Today’s newsrooms are so monolithically liberal that all who work in them are utterly blind to the blatantly and overwhelmingly biased product that they produce.
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The words of one of broadcast journalism’s greatest wordsmiths continue to resonate at Christmastime.
Those making predictions of a failed Trump presidency would do well to remember their predictions about his “doomed” candidacy.
The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor because they thought they could get away with it. That calculation came perilously close to being correct.
Why do we still call it the “mainstream media?” Who among the pretty TV news faces lives or works in anything resembling the mainstream of American life?
The left’s romantic construct of Fidel Castro is just that – a construct. The reality of Fidel Castro is both stark and horrifying.
It’s the nearly three-million strong army of federal employees that constitutes the single biggest obstacle standing in Donald Trump‘s way.
The political-class Ivy Leaguers who train back and forth between New York and Washington live in an alternate universe that most ordinary Americans don’t even know exists.