Ethan and Hila Klein, better known as H3H3, have won summary judgment in their case against Matt Hoss. Though an important victory, it's not quite over yet. The post H3H3 Wins Summary Judgment appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
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The ongoing corruption trial of U.S. Senator Robert “Bob” Menendez could throw a wrench in the plans of the Democratic Party to stall the Republican agenda. Why? Menendez has tried to get reprieves from his corruption trial to go vote on bills in Washington, D.C., but has so far been denied that chance by a […]
CNN’s Jim Acosta is unhappy with how the Trump White House is allegedly marginalizing him and his network during press briefings, so much so that he claimed that Fox News was treated better by the Obama White House. James Rosen, who works for Fox News, corrected the record and pointed out how the Obama administration […]
GQ Correspondent Keith Olbermann showed he’s still a classy guy when he called Education Secretary a MotherFer while responding to a tweet she issued during Hurricane Harvey on Saturday. Our prayers are with all those in the path of #HurricaneHarvey. @usedgov stands ready to assist impacted schools. — Betsy DeVos (@BetsyDeVosED) August 26, 2017 About […]
The liberal once fawned over newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron, who spurned the major political parties to run as a kind of anti-establishment insider figure. However, after news broke of how he spends $30,000 on makeup, it tarnished his already-deteriorating public image and approval among the French public. It appears the liberal media, like the […]
CNN correspondent Jim Acosta, a constant critic of President Donald Trump, tweeted (i.e. posted on a social media network) about what the Trump administration is going to do to keep Texans safe: Good morning Mr. President… what is your administration doing about the hurricane to keep Texans safe? — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) August 25, 2017 […]
Losing campaign managers for two electoral campaigns formed a joint effort to combat election hacking. Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign manager, Matt Rhoades, and Hillary Clinton’s manager, Robby Mook, have formed a group to combat possible election hacking by the likes of Russia. The project will be headquartered at Harvard University under the name “Defending Digital […]
Hey South Texans, the three feet of rain from Hurricane Harvey may not be your biggest problem this week. According to the Washington Post, it may be white supremacists. “When crises of state and storm collide in an already anxious nation, the thirst for stability has led too many to the well of white supremacy,” […]
Leftists have been trying to get rid of President Trump since he became the Republican nominee. They have arranged a special prosecutor investigation into his campaign’s alleged ties with Russia. They have revealed tapes of him saying crass things in the distant past. They have purchased dossiers from shady British faux intelligence agents. None of […]
The violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia were fueled by the liberal media coverage of the protests, said Accuracy in Media’s Donald Irvine. In a recent interview, Mr. Irvine pointed out how protesters arrived in droves in the city and were there to cause trouble, due to media crews being in town to cover the protests: […]
Valerie Plame Wilson, a former CIA official, has a history with Republicans, mostly negative. She was outed by the Bush administration as a CIA spy, which led to her cover being blown and her spy career ended, and won the court case to punish the Bush administration official (Scooter Libby) who was responsible for her […]
Like clockwork, pundits responded to the Afghanistan speech by rushing to praise Trump for his "presidential" decision. There is nothing quite as presidential as expanding an unending war that has left many thousands of Muslim civilians dead.
MSNBC’s Morning Joe panel mocked ESPN on Wednesday for removing a broadcaster named Robert Lee from an upcoming name at the University of Virginia, because they were concerned that he would become a distraction since he shared the same name as the famed Confederate general. “We collectively made the decision with Robert to switch games […]
On Tuesday night in Phoenix, President Trump delivered a prosecutor’s summation of the case he has made against the media over the last two years. They lied, he said. They sneered. They badgered. They edited, omitted and ignored anything that smacked of good news. They abandoned journalistic principles with their embrace of anonymous sources. If […]
There is a new rule from our friends on the authoritarian left: If you’re going to support President Donald Trump, you better be careful where you do it. Only in the comfort of your home, says the Black Entertainment Television website. “In light of recent events,” it intoned on Monday, “Donald Trump’s ‘Make America Great […]
Reuters published a couple of headlines that were erroneous, which is embarrassing. The news outlet published an article on the ESPN-Robert Lee controversy, where ESPN moved an Asian announced by the name of Robert Lee due to alleged concerns that his name was too similar to Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Instead of calling a […]
Clay Travis, a sports personality at FOX Sports and a rival network of ABC/ESPN, reported yesterday that ESPN sent around an internal memo where they reassigned a sports play-by-play broadcaster named Robert Lee to another college football game broadcast. Lee was originally scheduled to broadcast a college football game between the University of Virginia and […]
Episode 86. In this week’s episode, Don and Brian analyze President Trump’s Phoenix, Az rally, Steve Bannon’s White House departure, ESPN’s Robert Lee facepalm, Trump’s Afghanistan 180, Hillary Clinton being “creeped out” by Trump and more. Please SUBSCRIBE on iTunes. SoundCloud audio is below.
Controversy over Confederate statues somehow has found its way its way into college football. ESPN announced Tuesday that it was switching broadcasters for games on Sept. 2 so that an announcer named Robert Lee would not be assigned to Charlottesville for the William and Mary-at-University of Virginia football game. In a statement to Accuracy in Media Tuesday […]