In the second year of the Trump Administration, the media went all in. This was the year when reporters, in the race to claim a scalp, began loosening the usual boundaries governing journalism. It was the year “corroborating evidence” became the most hotly contested term in America, Michael Avenatti was unleashed on an unconsenting public, on-air profanity was normalized, and reporters worked overtime as Democratic cheerleaders, frequently urging lawmakers to deliver them the media event of the millennium — the impeachment of President Trump. Continue reading
Opinion: Writing for The Daily Caller, Kim Guilfoyle December 20 produced a list of accomplishments by President Donald J. Trump worthy of repetition. It is, upon Tulsa Today’s editorial review, one of the best articles of politics published during the current Holiday Season – including all celebrations of faith and self-identified Holiday groups of civic, cultural and social nature. [Political correctness is so very exhausting.] Continue reading
The left-wing activist group that accosted Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at a movie theater in June received half a million dollars in 2017 from an organization funded by left-wing billionaire George Soros, documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation revealed in a story today.
It is important to remember that these political public assaults are not random acts of outraged citizens, but deliberate acts by paid Leftists/Marxist provocateurs. Continue reading
Monday J.D. Heyes wrote that the Trump administration is no fan of the U.N. because the world deliberative body “is full of hypocrites and racists whose outrage over world events is extremely selective, as evidenced by a lack of U.N. umbrage over what is taking place taking place in South Africa.” Continue reading
Thanks to Google, a new blasphemy app is now a thing for folks in Indonesia who don’t approve of each other’s behavior.
Journalist Laura Loomer (who herself was kicked off Twitter for ‘blasphemy’ against Congresswoman-elect Ilhan Omar) reports the app was approved by Google at the request of the Indonesian government. Continue reading