WASHINGTON: NBC’s Chuck Todd is among those journalists who only want to destroy President Trump and America. On this Sunday’s broadcast of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has a verbal throwdown with Chuck Todd who is seemingly unable to accept that Johnson supports the President. A typical response from the never-Trump media. ...
The 300-plus editorial boards involved in this week's coordinated editorial attack on President Trump represent the dying gasp of an egregiously biased news media industry.
Sharyl Attkisson starts a provocative discussion with a provocative chart illustrating with considerable clarity, the media’s pervasive leftist bias.
The New York Times opposes Trump, saying they may have an obligation not to report on him objectively while ridiculing his "scary," pro-growth economic plan.
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 24, 2015—The backlash against Ann Telnaes’ feeble and now 86’d attempt at political humor—that notoriously racist online cartoon depicting Ted Cruz’ two young daughters as trained monkeys—continues today. It demonstrates once again the abiding distaste of a growing number of Americans for this country’s so-called “independent” news media. Read also: Washington Post sends ...
WaPo's Ann Telnaes' cartoon, along with her social media remarks, intentionally depict Ted Cruz' young daughters as monkeys. Fresh evidence of anti-GOP bias in media.
It all makes one wonder why the Republican establishment continues to permit the MSM to host any purely Republican debates at all.
Once upon a time, Rolling Stone was a credible magazine that offered great music reviews and credible social issue news. Those were the days my friends.
OCALA, Fla., May 12, 2014 — Divisions between America’s political left and right or more extreme than at any other time in modern history. The disputes between the camps boil well out of partisan politics’ realm, directly into the heart of our mass media. The rise of cable news networks, talk radio, and perhaps most ...
Many people happily remember the days when alphabet networks and urban newspapers dominated our country's media structure.
From which side of the political spectrum does news with views usually come?
Media bias is something that every one of us, irrespective of political philosophy, ought to be concerned about.
Once-invincible print periodicals have fallen on their knees or closed their doors for good.