Government & Press
Wall Street Vet Charles Mizrahi & Morals of American Capitalism
Wall Street veteran and Alpha Investor Editor Charles Mizrahi talked to MRC Business about his frustrations with the media’s leftist agenda using the coronavirus to attack American capitalism.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. KARL? ABC Reporter Now Endorses Acosta's Aggression
ABC’s Jonathan Karl gave an interview to Mediaite and demonstrated the notion of cognitive dissonance. He finds it unfortunate that people think the press acts as the Resistance to Trump, and yet, he wants to reverse his negative take on CNN White House shrieker Jim Acosta in his reporter’s memoir, insisting on reflection that Acosta’s bombastic approach has been “vindicated.”
NPR Promotes Attack on Trump's VOA Boss Cracking Down on Liberal Tilt
The last people who should try to sound credible about preventing bias and preserving neutrality in government-funded broadcasting is NPR, but media reporter David Folkenflik has aired several stories in the last few weeks touting the complaints about political interference in the Voice of America news service, now run by Trump appointee Michael Pack. This is a massive conflict of…
HuffPost Harangue at Trump: Regret 'All the Lying...You Have Done?'
Indian-born HuffPost White House reporter Shirish (or S.V.) Date set the table for viral video and CNN and MSNBC delight on Thursday night by bald-facedly asking the president if he has any regrets about his energetic lying. This should not be that surprising for the website we've called "Huffington's House of Horrors."
Column: Your Opinion Is Not Reality
Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson has a Republican pedigree and an evangelical Christian background. He wrote profound speeches for George W. Bush, who was mocked as a mangler of the English language. Today he sounds like a speechwriter for the gaseous opening of the Brian Stelter show on CNN.
Column: The Press Secretary Puts Down Bombastic Reporters
The July 6 Washington Post carried a typically colorful headline on top of the Style section. “A binder full of bombast: Kayleigh McEnany plays her boss and his base with derisive news briefing walk-offs.”
Column: Biden's Puffballs from the Press
Everything about the June 30 press conference with Joe Biden underlines how the snarling, vicious watchdogs of the Trump administration are going to transform into cuddly little lapdogs if Biden is elected president. Biden began with a 20-minute speech, and CNN and MSNBC ran it all live, unlike their avoiding 96 percent of Trump's Tulsa rally.
'Absurd' Query to McEnany: Is Trump Sad the South Lost the Civil War?
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany had to deal with what she called "absolutely absurd" questions at Monday's press briefing. Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker asked the president believed "it was a good thing that the South lost the Civil War?"
Stelter Sets Up Moyers to Smear Trump Fans as Wanting Reporters DEAD
On CNN’s Reliable Sources on Sunday, Brian Stelter lamented that Facebook was “radicalizing” people with allowing all this divisive speech on its platform. Then he welcomed on longtime PBS omnipresence Bill Moyers, who suggested it was a popular T-shirt at Trump rallies to suggest journalists should be lynched.