Posts Tagged: media bias

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Here is How the Pro-Choice Crowd Can Win the Debate Once and for All… Or Forever Shut Up

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“Fertility clinics destroy embryos all the time. Why aren’t conservatives after them?” was the title of an article from Margot Kaplan in the Opinion pages of last Sunday’s Washington Post. This is one of those pieces that contains enough ridiculous to write a thousand words or two to counter, but one sentence in particular really got… Read more »

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When Will Republicans Stop Treating the Press Like they’re Journalists? Hillary Gets It.

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Over the Independence Day weekend the Bob Family was visiting Grandma and Grandpa Bob for a few days. One piece of good timing that came of it was that I got to see on Fox News cuts of Megyn Kelly’s recent interview with Mitt Romney (The Bob household “Cut the cord” over a year ago)…. Read more »

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Well THAT Was a Slow News Week. (Guest Post)

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Prior to the string of massive rulings by the Supreme Court that started on Thursday, the news cycle was mostly dominated by some controversy regarding a symbol from a war that was fought 150 years ago. It’s a good thing it was such a slow news week, but in case you missed these trivial, non-newsworthy… Read more »

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Looking Objectively, Hillary’s Handling of the Press Is Brilliant (Guest Post)

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  Nope, that clickbait-worthy headline was not meant to be sarcastic – I’m dead serious. If nothing else, Hillary Clinton’s early presidential campaign strategy has been interesting. She’s been getting tons of press for the fact that she… refuses to talk to the press. The Free Beacon’s Matthew Continetti reports: This strategy of press avoidance… Read more »

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A Day in the Bias of the Washington Post (Guest Post)

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The day I’m referring to actually happened back in February, but it’s no less relevant now. I receive a few daily news updates from The Washington Post that include some headlines and a quick blurb on each. I noticed that when Scott Walker hit his early surge WaPo was usually good for at least one… Read more »

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Forcing Stephanopolous Away from 2016 Election Coverage is Exactly the Wrong Move (Guest Post)

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ABC News has an integrity problem. More specifically, they have a George Stephanopolous problem (Major H/T to Ace of Spades HQ, which provided many of the external links in this post). One quick admin note – throughout this post I’ll be referring to him as George, not out of disrespect as one particularly obnoxious individual likes… Read more »

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Is the Media Trying to Incite Christians to Violence? (Guest Post)

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By now everybody knows how about the thwarted attempt to murder Pam Geller at her “Draw Mohammed” contest in Texas by two Islamic fanatics. What was most disturbing was how our “free” press mostly curled up into a fetal position and bravely begged to be killed last. As Mark Steyn summarized: The Washington Post offered… Read more »

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“Mr. Smith, do you still beat your wife?” and other lies the GOP must contend with in order to win in 2016

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The lies of the left drive American politics. For years we heard the “Bush Lied” mantra chanted endlessly. It didn’t matter that the claim was wrong. A lie is a very specific thing… Saying a falsehood when you know it to be wrong. Bush never did that. While in retrospect the question of Saddam’s WMDs… Read more »

It's clear that GOP candidates aren't going to get the affirmative action treatment Obama got from the press

It’s clear that GOP candidates aren’t going to get the affirmative action treatment Obama got from the press

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  Barack Obama has been the beneficiary of Affirmative Action for most of his life. He benefited from Affirmative Action during his academic career and has admitted as much: “I must say, however, that as someone who has undoubtedly benefited from affirmative action programs during my academic career, and as someone who may have benefited… Read more »