In the aftermath of Democratic Senator Chris Murphy accusing Republicans of hypocrisy over being "pro-life" in response to the school shooting in Michigan, several MSNBC hosts seized on the speech and used it to peddle anti-gun misinformation. In primetime, Chris Hayes and Joy Reid even had the Connecticut Senator on as a guest.
A new social network being created by former President Donald Trump said it has $1 billion lined up in capital.
In “How the G.O.P. Became Saboteurs, Threatening a Government Shutdown,” New York Times columnist Paul Krugman used the averted federal government shutdown to launch his usual partisan lunacy, untethered to reality.
In Friday's edition, Krugman claimed today’s GOP is even worse now than in the days of (gasp) Newt Gingrich.
Illinois State University is getting hauled into court for intolerance. Former assistant football coach Kurt Beathard is suing the university that fired him in 2020 for removing a Black Lives Matter poster from his office door and replacing it with a Christian-themed "All Lives Matter" sign.
Adam Liptak, Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times, sent up a warning flare for the right-leaning Supreme Court: Don’t mess with Roe v. Wade. His Sunday analysis, “As Roe Teeters, Belief in Court Could Tilt, Too” suggested the Court’s credibility was again (conveniently) at stake. The online headline: "Critical Moment for Roe, and the Supreme Court’s Legitimacy."
Sunday's Politico listed a number of reasons why freshly fired Chris Cuomo embarrassed his network, CNN. However there is one really big item that has been left off the list.
On Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN host Brian Stelter entertained the laughable notion that the media have been harder on President Biden than they were on his predecessor, President Trump.
The Washington Post recently published an article by Phillip Bump, which took an uncharacteristic swing at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC).
Nothing is more awkward than a media reporter trying to report on his or her own media outlet, and Brian Stelter looked very awkward on Saturday night reporting on Chris Cuomo’s sudden Saturday firing.
MSNBC has become so unhinged over state laws challenging Roe, they are actually trying to convince their audiences that the pro-life side is racist and founded on white supremacy, when it should be common knowledge that the largest abortion provider in the country
Season two of Peacock's Saved y the Bell reboot dropped on Wednesday, November 25, and it did what all contemporary reboots do: pushed wokeism in place of originality.
Despite all the talk on MSNBC about norms and institutions, Brian Williams used Friday's edition of The 11th Hour to criticize Democrats for talking tough, but not having the "guts" to "pack or alter" the Supreme Court in light on the Court hearing oral arguments on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization earlier in the week.
Early Saturday night, CNN and boss Jeff Zucker fired long-time CNN host Chris Cuomo “effective immediately” following a year-plus of ethics-free behavior from both parties as Cuomo worked with and gave softball interviews to his b
On her Saturday morning MSNBC show The Cross Connection, Tiffany Cross seemed to imply the possibility that Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (CO) might shoot a Democrat congressman, further illustrating the dangerous and toxic levels of rhetoric some in the liberal media will stoop to in order to ensure their audiences hate their fellow Americans.
Interviewing House Democratic Caucus Chair Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), Cross said:
Scratch a liberal and find an authoritarian. The latest evidence of this has come as the Mississippi abortion law reaches the Supreme Court. And right on cue, the lefty media types quickly stood up with anti-democracy rants.
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank wrote a column that was so slavishly pro-Biden that it was retweeted by Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain.
On Tuesday morning, CNN correspondent Adrienne Broaddus gave the impression that police shooting victim was pulled over and accidentally shot simply for having air freshener hanging in his car as she informed viewers of jury selection in the upcoming trial of former Minnesota cop Kim Potter.
In a scathing Twitter thread, the editor of the Daily Caller slammed Big Tech social media platforms for continuing to favor leftist viewpoints online.
Stephen Colbert flirted with an early version of Cancel Culture back in 2014.
Colbert, then hosting Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, uttered stereotypically Asian gibberish to mock Washington Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder’s alleged insensitivies.