April 16, 2024

Media

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Did DOJ spy on Benghazi reporter Sharyl Attkisson?
A Senate committee chairman is re-opening the case of the Obama administration’s alleged surveillance of journalist Sharyl Attkisson, who was investigating the Obama-era Benghazi and “Fast and Furious” scandals. Read More.
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Covington Catholic student prevails in lawsuit against CNN
CNN on Tuesday agreed to settle a lawsuit with Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann, according to a report by Cincinnati’s Fox19. Read More.
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Critics hit media chorus glorifying Soleimani
A senior analyst for Israel’s Channel 12 News Ehud Yaari slammed leftist media personalities and politicians for their criticism of President Donald Trump’s ordering of the drone strike which killed Qasem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Read More.
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Biased? NBC's Chuck Todd reveals belief system
Media personality Chuck Todd’s contempt for President Donald Trump and his supporters has been well established. During Sunday’s broadcast of Meet the Press, Todd threw in a "twist of anti-Christian bigotry" for good measure. Read More.
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Korean conservatives resort to YouTube, tune out media
Distrust in the mainstream media is not limited to the U.S. but is said to be more intense in South Korea which lacks conservative alternative media and is facing what earlier would have seemed impossible: the threat of a left-wing dictatorship. Read More.
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A national outrage staged by criminal abusers of power
The day after Christmas, the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached yet another all-time high. Over 100 Dow Jones highs have been recorded during the three-year Trump Presidency. Read More.
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Unreported: 1,500 pedophile arrests in Trump's first year
President Donald Trump is making good on his pledge to use the “full force and weight” of the U.S. government to break up child sex trafficking rings and lock up sexual predators. Read More.
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Two words from Justice Gorsuch causes twitterquake
For not-so-cheerful leftists, Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch committed two atrocities in a matter of minutes on Tuesday. Read More.
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Judgement Day: President called for prayer; Veteran reporter's synopsis
As the partisan impeachment process moved toward a vote in the House of Representatives, President Donald Trump asked Americans to turn to their faith. Read More.
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Time’s person of the year: Who, if not the Hong Kong protester?
In naming Greta Thunberg its Person of the Year, Time chose a “teenager who skipped school to travel around the world telling people that they are horrible and the planet is doomed. It’s a living,” The Federalist publisher Ben Domenech wrote in a Dec. 11 op-ed. Read More.
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Big story: Brit press finds Clinton-Epstein newsworthy
It's a political scandal story with tabloid sizzle that is of interest to most Americans of all political stripes. But the involvement of Bill and Hillary Clinton in the Jeffrey Epstein network has been largely ignored by the corporate media in the United States. Not so "across the pond." Read More.
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Fed up: Nunes sues CNN for ‘false hit piece’
Rep. Devin Nunes has filed a $435 million defamation lawsuit against CNN for the leftist cable network’s report which claimed the California Republican had in 2018 traveled to Austria to dig up dirt on Joe Biden. Read More.
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'Cult': Major media test new smear of Trump, supporters
From Trump-Russia “collusion” to impeachment “bombshells”, the corporate media seems to be working in constant unison to bash the current occupant of the White House. Their latest: If you support President Donald Trump you are a member of a “cult.” Read More.
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Photo of Biden being ignored in Iowa cafe shocks press corps
A diner at a Iowa cafe, told that Joe Biden had been vice president under President Barack Obama, said: "Are you serious? Ohhhhh. I’m not an Obama fan. This is Republican country." Read More.
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Foundations to fund 'journalists' in American newsrooms
The claim by The Associated Press that it delivers “unbiased news” has invited scrutiny with the announcement that it will get a funding infusion from The GroundTruth Project which plans to place “journalists” in American newsrooms. Read More.

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