How the professional media try to distort the truth

From Reuters: Imprisoned U.S. soldier Manning hospitalized in Kansas (Reuters) – U.S. soldier Chelsea Manning,1 imprisoned for handing over classified files to pro-transparency site WikiLeaks, was hospitalized, her (sic) attorney said on Wednesday, after media reports that Manning had attempted to commit suicide. The Army confirmed Manning, 28, who was born male but identifies as …

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Democrisy: The left want us to do as they say, not do as they do

From The New York Times: How the Other Fifth Lives Thomas B. Edsall | April 27, 2016 For years now, people have been talking about the insulated world of the top 1 percent of Americans, but the top 20 percent of the income distribution is also steadily separating itself — by geography and by education …

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The glass cliff?

I have noted the crappy journalism of Gannett, specifically USAToday, previously, and here’s another example: Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer gets $55M to leave Matt Krantz, USA TODAY 3:24 p.m. EDT May 1, 2016 Yahoo (YHOO) just disclosed the size of its executive pay packages and Marissa Mayer stands to make millions coming or going. The CEO of …

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Amanda Marcotte clams up Feminism has been completely subsumed by leftism, and feminists know when they have to shut up

Salon writer Amanda Marcotte has always, always! been insistent on women’s rights, a frequent writer — and jumper-to-conclusion — concerning sexual assault, and a proponent of the so-called “slut walks,” in which women demonstrate concerning their right to wear whatever they wish or act as they please and not be looked down upon or seen …

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From Around the Blogroll

The brave editors of The New York Times decided to publish an editorial on the front page . . . as though most of their front page stories aren’t editorials: Here is the text of the editorial, but I remain unmoved. Like President Obama, like the rest of the left, the editors of the Times …

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The New York Times subtle hit piece on Carly Fiorina

After having noted recently that Carly Fiorina had been getting very little “free” press, I found this story in The New York Times: For Carly Fiorina, Peripatetic Childhood Helped Build Worldview By Jason Horowitz | November 26, 2015 The 1969 Stanford Law School yearbook notified readers that Joseph Tyree Sneed III, a top professor with …

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For MSNBC, Thanksgiving isn’t a time to be thankful for what you have It's a time to lie to other people, and to lie to yourself

Thanks to William Teach of the Pirate’s Cove, I saw these wonderful hints from MSNBC on how to enjoy political conversation during Thanksgiving dinner. The byline on the article is simply “MSNBC staff,” so we are informed that this isn’t something designated as an opinion piece, but is simply a standard news (?) article. MSNBC …

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It’s just a shame that the people now have more of a voice! The patricians don't like the plebeians one little bit!

From Breitbart: Mitt Romney: Demise of Legacy Media Empowering Conservative ‘Insurgents,’ Preventing More ‘Collaborative Action’ By Tony Lee | October 20, 2015 Failed GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney lamented that the demise of traditional media is empowering Republican “insurgents” and preventing establishment Republicans from compromising more with Democrats. As the Republican establishment is trying convince …

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The practitioners of Freedom of Speech and of the Press criticize other people exercising their Freedom of Speech

From Donald Douglas: Los Angeles Times Pushes ‘Extremist’ Moral Equivalence Attack on Pamela Geller in #Garland Jihad Shooting A particularly odious comparison at today’s Los Angeles Times front-page, claiming moral equivalence between Pamela Geller and the Islamic jihadists who attempted a Charlie Hebdo attack in Texas. I tweeted the photo of the piece this morning, …

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Possibly breaking the rules?

From The New York Times: Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules By Michael S. Schmidt | March 2, 2015 WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, State Department officials said, and may have violated federal requirements that …

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