Mother’s Day Flashback: How the Media Use Moms to Push Liberal Agenda
May 13th, 2023 9:00 AM
For years liberal reporters and celebrities have exploited moms and Mother’s Day in order to score rhetorical points and seek a rhetorical edge in pushing various causes. Republicans are trashed as terrible mothers, while Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama are heralded as super-moms.
Former NYT Columnist Leads Search for New Planned Parenthood Prez
February 8th, 2018 3:59 PM
Planned Parenthood has always boasted close ties to the media – but not this close. A media figure is now in charge of finding the next president for America’s largest abortion provider. In a Wednesday press release, Planned Parenthood Federation of America announced that its president, Cecile Richards, would step down from her position in May. Board chair Naomi Aberly named those conducting the…
The New York Times Changes Its Mind on Rape
October 15th, 2016 4:05 PM
It was October 9, 1991. The subject was the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill showdown and then-New York Times columnist Anna Quindlen was furious. Quindlen’s fury was evident in the title of her column that day. It was as short and simple as it was blunt: Listen to Us.
NYT Feminists Still Giddy About Hillary's Chances In 2016: Any Gender
May 26th, 2013 7:52 AM
Politico’s Katie Glueck reported two feminists who’ve written opinion columns for The New York Times are still giddy about Hillary Clinton’s chances in 2016. Benghazi, schmengazi.
Appearing Thursday at the liberal Center for American Progress, former Times columnist Anna Quindlen asserted any gender-related problems Hillary encountered in previous races have been “wiped out,” and her gender…
Newsweek Demands America 'Grow Up' -- And Maturity Equals Liberalism
February 2nd, 2010 7:15 AM
Anna Quindlen supposedly retired her Newsweek column. But editor Jon Meacham brought her back to lecture the country this week. On the cover are the words "Anna Quindlen’s Advice for America: Let’s Grow Up, People!" But it is Quindlen in her piece that might seem, to borrow from Peter Jennings, to be having a two-year-old temper tantrum. There’s the denial about Scott Brown’s win: In fact, the…
Newsweek Despairs 'Checks and Balances' Impede ObamaCare
October 29th, 2009 1:38 PM
Penning the lead story for the “Yes He Can (But He Sure Hasn't Yet)” Newsweek cover, “A Liberal's Survival Guide,” Anna Quindlen defended President Obama from liberal complaints he's not enacting liberal policies fast enough as she explained that he's “saddled” by the “incremental” constitutional structure, but she fretted: “Universal health care is the area in which the gap between what's needed…
Rush Warns: Here Comes the Age Attack on McCain
January 31st, 2008 3:48 PM
Newsweek Columnist to GOP: Kill Your Base! Win Friends
August 31st, 2007 3:54 PM