Accuracy in Media

Liberal Media Cannot Avoid Good Economic News for Trump

Even though the Trump administration has not been able to implement many of their deregulatory policies, the economic numbers released on Friday indicate there is some economic progress on the horizon. The Department of Labor reported that the number of employed Americans went up, the labor force participation rate increased slightly (0.1%) and added 220,000 […]

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Pro-Clinton New York Times Reporters Criticize Trump during ‘Live Analysis’ of Press Conference

Pro-Clinton reporters at the New York Times, Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman, railed against Trump during a live reaction thread to Trump’s press conference to announce his new Labor secretary nominee R. Alexander Acosta. Thrush said, “The West Wing is not running like a fine-tuned machine, according to absolutely everybody not named Trump, Spicer, Bannon or Priebus.” […]

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Liberal Media Criticized by Trump for ‘Fake News’ and Stories of ‘Chaos’

During his press conference to announce his new Department of Labor secretary nominee, R. Alexander Acosta, President Donald Trump criticized the liberal media for “fake news” and not calling him when writing pieces critical of him and his presidency (in addition to running pieces depicting his presidency in “chaos”). For example, according to CNN, Trump […]

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New Labor Secretary Nominee is R. Alexander Acosta, a Law School President

Acosta is the current president of the Florida International University law school and will replace Andrew Puzder, who withdrew from the confirmation process after the Left’s outcry about his business background and an accusation of spousal abuse during his divorce proceedings. USA Today noted the following about Acosta: Acosta, the first Latino Trump has picked for […]

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CNN Misreported GOP Senators’ Support of Trump Cabinet Nominee

Our friend Mary Chastain at Legal Insurrection found out that CNN reported four GOP senators were planning on withholding their vote for Donald Trump’s Labor Secretary Pick Andrew Puzder. However, after she did some digging, she found out that the four GOP senators (Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Susan Collins of Maine, Johnny Isakson of Georgia, and South Carolina’s […]

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Obama Labor Secretary Tom Perez Calls Trump Transition Questions ‘Illegal’, but Offers Little Proof

CBS News reported that Tom Perez, the Labor Secretary for Obama, called the Trump transition team’s questions on climate change research “illegal,” but neither CBS News or Perez detailed how it is illegal. Labor Secretary Tom Perez called presidential transition questions sent to government agencies like the Energy department, seeking to identify employees who worked on […]

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Media Spins Monthly Jobs Report

According to a Rasmussen Poll conducted last March, over 80 percent of likely U.S. voters see the economy as a “very important” issue going into this November.  A strong economy leads to a strong and prosperous country.  A good indicator of the strength of the economy is the number of jobs created.  Despite the national […]

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July 2017

7/10/2017 - Liberal Media Cannot Avoid Good Economic News for Trump

February 2017

2/17/2017 - Pro-Clinton New York Times Reporters Criticize Trump during ‘Live Analysis’ of Press Conference

2/17/2017 - Liberal Media Criticized by Trump for ‘Fake News’ and Stories of ‘Chaos’

2/17/2017 - New Labor Secretary Nominee is R. Alexander Acosta, a Law School President

2/15/2017 - CNN Misreported GOP Senators’ Support of Trump Cabinet Nominee

December 2016

12/29/2016 - Obama Labor Secretary Tom Perez Calls Trump Transition Questions ‘Illegal’, but Offers Little Proof

May 2016

5/19/2016 - Obama’s “Career Killer” Overtime Rules Blasted by Businesses

January 2016

1/27/2016 - Federal Gov’t Considering Removing ‘He’ & ‘She’ to Avoid Bias

April 2015

4/4/2015 - Obama’s Dept of Labor doesn’t get $60 Million in Back Wages to Low-Wage Workers

May 2012

5/15/2012 - Media Spins Monthly Jobs Report