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Ten Questions for the White House

Bill Kristol at The Weekly Standard asks Ten Questions for the White House All good questions. And it pretty much goes without saying that the DeMSM would be camped out on every Republican office-holder’s doorstep if this incident had occurred under a Republican administration. Aren’t there any “reporters” at all the media outlets besides Fox …

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posted by: The Editors @ 2:39 pm October 28, 2012


When is Harry Reid going to resign his leadership position?

Remember back in 2002, when Senator Trent Lott said this at a birthday celebration for Strom Thurmond? — I want to say this about my state: When Strom Thurmond ran for president, we voted for him. We’re proud of it. And if the rest of the country had followed our lead, we wouldn’t have had …

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posted by: The Editors @ 11:21 am September 23, 2012


John Derbyshire and his critics

We’re generally opposed to the idea that a person should lose his livelihood because he says or writes something that other people find offensive, whether the offender is on the right or the left. So we don’t join the growing calls in the blogosphere for John Derbyshire to be fired by National Review for opinions …

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posted by: The Editors @ 3:29 pm April 7, 2012


Democrats pushing social issues, not Republicans

The Democrats often assert that Republicans keep bringing up divisive social issues, ignoring the economy and jobs. And of course the establishment liberal media (the “DeMSM”) help their party to spread this false narrative. Senator Charles Schumer was on ABC News This Week yesterday: …Democrats are focused like a laser on jobs, the economy, and …

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posted by: The Editors @ 8:41 am March 12, 2012


Marriage: Appeals court to decide fate of Prop. 8 on Tuesday

Here’s a good example of liberal bias at work in news media coverage of a controversial issue, from the Los Angeles Times: A federal appeals court is expected to rule Tuesday on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, the 2008 ballot measure that banned gay marriage in California. But this is loaded language. It isn’t neutral …

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posted by: The Editors @ 12:19 pm February 6, 2012


Cain on Romney and religion

Herman Cain on the latest media-generated controversy over Mitt Romney’s religious views (via NRO): Herman Cain refused to wade into the controversy over whether it is accurate to call Mitt Romney a Christian or not. “I’m not running for theologian in chief,” he said on CNN’s State of the Union this morning. “I’m a lifelong …

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posted by: The Editors @ 12:15 pm October 9, 2011


Washington Post offers press release for White House “deficit plan”

In the “news” item from the Washington Post about President Obama’s latest iteration of his same old “deficit reduction” plan, the hackery begins right up top in the title: “Obama’s debt-reduction plan: $3 trillion in savings, half from new tax revenue“. And the item begins: President Obama will announce a proposal on Monday to tame …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:00 am September 19, 2011


Breaking News from 1517: Lutheran Church “Anti-Catholic”

This story from James Oliphant at the Los Angeles Times is just hilarious. It just shows such a glaring ignorance of basic Christian history and theology he should be embarrassed. But he obviously doesn’t know enough to be embarrassed. Taking a page from President Obama’s political playbook, Michele Bachmann has formally left a church in …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:09 am July 16, 2011


Obama Supports, Opposes “Same-Sex Marriage” at Same Time, Lapdog Press Goes Along

It’s hard to choose which is more ridiculous, President Obama’s continuing disingenuous double-talk regarding so-called “same-sex marriage”, or the willingness of so-called “journalists” to go along with the game. After Obama’s press conference today, we get this bizarre abuse of language in a headline from the Los Angeles Times: Obama praises New York on same-sex …

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posted by: The Editors @ 11:47 am June 29, 2011


Newt Gingrich on Meet the Press

Newt Gingrich appeared on Meet the Press this morning, and on a few points it sounded a bit like he’s running in the Democratic Party primary. Gingrich came out opposed to the Republican plan to reform Medicare, instead essentially signing on for the Democrats’ call to wring some waste and fraud out of the current …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:03 am May 15, 2011


Bloomberg Mistakenly Puts Editorial in News Section

On the Bloomberg website today, they seem to have put this editorial in the “News” section by mistake. It begins with a misleading assertion in the headline: Boehner Builds Economic Case on Assertions at Odds With Markets, Studies House Speaker John Boehner, giving Wall Street leaders his prescriptions for growing the U.S. economy and reducing …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:32 am May 11, 2011


The issue is not unions, it’s government employee unions

A common tactic on the left, including in the media, when there’s a discussion of illegal immigration, is to talk about “immigrants” rather than “illegal immigrants”, in order to cloud the issue at hand. A similar dynamic is occurring in the current debate over government employee unions in Wisconsin and elsewhere. Protesters in Wisconsin, and …

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posted by: The Editors @ 10:36 am February 19, 2011


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