Category: Academia, Media & Hollywood

August 7, 2012

The Olympics and Feminist-style Reporting

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 07 Aug 2012

It’s difficult to say if the greatest drama of the 2012 Olympics has occurred inside or outside the athletic arena, but it’s hard for anything to compare to the controversy that recently surrounded 16-year-old Chinese swim sensation Ye Shiwen. …

July 28, 2012

The Aurora Propaganda Award Goes to…

The New York Daily News. Hands down.

The winning entry is an anti-Second Amendment Rights piece written in the wake of the Colorado tragedy, one in which virtually every line contains a callow, melodramatic appeal to emotion or an outright …

July 26, 2012

Tea Party Targeted by “All the Bolsheviks’ Children” (ABC)

It wasn’t just that ABC’s Brian Ross was wrong in suggesting that the “Jim Holmes” he found on a Tea Party website was the same man who committed the heinous crime in Aurora, Colorado. It’s that his comment was …

July 1, 2012

NBC News Scandals

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was gunned down in 2010 with a gun from “Operation Fast & Furious.” So were 200 Mexican citizens. (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent Jaime Zapata may have also been shot dead with …

June 29, 2012

An MSNBC Transcript of Lincoln’s Historic Speeches

“Four years ago our fathers proposition all men. Now we are engaged in testing whether so conceived. We are great on a resting place. It is altogether fitting that we do this. But men, living and dead, can never forget …

June 27, 2012

Inauspicious Beginning to the Most Important Election in Decades

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,In The News - 27 Jun 2012

The presidential nominees for the election this fall are set. The battle lines are drawn and the legions of supporters for each side are increasingly engaged. It is shaping up to be a monumental struggle, reflective of the fact – …

May 20, 2012

America’s Real Bullies

So, the newspaper that broke the Watergate scandal is reduced to this?

The Washington Post, apparently in panic mode over Mitt Romney’s climbing poll numbers, is actually running a Page 1 expose of the …

May 13, 2012

The Fearful Media Hypocrisy

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 13 May 2012

The media in mostly all aspects of their occupation have lost creditability and respect within the hearts and minds of the American people. Some still adhere to journalism excellence, but unfortunately this special and essential profession has sunk so low …

May 12, 2012

If The Old Media Were Still Relevant

With Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts, now all but assured the GOP’s nomination for the Presidency, the left has spent no time at all doing what they do best. What they do best is distract. With the nation teetering …

April 28, 2012

Family Values

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood - 28 Apr 2012

Have you ever had a tempting offer that seemed too good to be true? One example that comes to mind would be the work at home ads that promise you will make $10,000 the first month and as much as …

April 18, 2012

Birmingham News Drops the Ball on Black-on-white Crime

This past Tuesday I reported on the stabbing of white truck driver Nick Stokes by members of a black motorcycle gang called the Outcasts of Alabama. It’s not merely a scary story but also an unusual one, mostly because …

Mike Wallace in the hot seat

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,History - 18 Apr 2012

The journalism establishment exemplified, by the MSM (mainstream media), does not believe in American exceptionalism. That’s reserved for the rubes in flyover country. Their admiration is reserved for themselves and the lofty position the “4th Estate” holds in contemporary society. …

April 6, 2012

Merchant Seaman In 1798, Health Care On Federal Enclaves, And Really Silly Journalists.

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing; and no one illustrates this Principle better than Forbes’ writer Rick Unger in his article, “Congress Passes Socialized Medicine and Mandates Health Insurance – In 1798”, Washington Post writer Greg Sargent and …

April 2, 2012

Rush to Judgment?

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,Myths & Lies - 02 Apr 2012

It’s the Duke lacrosse rape case all over again. In 2006, a black stripper accused three white lacrosse players of raping her.

April 1, 2012

The only thing George Zimmerman didn’t do is play lacrosse

Neighborhood Watch celebrity George Zimmerman graduated from a high school not too far from where I live in Virginia. I certainly hope he made it to the 10–year reunion of the Osbourn Park Class of 2001, because it doesn’t look …

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