MSNBC Economist: Unlike U.S., Commie China Has 'Good Government'
On Morning Joe, Adrian Wooldridge, a columnist at The Economist, says that unlike the US, China passes the "good government" test. He makes his comment in the context of discussing the way various countries have dealt with the coronavirus pandemic, but offers no qualifier as to his "good government" praise of China. To the contrary, he says that the advantage of good government is…
Reverse Racism Series Channels BLM, Justifies 'Destruction of Property
Racist police harassing, attacking and almost killing innocent young men? Armed officers instigating peaceful protesters until it turns into a riot? A world so systematically racist that nobody from one particular race can ever rise up the social stratum?
Amanpour Prods Granholm, Former AOC Guru to Push 'Medicare for All'
On Monday's Amanpour & Co. on PBS and CNN International, host Christiane Amanpour gave an unchallenged forum to two Democratic guests to push for a universal health care program in the U.S. She even suggested that a national health plan similar to that of the United Kingdom would be beneficial during the pandemic in spite of the COVID-19 death rate being substantially higher in…
Comic Ricky Gervais: ‘Cancel Culture’ a ‘New, Weird Sort of Fascism'
Being a comedian is one of the most dangerous occupations during these days of political correctness. That’s the message from English comic Ricky Gervais, who is on a crusade against the “cancel culture” -- which he describes as a “new, weird sort of fascism” -- by defending free speech wherever he can.
CNN Ignores High COVID Countries to Make U.S. Look Worst
Amanpour Admits UK's National Health Does Not Prevent Racial Disparity
Amanpour and Goodwin Cheer Higher Taxes and Increased 'Welfare State'
NY Times Scribe Gets Admonished by His Own Paper for Too Much Opinion
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Twitter Rep Avoids Question About Potentially ‘Deleted’ Trump Tweets
Today’s Americans and Yesteryear’s Americans
MSNBC's Reid Wrongly Claims Europe Handling Pandemic Better Than US
Shills for Biden: MSNBC Touts Misleading Anti-Trump Ad as 'All True'
PBS's Woodruff: 'How Many Lives Were Lost' Because of Trump's 'Delay'?
There's a reason why Donald Trump hasn't granted an interview to PBS since he announced his run for president in 2015. That reason came out in a contentious PBS NewsHour interview on Friday with Vice President Mike Pence. It's nothing like the softness Woodruff has offered Hilllary Clinton. She asked Pence "How many lives do you believe were lost as a result of the delay by this administration…