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Special Counsel Mueller Will Get His Man

It looks like the plan is to drag out the Mueller probe for a couple of years, so that the Democratic Party can take back the House of Representatives in 2018 and initiate impeachment proceedings against Trump.

Arms Deal Stories Omit War Crimes Arms Will Be Used For

The vast majority of the reports on the Trump/Saudi arms deal omitted a rather key piece of context—namely, whom the weapons will be used to kill.

Review: A Fragile Trust

There’s not much left that can be said about the Jayson Blair scandal. The New York Times, the paper where Blair worked, spent more than 7,000 words on it in the immediate aftermath. Jayson Blair wrote a critically and commercially-panned book on it. Show More Summary

Fox News’ Primetime Ratings Unravel, MSNBC Claims No. 1 Spot for the First Time Ever

Fox News’ primetime ratings continue to tumble after the departure of longtime host Bill O’Reilly. The once impregnable primetime lineup built by the late Roger Ailes, and torn asunder by the Murdoch brothers, finished third in the advertiser-coveted A25-54 demo last week. The last time that happened was June 9, 2000. After Fox fired O’Reilly […]

3 Count: You’re Out

Supreme Court denies Abbott & Costello heirs writ in case against Hand to God, ReDigi receives expedite appeal and Vodlocker creates new piracy API. The post 3 Count: You’re Out appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Trump is the First Sitting President to Visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem

President Donald Trump is the first sitting American president to visit the Western Wall, which he did yesterday. Other presidents have visited the Western Wall, but as candidates or former presidents, such as Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and his father George H.W. Bush. Even the likes of the liberal media, such as […]

Media Makes a Big Deal out of a Hand Swat by Melania Trump

This is a non-story, isn’t it? Melania Trump, the First Lady of the United States, swatted the hand of her husband, President Donald Trump, and it was caught on video. The video clip went viral, meaning a lot of people saw it, and it led to speculation about why she swatted her husband’s hand. Can’t […]

Washington Post Defended Obama’s ‘Bow’ in Piece about Trump’s Alleged Bow in Saudi Arabia

The Washington Post did some digging, and to be fair, it gave context to the ‘American presidents do not bow to foreign leaders’ controversy. President Donald Trump did not bow, as the Left and liberal media alleged, but dipped his head so he could receive a Saudi Arabian civilian medal from Saudi Arabia’s King Salman. […]

CNN: Trump ‘called a hypocrite’ for Saudi Arabia Bow

CNN ran with the headline, “Trump called a hypocrite for Saudi king bow,” and drew a direct contrast to former President Barack Obama’s infamous bow before the Saudi Arabian monarch. Predictable for a network bent on being an anti-Trump voice, isn’t it? Too bad that CNN did not note that it was not a bow […]

Harvard Report: President Trump ‘Received Unsparing Coverage’ by the Media, Mostly Negative

Liberals might yawn at the prospect of yet another study showing overwhelming media bias against a Republican president but this report does not come from a right-wing think tank. Instead, it comes from one of their favorite think tanks. Harvard University’s Shorestein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy released a report last week that indicated there […]

Fighting Communism in California

In February, California senator Janet Nguyen (R-Santa Ana), the country’s first Vietnamese-American state legislator, whose district includes more than 100,000 people of Vietnamese descent, was removed from the Senate chamber after objecting...Show More Summary

Trump Presidency Takedown Effort is Underway

The injustice here, and the double standard, is that there was never a media frenzy like this during the Obama years, nor a special counsel appointed or even contemplated.

Harvard Study: Media Coverage of Trump’s First 100 Days Overwhelmingly Negative

A new report from the Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard confirms what many conservatives have suspected for months—that news coverage of President Trump’s first 100 days in office has been overwhelmingly negative. The report analyzed news reports in the print editions of The New York Times, The Wall Street […]

The David Clarke Plagiarism Scandal

Yet another figure close to President Trump faces allegations of plagiarism. However, the David Clarke plagiarism scandal is a bit different... The post The David Clarke Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Attack Ads

Photographer sues RNC over use of her image in an attack ad, Wikipedia launches campaign for Australian fair use and John Steele finally disbarred. The post 3 Count: Attack Ads appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Democratic Senator Admits No Evidence of Trump-Russia Collusion So Far

Despite all the hoopla and hubbub by the Left and the liberal media, there is no evidence emerging in the investigation of whether the Russian government colluded with President Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election cycle. Let’s hear what Democratic U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein had to say to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer:

Washington Post’s Latest Story on Trump-Russia Investigation is Vague

The Washington Post made it seem that a top White House official who works for President Trump is under investigation in the Trump-Russia investigation. But, upon further analysis, the Post is vague in their wording, per the Washington Examiner’s T. Becket Adams: The Post’s Friday scoop, however, which alleges federal officials have identified a top White […]

NBC News Took Aim at Conservative Media Coverage of Trump-Russia News

NBC News, hardly a neutral news source, decided it was worth looking at conservative media outlets’ coverage of President Trump and the ongoing investigation of possible ties between his campaign and the Russian government. What did they come up with? It rambled on about Fox News’ coverage of the investigation, highlighting the likes of Bret […]

Study: Journalists have a Poor Diet, Consume Too Much Alcoholic Drinks

Per a new study, journalists have a poor diet and consume too many alcoholic drinks (the following is excerpted from the study): “Less than 5% of journalists drank enough water (recommended at approximately 8 glasses a day, or 500ml for every 15kg of body weight). “On average journalists drank around 3 glasses of water a […]

NBC News Highlighted Small-Town, Pro-Trump Democratic Mayor who Lost to Young Challenger

As if a small-town mayoral election is showing there is anti-Trump sentiment in Trump country (i.e. western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and West Virginia). NBC News heralded the defeat of 79-year-old mayor of Monessen, Louis Mavrakis, to a 26-year-old assistant band director at a local high school named Matt Shorraw. Monessen is located in western Pennsylvania, […]

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