by | May 5, 2019

It gets increasingly difficult with the reliably leftist Tampa Bay Times to sort opinion from news. In fact, it’s near impossible to find the latter uninfected by the former. Take this page one headline and story from Sunday’s edition (please): “Florida turns hard…

by | Feb 21, 2019

Nick Sandmann is back in the news, literally with a vengeance. If there is anyone in the galaxy who doesn’t recognize the name, this is the high school teen viciously maligned by the media after a leftwing activist with a…

by | Jan 30, 2019

I’m so old I remember when journalists at least pretended to be objective. While they certainly had their prejudices, the journalistic old guard rarely tattooed them on their foreheads or paraded them around like show poodles on leashes. If you…

by | Jan 10, 2019

It’s a rather surreal experience for me every time I hear pundits in Washington or New York opining about U.S./Mexico border issues. I am a native Arizonan and have spent my entire life living here and in Southern California. The…

by | Jan 4, 2019

Previews of Jill Abramson’s upcoming book, Merchants of Truth, portray it as a blown whistle on the paper’s incorrigible anti-Trump streak. But is the criticism sincere? Or is she just settling scores with Dean Baquet, an old colleague who bested…

by | Dec 5, 2018

Liberals love victims… except those of establishment media bias. The American public astutely recognizes the bias, even as the establishment media adamantly refuses to acknowledge it. This ironic role reversal — from publicizer to perpetuator — reveals the true goal…

by | Nov 26, 2018

Every election cycle the legacy media accuse any and all southern Republicans of reviving Jim Crow, while studiously ignoring the inconvenient fact that it was the Democrats who presided over the era of racial segregation. During the recent midterms, for example,…

by | Oct 9, 2018

Washington Of course Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was angry. When he was about to win confirmation, Senate Democrats produced an accusation from his high school years that were more than three decades old. Partisans and like-minded journalists automatically believed…

by | Oct 5, 2018

I recently found myself watching a segment on ABC’s The View. Sometimes I tune in to Liberal media outlets to know what the other side is raging about. Each time, I regret it. This time, the nattering nay-bobs at The View couldn’t…

by | Aug 27, 2018

In Reagan’s America: Innocents at Home, Garry Wills described the 40th President’s relationship with the voters as “a kind of complicity,” implying that Reagan and the electorate had colluded to commit some sort of crime. The offense was, of course, their mutual…

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