Fake news is alive and well. No wonder more people are tuning out the media. They don’t trust it. And outlets like the New York Times aren’t giving them any reason to try.
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Like much of the reporting from the liberal press over the last sixty years, today’s corporate journalists are still committed to a vision of how the world should work rather than how it actually works.
Recently, a photo was released of Barack Obama meeting with Louis Farrakhan. The photo had been suppressed all these years to protect Obama’s career.
On January 25, 2018, the New York Times ran an op-ed by Sam Brinton under the headline, “Tortured in Gay Conversion Therapy.”
Because the media only hires nominal conservatives who already agree with liberals, liberals have no idea what real conservatives think or why.
In Tuesday’s NY Times, Thomas Friedman raised an interesting, yet bogus point: ‘If only Stephen Paddock had been a Muslim.’
The New York Times spent much of the 1930s publishing Walter Duranty’s astoundingly dishonest reports about how wonderfully everything was going, inside Stalin’s Russia.
In stark contrast, the New York Times headline proclaimed, “Federal Court Lifts Injunction on Mississippi Anti-Gay Law.” And it gets worse from there – much worse.
When I was a newspaper reporter, the reporters I reported with were a skeptical and contentious bunch. They took nobody’s word for anything.
The New York Times recently published a lengthy postmortem on the effects that the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails and the bureau’s investigation into Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Russia
The progressive media, and their left-wing allies, have been on an endless binge of Trump-bashing that began even before he took office as president.
If President Trump’s antagonists are resisting anything, it is the call to civility – the willingness to agree to disagree but to work within the system.
Last weekend on Face the Nation, CBS’s John Dickerson suggested that announcing the Democrat media are “enemies of the people” as President Trump has done, may incite some to commit acts of violence.
The Fake News crusade began with BuzzFeed, more than any other member of the media, and it deservedly ends there. Margaret Sullivan had cited claims about Fake News from BuzzFeed
New York Times columnist Jim Rutenberg suggested reporters abandon their objectivity and engage in “oppositional” journalism, because Donald Trump was “an abnormal and potentially dangerous candidate.”
Just in time to bring some holiday cheer to America, the New York Times editorial board is crying over the failure of North Carolina lawmakers to repeal H.B. 2.
The New York Times is claiming the ability to expose “fake news.” But it was so-called “fake news” from The New York Times helped bring Fidel Castro to power.
The NYT sees its profits plummet, and doubles down on unfair and imbalanced. They are beings from an alternate universe – more alien than the illegals crossing our southern border.
Hillary regards people as widgets, not human beings deserving of dignity. Most assuredly, Hillary will be literal death to millions of unborn babies who she finds no reason to regard as human beings.
In 1995, the New York Times featured an article by Brett Pulley, “Crowning the Comeback King,” applauding Trump for his business acumen whereby he turned his business loss around to rebuild his fortune.
Today’s eulogy comes courtesy of the New York Times, which devoted a front-page story to familiar faces in the battle over religious liberty: Betty and Dick Odgaard.
A similar talent is needed to read the New York Times these days — especially an editorial about North Carolina’s “bathroom protection bill,” House Bill 2.
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So, are y’all getting a little jaded as you discover the mainstream press is entirely in the tank for Hillary Clinton? Do you long for the good old days when reporters were like Clark Kent?
Which side will win in a clash of civilizations? The side that never finds a reason for peace or the side that never finds a reason for war?
According to a New York Times Magazine interview with Ben Rhodes, the White House actively created a mainstream media “echo chamber” to bolster its pursuit of a disastrous nuclear deal with Iran.
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