Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley (R) took issue with a recent New York Times piece in which the author discusses the politics of her hometown of Clinton, Arkansas. Maybe author means well, but this is remarkably condescending portrait of rural Midwest. Title says it all. Portrays rural folks as backwards, insular,Read More →

Apparently there have been some differing opinions on Fox News of late, and the New York Times found that newsworthy, not to mention mock-worthy: As Fox News’s anchors covered President Trump and the impeachment inquiry this week, they found themselves clashing — with their own colleagues, on-air in full publicRead More →

We’re not quite sure how to introduce this one from NY Times Opinion, but it’s as cringe-worthy as it gets: "The president has launched a fresh assault on fair elections." Unfortunately, this isn't happening a long time ago in a universe far, far away. pic.twitter.com/EUuAptsKJv — New York Times OpinionRead More →

Rep. Jerry Nadler has already said that his committee is too busy investigation President Trump for impeachment — over what, collusion with Russia? — to consider impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh following that smear piece that ran in The New York Times over the weekend and has sinceRead More →

This NYT/Kavanaugh debacle just gets worse and WORSE. Plot thickens.Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly claim that the qualifier about the other alleged Kavanaugh accuser not remembering an incident at Yale was included in the initial NYT draft but removed. pic.twitter.com/p9wUTnFyM1 — Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) September 17, 2019 How quickly theseRead More →

We didn’t exactly need a screenshot from the newspaper that originally reported Wednesday morning on the 18 years “since airplanes took aim and brought down the World Trade Center,” but it doesn’t hurt either. Ben Shapiro checked with the New York Times’ Opinion section Wednesday morning, and in a selectionRead More →

In response to that NYT article we told you about earlier on Trump allies archiving embarrassing journo tweets, MSNBC referred to the Jewish man referred to in the article, Arthur Schwartz, as practicing “digital brownshirtism”: Notorious anti-Semite Joy Ann Reid smears a Jewish man as being a Nazi: https://t.co/w0Shub6Ysc —Read More →