BREAKING: Disinfo Board Leader Jennifer Daskal Is a Biden Donor
Jennifer Daskal, one of President Joe Biden’s Disinformation Governance Board leaders, doesn’t just have several ties to liberal billionaire George Soros. She was also a Biden donor during the 2020 election cycle, according to Federal Election Commission records.
MRC Announces First Annual Bulldog Award Winners
With our first annual Bulldog Awards in six categories, the Media Research Center is honoring conservatives in the media who truly deserve accolades yet will never receive them from the media establishment. The six winners of the MRC’s 2022 Bulldog Awards, as determined by the senior staff of the MRC: Mark Levin, Dan Bongino, Miranda Devine, Luke Rosiak, Stephen Gutowski and Drew Holden.
BREAKING: Official Co-Leading Biden Disinfo Board Worked for Soros
A member of President Joe Biden’s Orwellian Disinformation Governance Board has close ties to liberal billionaire activist George Soros.
Bozell: Musk Twitter Purchase About ‘Free Speech,’ Not Economics
Billionaire Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter was totally about protecting the First Amendment, and had little to do with labor considerations or investing for financial gain. MRC President and founder Brent Bozell made those remarks during an appearance on Fox Business’ Varney & Co. on Tuesday.
Letter to Congress Cites MRC Study to Slam AFT-NewsGuard Partnership
Nineteen organizations demanded Congress investigate the Orwellian partnership between leftist website ratings firm NewsGuard and the anti-parent American Federation of Teachers.
MRC’s Gainor on Tucker: ‘How Far Big Tech Will Go’ to Defend Biden
Media Research Center Vice President of Free Speech America & Business Dan Gainor teased a soon-to-be-published MRC study proving Big Tech’s obsession with protecting President Joe Biden. Big Tech’s response was to censor people who criticized Biden.
17,000 Reasons WashPost Hopes Musk ‘Doesn’t Win His Bid for Twitter’
The leftist newspaper owned by the second richest man in the world is obsessed with smearing his main competitor’s $43 billion Twitter takeover bid. It was willing to spend over 17,000 words to do it.
STUDY: How Big Tech Tried to Kill the Hunter Biden Story
Twitter and Facebook worked in lockstep to restrict the flow of the Hunter Biden laptop story just before the 2020 presidential election. These platforms stifled the spread of that story at the same time that Big Media did, as MRC research found.
Biden-Loving PolitiFact Scours Conservative Sites on 'Bird Poop' Story
Even the silliest content about President Biden can be grounds for punishing conservative sites. Take the erroneous "Biden had bird poop on him" story. The president gave a speech in Iowa on corn-enhanced gas helping reduce the price at the pump. PolitiFact didn't offer a "fact check" on anything Biden said about the "Putin price hike," but it did trash conservative sites. It was "FALSE"…
Column: Elon Musk's Takeover of Twitter Could Totally Remake Politics
It was the stock buyout heard ‘round the world. Tesla owner Elon Musk’s offer to buy Twitter could save the whole concept of online free speech and alter politics and elections globally for years to come.
Truly Foolish: Top 5 Most Ridiculous Cases of Big Tech Censorship
Big Tech censors: We know what we’re doing. Their algorithms: April Fools! It’s a tall task for Big Tech companies to justify mashing the censorship button on conservative speech when the systems they use to do their dirty work are so stupid that they always come back to kick them in the pants.
Climate Critics RIP Tom Friedman for Griping Over U.S. ‘Oil Addiction’
New York Times columnist Tom Friedman has a hot take about the Ukraine War, and of course, it involved trying to freak people out about climate change.
Help Pick the MRC Bulldog Awards for the Best in Journalism
The Media Research Center has had fun bestowing our DisHonors Awards on those members of the media least deserving of accolades. Now, we want to recognize those most deserving of accolades and we’re looking for the guidance of NewsBusters readers to help us select the deserving winners of the Media Research Center’s Bulldog Awards for the best in journalism.