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March 19, 2018


Once Again the Media Is Falling for the False Equivalence Argument

Well that was nice while it lasted. For a couple of days, the media was all over the story of Jeff Sessions’ meetings with the Russian ambassador; that is after they spent pretty much all of Wednesday falling over themselves complementing Der Führer on his State of the Union Address. For the last time, pin-heads,

Why the Press and Media Can’t Back Down

Over the last few weeks, something really extraordinary and, from my perspective, unique has been happening. As this president and his administration continue to lie and deflect about their reprehensible conduct, the press and the media have stood their ground and held them accountable. The recent reporting in both The New York Times and The


Democracy is defined as government by the people; a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. Most Republican voters don’t realize who Charles and David Koch are or what Citizens United was or Americans

Media Madness over Terrorists

What occurred in Paris yesterday may only be described as tragic and lawless. However, I want to remind those who are yelling already at near shrill level that “we need to close our borders,” and “they got exactly what they asked for,” due to their immigration policy (Laura Ingraham) is absolutely detestable. To be clear:

The Big Lie

Okay, so we lost. It’s time to get over it. I’ve heard and read a lot of excuses about why we lost. There has been a lot finger-pointing and passing the buck. I’ve heard everything from low voter turnout to bad candidates and some even blaming Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. The finger-pointing has to stop. It’s time

Jake Gyllenhaal’s Creepy Crawler

And they said there were no exciting horror movies this All Hallow’s Eve. Oh sure, there are no monsters, ghosts, or torture porn in  Nightcrawler. What there is in the film just released today is a character far scarier than any mythical creature of the night. In Nightcrawler, directed by Bourne Legacy scribe, Dan Gilroy,

Bush II & the Plague of Revisionist History

As I made my daily rounds of the media-sphere this morning, I happened across a disturbing article, something which shook me to my core – although in retrospect it probably shouldn’t have. An article in The New Republic took aim at sympathetic tweets which surfaced in the Twitter-sphere from an MSNBC correspondent claiming a New

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