Published December 19, 2013
Talk about defecating in Sarah Palin’s mouth? You are allowed to resign a few weeks later. Be known as an actor with a violent temper and anger issues who even called his daughter a “pig,” you get rewarded with your own MSNBC show. But run afoul of the LGBT police at GLAAD and you are pulled from one of the most successful shows on cable TV.
Published October 16, 2013
The political parties are fighting in D.C., but journalists have decided another essential issue is facing the American public – the name of a football team.
Published September 11, 2013
We’ve had a full year of media (and White House) misinformation and propaganda on the Benghazi attacks.
Published August 06, 2013
Mark Aug. 5, 2013, on your calendar as the beginning of the end for modern dinosaurs. That’s the day that new media consumed old media.
Published August 01, 2013
The difference between the hard-left media and a school of sharks is … well, there isn’t much difference.
Published July 30, 2013
The liberal reaction to Lauren Green’s interview with author Reza Aslan is a great example of journalists seeing what they choose to see, not reality.
Published July 26, 2013
Forget Obama’s enemies. Even MSNBC turned critic after his latest lame economic speech this week.
Published July 18, 2013
When it comes to the hype surrounding the arrival of the royal baby and royalty, we need to draw the line. This is America. We spent a lot of time telling off the royals, not kissing up to them.
Published July 09, 2013
Egypt isn’t just a problem. It’s a full-fledged disaster, hand-delivered to us by President Obama.
Published June 26, 2013
The Supreme Court struck down parts of the Voting Rights Act Tuesday, and the broadcast networks took America back in time to the civil rights era 37 separate times.