Thursday, June 27, 2019
The New York Times has been around for 167 years and reported on 33 presidential administrations. In that time, they've dealt with presidents who were less than thrilled about their coverage, for reasons that were usually plain, but the...
You remember scumbag Fox News talking head Eric Bolling, who used to send pictures of male genitalia to female colleagues? Well, his opposite number right there in the “news” room is none other than Donald Trump Jr.’s current squeeze,...
Trump found the news coverage of his so-far botched visit to the UK "all negative." Well, there's a good reason for that -- it is all negative. Even the few conservative voices who have dared to peep out a...
In the Watergate era when Nixon would tell a whopper and then contradict himself, then-press secretary Ron Zieglar would characterize the invalidated statement as “no longer operative.” The Trump administration is carrying on that tradition. Melania Trump dropped from...
Buck-buck-BUCKAW!   The New York Times Well, that was a breath of fetid air. The New York Times just announced that it has made the decision to remove political cartoons from all future editions of their “international” editions. They did this in response to...
I was chatting with a friend the other day about the surreal aspects of the Trump era. We began to muse whether the planet had passed through some kind of a cosmic cloud, a sort of political Mutara Nebula,...
Another battle in the War on Truth, this one involving the Washington Examiner, always known for it’s right-leaning tendencies, but never known heretofore to be merely stenographers of government generated propaganda. https://twitter.com/ddale8/status/1080244578949758977 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1080235018310635521 It’s “true” because it came straight from Trump, did not pass go,...
Look out, First Amendment. Thursday, Julian Assange's charges were escalated to include being charged under the Espionage Act. This is a crucial change, because previously Assange was being charged under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Being charged under...
Bryan Cranston, of Breaking Bad fame, last night accepted the Tony Award for best actor in a play for his portrayal of fictional fed up news man Howard Beale in Network by launching into a full-throated  defense of the fourth estate. Unlike...
Earlier today I wrote an article in which I stated that billionaire Tom Steyer was being less than forthright in the way he portrayed public sentiment in the Democratic base on the subject of impeachment. But that topic rouches...

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