Journalists as Ring Wraiths – Victor Davis Hanson – National Review Online


Journalists as Ring Wraiths – Victor Davis Hanson – National Review Online
by Victor Davis Hanson

Today’s Washington journalists are like J. R. R. Tolkien’s ring wraiths, petty lords who wanted a few shiny golden Obama rings — only to end up as shrunken slaves to the One. Continue reading →

Obama’s Big, Sloppy, Wet Media Kiss

by Jeff Swanson


Let me dredge up a little something from the not-so-distant past; remember Candy Crowley? I know, I know…water under the bridge. Correcting Mitt and all during the debate. It takes a lot to get an inherently unlikable guy elected. Candy was just doing her part to help Obama get elected.

Newsweek, the formerly venerable publication, has provided us with cover stories such as; Why are Obama’s Critics So Dumb, The Obama Conquest (subtitled ‘Lucky General or Master of the Game’), The God of All Things and the recent humdinger, The Second Coming. Throw in a couple of halo’d pictures and you have hero worship. Continue reading

McCain: That’s the Dumbest Question I’ve Ever Heard

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The American Spectator : There We Went Again

The American Spectator : There We Went Again.
by Matthew Sheffield & Noel Sheppard

Most observers of the 2008 presidential campaign — even including some liberals after the fact — were shocked and appalled by the media’s pro-Barack Obama sycophancy. Unfortunately, the intentional and unintentional advocacy of the media on behalf of Obama was even worse in 2012. Continue reading →

“Hating Breitbart” tells the story of how one man with a website upended the traditional press and repeatedly found himself the target of a media feeding frenzy.

The filmmakers have been following Andrew Breitbart since the birth of the Tea Party movement in 2009, and they’ve got behind-the-scenes access to many of the media controversies in which Breitbart was a key player–from the ACORN takedown to Congressman Anthony Weiner’s crotch-shot Twitter scandal.

The American Spectator : The Candy Crowley Tipping Point

The American Spectator : The Candy Crowley Tipping Point.
by Jeffrey Lord

She got it wrong.

She interfered.

She took a side.

Candy Crowley may finally have done something else as well: so visibly tipping the scales of media bias that the end result makes Mitt Romney the next president. Continue reading →

Etiological Myth of Obama’s Greatness

by Jeff Swanson

The Etiological Myth that is President Barack Obama wants to tell us that all the failings around him are not borne of his hand. That the world in disarray is merely a residuum of all that has come before him or the affect of those not ardent of his charm and skill.

In simple english, this means President Obama lacks personal ownership and his peeps don’t like it when you call him on it. Continue reading