Obama Declares War On Fox News – Who Wins

    In a calculated and deliberate move escalated on the Sunday talking head shows, the Obama administration has declared war on Fox News. Not only have they declared war, there is a concentrated effort to discredit Fox by actually soliciting the assistance of competing news organization. White House Chief of Staff Rham Emanuel and White House Senior Advisor David Axelrod using similar talking points declared Sunday | Read More »

    Using Obama sex to sell the New York Times

    The mainstream media’s Obamamania reaches a new, much lower, level. The New York Times “Domestic Disturbances” blogger, Judith Warner, writes about dreams of illicit sex with President Obama – not just hers, but also a number of her female friends: The other night I dreamt of Barack Obama. He was taking a shower right when I needed to get into the bathroom to shave my | Read More »

    Washington Post admits Obama bias

    Now that the election is over the Deborah Howell, the Washington PostOmbudsman, admits that the Post’s election coverage was biased towardObama. Howell reports readers complained consistently criticized the Post’s”lack of probing issues coverage and what they saw as a tilt towardDemocrat Barack Obama.” She conducted a survey of the Post’s electioncoverage since November 11, 2007 on issues, voters, fundraising,the candidates’ backgrounds, horse-race stories on tactics, | Read More »

    Whoops, the Times does it again

    Obama’s paper of record, the New York Times is out with another advocacy piece for Obama. Once again the Times regurgitates unsupported allegations insinuating — but not proving — some sort of improper conduct by the McCain campaign. The so-called newspaper charges that McCain-Palin 2008 campaign manager Rick Davis was paid by Freddie Mac until last month, contrary to previous reporting, as well as statements | Read More »

    New York Times Rejects McCain Editorial

    Earlier today I wrote about the fact that the media is seen as biased, and reporters are trying to help Obama win. Now the New York Times provides more evidence about how the mainstream media makes it difficult for the voters to get information both sides of an issue to make an informed decision about whom to vote for. Less than a week after the | Read More »