In the wake of the horrific shooting in Uvalde, Texas, there was plenty of comment from the leftwing media. All of it conspicuous in what it doesn’t say. They don't want to to talk about the culture of death in this country and that, when it comes to abortion, journalists are all for it.
During Saturday’s Alex Witt Reports on MSNBC, Yasmin Vossoughian had a message to any American who wishes to purchase an AR-15: “join the military.” Vossoughian backed up her self-righteous reporting from Uvalde by falsely claimed that the AR-15 is given to members of the military when they enlist.
It didn’t take long for GLAAD to weigh in on Ricky Gervais’ new Netflix special, SuperNature.
The fact that some Americans do not agree with MSNBC The 11th Hour host Stephanie Ruhle led her to ask presidential historian Douglas Brinkley just how “sick and divided” America is. With no sense of irony, while lamenting these divisions, Ruhle suggested the Civil War never ended.
As the National Rifle Association holds its convention in Houston, CBS Saturday Morning lamented that Republicans “remain in lockstep with” with the organization and decried the partisanship showed at the convention, but of course they only meant Republican partisanship. Accusing people of killing children is just the other perspective for CBS.
I’m beginning to think the liberal media doesn’t understand what “bipartisanship” means. At least Bob Costas seems to have some trouble with the term, as his Friday morning interview on CNN’s New Day veered off from a fairly grounded discussion of much of the professional sports world’s advocacy for gun control into a string of misleading analogies that were heavy on the feelings but light on the facts.
After an 18-year-old killer massacred 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday, the New York Times geared up for another attempt at federal gun control, under the name of “gun safety,” even while admitting deep into its coverage that long-desired Democratic proposals would probably not have prevented the massacre.
In the anti-gun hurricane that has been the liberal media’s response to the tragic Texas school shooting all week, including calls for sweeping ba
NewsBusters deputy managing editor Nick Fondacaro and I assumed the helm for Friday’s show and, following a heavy week for the country following Tuesday’s deadly school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, we spent the episode doing a deep dive on the various liberal media narratives that immediately came to the surface.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has been popping off lately.
While attempting to fact check Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday on his claim that there is no correlation between gun laws and gun deaths, CNN Newsroom host Alisyn Camerota failed to not only consider what Abbott actually said, but cherry-picked her statistics in an attempt to prove him wrong.
When does Teen Vogue like conservatives? When they sacrifice their principles at the altar of leftism.
Cecile Richards of Planned Parenthood fame made it clear she is still fighting for the leftist cause of on-demand abortion in an extravagant open letter published by Teen Vogue on May 27.
The attorney general of Kentucky joined a growing chorus of voices exposing environmental, social and governance standards as politically motivated, anti-free market, anti-family and plain old woke nonsense.
The World Economic Forum published an article advocating to “disrupt” current educational methods in favor of using virtual reality and the metaverse, partly to combat climate change.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) is not giving the NBA any slack for how they have used the Rob Elementary School shooting as an opportunity to advocate for more gun control while completely overlooking the atrocities committed by China, its favorite business partner.