This is the final paragraph and correction end-note of an article published about Pope Francis by the New York Times. I am not making it up. Easter is the celebration of Jesus’s resurrection from the dead, three days after he was crucified, the premise for the Christian belief in an everlasting life. In urging peace, [...]
Tag: Media Bias
No. We are not going to do this now.
I have quite a bit of catching up to do on these show posts. Time and tight schedules get us all from time to time and, well, I got gotten good. Episode 167 has a few nifty little riffs, if I do say so myself, on the subject of media bias and how it played [...]
I don’t know about you all, but I usually take opinions polls with a dino-killer asteroid-sized grain of salt. I’ve seen people talk to pollsters, on the phone or on the street, and I know darned well that a lot of them aren’t particularly honest to the poor schlubs with the clipboards and scripts. Of [...]
This evening, the President took a swing by David Letterman’s show to get a little tongue bath from a man who once made a crude sex joke on the air about Sarah Palin’s 14-year old daughter. During the interview, Barack Obama launched a little attack against Mitt Romney in which he said this: Pres Obama [...]
Oh, William Saletan, you are so close. Just drop the blinding stupidity of political correctness and you’ll be able to write what you should write with real boldness. Dear Muslims, Christians, Hindus, and Jews, You’re living in the age of the Internet. Your religion will be mocked, and the mockery will find its way to [...]
Brian Williams was right last night when he said the story of Operation Fast and Furious and yesterday’s contempt hearing was complex. Perhaps if he and the rest of his merry MSM brigade had reported diligently on the story, it’d be easier to understand.
If you rounded up all the people who have done more than desultory reporting on the Fast and Furious scandal, you could get them all in the banquet room of the average Old Country Buffet and still have plenty of space left over. I was fortunate enough to have one of those few, journalist for [...]
The big lie most often told by the MSM is that they know better than you what is and is not news. Every day, though, you can find an example of just how untrue that assertion really is. I kick off Episode 143 with a tale of funny Obamacare math, a newspaper article that got [...]