A new episode of FX on Hulu's The Premise finds it impossible to believe that any victim of gun violence would still genuinely support gun rights.
On the Wednesday edition of MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle Reports, Ruhle and PBS White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor were perplexed by why Republicans were calling for Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley to be fired after it was alleged that, among other things, he promised his Chinese counterpart a heads up in the event of a U.S. attack.
The confusion came about because according to Alcindor:
As NBC political director Chuck Todd trotted out his mostly liberal panel for Sunday’s Meet the Press, the mood was dreary as they all had to cope with and explain President Biden’s incompetency on multiple ongoing crises, with him on yet another vacation.
After an FDA advisory panel shot down the White House’s prospect of rolling out COVID vaccination boosters for everyone, it was apparent that President Biden had gotten ahead of the science we were being told to worship.
Alabama is the eleventh state to join Florida’s fight against Big Tech.
New York Times media reporter Michael Grynbaum devoted 2,300 words to profiling President Biden’s press secretary Jen Psaki for Sunday’s edition, bragging in the online headline that normalcy (and a more compliant press corps?) had returned to the White House with Trump out: “
You can tell the left really can't stand that their socialist plans are being slowed down by Republicans and more centrist Democrats like Sen. Joe Manchin. Actress and comedian Sarah Silverman is trying to draw attention to herself by pitching on her podcast the idea of splitting America into two pieces, letting the conservatives secede.
"Maybe we should break up," she says. The never-married actress, 50, wasn't talking about her personal life.
“Are you so stupid, I just got to ask, are you so stupid, are you so ignorant of how things work that you don’t know that from time to time generals talk to generals?"
The Fox News phenomenon should have been a wake-up call to every TV executive.
The formula couldn’t be more simple.
The notoriously hard-left The View is currently holding tryouts to replace token conservative Meghan McCain, who departed the show this summer after numerous clashes with liberals like Joy Behar. Whoever this new woman is, she should prepare herself for the disgusting levels that the View co-hosts will go to defend (liberal) men accused of sexual crimes.
As the nation grapples with the threat of high inflation, Bloomberg News is reporting that Americans are now feeling the heat of price spikes.
On Thursday, Politico "West Wing Playbook" writer Alex Thompson reported Washington Post writer Jennifer Rubin has transformed from "one of the Obama administration’s most reactionary critics" to "one of the most reliable defenders of the Biden administration." She has
You ignorant Americans! How "delusional" can you be to think there was anything wrong about the Chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff promising America's greatest adversary to tip them off to any impending attack!
As "delusional" as that might seem to patriotic Americans, that was exactly Nicolle Wallace's opinion on her MSNBC show Friday. Discussing Joint Chief Chairman Mark Milley's phone call with his ChiCom counterpart in which he promised to give advance warning of a US attack ordered by President Trump, Wallace whined:
In the latest edition of the NewsBusters Podcast, the hot story is Team Biden trying to shut down the Fox News camera exposing their maladministration of the border.
As the California recall campaign closed, New Day and other CNN shows ignored news reflecting unfavorably on Democrats while going negative against Republican candidate Larry Elder until the very end.
New Day and other CNN shows completely ignored liberal actress Rose McGowan's endorsement of Elder as she also accused Democratic Governor Newsom's ex-wife of trying to protect Democratic donor Harvey Weinstein from McGowan's charges of sexual assault.
Los medios liberales en español de la nación se esmeran por mantener a la controversial congresista latina Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez fuera de las noticias. Y con razón, como verán en la siguiente "entrevista" de Noticias Telemundo mientras desfilaba por la alfombra roja de la Gala del Met, cuyo costo es de $30,000 por persona, ataviada en un vestido de alta costura con un mensaje político dirigido al grupo con quien socializaba.
In a twist of irony, head of Instagram Adam Mosseri warned about the “risk” of social media “censorship” in an attempt to defend his platform from articles critical of censorious Facebook.
Apple is reportedly "monitoring" challenges to the new pro-life law in Texas, according to an internal memo posted on Sept. 16, according to TechCrunch.
The law prohibits abortions after 6 weeks.
On Wednesday, during his nightly diatribe against Republicans, Late Night host Seth Meyers alleged that the GOP can only win elections by utilizing "cheat codes," by which Meyers simply meant rules he doesn't like.