So you won’t have Rachel Maddow to kick around any more. Well okay she’s not retiring and she will still be on MSNBC one night (Mondays) a week but rest assured her timeslot (9pm Tuesday through Friday) will be occupied by a familiar lefty — former MSNBC host and Showtime’s “The Circus” co-host Alex Wagner.
How do you know the left-wing media is gunning for Ron DeSantis? When taxpayer-funded NPR suddenly finds the "Don't Tread on Me" flag from the Revolutionary War to be a "far-right" emblem of lies and violence. Scott Neuman wrote:
One co-lead story in Sunday’s New York Times regarding the aftermath of the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residency screamed “As Right-Wing Rhetoric Escalates, So Do Threats and Violence.” According to reporter Alan Feuer, this violenc
On Sunday’s State of the Union on CNN, guest host Brianna Keilar during her interview with Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson suggested that Republican states with pro-life laws are forcing women to have babies.
It was anti-Trump melodrama to the max on Jonathan Capehart's MSNBC show on Sunday.
Canada is working on implementing a digital ID system at the federal level.
You would think being married to a former chairman of the Federal Reserve, Andrea Mitchell would know at least something about economics.
China’s leading video game studio is reportedly gaining power in a world-famous video game company.
On Sunday’s edition of ABC’s This Week, viewers witnessed a random act of journalism from co-anchor Jonathan Karl who challenged White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on why the recently passed legislation referred to as the Inflation Reduction Act should be called that since according
Pam Key at Breitbart noticed on Friday's New Day, CNN anchor Chris Wallace said Republicans characterizing the FBI’s action at Mar-a-Lago as a "huge" “Gestapo” tactic is "out of touch with reality." The FBI should not be compared to the Nazis. CNN and their Democrat friends save that for Republicans.
A perp walk and a jail term might not be enough to satisfy Tiffany Cross's bloodlust for Donald Trump. Now we're talking the possibility of . . . the needle!
As we've previously noted, MSNBC's Cross harbors a lurid fantasy of Donald Trump being arrested "COPS"-style. She broke that out again on her Saturday show, specifying "handcuffed" and with a "perp walk."
The New York Times is going all in on radical “climate change.” First, reporter Cara Buckley issued the paper’s latest profile Friday in praise of disruptive eco-nuts: “These Groups Want Disruptive Climate Protests. Oil Heirs Are Funding Them.”
Candace Ortiz at Mediaite reported that former New York Times editorial staff Bari Weiss offered a little story to Sen. Tim Scott on her podcast.
A new report from an iOS privacy expert said the system’s Facebook and Instagram apps can track a user’s interaction with external websites.
The Federal Election Commission reportedly approved a proposal from Google that could bring significant changes to your inbox.
Following the FBI raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida, with agents swarming, guns drawn, Morning Joe took to the air the next day to, incredibly, say the critics of the raid are “fascists.” Scarborough added of the raid’s critics: “And so they’re making fascist threats.
Does Phil Mudd know something The Washington Post doesn't?
On Friday's New Day, Mudd, a CNN counterterrorism analyst, claimed that even with the Top Secret clearance he had in his senior positions at the FBI and CIA, he wouldn't have been permitted to view the documents related to nuclear weapons that the FBI was allegedly looking for at Mar-a-Lago.
When historians reflect on the current state of free speech in America they’ll come away with two distinct impressions.
MSNBC’s Ali Velshi was not happy with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s latest decision to remove the ability to use Medicaid to pay for gender dysphoria treatment. Velshi alleged on his Saturday show that move is on the level of not providing puberty blockers to minors and the “Don’t Say Gay bill.”
As part of his monologue, Velshi declared, “Since Governor Ron DeSantis took office, few states have been more hostile toward LGBTQ+ community than Florida.”