NY Times Journo Compares GOP in 'Trump Uniform' to Saddam Loyalists

May 19th, 2024 1:50 PM

On Saturday's Chris Wallace Show, the CNN host couldn't help making fun of Republicans turning up at the Trump trial all wearing navy blazers, white shirts, and red ties. On screen, the mocking caption was "WHO WORE THE TRUMP UNIFORM BEST?" But New York Times reporter and podcaster Lulu Garcia-Navarro took it to another level comparing the Republicans to bootlickers of Iraqi…


CNN Fight: Panel Dukes It Out On DEI, Claudine Gay

January 6th, 2024 2:25 PM

National Review contributor and Manhattan Institute President Reihan Salam joined The Dispatch’s Jonah Goldberg on Saturday’s edition of The Chris Wallace Show to go head-to-head with New York Times podcaster Lulu Garcia-Navarro and fellow podcaster Kara Swisher on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion movement and former Harvard President Cluadine Gay in a segment that…

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Here's the Other Hard-Left, Extreme Biden Quotes the Media Are BURYING

August 7th, 2020 2:00 PM

Joe Biden’s Wednesday appearance on the National Association of Black Journalists and Hispanic Journalists (NABJ-NAHJ) Virtual Convention made headlines for his racially charged comments, but there were many moments worth uncovering that the mainstream media didn’t shed light on. Four liberal journalists interviewed Biden, and revealed the presumptive Democratic nominee’s true radical beliefs…


Spanish Nets Covering Puerto Rico Crisis Spotlight Leftist Politicians

July 26th, 2019 3:50 PM
Never wasting a chance to grant prime-time exposure to their leftist darlings – in this case socialist politicians from Puerto Rico– three of the nation ́s Spanish-language news networks each featured one of these leftist role models during their coverage of the government crisis in Puerto Rico. The 11-day chaos in the U.S. territory ended on July 24th, with the resignation of Democrat governor…

NPR Hypes Vatican-Approved Article Blasting 'Right-Wing' Catholics

August 7th, 2017 10:16 PM
NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday followed the lead of the New York Times and boosted a recent article published by an ally of Pope Francis that targeted "ultra-conservative" Catholics for forming a so-called "alliance of hate with evangelicals." Host Lulu Garcia Navarro turned to Joshua McElwee of the National Catholic Reporter for his analysis of the article, but failed to mention his publication's…

NPR Ditz: Kiss from Castro Brother Like 'Blessing of the Holy Trinity'

February 29th, 2016 4:04 PM
Penny Starr at found an appalling example of journalistic fawning over the Castro brothers of communist Cuba on All Things Considered, the evening newscast of taxpayer-subsidized National Public Radio. Ramon Castro, the older brother of Fidel and Raul Castro, died last week at age 91, and she recounted how he kissed her cheeks three times, one for each Castro brother. "It was kind of…

NPR Oddly Asks: 'Which Place Is More Sexist, The Middle East Or Latin

March 16th, 2014 8:24 PM
NPR prides itself on being globally sophisticated. So why on Earth would one of its correspondents ask “Which Place Is More Sexist, The Middle East Or Latin America?” On NPR's "Parallels" blog, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro suggested Brazil is just as oppressive for women as Egypt or Iraq, in a different way. She concluded: “Activists often target the Middle East for its policies towards women. But…

Bozell Column: National Public Unfairness

March 24th, 2009 7:02 PM
There’s a huge hole in all of the public discussion about the reimposition of a "Fairness Doctrine" or a return to "localism" on the talk-radio format: What about National Public Radio? Liberals would like to "crush Rush" and his conservative compatriots by demanding each station balance its lineup ideologically. But since when has NPR ever felt any pressure to be balanced, even when a majority…

NPR Baghdad Chief: Not a Single Iraqi Grateful For Their Alleged 'Free

January 21st, 2009 5:10 PM