news media

Time to Get CNN Out of the Airports, etc.

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Allowing one network the privilege of dominating our public spaces is dangerous to our republic in the extreme, even if, as seems to be the case, the public has growing distrust of that network. It's still there and, as some man or woman did say, the lie is going around the world with nothing to contradict it. By the time the truth puts its boots on, the liars will already be on to the next lie. We're all being propagandized, consciously and unconsciously, all the time.

Cruelty and Sexual Harassment

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

The malicious men currently in the news knew that too often the slow-coach Human Resources Department would merely catalogue their assaults and weigh the costs and benefits of endangering the careers of rich, powerful, famous predators. Given that fact, lots of cowards like Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose, or Harvey Weinstein did what all cruel bullies do. They attacked and humiliated the vulnerable without worry of repercussions — and they did so with wanton meanness apparently as sick relish.

The paper boy who kept crying 'Trump'

Editors, Washington Examiner

More harmful and damaging than Trump's outbursts against reporters is the growing trend among a significant number of journalists to overreact automatically at the first whiff of something that may or may not be a disturbing development in the new White House. Newsrooms overselling stories about this administration is part of this same trend.

In Defense of Steve Bannon and Relevant Conservatism

Driving Steve Bannon from public life is the endgame of the Left, and some in the Republican establishment, because he’s made conservatism again relevant to the concerns of working America, exposed the lies and smug elitism of the ruling class and in the process built a winning coalition to strip them of power.

Clinton's, news media's anti-Trump campaign shifts into top gear

David M. Drucker, Washington Examiner

Clinton, the Democratic nominee, with massive supporting salvos from Hollywood and news outlets, is targeting Trump's business practices and acumen, his relations with women, and what they say is his temperamental unsuitability for the Oval Office. The news-entertainment industry is amplifying Clinton's campaign message to top volume.