A report issued by Israel’s Government Review Committee about the al-Durrah incident has sparked condemnation by some members of the Facebook group the ‘Vulture Club.’
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The Boston Globe carried a message for President Barack Obama’s campaign on Thursday, with Democrats making new accusations against former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. Like past accusations, these fell flat.
It’s no secret that many newspapers lean to Democrats, so the story didn’t surprise most of us.
President Barack Obama won't be the first to create a film touting his accomplishments and possibly bemoaning his challenges during his first term in office. But he will be the first to use a director whose other high profile film contained at least 35 lies, according to one expert.
As the 2008 campaigns got underway with Sen. John McCain running his “nice” strategy against a vicious, well-funded liberal media machine, I often ranted about media bias. I also remarked more than once how uniform the coverage seemed to be.
I'm seeing uniformity now ahead of 2012.
There was a hit piece on Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) in The Washington Post on Friday. The writer took the time to research Rubio’s parents’ immigration papers.
What a difference a candidate makes, right? At the moment one candidate has sparked an explosion of experts on a single topic—the Texas economy.
Texas has solid job numbers, as a painstakingly crafted article at the blog Political Math explains.
The U.S. overall has pathetic job numbers despite hundreds of billions of current and future taxpayer dollars spent in an effort to create jobs.
You’d think media would praise the Texas numbers, wouldn’t you? All we’ve heard from media since the first time President Barack Obama took to a national stage ahead of the 20008 General Election is jobs.
First the White House went after Fox News, making the dangerous accusation the network wasn’t a legitimate news gatherer. That accusation is common among leftwingers, but everyone knows Fox is no more biased than any other major media outlet.
Everyone knows progressives let The Washington Post slide on what will one day be seen for what it was—the Journolist scandal that should have been investigated by the US Dept. of Justice. Large numbers of writers from different publishers don’t usually collude to impact a federal election.