Persistence Paid Off in Win for Life
There were times over the last 50 years when some pro-lifers felt they would never see Roe v. Wade overturned and the right to life again recognized by government. Many who never doubted didn’t live to see this day. They had marched in the cold streets of Washington, D.C., in January on Roe’s anniversary. These never-doubters included Nellie Gray, founder of the March for Life, Phyllis…
How Corrupt Is MSNBC? Network Now OPENLY Lobbying to Pack the Court
When he's not guest hosting MSNBC's The Cross Connection, Jason Johnson is a politics and journalism professor at Morgan State University, which does not inspire confidence in the next generation of journalists as he warned on Saturday of "catastrophic implications" of the Supreme Court's 6-3 conservative balance and condemned Sen. Mitch McConnell for not allowing President Biden to…
STUDY: Spanish Nets Covered RBG Passing 4X As Much As Scalia's
The untimely passing of an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court is a major national event with huge ramifications that warrants topmost news coverage. MRC Latino's latest study shows, however, that the nation's leading Spanish-language networks found the passing of a liberal icon to be much more newsworthy than that of a conservative stalwart.
FLIP-FLOP: Four Years Ago, Media Demanded Election-Year SCOTUS Vote
While journalists today loudly criticize Republicans as hypocrites for moving forward on replacing the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a trip through the Media Research Center’s archives shows the liberal media are also exhibiting more than their fair share of hypocrisy. Four years ago, when Republican leader Mitch McConnell would not permit a Senate vote on a liberal replacement to…
Post Hypocrites: Scalia ‘Dismayed Liberals.’ Ginsburg for 'Equality'
There’s a saying: “A picture is worth a 1000 words.” When it comes to hypocritical, biased hate, so is a headline. Here is the Washington Post front page from February 14, 2016, the day after legendary conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died: "Supreme Court Conservative Dismayed Liberals." For Ginsburg in 2020: "A Pioneer Devoted to Equality." Notice a difference?
Michael Steele Mocks Conservatives Over Liberal Court Rulings
Appearing as a guest on Friday's MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle, contributor Michael Steele was true to form as an MSNBC Republican as he mocked conservatives for disapproving of liberal victories in recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings, and bizarrely suggested that iconic former conservative Justice Antonin Scalia would approve of the decisions.