CNN, hardly a source of neutral, fair or balanced news reporting and punditry, took a shot at the conservative media. Some of the news organizations named are LifeZette, Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, but CNN saved most of its criticism for Fox News (a chief competitor and one that CNN has not come close […]
Wait, so Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, a well-respected neurosurgeon, is called a doctor fewer times than Jill Biden, who has a doctorate in education? What?!
Bill Kristol makes a point about Hillary Clinton’s employment of identity politics against primary opponents like Bernie Sanders:
This week, the House will vote on limiting 20-week abortions, or as Rand Paul put it, bans on aborting five-month-old babies in the womb.
Here’s a good article explaining why Indiana passed and signed a RFRA (or Religious Freedom Restoration Act) within the last week, which will actually make sense if you read the law and this article. You’re welcome.
Harry Reid, the Democratic Minority Leader from Nevada, is blocking a sex trafficking bill in the Senate because of an abortion provision. Weekly Standard senior writer John McCormack has a take on Reid’s blocking actions: And this true description by Phil Kerpen of American Commitment about the media’s true intentions:
So much for Hillary Clinton being for women’s pay equality and that whole gender pay gap myth, right? The top 8 earners at the Clinton Foundation are… men.
I’ll leave an excerpt here. Well-written, well-put piece: “As of 2013, The Daily Show was bringing in approximately 2 million nightly viewers. And according to an exhaustive Pew Survey from 2012, 39 percent of The Daily Show’s regular viewers are between the ages of 18 and 29. That means that approximately 780,000 millennials are regular Daily Showwatchers. In […]
If you think about it, who else can the Democrats offer as a potential 2016 candidate other than Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders (technically an independent but votes Democrat)?
The Washington Post narrative surrounding the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups is that it began as a scandal involving low-level employees at a Cincinnati office, the “Determinations Unit,” a natural outgrowth of an increase in political activity by these groups. This belies other reporting by the Post’s Fact-Checker, which indicates that there was little growth […]
3/28/2017 - CNN: Conservative Media is Fractured over Trump
10/29/2015 - Analysis: New York Times Calls Jill Biden a Doctor 3X as Much as Ben Carson
10/27/2015 - “There’s a Lot of Sexism in the Democratic Party,” says Weekly Standard Editor
5/10/2015 - House will Vote on 20 Week Abortion Limit
3/29/2015 - Indiana’s RFRA doesn’t Discriminate against Gays
3/17/2015 - Harry Reid Blocks Sex Trafficking Bill due to Abortion Provision
3/6/2015 - Clinton Foundation’s Top Earners? Top 8 are Men
2/12/2015 - The Myth of Jon Stewart’s Millennials
1/30/2015 - The Democratic Presidential Candidate Bench is very Thin
5/22/2013 - IRS Scandal Reaches the White House