Sports fans checking in on coverage of Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang South Korea might want to brace themselves for unexpected outbursts of liberal preaching from reporters covering the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Over the years the MRC has documented lefty reporters and writers using the games to celebrate socialist policies of the host countries, bash expressions of patriotism and even work in jabs against Republicans, like when Bryant Gumbel, in 2006, complained that the “paucity” of black athletes “makes the Winter Games look like a GOP convention.” The following is a compilation of some of the most outrageous Olympic outbursts from media figures over the years, as culled from the MRC’s archives.
Following the Republican victory in passing sweeping tax cuts for all American taxpayers on Wednesday, they and President Trump held a gathering at the White House where they touted their win before the press. During the various victory speeches from Republican members of Congress, nearly all of them praised the President for his leadership.
It's been 15 years since September 11, 2001, and U.S. combat forces have been engaged in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere in the Global War on Terror. In that time, George Bush and Barack Obama have awarded eighteen brave men with the Congressional Medal of Honor – America's merica’s highest military decoration. Among the honorees, seven were bestowed posthumously, highlighting the ultimate nature of their sacrifices. Below, we list the eleven living heroes and a short description of their selfless actions in combat.
Today co-host Matt Lauer is set moderate NBC’s Commander-in-Chief Forum Wednesday night, where he will quiz Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on the most pressing national security issues facing the United States. However, given Lauer’s bizarre antics on the network’s morning show, one wonders if NBC couldn’t find someone with a little more gravitas to host the presidential campaign event. Viewer warning: The following images are quite disturbing.
Friendly news media don’t tell the whole truth about unions. One particular union gets better treatment than the others -- the Communications Workers of America. CWA includes the news media itself, meaning many so-called neutral reporters, editors and producers are actually union employees. This Labor Day, it’s important to remember that when you look for the union label, it’s only many in the media.
Recapping the media's most outrageously biased moments during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.