Tag Archives: media bias
Below are the some of the tough questions Steve Kroft served up to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The interview reads like something taken out of the dating game. Steve Kroft: This is very improbable. This is not an interview … Continue reading
In May of 2009, Barack Obama made a “joke” at White House Correspondents Dinner. He said about those in attendance: “Most of you covered me (pause)… All of you voted for me.” Mildly amusing if it weren’t true. Not only … Continue reading
Over at Huffington Post Robert Greenwald discovers that Obama has been killing children with drones During my recent trip to Pakistan as part of our upcoming documentary film, Drones Exposed, I was struck most by the stories told to me … Continue reading
It’s enough to make you ill. The White House press corps are not reporters any longer. They are not simply groupies. They’re way past that. They are Obama’s guardians. They worship him. How did it come to this?
Dinesh D’Souza spelled it out. It was the number three reason to see 2016: The Movie.
This is a message to Candy Crowley and all the intellectual lightweights of Obama’s state-directed propaganda bureaus: we are no longer unarmed and sitting back to be spoon fed your drivel. We will use perspicuity to check every micro piece of biased misinformation you try to palm off on America, and while you are moderating with the traditional smug and self-assured attitude and your expressions of self-designated superiority; remember, you are losing credibility and market share and we gaining credibility and market share daily.
Unbelievable. Simply unbelievable.
President Obama: Well, first of all I am not sure that all of those characterizations that you laid out there were accurate. For example, nobody accused Mr. Romney of being a felon. And, I think that what is absolutely true is if you watch me on the campaign trail, here’s what I’m talking about. I’m talking about how to put Americans back to work.
Over at the Weekly Standard the Blog catches the exchange between Lester Holt and Mark Halperin in which Halperin says out loud what we’ve all known for a long time:
I am sitting here slowly draining an adult beverage as I write this. This day began horribly with the shooting in Aurora Colorado that thus far has resulted in 12 deaths and 59 wounded. Then it was made even worse by the utterly demented opining of Brian Ross and George Stephanopoulos that the shooting could be linked the Tea Party.