The Dems and the media were so certain that Donald Trump was going down. And then Robert Mueller released his report.
Tagged: Mainstream Media
Donald Trump’s real opposition comes from Anderson Cooper, Joe Scarborough, Chuck Todd, George Stephanopoulus and the rest of the glittering galaxy of smug, condescending, self-satisfied elite media liberals.
It’s a cage match between Donald Trump and the establishment media.
If we had a properly functioning fourth estate there would be some honest, probing and thoughtful reporting on the serious issues that now confront American society.
The Atlanta Falcons before they are finished will completely understand how they blew the Super Bowl. You’d think that Democrats who lost a winnable election would want a similar understanding.
Even though it is quite evident that they don’t know it yet, the media paid a dear price for their nearly decade-long love affair with Barack Obama.
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?
Purely for the mental exercise, let’s imagine that during the presidency of George W. Bush it came to light that the IRS singled out MoveOn.org or Planned Parenthood or some other liberal group for special scrutiny.
Miss Campbell was a sweet old lady. She was among the last of a large cohort of American women. The Miss Campbells of the mid-20th century had three things in common. They never married. They unapologetically retained the title ‘Miss’. And they taught school. These women once constituted a sizable plurality of American school teachers. By the late 1960s, they were nearing the end of their careers and were being replaced by younger, married, fertile...
War is serious business. Losing a war has serious consequences. The president doesn’t want to lose and he replaced the team that was heading in that direction with a team that is getting the job done. You’d think everyone would be happy. Think again. First, the media reports progress in Iraq only cursorily and only grudgingly. Second, the Congress seems to just wish the whole thing would go away, consequences be damned. But if we...