This is the second in a three-part series. In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the content and tone of the political rhetoric leftist propagandists use to criticize the proposed GOP health care plans vis-à-vis ObamaCare. In part 2, we will describe the propaganda efforts used by progressives to cite dubious statistics to tar […]
Liberal television host and author Touré Neblett seized on a Politico article published Tuesday. The 2,500-word Politico article focused not on anything policy related, but instead centered entirely around President Donald Trump’s weight. “Politico says Trumpy is the least athletic president in decades which is a nice & polite way of saying he’s a fat […]
Nate Silver undertook an interesting what-if project this week with a story on what would things be like if Hillary Clinton had been elected president. Merrick Garland is on the Supreme Court, and Neil Gorsuch is not. Brian Fallon is the press secretary, and Sean Spicer is not. It is Hillary Clinton under investigation for […]
First of a three-part series. Of a fallen tree all make kindling, says the old proverb. And like most refrains, it conveys an element of truth. The fact that Republicans are having difficulty agreeing on a winning alternative plan to ObamaCare makes both the Senate and House proposals looming targets for critics. The Left’s ultimate goal […]
Obviously, the liberal media is no fan of President Donald Trump, as the campaign cycle and post-inaugural coverage shows. Yet, a recent CNN op-ed wondered if President Trump is having fun in his young presidency. But, nowhere did the op-ed mention how the liberal media is constantly railing against the president, which portrays his administration […]
CNN ran an article on how protesters on Capitol Hill were disruptive, loud and noisy. The piece described the screaming and chaotic behavior of protesters outside the offices of Republican politicians. CNN did name the groups involved: Center for Popular Democracy Housing Works National Nurses United Rise and Resist Positive Women’s Network – USA ACT […]
Climate change alarmism at its best (or worst, depending on your view) at CNN, where a social justice and climate change writer wrote about how the Larson C ice shelf separation from Antarctica should alarm the normal person. Too bad that scientists do not have definitive proof of whether climate change led to the separation […]
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that 88 percent of those who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 would do so again, but you wouldn’t know it by the way the media is reporting it. Here’s the headline from Reuters reporting on its own poll; “Do-over: 1 in 8 people who voted for Trump want to […]
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Conservatives are planning to protest CNN’s “blackmail, doxxing and #CollusionDelusion” outside the network’s headquarters on Saturday in Atlanta. The Media Equality Project (MEP) will be joined by their volunteer leaders, local political activists and Atlanta talk show host Bryan Crabtree according to a press release. Show More Summary
The liberal media runs wild with the alleged Russia collusion with the Trump campaign in 2016, so much so, they obscured the truth of a recent meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The Washington Post first claimed it was an undisclosed meeting at a dinner during the G-20 (Group of 20) […]
CNN claimed that President Donald Trump threatened Nevada Republican senator Dean Heller while on camera yesterday. Republican senators met with the president to discuss the future of health care reform, after it was temporarily scrapped due to increased Republican opposition to the American Health Care Act (AHCA) passed in the House of Representatives. The president […]
President Trump is still supported by many of those who voted for him, per a recent NBC News poll that found his approval rating is at 50% in pro-Trump counties in the Midwest. Though he may be weaker than previous presidents, seven months into his presidency, this poll chips away at the foundation of the […]
Robert Klitzman, director of a masters program in bioethics at Columbia University, says Mike Pence’s comments on Charlie Gard are “alarming” because they seek to “undermine single-payer health systems.” Pence “politicized a tragic story,” Klitzman said, when the vice president told Rush Limbaugh “the American people ought to reflect on the fact that for all the talk […]
The expulsion of ISIS from Mosul by the US-led coalition received coverage, but the US role in killing civilians was uniformly ignored.
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Leading Facebook Aggregation company Distractify has filed a lawsuit against its competitor 22 Words, signaling a big change for copyright and the internet. The post Aggregator vs. Aggregator appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
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He’s baack! Former Vice President Al Gore, who won an Oscar for his highly inaccurate documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, will hold a special town hall on MTV “to open a conversation with young people about the effects of climate change,” according to the network. The special, which will air Aug. 2 at 7:30 p.m., will be called, […]