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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Media now calls it "resistance journalism"

The New York Times attacked journalism's fair-haired boy, Ronan Farrow, with a vengeance on Sunday for not following the well-established rules that the Times openly abandoned in August 2016. The attack may be a matter of petty jealousy. The two shared a Pulitzer for bringing down Harvey Weinstein.

Who Democrats kill

His name was Mike. He was 93. He was too young for World War II, but served in the post-war Philippines. Afterward, he became a college basketball star. He later worked for Mine Safety. He developed the safety helmets that are still worn by most miners. He saved lives.

Miami Herald is a shoo-in for a Pulitzer

The rest of the editorial writers in America should not waste time next January submitting their editorials to the Pulitzer Committee because the Miami Herald is a shoo-in. Its covid-19 editorials have everything the committee seeks.

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I can hardly wait for February.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Put the rubes in charge

In April, the governor of New York made the cover of the Rolling Stone.

TV stars seek Drudge Fame in the era of Trump

Unable to stand Neil Cavuto getting all the attention for being wrong about President Donald John Trump on Monday, Joe Scarborough out-wackied Cavuto.

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The choice is clear: capitalism or starvation.

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Are Democrats sabotaging Biden?

The headline on Fox was vaguely familiar. It said, "Geese honking, iPhone ringing: Biden event beset by bloopers."

Cavuto takes the vapors

Neil Cavuto screwed up royally on Monday. He became the news instead of reporting it. This drew accolades from the propagandists in the media but the screwup shows he has spread himself too thin. He is a cancer survivor who suffers multiple sclerosis. He also underwent cardiac surgery last year. He does two daily shows and a weekend one.

Is NBC the next Weinstein?

New York state is investigating sex misconduct at NBC news including an allegation that Tom Brokaw assaulted Linda Vester.

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Donald John Trump is still our president.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Garbage in, garbage out

When the Stars and Stripes, Europe, became a computerized newsroom in 1975, the gregarious Phil Ramsey (a Linotype operator turned computer guru) told me everything I needed to know about computers in one acronym.

Bring on the next hoax, Democrats

Covid-19 failed. Americans ended their lockdown. Glenn Reynolds reported, "I looked on and it showed 92% of Hilton Head hotels were booked for Memorial Day weekend. Even for mid-June it was 76%. This suggests a swift recovery, post-lockdown. Or am I missing something?"

No, everyone in Wisconsin will not die of covid-19

USA Today hates freedom, particularly in Wisconsin. The newspaper wants the Cheesehead State to state locked indoors for no apparent reason until the Democrat governor says they can go outside again. Somehow, covid-19 has canceled the Constitution.

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POP QUIZ: Name the one government official who has not accepted a penny in salary during the Pandemic Panic.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

The lockdowns are ending

Peggy Noonan's last two columns on the pandemic panic were encouraging because her Brooklyn roots are showing. She sides with those who want the lockdown to end.

Trump cans Obama appointee. Media alarmed

President Donald John Trump finally fired Democrat henchman Steve Linick as inspector general at the State Department. Obama appointed him in 2013 and a Democrat Senate confirmed him. He apparently wiled away his time giving documents to House Democrats.

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Donald John Trump is still our president.

Friday, May 15, 2020

Lefty discovers his side is fascist

Matt Taibbi, the heir to the Hunter S. Thompson throne at Rolling Stone, discovered something amid the pandemic panic. He is horrified to learn that lefties are a bunch of fascists.

Say no to another stimulus

So we sent $1,200 to every taxpayer in the country in an effort to stimulate the economy. How did that work?