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Matt Norcross
Matt Norcross is a blogger at Carolina Culture Warrior, where he exposes the subtle liberal narratives in everyday popular culture. He is studying communication at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina and works as afundraiser for the 7 Degrees of Change Foundation and the National Charter School Initiative (CSI). Previously, Matt worked on NC law official Phil Berger Jr.’s Congressional campaign.
by | Feb 15, 2016

In the 1980’s, the MTV cable network was ahead of its time. The Viacom subsidiary was a 24 hours music and music videos channel, with VJ’s telling you about the hottest music hits of the day. The 1990’s saw MTV…

by | Feb 1, 2016

In the 1990’s CNN used to be nicknamed the “Clinton News Network.” If you ask me, I think that nickname still fits the network, though for entirely new reasons. Brent Bozell and his business partner Tim Graham recently wrote a…

by | Jan 25, 2016

This month, Al Jazeera America has announced it is going out of business. That’s no surprise as that anti-American network’s US operations were never successful. The parent network, Al Jazeera, was already in trouble, as it has a reputation for…

by | Dec 16, 2015

Looks like Mike Rowe, perhaps best known as the former host of Dirty Jobs on the Discovery Channel, has had it with Bernie Sanders’ unrealistic “everyone should of to college” mentality. On his Facebook page, he wrote this: Bernie Sanders tweets,…

by | Dec 4, 2015

This morning’s front page of the New York Daily News has likely the most disgraceful headline against the NRA you’ve ever seen. Although they receive kudos for calling the Saint Bernardino shooter a terrorist (as they should), they also injected the NRA into…

by | Nov 19, 2015

As you may know, the city of Paris, France is in turmoil right now. A horrifying terrorist attack occurred there, killing at least 120 people. A lot of people believe the attack was carried around by ISIS. The mastermind behind…

by | Nov 3, 2015

Leave it to the entertainment trade publication known as Variety to inject race into just about everything. While reviewing the new animated film The Peanuts Movie, film critic Peter Debruge said he wished the film would have more “diversity” and…

by | Oct 12, 2015

Coming this fall, tune in to watch a few shows critical of middle America and the US military. At the National Press Club, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson pointed out that the entire media business – especially the press (and…

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