George Neumayr

George Neumayr, a contributing editor to The American Spectator, is co-author of No Higher Power: Obama’s War on Religious Freedom.

Keep Calm and Propagandize On

 

In 2006, Melanie Phillips wrote a book called Londonistan: How Britain Is Creating a Terror State Within. She argued that Britain was a sitting duck for Islamic terrorists, owing to its idiotic embrace of political correctness, multiculturalism, and religious relativism. She wrote: Britain is in denial. Having allowed the country to turn into a global […]

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Yes, Obama Did Investigate Trump

 

Straining at the tweet and swallowing the camel has become Washington’s favorite pursuit, and it was on tiresome display at Monday’s Congressional hearing with Jim Comey. Out of it came two clashing headlines: “Comey Denies Obama Ordered Wiretapping on Trump,” “The FBI is Investigating Trump’s Links to Russia.” In other words, the core claim underlying […]

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The Media’s Maddow Disease

 

For decades the media carefully cultivated an aura of “objectivity” in order to preserve its propagandistic authority. It was always a sham, but it worked as long as Republican presidents paid homage to it. Trump hasn’t, and the media hates him for it, even as its unhinged behavior confirms the truth of his stance. How […]

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How John Brennan and Some Brits Tried to Tip the Election to Hillary

 

Christopher Steele is the former British spy who compiled the “garbage” dossier on Trump-Russia ties, as Bob Woodward put it. That garbage dossier was cravenly and opaquely hyped by the American press until BuzzFeed released it, at which point the public could see its transparently ludicrous and uncorroborated contents. The release of the dossier exposed […]

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How Investigating the Trump Campaign Backfired on Obama’s Embeds

 

Confirmations of the Obama administration’s investigation of the Trump campaign keep trickling out. Naturally, the media has shown no interest in them. It wants evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, not evidence that Obama’s embeds were sniffing around Trump’s computer server — an abuse of power no different than LBJ wiring Nixon’s campaign plane to see if […]

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The Media’s Sham Coverage of FISA-gate

 

CNN is constantly running “breaking news” to the effect that no evidence has emerged to substantiate Trump’s wiretapping claim, as if scoring Trump on the precision of his tweet is the central story here. Notice that CNN never asks Democrats the fundamental question: Did the Obama administration investigate Trump campaign associates? To that question, the […]

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The Beginnings of Obama’s Shadow Government

 

In the New York Post on Wednesday, a political cartoon appeared mocking Obama’s lawyerly denial of his administration’s investigation of Trump-Russia ties. The cartoon has Obama saying: “Nobody in the White House ever ordered a wiretap of the individual named Donald Trump by my specific direction during daylight hours via a normal surveillance request that […]

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All Roads Lead Back to Brennan

 

It is “our job,” not Trump’s, to “control exactly what people think,” gasped MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski last month. This week’s gasp from the media assumes a slightly different form and can be translated as: It is our job, not Trump’s, to push stories about the government investigation of Trumpworld. For months, the media, drawing upon […]

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The Smearing of Jeff Sessions

 

Craven Republicans, looking for a pat on the head from the mainstream media, can always be counted on to echo its idiotic demands. The phony controversy over the Trump campaign’s imaginary ties to Putin is the latest pitiful example of this phenomenon. Instead of exposing the hyper-partisanship behind this media obsession, these Republicans are humoring it. We […]

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Trump Disarms the Dems

 

Female Democrats, clad in white, turned the color into a symbol of impure politics at Trump’s first speech to Congress. They didn’t yell out “You lie,” but they gave him several ugly thumbs-down gestures. Little did they realize that they would be upstaged by a real woman in metaphorical white, Carryn Owens, the widow of […]

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