Media Bias

MSNBC hot take: ‘I don’t know the difference between Baghdad Bob and Sarah Huckabee Sanders’

By Robert Laurie The left looks at the very existence of this administration as a personal failure. SHE was never supposed to lose. Come hell or high water, Hillary Clinton was going to become President

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Reuters: Wow! Trump did really well in our new poll – so it must be an outlier and we’re sorry

By Robert Laurie From time to time, I’ll refer to a mainstream media piece that contains good news for the Trump administration.  Often, I’ll write something like: It must kill them to report this.  That’s

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Eating their own: Ed Schultz says he was fired because MSNBC was in the tank for Hillary

By Robert Laurie Remember Ed Schultz?  No? Really? Wow.  How time flies.  Ed Schultz was an MSNBC host (and hardcore leftist) who was famous for his outlandish rants.  At one point, he was one of

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Tim Kaine: Yeah, so maybe Obama and Kerry didn’t get all those Syrian chemical weapons after all

By Robert Laurie In case you’ve forgotten, Tim Kaine is the Virginia Senator who had the misfortune of attaching his rising star to Hillary Clinton’s presidential catastrophe. He was selected as Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 running

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This one tweet tells you everything you’ll ever need to know about Bill Kristol – Michelle Obama 2020!?

By Robert Laurie Once upon a time, Bill Kristol was basically synonymous with the “conservative movement.”  Those days are long, long, loooooong gone. Whatever conservative cache he once had has been piddled away in an

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Hillary: People are only telling me to shut up and go away because I’m a woman!

By Robert Laurie As you know, Hillary Clinton blew her last shot at the presidency over a year ago. Election day 2016 is now over 16 months in the past, and Trump has been in

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Lefty media freaking out because Sinclair Broadcast Group made its station anchors denounce bias and fake news

By Dan Calabrese Let’s review a few basic facts about the nature of business and employment: First, when the owner of your company wants you to do something, it is generally not considered scandalous that