It’s not true that the people knew everything about Trump in 2016 and voted for him anyway.
Tag: Washington Post
The president lies so much and repeats the same lies so frequently that the Washington Post had to invest to new rating to account for it.
Once the water recedes, the excuses must recede as well. After the devastation and death wrought by Hurricane Florence, American print, broadcast and cable media outlets have a journalistic obligation to expand its coverage of the existential crisis of human-caused climate change. No longer can we tolerate having extensive coverage of extreme weather without that… Read more »
Forrest Gump was right: Stupid is as stupid does. CNN said Wednesday evening that Paris Dennard has been suspended from his commentary role, pending an examination of the allegations against him in a Wednesday Washington Post story. The Post reported that Dennard was fired from a job at Arizona State University “for making sexually explicit… Read more »
It shocks the conscience that Schumer wouldn’t apply as much pressure as possible for no votes.
Why shouldn’t the Fourth Estate intensify its scrutiny of this administration, bearing down on its abuses and scandals?
Trump will never lay down his weapons in his war against civility, legality and democracy.
Seriously, who gives a damn? The attention that American mainstream-media entities are giving to the worthlessness in Windsor Castle today is nothing short of repulsive, an indictment of the Fourth Estate’s fetish for frivolity over seriousness and substance, a worsening of the anti-intellectual trends in American culture. Why are we paying so much attention to… Read more »
Unlike his affair with Stormy Daniels, he may not get lucky again. A year ago, Bernard L. Fraga, Brian Schaffner, Jesse Rhodes and Sean McElwee observed in the Washington Post that “[W]hat’s clear is that the jump in white turnout in key swing states and drop in black turnout [in the 2016 presidential election] may… Read more »
Five years ago today–and damn, does that seem like a lifetime ago–New York magazine writer Jonathan Chait declared that President Obama wasn’t getting enough credit from climate activists for his leadership on reducing emissions. Back then, Chait observed: The assumption that Obama’s climate-change record is essentially one of failure is mainly an artifact of environmentalists’… Read more »