There is a great enabling happening in the United States, and it has been going on for years. Many of the nation's largest media outlets are cleaning up Trump's words to make him sound less incoherent and stupid.
The sad fact is that the stupidity that drove the results of the midterms is not reserved to the Republican base, or Democratic voters would not have stayed home in a repeat performance of the devastating 2010 midterms.
Democrats are now people who can have our heads held under water until we stop breathing, who can be "made to squeal," not like pigs and the media will remain silent
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) pulled no punches by calling out the media for refusing to inform and educate people.
What makes newspapers actions more despicable is that they are not owned by the Kochs, but they are using so-called "opinion and editorial" pages to promote Republican candidates, and push Kochs brother ideology and vision for America as the country's salvation.
America's mainstream media is as apt to repeat failures as conservatives likely due to the symbiotic relationship between corporate media and the conservative movement.
It is the main stream media's fault the nation is plagued with Sarah Palin's recurring appearances on the national stage
Conservatives incessantly drone on and on about George Soros as a villain, when the Koch brothers are discussed. Who's the real villain?
The mistakes legislators make tend to fall in one direction, giving U.S. politics a rightward tilt compared to what most voters say they want
The trend to label ordinary American activists as domestic terrorists is alarming, bringing to new reasons to revisit the PATRIOT act.
Post debate polls back up the fact that Romney failed to establish himself as presidential, as new media tools show the public thought Obama won on substance.
Throughout President Obama's term, the corporate media has propagated most of the Republican talking points by guilt of omission in the guise of 'fair and balanced' reporting.
Ryan's request for stimulus money proves he knows that the path to prosperity is not severe austerity measures and tax cuts for the wealthy, but government infusion of cash into the economy.
If Republicans were called on every one of their lies during interviews, on political talk shows, or during the evening news, they may abandon lying as their modus operandi.