Fisher Grills Psaki: If Forced, Would Biden Pick Unions Over Kids?

February 4th, 2021 9:55 PM

Thursday’s White House Press Briefing featured more of the same with deflections from Press Secretary Jen Psaki as she downplayed the view of CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky that teacher vaccinations shouldn’t be a prerequisite to school reopenings and refused to state whether, if forced to pick a side, the administration would side with students over teachers unions.


CBS Tied Trump to Myanmar Coup, Defended Leader Silent on Genocide

February 2nd, 2021 4:39 PM

Often on the foreign policy front, there’s not a “good” and “bad” side to a conflict, but two sides you want little to do with. Yet, during Monday’s edition of Evening News, CBS rushed to take a swipe at former President Trump by trying to tie him to the military coup in Myanmar. But in doing so, they defended State Counsellor (prime minister equivalent) Aung San Suu Kyi, an elected…

Undisclosed Hillary Bundler at CNN: She 'Revived America's Reputation'

August 18th, 2015 3:43 PM
Yesterday, published a attempted defense of Hillary Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State by Eleni Kounalakis. An "Editor's Note" before the piece begins describes Ms. Kounalakis as the "United States ambassador to Hungary from 2010 to 2013," the author of a book on her time there, and "a senior adviser to the Albright Stonebridge Group" (as in "Madeline Albright"). The "editor" at CNN…

Alex Wagner Worships at the Holy Burmese Shrine of Her Beloved Barack

November 20th, 2012 8:56 PM
Alex Wagner worships no other god before her Lord Barack. Think that statement is over the top? Not after you watch this worshipful video of MSNBC's Alex Wagner in which, among her other hallelujahs to her personal god who assumed earthly form in Burma, is this gem: “A man who is better at stagecraft than almost any leader in US history.” This is but one of several gushing praises of Obama…

CBS Highlights Refugees Helped by Christian Groups, America 'Best Plac

December 2nd, 2011 12:56 AM

Pentagon Rescinds Franklin Graham’s Invitation, Al Sharpton is Welco

April 23rd, 2010 10:21 AM
The Pentagon rescinded the invitation of evangelist Franklin Graham to speak at its May 6 National Day of Prayer event because of complaints about his previous comments about Islam. The Military Religious Freedom Foundation expressed its concern over Graham's involvement with the event in an April 19 letter sent to Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. MRFF's complaint about Graham, the son of…

Matt Lauer from Beijing: Chinese Happier Than Americans

August 5th, 2008 1:37 PM
Update at bottom of post.In a pre-taped segment, delivered from the Forbidden City in Beijing, NBC's Matt Lauer pointed out a poll that showed the Chinese are happier than Americans and repeated his line that protestors could be seen as "party crashers," on Tuesday's "Today" show.During an interview with NBC News China analyst, Joshua Cooper Ramo, Lauer made the following observation: LAUER:…

Oops! Newsweek CW Reverses Itself on Chinese Earthquake Response

May 19th, 2008 12:48 PM
Last week I noted how's Conventional Wisdom gave an "up" arrow to China, praising its response to a devastating earthquake:Chinese government: Unlike Burma's generals, officials are responding quickly and openly to natural disaster. Now the Jonathan Alter-edited featurette has reversed itself for the May 26, 2008 dead-tree edition:[down arrow] China: Quake damage highlights price…

NYT Columnist Sees 'Magic' in Military Invasion of Myanmar

May 14th, 2008 6:54 AM
Again today, the New York Times demonstrates that the MSM isn't opposed to America's invasion of foreign countries. There's really only one precondition: the national security interests of the United States must not be at stake.Thus it is that the NYT op-ed page today runs Aid at the Point of a Gun by Robert D. Kaplan, a national correspondent for The Atlantic and a fellow at the Center for a…

Newsweek CW: Up Arrow for Chinese; May Be Dictators, But They Aren't I

May 13th, 2008 2:42 PM

Headline Bias in Burmese Relief Story

May 12th, 2008 12:13 PM
Poor teaser headline selection by I report, you decide.At right is a screencap of a teaser headline from the Web site about U.S. humanitarian aid reaching Myanmar Burma. As the AP story linked makes clear, the fault for the delay in the aid's arrival is that of the military dictatorship, not any incompetence or lack of concern by Washington. Yet the teaser headline reads: "First U.S.…