New York Times Trolls Pennsylvania Delegate Count To Keep Trump Revenue Coming
I’m not a pollyanna. Ted Cruz is in a tough fight for the nomination. If he loses on Tuesday in Indiana I think the wind goes out of his campaign and Trump goes to the convention with 1,237 delegates and the momentum necessary to stop any attempt to challenge the credentials of his delegates and, ultimately, ultimately he takes the nomination. The polls have been | Read More »
This New York Times Correction Shows Why The Left Is Screwed
The most viable Democratic candidate running right now is Hillary Clinton. She is going to win the nomination, and she will run in the general with little to no negative coverage from the press. This will put whoever the Republican candidate is at a disadvantage. However, that does not mean Hillary Clinton is the best that the Democratic Party can put forward by virtue of | Read More »
The Pro-Abort Left Coming Absolutely Unglued at Pro-Life States
The pro-abort Left’s frustration is mounting as more states battle against Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry as a whole. The ongoing fight to protect the unborn has moved from the U.S Congress, where nothing has been achieved, to individual states with pro-life governors and legislatures. The New York Times editorial board even published their own complaint Monday morning in the wake of this continued “assault”, as they call it. | Read More »
I Hate To Admit It But Donald Trump And David Brooks Are Right About Each Other
After agreeing with Donald Trump’s and David Brooks’s description of each other I’m getting the queasy, Nightmare on Elm Street feeling.
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SURPRISE: The New York Times Says What They Believe Depends Upon the Outcome They Want
Hypocrisy is an integral part of progressive thought and nowhere is that more on display than in the New York Times haranguing the Senate to confirm Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court.
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Succeeding Scalia: The New York Times rediscovers push polling
The British TV comedy series Yes, Prime Minister* made fun of political issue polling by pointing out that shady pollsters can get any result they want, and someone with an agenda is usually more than happy to use such a shady poll to push that agenda. Today The New York Times reported giddily that if they led up to their key agenda question, with a | Read More »
New York Times Says Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio Are Not Latino
In a rather stunning op-ed in the NYT, we learn that Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio aren’t Latino politicians because they don’t act like Latino politicians.
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Now THIS Is a Negative Value Endorsement. Brutal.
Poor John Kasich. First, he suffers from debilitating “Invisible Orchestra Conductor Syncrome” (or IOCS, wherein one is constantly conducting an orchestra no one can see), and now this. The New York Times has endorsed him as the GOP’s only “plausible” candidate. Ouch bro. The actual text of the endorsement reads like pretty much the most brutal anti-Kasich ad imaginable. Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, though | Read More »
About Those New York Values Ted Cruz Mentioned…
If ever there was a city that needed its values laid bare, the facade removed, it is New York City. Ted Cruz is being hammered over his comments over the past week and especially last night. However, is Ted Cruz wrong about New York? I ask you this, knowing that if your answer is “Yes,” then you have either not read this column from the | Read More »
Ted Cruz Trolls The Washington Post And The New York Times
Yesterday, a “cartoonist” for the Washington Post named Ann Telnaes drew a particularly vile cartoon in which she depicted ‘s two daughters as monkeys. The Washington Post subsequently pulled the cartoon but managed to do so without a word of apology to Cruz or his wife or the girls. Truly a class act they have going there. (See RedState coverage of that cartoon here | | Read More »
End The Dogs Shooting Guns Epidemic in America
All decent people feel sorrow and righteous fury about the latest shooting of an innocent in Ohio. Law enforcement agencies are searching for motivations, including the vital question of how the shooter might have even learned how to use a gun. That is right and proper, because the shooter is a dog and dogs don’t even have thumbs. But motives do not matter to the | Read More »
“You Gotta See This Guy” – Trump’s Lie Exposed
Donald Trump committed probably his worst campaign offense so far last week, and given the other greatest hits in the Trump catalogue, that is an impressive feat indeed. What did Trump do? It definitely appeared to virtually every unbiased observer that Trump mocked a disabled reporter for his physical disability, which is the sort of thing that any halfway decent person, regardless of their political | Read More »
New York Times Panics As Media Monopoly Slips Away
In the aftermath of the smoking mountain of #FAIL that was the CNBC-hosted GOP debate, the candidates have taken the lead in deciding what the rules should be for future debates. I’m agnostic on what the rules should be and so long as the candidates can agree on them I’m fine with it. The New York Times, however, gets all screechy-voice-wetty-pants at the idea. In | Read More »
The New York Times vs. The New York Times on Presidential Prerogatives.
The New York Times can’t even remember the stuff that the New York Times has written in the past. The Old Grey Lady, indeed.
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It Took Amazon.com TWO MONTHS To Respond to the New York Times
Wow. Amazon needs a Prime account for its PR Team to respond to stories. On August 15, 2015, Jodi Kantor wrote this long piece on Amazon’s workplace for the New York Times. The story was damning, wide spread, and has been recirculated frequently over the past two months whenever anything Amazon related comes up. Two months later, Amazon.com has finally responded. Hilariously, its response is | Read More »