While it’s definitely not surprising to see that CNN has a left-wing bias — that’s been obvious for decades — Project Veritas’ video series exposing the inner workings of the network offers a glimpse into how editorial decisions are made and who benefits from those choices.
When President Trump learned that Representative Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), chairman of the House Oversight Committee (which has issued subpoenas for Trump’s personal tax returns), had passed away early Thursday morning, he offered his condolences in a tweet:
“I expect to die in bed, my successor will die in prison, and his successor will die a martyr in the public square.” So said the late Cardinal Francis George approximately a decade ago, warning that this recurring historical pattern could be completed in our nation if we maintain our current cultural trajectory. And as society secularizes, say critics, leading the way is a major political party: the Democrats.
If you’re a hotshot D.C. political consultant, it pays to have your main squeeze in Congress. She’ll order her campaign to line your pockets with “consulting fees.”
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s claims of innocence in the Biden-Burisma scandal just took another blow.
In 2016 during Bernie Sanders’ first run for president, Investor’s Business Daily called him “the bum who wants your money.”
It’s a radical left-wing idea so unjust that it was even rejected by a governor nicknamed “Moonbeam.” But that hasn’t deterred California’s governor Gavin Newsom. Finding his own way to address secret foreign influence over our government, he’s put it right out in the open: Newsom just signed a law allowing illegal aliens to serve on state boards — governing you.
Much has been written in recent years about Millennials — the generation of people that the Pew Research Center defines as those born from 1981 to 1996. Most of what has been written about Millennials has been less than flattering, and has focused mostly on the personality traits attributed to this generation. (Time magazine described them as the “me, me, me” generation.)
In his zeal to prove the specter of “income inequality” that has been talked about by every Democrat running for the presidency, New York Times writer David Leonhardt turned out a 1,400-word book report. The book in question, The Triumph of Injustice, written by a couple of left-wing professors at the University of California, Berkeley, claims that, thanks to Trump’s tax policies, the rich pay a lower tax rate on their income than do the rest of us. Wrote Leonhardt,