A Washington Post columnist tells us to lower expectations — in effect, to embrace the economic suck of short inventories and staffing and endless delays.
Progressive activist Cornel West, a Harvard professor, calls it a “spiritual catastrophe”. Incredibly, all of the panelists on MSNBC’s Morning Joe agree with Dr. West.
Mollie Hemingway, at TheFederalist.com, says the so-called “Battle of Lafayette Square” — in which unprovoked cops attacked peaceful protestors with tear gas canisters to clear a path for President Trump’s awkward Bible photo op — is not what every major news source said it was. Her account largely agrees with a statement from the acting […]
Joseph Allen, Harvard professor of exposure assessment, says there’s a safe path for return to air travel in the age of COVID-19, in large part because cabin air gets circulated and filtered like a medical-grade isolation room under CDC guidelines. Read Joseph Allen’s piece in the Washington Post: “Airplanes Don’t Make You Sick. Really.“ This […]
Washington Post columnist Max Boot lays out how President Franklin Roosevelt would have run WWII if he did it like President Trump is handling the COVID-19 pandemic. He concludes that if Trump led during World War II, you’d be reading Boot’s column in German. Sign up for Patriot Post email alerts (FREE) and get your […]
President Donald Trump is doing three things that should “scare the hell out of Democrats” according to Jonathan Capehart in the Washington Post. Bill Whittle thinks Capehart almost gets it, and then goes wildly off the rails. Can Trump’s historic campaign war chest, plus his outreach to Blacks and Latinos virtually assure his reelection? Visit […]
The lede spells out just why so many conservatives overlooked their concerns, and voted for Donald Trump, and why many more will do so in November 2020.
“After three years in office President Donald has remade the federal judiciary, ensuring a conservative tilt for decades, and cementing his legacy no matter the outcome of November’s election.”
There’s bipartisan agreement that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is inefficient, using antiquated and vulnerable computer systems. But after 18 months of trying to eliminate an agency that employs 5,500 bureaucrats, President Trump now says he won’t.
The Washington Post publishes documents released through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about the U.S. war in Afghanistan, claiming they show that U.S. officials promoted a rosy view of progress, when behind the scenes they knew the war was unwinnable.
In September, President Trump told states by executive order that they can ban refugees, but as of now, not one state has taken him up on the offer. Trump capped refugee arrivals at 18,000 — down from an Obama administration high of 110,000.
The IRS grants the Salt Lake Tribune newspaper nonprofit status, setting a precedent for the survival of journalism in the 21st century. Will donors who crave fairness and accuracy make tax-free donations to the Tribune, or The New York Times? Does abandoning the pursuit of profit free journalists to tell the unvarnished truth without taint of opinion.
Facebook’s recently-announced news tab will provide a reliable place for Americans to find accurate reporting, credible journalism and truthiness — far from the fake news and disinformation of social media. Is this good news for fact-hungry Americans and a rebirth of actual journalism, or is it the final death knell of the great American newspaper, […]
Saturday Night Live reportedly believed that comedian Shane Gillis would appeal to conservatives, so they hired him in a shameless play for a bigger audience going into the 45th season of the once-great sketch-comedy show. Then they fired Gillis within hours.
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.
Democratic-Socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he’ll stop greedy fat cats from buying, merging, and closing news outlets. The Columbia Journalism Review gives spaces to this “Bernie saves journalism” plan. Would the truth get out more under President Bernie Sanders, or is he merely disturbed that the Democratic party’s PR firm shrinks as the Internet continues killing newspapers?