The Post

Spielberg Spoils the Press Rotten

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

Everyone should embrace the notion that freedom of the press is part of the system of government checks and balances. But what all the media are suggesting about this movie (The Post), and about this president, is that no one needs to act as a check or a balance on the press. They can be painted as dangerously "under siege" when their bias or errors are questioned. Despite the "superhero" treatment at the Cineplex, journalists are not automatically more noble and conscientious than everyone else.

The Insufferable Nostalgia of a Lying Press

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Liberals love to turn bullies into victims and victims into bullies. The real complaint underlying Hollywood’s hagiography is that liberals don’t possess one hundred percent of the power in America. All of their whining about “tyranny” is just a projection of their own desire for it. They want checks on everyone’s power but their own. It is out of that sense of entitlement that their Trump hysteria has grown, mushrooming to the point where they feel terrorized by a tweet.