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Sorry, Media: You’re Not Victims No Matter How Much ‘Abuse’ You Take

by NY Post Editorial Board Is there anything more tedious than the press complaining about how it’s treated? After grousing that Stephanie Grisham, President Trump’s former press secretary, never held a formal briefing, the media can’t stand that Kayleigh McEnany, her … Continue reading

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Inside the Media’s Relentless Crusade to Destroy President Trump

by Kimberley Strassel ♦ October 13, 2019 Since Donald Trump’s election in 2016, the mainstream media has shed its once-noble mission — the pursuit of the truth — and instead adopted a new purpose: to take down the president. In … Continue reading

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Pro-Obamacare Team Trains Reporters on Covering Obamacare Website Problems

So much for an independent press. Reporters with the Society of American Business Editors and Writers received “training” on how to cover Obamacare’s rollout from a policy expert who works with President Obama’s former health information technology adviser. The Commonwealth … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalist

By Alan Caruba “The beauty of video, especially amplified by the Internet, is to allow a handful of citizen journalists working on a shoestring to end-run the biggest news organizations in the world.” James O’Keefe, the young man who exposed … Continue reading

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