefing. Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker asked the president believed "it was a good thing that the South lost the Civil War?"
St. Louis Catholics Attacked Defending Statue of City’s Namesake
You may not find many in business, universities, Congress or the Chief Justice of the United States’s office, but there are still Catholics out there willing to defend the Church, decency and civilization.
NY Times Relishes Statue Destruction, Avoids Noting Washington, Grant
The New York Times has openly relished ripping down and vandalizing statues, as demonstrated by the full-page photo essay on the front of the Friday National section under the suspiciously celebratory headline “Dumped, Painted, Toppled, Boxed Up and Hoisted Away.” The removal or destruction of a variety of “racist” monoliths comes with the tacit approval, if not actual applause, of…
USA TODAY 'Fact Check' Covers Up Racist Democrat History of 1964
“Independent fact checkers” can easily be mistaken for Democrats who don’t want you to remember Democrat History. USA Today though a “False” flag at a Facebook meme that the longest filibuster in American history was the Democrats blocking the Civil Rights Act in 1964. "Partly False," cried the newspaper, since it was only southern Democrats who filibustered!