Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Saturday, February 18, 2017
CBS News Political Director: Media Ruined Its Own Reputation: John Dickerson, anchor of CBS's Face the Nation, disagrees with reporters who say President Trump is eroding the national media's credibility, according to the Washington Examiner.
Friday, February 17, 2017
Publishers Hiring 'Sensitivity Readers' to Flag 'Offensive' Books: Is there no form of art and expression safe from the corrosive tentacles of political correctness and identity politics? Spoiler alert: the answer is no.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Poll: Hispanics Support Trump's Deportations & Defunding Sanctuary Cities: Well, well, well. According to a new poll from Secure America Now, Hispanic voters support President Trump taking action on deporting illegal immigrants with criminal records and punishing the approximately 300 sanctuary cities for protecting undocumented criminals.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Wednesday, February 08, 2017
University Stops Formation of Campus Conservative Group Because Leftist Students 'Feel Unsafe': The Daily Caller reports that the student senate at Santa Clara University rejected a petition by Turning Point USA, a conservative activism group, to form a campus chapter. The reason? Opponents of the group complained that having a conservative group on campus would make them feel “unsafe.”
Saturday, February 04, 2017
Good News: 70% of Voters Distrust the Media: A majority of voters now recognize the implicit bias in the news media and more of them reject its influence, according to a new MRC/YouGov poll. Surveyed were 2,006 voters who give concrete evidence that the mainstream media is under fire for its role in trying to manipulate elections. Here are the results:
Friday, February 03, 2017
Thursday, February 02, 2017
Democrats Were For SCOTUS Pick Neil Gorsuch Before They Were Against Him: Democrats are scrambling for any way to hurt the confirmation of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. The media is attacking his mom and Nancy Pelosi is fear-mongerer number one, telling Jake Tapper on Tuesday night that “he’s not your guy” if you care about breathing clean air and stuff.
Trump on CNN: 'I Don’t Like Watching Fake News’: At a meeting with community leaders to discuss the start of Black History month, President Trump set the room in stitches when he mentioned fake news and CNN in the same sentence. The president has come out swinging and he isn’t afraid to accuse the networks of producing fake news and treating Republicans different from Democrats when reporting. And so he did in this circumstance which wasn’t all about the state of journalism, but it never hurts to remind everyone what we’re dealing with.
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
$181 billion in Obama regulations frozen, more coming: President Trump, moving fast to freeze and stop last minute regulations jammed through by former President Obama, has already stopped rules that would have cost businesses and taxpayers $181 billion. According to a new analysis, Trump's actions began on Inauguration Day and had the added benefit of saving 5.5 million hours in paperwork. American Action Forum's Sam Batkins said, It is standard operating procedure for a new president to take stock of the existing regulatory landscape. What was extraordinary was that the previous administration had $181 billion in regulatory burdens, 16 billion-dollar rules, and millions of hours of new paperwork pending in the system. It's unlikely the regulatory freeze lasts for longer than a few months, but it's a certainty that the administration will scrutinize all pending major rules and determine those that adequately protect public health and safety and those that could harm economic growth.
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Thursday, January 26, 2017
47.9%: Obama Had Lower Average Approval Rating Than Nixon or Bush: (CNSNews.com) - President Barack Obama had an average approval rating of 47.9 percent during his time in office ...
Is AP Throwing a Temper Tantrum Over Losing Its Press Briefing Priority?: Since last decade, it's been White House tradition that the press secretary typically calls on an Associated Press reporter to ask the first question at briefings. Trump administration Press Secretary Sean Spicer has not selected AP for the first question at either of his first two briefings, and numerous press outlets have noted that avoidance. It's more than fair to ask, given the tone of the AP's Trump administration coverage so far this week, whether the wire service's reporters are now carrying a horribly unprofessional grudge, causing them to become even more hostile in their reporting than they were during the 2016 election campaign and the presidential transition.
Report: 'Substantial Evidence' Over a Million Illegal Aliens Voted in 2016: Voter fraud in America is a bigger problem than many want to admit. Media figures, politicians, your average Democrat -- all say there’s nothing to worry about. And when someone brings up the concern that millions are voting illegally, they’re written off as paranoid.
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
David Horowitz: Democratic Party Is Marching Off The Cliff: Freedom Center president joins Stuart Varney to discuss the Trump inauguration and his new book, 'Big Agenda.'
Monday, January 23, 2017
Hemingway: Media's Refusal To Vet Obama Cuts Credibility On Trump: Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemmingway joined Fox News's 'Media Buzz' on Sunday to talk about the White House's war against the press.
After Decrying Fake News, Journalists Are Still Binging On Fake News: After spending weeks bemoaning the rise of 'fake news,' journalists have chosen to double down with fake news of their own.