New York Times columnist and Nobel award winning economist Paul Krugman is a well-known sufferer of Trump Derangement Syndrome. When it was revealed on Friday that the jobs numbers were much better than the doomsday media predicted, Krugman floated a conspiracy theory as an explanation.
Along with the protests in cities across America in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd has come rioting, looting, acts of arson, and violent assaults on random citizens and law enforcement alike.
In the age of Trump, many media outlets have resorted to publishing pure fiction disguised as news, hence the popularity of the term "fake news."
Over the weekend, the New York Times put out a story that is based purely on fantasy. It is like fan fiction for the "resistance."
A BuzzFeed News report on Tuesday found that presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's campaign has circulated talking points when it comes to Tara Reade. She accused him of sexual assault in 1993.
The talking points used information from a New York Times investigation, but the publication said the campaign is "inaccurately" describing the information.
Brooklyn bar owner Joe Joyce passed away on April 9 of the Wuhan coronavirus. Ginia Bellafonte at The New York Timestried so hard to blame Fox News (specifically Sean Hannity) for Joyce's death because he went on a cruise on March 1. Supposedly Joyce decided to go ahead with his plans because Hannity downplayed the virus.
The hatred for Fox News blinded Bellafonte because she made two basic mistakes, which caused her editors to fix her piece. Oh, they did not add an "editor's note" at the bottom.
The two problems: Joyce went on his cruise on March 1, but Bellafonte quoted remarks from Hannity on March 8. Bellafonte forgot she didn't take the virus seriously around the same time.
The New York Times is in "drag Joe Biden across the finish line" mode. There is no better example of that than its coverage of Tara Reade's sexual assault allegations against her former boss, who was a Senator at the time of the alleged assault.
The NY Times is in full election mode.
On the one hand, the Times is devoting enormous resources toward blaming Trump for the Wuhan coronavirus damage, as if Trump declaring a national lockdown in February, as the impeachment trial was coming to a close, would have been feasible politically or justified based on what was known at the time.
In an effort to blame everyone but China for the Wuhan Coronavirus crisis, the New York Times has been on the warpath in recent weeks against the Trump administration, Fox News, and conservative talkers like Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity.
Okay, yeah, the mainstream media totally sticks to the nonpartisan position they should all have.
I blogged about how Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi ruined the bipartisan stimulus bill in the Senate. The New York Times used a correct headline the first time but changed it two more times to move the blame away from the Democrats.
The Communist Chinese government expelled journalists from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Washington Post on Tuesday to tighten its grip on the coronavirus story.
The Communists blamed the U.S. for the decision while threatening to throw out more journalists.
Several years ago, Dennis Prager launched Prager University, a YouTube series aimed at providing fact-based educational videos on history, civics, culture, and more. Prager's aim was to counter the never-ending flow of anti-American and often wrong progressive views pushed on college campuses.
On Sunday, The New York Timeshad an article about how FedEx managed to cut its tax bill to only $0.
FedEx CEO Frederick Smith released a statement, claiming the paper "published a distorted and factually incorrect piece" on his company.
Smith also challenged the NYT editor to a public debate on federal tax policy.
When we last checked in Sarah Palin's lawsuit against the New York Time over false claims that Palin's 2011 electoral map was connected to the shooting of then congresswoman Gabby Giffords, the lawsuit had been reinstated by a panel of the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, after a trial court dismissal.
The New York Times wants you to know who the real enemy of U.S. troops was in the raid to get Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: DONALD TRUMP.
According to a handful of unnamed sources cited by the Times, the raid was successful IN SPITE OF not because of the president who ordered the raid:
Currently, I am a professional blogger. (Blogging is part of my job description, though it is by no means my only task.)
Every once in a while I reflect on how I got here. I certainly didn't start out in the field in the 1980s.