On PBS, Capehart Says Afghanistan Mess Is a 'Momentary Blip' for Biden
On Friday's PBS NewsHour, Washington Post columnist and MSNBC weekend host Jonathan Capehart insisted the fiasco in Afghanistan would be a "momentary blip" in the President's approval numbers.
Column: The Media's 'Spectacular' Stand Against Prisons
The “mainstream media” love to pretend that they represent the sensible middle ground of the ideological spectrum, but any extended look at their coverage reveals that they are incapable of finding an unsuitable extreme on the left. For example, some leftists openly advocate for the end of prisons. Are they questioned for their sanity? No. They’re given platforms for their “poetry.”
PBS Pundits on STACKED 1/6 Panel: 'Right Call,' GOP's '90 Percent BS'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi refused to let Republicans pick their own members for her Select Committee on the January 6 riot, making the panel look obviously stacked. But on the Week in Review segment of Friday's PBS NewsHour, this was an unfortunate kerfuffle that should be overlooked. David Brooks called any complaints about the stacking "90 percent BS."
ABC Offers Paltry 13 SECONDS on the Vice President's El Paso Trip
ABC News continued its tendency to ignore (or almost ignore) the controversy over Vice President Kamala Harris waiting for more than 90 days to visit the border after being handed the border "issue" by President Biden. On Friday night's newscast, David Muir offered a paltry 13 seconds to the story. Blink, and you might miss it. PBS did 58 seconds, while CBS and NBC offered about two minutes.…
On PBS, Brooks Says Election Laws Are a 'Horrific Look' for the GOP
On Friday's PBS NewsHour, pseudoconservative panelist David Brooks guessed the new election laws being passed won't do much to tamp down voting, that they're a "Potemkin set of laws," but they're a "horrific look" for Republicans given America's history on civil rights. Anchor Judy Woodruff cued up Jonathan Capehart to insist they're a conspiracy to disenfranchise…
PBS's Woodruff Asks Boehner If GOP 'Demonizing' Pelosi Is 'Sexist'
On Thursday's PBS NewsHour, host Judy Woodruff pushed the sort of identity politics often employed by liberals as she fretted that it is "sexist" to be sharply critical of a liberal politician if she is a woman, as if men never receive similar scrutiny.
WashPost Boss Cracks Us Up: We're Not 'Attached' to the Democrats!
Retiring Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron did a round of atta-boy interviews with liberal media outlets. “A legend stepping down but not stepping away,” gushed Brian Stelter on Sunday’s Reliable Sources. Baron said it's a "myth" that they're elitist, and "There's also this notion that we're somehow ideologically attached to a party, the Democratic Party, and that…
Fact Check?? PBS Calmly Lets Swalwell Compare Trump to Osama bin Laden
Henry Rodgers at the Daily Caller noted that during Wednesday's live PBS coverage of the impeachment debate in the House, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D.-California) recklessly compared President Trump to terrorist Osama bin Laden.
PBS Still Pumping Out Hatred of Humanity's Negative 'Imprint' on Earth
On Tuesday's PBS NewsHour, the show promoted environmental alarmism by devoting a seven-minute segment to the new book and Netflix series of environmental activist Sir David Attenborough, who warns that "human beings have overrun the world" and are "sending it into a decline."
PBS Anchor Claims 'the American People' Are Critical of GOP Over Court
On Tuesday's PBS NewsHour, as she interviewed Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrasso over the issue of filling Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, host Judy Woodruff twice framed criticism of Republicans as coming from "the American people" as she spent the entire interview pressing him over the push to confirm a new justice before the election.
PBS's Alcindor: 'Inaccurate' to Say Schools Teach Kids to Hate America
On Thursday's PBS NewsHour, correspondent Yamiche Alcindor claimed that it is "inaccurate" for President Donald Trump to claim that liberals have tried to undermine respect for United States history and its founders by fixating on slavery as she dismissively spoke of the President's idea for a 1776 commission to promote the country's history.
PBS Asks Stelter If He'd Work At Fox? Only If It's Hour of FACTS!
At the end of another softball interview on public broadcasting, PBS host Judy Woodruff unexpectedly asked CNN host Brian Stelter if he'd ever work at Fox News. Stelter ducked, but said "if anybody at Fox could peel off an hour where it's all about fact-checking, all about being as accurate as possible, then there should be room for that." Hilarious.
PBS Pundits Agree Democrats Are in Trouble on 'Law and Order'
Something surprising happened on Friday’s PBS NewsHour. Both pundits agreed the Democrats are in trouble of standing on the wrong side of looting and rioting.
PBS Host Pelts Trump Aide with Hardballs, But Easy-Peasy on Biden Aide
On Thursday night, PBS anchor Judy Woodruff hammered top Trump aide Mark Meadows with hardballs, that the Republicans are mercilessly exaggerating Biden as some sort of socialist....as if liberal journalists don't exaggerate Donald Trump into a lunatic extremist and racist who's a danger to democracy. Last week, Biden's deputy campaign manager was pitched softball questions.