The 2017 Super Bowl Part II pits President Trump against the sports elite and most of the media. It might be a fair fight if Trump didn’t have the majority of football fans on his side.
This past week was a battle of those two sides.
Journalism isn’t dead, but the liberal news media are trying hard to murder it in its sleep like Freddy Krueger would.
Disasters bring out the best and worst in people.
Journalists and pundits claim they to want to tamp down national anger. Then they turn around and push the most dangerous rhetoric I’ve seen in my lifetime.
Some news stories are so insane that the first reaction has to be disbelief.
The front page of The New York Times still includes the motto: “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” Some days it’s even accurate. But that wasn’t the case on Tuesday.
The first rule of Journalism Fight Club is: Don’t totally embarrass yourself or your employer, especially on TV. Then there’s Jim Acosta.
So-called journalists were too busy covering presidential tweets this week to report on a topic that might embarrass their friends.
Was President Trump’s surprise dinner with Russian President Vladimir Putin “too cozy for comfort?” Only if you work for one of America’s clueless mainstream media outlets.