At one point, Rudy Giuliani rode the success of his tenure as a US Attorney all the way to Gracie Mansion in New York. But things have drastically changed since he was one of America’s most revered mayors.
The New York Post recently published a story about Kamala Harris‘ book being given out to migrant children at the border. The story, however, was entirely fake. One copy of the book was donated by a man in Long Beach, California.
Thus far, it has been difficult for Conservative media sources to take too many shots at Joe Biden right now. The new President has a top-notch approval rating, especially considering the polarization of the country. And the White House recently announced that they have reached 200% of their initial goal of vaccinations in Biden’s first 100 days in office.
There have been few newspapers in the country more loyal to Donald Trump than the New York Post. When Rudy Giuliani wanted to drop his crazy conspiracy theory about Hunter Biden, he didn’t have to go far. The Post was willing to take on the story.
Rupert Murdoch, the Australian billionaire who owns the Fox Corporation is all in on the regular contact seen on Fox News. His sons, James and Lachlan, however, have tried to pull the channels content closer to the middle. It hasn’t gone well.
On Monday, New York Times columnist Charles Blow reminded the nation, that being black in America has consequences when African-Americans interact with the police. He relayed the story of how his son, Tahj, a Yale University student, was confronted at gunpoint by a campus police officer. The young man was unarmed and had committed no crime. He had just left the campus library. However, because Blow’s son resembled the description of a burglary suspect, an officer accosted the student, and forced him to the ground.
Mayor de Blasio with the notion in the NYPD that they are engaged in a war against their superiors or law-abiding citizens
In a conversation with Media Matters for America this week, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editor-In-Chief Gilbert Bailon blasted Fox News and other media outlets for their coverage of the Ferguson protests in the aftermath of Michael Brown's death.
Per a new ABC-Washington Post poll released on Wednesday, it appears that Republican strategist Karl Rove's plan to hurt former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by questioning both her health and age has completely backfired on him and the GOP.
On Monday, as Healthcare.gov was being visited by nearly a million people, Speaker of the House John Bohner (R-OH) felt it was necessary to try to save face.
The political and media firestorm about Richard Cohen's recent column, as typical, missed the real issues.
Jesus said don't be a hypocrite and pray in public, so what does Tebow do? He prays in pulbic AND trademarks it