CNN’s hit piece on Don McGahn

There are times I wonder if CNN has taken the editorial decision to go All Anti-Trump, All the Time, the way they did with the O J Simpson trial last century. This morning’s hit piece was on White House counsel Don McGahn. The lovely and leggy Alisyn Camerota, so reliably conservative when she was an …

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It takes a Chinese student to teach the #snowflakes about freedom of speech

From The Washington Post: A Chinese student praised the ‘fresh air of free speech’ at a U.S. college. Then came the backlash. By Simon Denyer and Congcong Zhang | May 23 at 1:03 PM BEIJING — When Yang Shuping spoke Sunday of her eternal gratitude to the University of Maryland for teaching her about “free …

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The unreality based community

From National Review: Chelsea Manning and the Problem with Pronouns By David French | May 19, 2017 | 3:26 PM EDT Intolerance of disagreement in the debate over transgender issues begins to creep into law. Yesterday trans Twitter got very, very angry with me. I wrote a Corner post about Chelsea Manning’s release from prison, …

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Not much of a surprise

Assault rifles are piling up at stores. Big change from when Obama was president and gun sales were booming. https://t.co/nuNjbyKUIX — Heather Long (@byHeatherLong) May 9, 2017 President Obama earned a title he probably finds unsettling: World’s Greatest Gun Salesman Sets Incredible New Record Posted at 9:16 am on June 7, 2016 by Bob Owens …

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Ulrich Baer, The New York Times, and the totalitarianism of the left Conservatives may mock the positions of the left, but the left try to use governing power to muzzle the positions of the right.

The New York Times would be the first to defend the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of speech and of the press . . . for itself. Others? Not so much: What ‘Snowflakes’ Get Right About Free Speech by Ulrich Baer1 | April 24, 2017 During the 1980s and ’90s, a shift occurred in American …

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Moral consistency: don’t bemoan Bill O’Reilly’s ouster over sexual harassment if you thought Bill Clinton should be impeached for a consensual sexual encounter

From National Review: O’Reilly, Ailes, and the Toxic Conservative-Celebrity Culture By David French | April 20, 2017 Knifework, not character or integrity, is what we demand from our ideological gladiators. We’re paying the price. There are those who say that the Left is “taking scalps,” and they have a list of Republican victims to prove …

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Bill O’Reilly, Mike Pence and the Billy Graham rule

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Bill O’Reilly out at Fox News, denies wrongdoing; Tucker Carlson will take over timeslot Updated: April 19, 2017 — 5:46 PM EDT | by Nick Vadala, Staff Writer Bill O’Reilly is no longer with Fox News. 21st Century Fox issued a statement on O’Reilly’s departure, writing that the host “will not …

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The left’s new lie about Obaminablecare

Propaganda from The New York Times: No ‘Death Spiral’: Insurers May Soon Profit From Obamacare Plans, Analysis Finds By Reed Abelson | April 7, 2017 In contrast to the dire pronouncements from President Trump and other Republicans, the demise of the individual insurance market seems greatly exaggerated, according to a new financial analysis released Friday. …

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A wholly misleading article from CNNMoney on the Keystone XL pipeline

Sigh! From CNNMoney: Keystone XL pipeline would only create 35 permanent jobs by Matt Egan | March 24, 2017: 11:43 AM ET President Trump hailed the State Department’s approval of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline as a big win for American workers. “It’s a great day for American jobs,” Trump said from the Oval Office …

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