"The worse he does, the more eagerly the pundit seeks something to praise. We’ve all experienced this. 'There has to be something good to say about Trump.'"
54% of voters voted against Trump, so the mainstream media's answer to the majority rejecting the president-elect is to try to hire more pro-Trump commentators.
"The left, whether it's Black Lives Matter or La Raza...Groups that identify themselves by race provoked this group to identify by race"
The news media really has a very simple job; report the truth even if it is reporting the truth that a presidential candidate is a liar.
Reporting that doesn’t accurately reflect the huge honesty gap between the candidates misleads readers, giving them a distorted picture that favors the biggest liar.”
Donald Trump has been called, and Paul Krugman says, "I suspect Donald Trump is feeling a bit sandbagged right now."
Claiming a woman can be held accountable for a man’s indiscretions, and that they are “not off limits” in a campaign is beyond irresponsible.
"It is being reported by virtually everyone, and is a fact, that the media pile on against me is the worst in American political history!"
Reactions to an American president who not only says but does things from a position of apparent insanity, can never mean good things for the United States
To turn one of the GOP's favorite misogynist tropes around on them, what did Trump think was going to happen?
The Republicans are whining a lot about the president's address Sunday night, but they're not offering useful ideas, just whine and bluster
The response of the mainstream media to Republican debate demands is varied, from the Times' mocking to NBC's offer to make grab their ankles
"We are wiping the slate clean," we are told by Paul Ryan, which means the same "screw America" agenda advanced by a new face
What Ivanka needs to realize is that it is not that her father is blunt, but that the content of his speech is both racist and misogynist
After a 4.8 million dollar Pro-Bush ad blitz in New Hampshire, Jeb's polling numbers have moved in the wrong direction, dipping 0.3 percent.
Everyone ought to be talking about Major Bradley Podliska, and everyone did Sunday, except for CBS News, which preferred Donald Trump lies
Americans' trust in mass media has been falling since 2004 and this year "ties the historical lows on this measure set in 2014 and 2012."
Despite the media's attempt to spin it as a fatal blow, Trump's feud with Fox's Megyn Kelly has not hurt him with Republican voters.
Too much can be made of the plethora of Republican candidates for 2016 - after all, they are all virtually clones of one another
Fox News seems to want to wish away Hillary Clinton, but even their numbers cannot disguise that the public still approves of Hillary Clinton