Journalistic principles were disregarded, activists disguised as journalists helped prop up Lee’s lie as they promoted their America-is-bad narrative, and once again our mainstream media’s credibility has been severely damaged. These people are simply terrible at what they do.
In this installment of our weekly conversation, The Blue State Conservative considers the complete evaporation of the mainstream media’s credibility in the wake of CNN’s handling of Chris Cuomo’s reporting on his brother Andrew’s ongoing scandals.
At the risk of perpetuating gender stereotypes, men and women in the least political households… Read More »Even Apolitical Households Can’t Ignore Cancel Culture Now
The members of the far left, whatever they say, don’t actually want peace and unity. They don’t support free speech, nor do they want to be part of the vast laboratory and free market of ideas that exists when our right to speak freely is protected.
It’s one thing for children to stick their fingers in their ears when they don’t want to hear unpleasant opinions and information, but it’s quite another for grown-up billionaires to force silence on those with whom they disagree.
People like New York Times writer David Leonhardt are distorting truth in real time. In… Read More »Forget History, The New York Times Rewrites Current Events
The only way for citizens in a republic to hold their elected officials accountable is at the ballot box. Do a good job with integrity and you get reelected. Do a lousy job or engage in corruption and you get voted out. That answerability is the most critical aspect of our form of government, and an honest media that accurately reports the facts regarding those who would be elected is arguably the most important player in the electoral process.
A curious habit follows the most vocal critics of America’s evils. When discussing the pervasive and harmful racism they claim is endemic in the fabric of society, it is not an exaggeration to observe that the bulk of this evidence emanates from the well-documented past, with much greater frequency than from the present.