Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Column: Nina Totenberg Shreds Media Ethics at NPR
Shamelessly liberal NPR Supreme Court reporter Nina Totenberg hit the New York Times best-seller list with her new book Dinners With Ruth, celebrating five decades of flouting any notion of media ethics with her pal Ruth Bader Ginsburg. NPR cranked up its own taxpayer-funded publicity machine to goose the sales, and PBS helped, too.
DUMB: Facebook Slaps Fact-Check on Babylon Bee LeBron James Photo
The trigger-happy oligarchs at the censorship-obsessed Facebook are apparently so dense they don’t understand satire.
Tucker Mocks NPR's Totenberg Over Her 'Intimate Relationship' with RBG
With the recent news that National Public Radio (NPR) legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is out with a new book on her chummy relationship with former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Fox News star and host of Tucker Carlson Tonight, Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night had fun with Totenberg and the cringeworthy details of her "intimate relationship" with the former…
A Solution to Children's Book Propaganda
Bookstores now sell only certain kinds of children’s books. “Go into Barnes & Noble,” says Bethany Mandel in my new video, “and you will be met with a wall of biographies. Probably 27 different books about former Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Great. A ton about Kamala Harris. Great.” But where are the biographies on conservatives? There weren’t any. She found lots on people…
CNN Looks Forward to Possibility of Jackson Changing Minds on Abortion
Poppy Harlow welcomed New York magazine senior correspondent and Notorious RBG co-author Irin Carmon to the Wednesday edition of CNN Newsroom to discuss their hopes that Ketanji Brown Jackson will eventually be able to change the minds of her eventual Supreme Court colleagues on issues of gender discrimination, mainly abortion.
Nets PANIC Over Supreme Court Taking Up Affirmative Action Case
On Monday night the nightly broadcast networks were clearly panicked over the possibility of the Supreme Court striking down the long-standing racist policy of Affirmative Action during their coverage of the high court’s decision to take up the case.
Woke '4400' Reboot Claims No Civil Rights 'Progress' Since 1950s
CW's new reboot of USA's The 4400 (2004-2007), now just called 4400, added nothing revolutionary to the old, except some woke updates like a lesbian couple, BLM anti-police attitudes and a shout-out to the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Guthrie to Couric: RBG Cover-Up ‘Violates Cardinal Rule of Journalism’
During a Tuesday interview with former Today show co-host Katie Couric, current NBC morning show host Savannah Guthrie scolded her predecessor for censoring comments made by late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a 2016 Yahoo News interview. Guthrie told Couric that the decision to edit out those remarks “violates a cardinal rule of journalism.”
‘View’ Gives Katie Couric a Pass for Protecting RBG From Woke Left
The View gave longtime journalist Katie Couric a pass for admitting she edited an interview she did with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2016 to protect her from liberal backlash. Couric made this admission in her forthcoming salacious tell-all. The former ABC and NBC News host bragged she censored a full quote from Ginsburg during a 2016 interview, that would’ve made her…
Feminist Lawyer, RBG in Legal Drama: 'We Were Too Hard' on Romney
What’s a feminist lawyer to do when her back is up against the wall? Apparently, the answer is to dream about asking deceased Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for advice. That is exactly what happened for the second week in a row in Paramount+’s (formerly CBS All-Access) The Good Fight.
Feminist Lawyer Dreams of Idol RBG on 'The Good Fight'
It’s not easy being Diane Lockhart in Season Five of Paramount+’s The Good Fight. The liberal feminist lawyer, a name partner in a well-established black Chicago law firm, is conflicted because of major attacks of white liberal guilt. She is struggling with two questions – should she step aside as a white name partner of a historically black law firm and can her marriage to a…
MSNBC: Pro-Lifers Treat Women 'Like Incubators With Mouthparts
On Tiffany Cross's MSNBC show, MSNBC regular Elie Mystal twice describes pro-lifers as treating women like "incubators with mouthparts." For her part, Cross calls Justice Amy Coney Barrett "an actual, real-life Handmaid."
Toobin Rants Against Justice Breyer Refusing to Cave to Liberals
On Thursday's New Day show, CNN again catered to concerns by liberals who are worried that President Joe Biden will miss the chance to appoint a liberal to replace Stephen Breyer unless the Supreme Court justice retires in an hurry. Chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin even went into a rant against Justice Breyer for refusing to retire at age 82.
PROPAGANDISTS: Latino Nets Cheer Dems’ Court-Packing Bill
Gone are the days when the nation’s leading Spanish-language networks would cover the U.S. presidency with adversarial scrutiny. Their coverage of the Democrats’ efforts to pack the Supreme Court proves their pivot to advocacy propaganda.