The National Football League plans to feature ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ — which some have dubbed the ‘Black National Anthem’ — before its 2020 Week One football games. Former NFL player Donte Stallworth, in a New Times op-ed, asks ‘Why?’
The New York Times waited 19 days after the new broke elsewhere before reporting on sexual assault allegations by Tara Reade against Joe Biden. While the encounter dates back to 1993, the Times’ previous coverage of ultimately-unfounded and old charges against Brett Kavanaugh broke much more quickly. Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet says they just […]
Come with Bill Whittle on a Caribbean cruise May 15-18, out of the port of Miami, headed for the Bahamas. Get the details and book your cabin. Best conservative memes ever at The Patriot Post: America’s News Digest Thomas P. Edsall, an op-ed writer for The New York Times, marvels why President Trump survives in […]
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg getting into the presidential race would be a gift to Democrats, America and the world, according to Bret Stephens in The New York Times. Could the billionaire whom Trump calls “Little Michael” neutralize the president’s massive fundraising advantage, as well as some GOP critiques of Democrats, because Bloomberg reportedly doesn’t hate America, hate Israel or hate cops?
The New York Times runs an uncorroborated, single-source, decades-old, piece of gossip about now-Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a college party. The woman in question won’t talk, and her friends say she has no recollection of the alleged incident.
The NY Times’ accurate headline about a President Trump speech angers readers — some of whom cancel subscriptions — and sparks an emergency meeting where the executive editor calls the headline “an f-ing mess.” What fueled this outrage and chaos?
A manifesto posted by the El Paso shooter echoes “invasion” rhetoric used by conservative media figures like Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Tucker Carlson, Pat Buchanan, Laura Ingraham and other FoxNews commentators — as well as by President Trump — to refer to illegal immigration.
The New York Times has transcripts of Donald Trump’s IRS tax returns from 1985-94. They show huge business losses of $1.17 billion in a decade, and profits from shady deals in which Trump bought stock, spread false rumors of a take-over, then sold his stock quickly at a profit. Will revelations from this “bombshell” story have any effect on Trump supporters or his reelection chances? Do Democrats now have additional reason to press for release of his last six years of tax returns?