Must. Push. Narrative…

I just found this article on my phone “Why US President Donald Trump’s response to Christchurch shooting is dangerous“. Well, having read it I’m none to clear about Trump. But the article… now that’s dangerous. Most Americans were shocked to learn about the massacre of 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch on Friday. They shouldn’t be. The… Continue reading Must. Push. Narrative…

Journalists don’t care

There’s a meme right now where people are telling journalist (especially those just made redundant) to “learn to code”. This is in response to journalists telling other laid off professions to do so. But heaven forbid that they get a taste of their own medicine. "Learn to code" was tweeted at me by a sketchy… Continue reading Journalists don’t care

More on Covington

We now know more than enough to know that Nathan Philips is not trustworthy. Much of the continued progressive hatred for the Covington Kids depends on taking Nathan Phillips at his word. No one should: — David French (@DavidAFrench) January 23, 2019 This TimCast video actually isn’t about Covintongate. It was posted a few… Continue reading More on Covington

Media – WE are the victims here

  Just in case all that’s happened has passed you by, and you still didn’t think that the media does it’s job, Kirsten Powers is here to tell you that they are real victims of all this. Update: you can always tell when the media doesn’t like the story. Update 2: play stupid games win stupid… Continue reading Media – WE are the victims here

No Credible Media

I don’t know what to call this, but I’ll start with the title “No Credible Media”, because it seems to me that the events of this week have really shot any remaining pretense of credibility on the part of the non-conservative media. But the manner in which they’ve done it is jaw-dropping. Let’s review. …but… Continue reading No Credible Media

This is why people no longer trust “fact checking” websites

Can’t get much more ridiculous than this. Politifact, the heavily left-leaning political fact-checking oufit, has truly outdone itself.  The organization crowned President Obama as the 2013 recipient of its annual “lie of the year” designation for his tireless efforts to mislead Americans about being able to keep their existing healthcare plans under Obamacare.  While richly deserved, the decision… Continue reading This is why people no longer trust “fact checking” websites

Don’t trust a characterisation – especially from Dana Milbank

I’ve said many times, you should not trust a characterisation. Check the original source. This is a classic example: The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank, who has an increasing reputation as a shill for the left wing, viciously attacked the Heritage Foundation in a column on Monday evening. The column, “Heritage’s ugly Benghazi panel” characterized the… Continue reading Don’t trust a characterisation – especially from Dana Milbank

Would a Republician Ever Get Away with this?

“CNN asked Biden’s campaign whether it could ask the senator about his earmark requests and his votes on the Bridge to Nowhere. In response, a staffer e-mailed, “You’ve interviewed Gov. Palin re: her completely made up position on the Bridge to Nowhere right?” Apparently the MSM finally picked up that Obama isn’t clean on the… Continue reading Would a Republician Ever Get Away with this?