Singer Pink Plans to Pass Out Banned Books at Florida Concerts
Pink is a Punk.
'Facts Matter,' Cruz Battles Maher on Left's Election Denialism
Sen. Ted Cruz took his book tour to HBO and Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday where, after some mutual backscratching with the eponymous host, the duo battled it out on the left’s history of election denialism, specifically the 2000 election between George W. Bush and Al Gore.
Don Jr. Blasts Big Tech’s ‘Unprecedented Assistance, Lies & Bullsh**'
At his father’s highly touted Nov. 8 Florida rally, Donald Trump Jr. minced no words in assailing Big Tech’s election interference.
Orlando Sentinel Tells Dangerous Lies About Hamas-Israel on Op-Ed Page
The shock of October 7 and the war launched against Jewish civilians by Palestinian terror group Hamas has worn off all too quickly among a press corps primed to see Israel as a malign force. The pivot to deceitful Israel-blaming arrived this week at the Orlando Sentinel, one of Florida’s top newspapers. Two columns full of repellent lies appeared Sunday, one by Irfan Kovankaya, “…
Cop Stops Mom From Exposing Sexually Explicit Content
God forbid the truth get out and these school boards are held accountable for their grooming behavior.
Colbert, Frost Accuse GOP of Being 'Okay With Kids Being Mowed Down'
Florida Democratic Rep. Maxwell Frost travelled to CBS’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday where he teamed up with the eponymous host to accuse Republicans of being “okay with kids being mowed down at their schools” and instituting poll taxes.
Maher, DeSantis Mock New York Times, Battle on Election Laws, Abortion
With the writers’ strike over, the late night comedy shows are back and first out of the gate on Friday was HBO Real Time host Bill Maher, who chose Florida Governor and GOP presidential candidate Ron DeSantis to be his first guest. The interview was typical Maher as the two teamed up to mock the New York Times, but Maher’s liberal atheism still came through as the two also…
Will SCOTUS Kill Texas, Florida Free Speech Laws?
After years of delay, the notoriously risk-averse Supreme Court will finally decide whether states have the right to protect free speech from Big Tech’s authoritarian censors.
Fact-Checkers Line Up To Defend Harris On Florida's History Standards
During Wednesday’s GOP Presidential Debate, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis defended his state’s history standards on slavery by labeling criticisms of them a “hoax” that has been perpetrated by Vice President Kamala Harris. Such a defense did not sit well with the fact-checking industry despite DeSantis being correct.
Miami School District Decides To NOT Recognize LGBTQ+ History Month
After a 12-hour-long marathon meeting, the Miami-Dade school district, the third largest in the country, decided that it would not recognize the month of October as LGBTQ+ history month.
CNN Promotes Gay Couple Fleeing Louisiana for New York
From Friday to Saturday, CNN anchors did their part to provide PR for liberals trying to undermine laws limiting the teaching of controversial sex issues without the permission of parents as correspondent Meg Tirrell filed a full report focusing on a gay doctor who plans to flee Louisiana and move to New York.
PBS Pushes Lefty Misinformation GOP Trying to Erase History of Slavery
On Wednesday's Amanpour & Co., PBS again pushed the left's false narrative that the Republican Party was trying to ban and erase slavery from American history classes. This time Walter Isaacson tapped former Harvard University president Drew Gilpin Faust to be the purported expert for their smear campaign.
Capehart: DeSantis Signals Those Who Believe Blacks Are 'Inferior'
Not only did Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart tell the Friday edition of PBS NewsHour that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has nobody to blame, but himself for being booed in the aftermath of the Jacksonville shooting, but that DeSantis’s policies sent a signal to those who believe “Black people are inferior and therefore are worthy of extermination.”
PBS's Nawaz Cues Dem to Blame Racist Jacksonville Shooting on DeSantis
On Tuesday's PBS NewsHour show, host Amna Nawaz was still fixated on promoting the views of liberals who try to blame Governor Ron DeSantis for a racist shooting spree in Jacksonville as the PBS host interviewed the mayor of the city, Donna Deegan, an elected Democrat.