Editor’s Pick: National Review’s Geraghty SLAMS NPR on Berliner Hubbub

April 18th, 2024 12:51 PM

Writing Thursday morning over at National Review in the Morning Jolt newsletter, senior writer Jim Geraghty went postal on taxpayer-funded National Public Radio (NPR) over its handling of now-former senior business editor Uri Berliner’s bombshell essay for The Free Press meticulously dismantling NPR for its decades of liberal media bias.

Mara Gay MSNBC Morning Joe 4-17-24

Metaphor Amnesia? 'Morning Joe' Says Trump's an 'Animal' to No Outrage

April 17th, 2024 10:23 PM

On Morning Joe, Mara Gay, an MSNBC analyst and member of the editorial board of the New York Times, says of Trump: "He's like a caged animal. And that's a dangerous situation. He's feeling very threatened. He's out of control. And so we do expect him to lash out."

NewsGuard Maintains NPR’s Perfect Rating Despite Berliner's Suspension

April 17th, 2024 5:00 PM

Last week, now-former NPR business editor Uri Berliner drew the ire of the station’s new, far-left CEO after he called out NPR for allowing the liberal worldview to dominate the newsroom. Berliner’s act of journalistic integrity ultimately cost him his job; he was suspended and ultimately resigned. But despite NPR’s retaliation against a whistleblower and others coming forward to corroborate…

Column: NPR Morning Star Lamely Swats at Their Suspended Dissident

April 17th, 2024 5:45 AM

National Public Radio senior editor Uri Berliner has been suspended for his unauthorized critique of the insular liberal bias of his network. NPR star and Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep took to his Substack blog to slam Berliner’s article as “filled with errors and omissions.” Inskeep did a lot of omitting himself. 

NPR Internal Critic SUSPENDED Without Pay for Going Public on Bias

April 16th, 2024 10:16 AM

In his latest company-man report, NPR media reporter David Folkenflik revealed that NPR senior editor Uri Berliner was suspended without pay for five days (beginning Friday) for deciding his years of internal advocacy for more fairness and balance in NPR's coverage had been fruitless, so he went public. 


‘Journalistic Rape’; Here Are the Big Moments From Herridge’s Hearing

April 11th, 2024 7:04 PM

On Thursday before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution and Limited Government, former CBS News correspondent Catherine Herridge emerged to give her first set of extended public remarks about her sudden firing from CBS News and what she would describe as a “journalistic rape” and the crossing of “a red line that...should never be crossed again” in the (temporary) seizure of her…


Cuomo Frets NPR Will Target ‘Whistleblower’ Who Exposed Their Lib Bias

April 10th, 2024 5:42 PM

25-year NPR veteran Uri Berliner recently came forward to call out his employer and colleagues for being liberally biased in a way that was harming the credibility of their reporting. And in an appearance on NewsNation’s Cuomo, host Chris Cuomo shared his concern that NPR would target him and “kick [him] to the curb.” But Berliner said he was getting a lot of support from colleagues,…


CNN’s Lee, WH’s KJP Team Up to SLAM NBC for Hiring Ronna McDaniel

March 25th, 2024 4:53 PM

Thanks to CNN leftist tool M.J. Lee and the ever-inept White House Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, Monday’s White House press briefing featured a not-so-subtle call for censorship in the news media and suggestions that Trump-friendly voices — such as Ronna McDaniel being hired by NBC News — be allowed “in the national political discourse” due to the aftermath of the 2020 election and the…

Mika Brzezinski Joe Scarborough Jon Meacham MSNBC Morning Joe 3-25-24

Morning Joe To NBC: Fire Ronna McDaniel! We'll Never Have Her On Show

March 25th, 2024 11:07 AM

Morning Joe calls on NBC News to fire Ronna McDaniel as a political analyst, and vows to never have her on the show. 

UK Guardian: Send Us a Buck to Fend Off Right-Wing Southern Savages!

March 14th, 2024 5:11 PM

Liberal bias with a concentrated whiff of transatlantic condescension, courtesy of a fundraising email from the ultra-left UK-based newspaper The Guardian. Eyeing the liberal market in the United States during an election year, the outlet is tapping potential donors in their readership through a most condescending package, under the signature of its “Southeast reporter” on “politics…

CNN’s Darcy Ridiculously Claims NY Times Is Anti-Biden, Pro-Trump!

March 6th, 2024 5:20 PM

Oliver Darcy, CNN senior media reporter, pounced on the latest example of bedwetting liberal hysteria in the latest edition of his “Reliable Sources” newsletter, accusing the New York Times for being…anti-Biden and insufficiently anti-Trump: “The New York Times is facing backlash over its coverage of Donald Trump and the 2024 election.” Yes, there are apparently die-hard liberals (i.e…

Alicia Menendez Symone Sanders-Townsend Roy Cooper Michael Steele MSNBC The Weekend 2-25-24

Sunday Move: Michael Steele Half-Crosses Himself Over Black Republican

February 26th, 2024 6:52 AM

On the Sunday edition of the MSNBC show The Weekend, co-anchor Michael Steele half-crossed himself and said "it's Sunday" after playing a clip of a Republican candidate for governor of North Carolina making remarks at CPAC. At the end of the show, Ali Velshi, whose show came on next, singled out Steele's move for praise, calling it "precious."


WashPost's Philip Bump Claims Fox's 'Fake' Facts Hurt Trust in MSNBC

January 29th, 2024 4:49 PM

Appearing as a guest on Friday's The 11th Hour on MSNBC, Washington Post columnist Philip Bump alleged that right-leaning media outlets like Fox News and Breitbart tell "fake things" to their viewers and, in doing so, cause people to disbelieve the "true things" that are discussed by MSNBC and The Washington Post.


Tom Friedman on PBS: Why Won't Press Ask Hamas Leader About Killing?

January 29th, 2024 4:02 PM

The PBS current affairs program Amanpour & Co. on Thursday hosted the invariably self-assured long-time New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, who unleashed some harsh criticism of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But then things took a surprising and welcome turn, as Friedman criticized journalists’ double standards in its war coverage. What about…