A new Harvard study published on Thursday found unprecedented levels of anti-Trump bias from the major media in Trump’s first 100 days in office, with NBC, CBS and CNN generating over 91 percent negative coverage.
The Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy analysed news reports from the print editions of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post, as well as “the main newscasts of CBS, CNN, Fox News, and NBC, and three European news outlets (The UK’s Financial Times and BBC, and Germany’s ARD).”
For its 2017 yearbook, Brainerd High School dedicated a page to President Donald Trump.
Editors asked students their thoughts on the president, and shared the quotes next to their picture.
On sophomore said, “I would like to behead him. I do not like him.”
The left is working itself into a frenzy to rationalize violence.
The faculty government at Western Kentucky University has passed a resolution in support of a student government demand calling for free tuition for black people to make up for slavery, segregation and income inequality.
According to a study released Thursday by neuroscientist Dr. Tara Swart in association with the London Press Club, the highest functions of the human brain operate at a lower level in journalists than the average population.
Her research titled “Study Into The Mental Resilience of Journalists,” blames journalists’ cognitive shortcomings on dehydration caused by excessive alcohol consumption along with poor diet, including higher levels of sugar and caffeine.
But is liberalism the cause or the effect?
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to ask Pope Francis to issue a formal apology for the role of the Catholic Church in the residential school system.
Trudeau is expected to raise the issue during a one-on-one meeting with the Pope when he visits Vatican City on May 29, during his trip to Europe for the NATO and G7 summits.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission included a demand for a formal apology from the Pope to residential schools survivors as one of the 94 calls to action in its report on the dark chapter in Canadian history.
Shiny pony sure likes playing dress up.
An exclusive report from Reuters, citing anonymous “U.S. officials,” asserts that the Trump campaign had at least 18 “undisclosed contacts with Russians” during the closing months of the 2016 presidential campaign. Buried six paragraphs down in the report is the admission that there is “no evidence of wrongdoing or collusion between the campaign and Russia” from these leaked communications.
No evidence of wrongdoing by the Trump campaign. That’s because the real wrongdoing is by members of the bureaucracy illegally leaking information to the press — information, Levin points out, that could only come from one place.
Julian Assange says Sweden’s decision on Friday to drop a rape investigation against him is “an important victory for me and for the UN human rights system.”
Speaking from the balcony of Ecuador’s London Embassy, the WikiLeaks founder said his seven-year legal ordeal — which a United Nations panel described as an unjust detention — “is not something that I can forgive.”
He added his battle is not over and the “proper war is just commencing.”
The British economy needs a net inward migration flow of 200,000 people a year, double the Conservative target, if it is to avoid the “catastrophic economic consequences” linked to Brexit, a study by an employer-backed thinktank has said.
The Global Future report says the UK’s low productivity, ageing population and shortage of labour in key areas, such as the NHS, show that net migration of 200,000 will be needed annually.
There are plenty of Christians who need asylum from Muslims.
This is a high priority alert. The Washington Post, now exposed as a CIA propaganda front, and the New York Times (a fiction-pimping anti-American rag owned by a Mexican national) have tag-teamed their way to their desired finish line: The impeachment and indictment of President Donald J. Trump.
This has been accomplished through the publishing of a seemingly endless stream of utterly fabricated fake news stories, nearly all of which are based on “anonymous sources” that are probably little more than schizophrenic voices in the heads of the reporters writing the “news” in the first place.
The portable gauge containing dangerous radioactive material was last seen in a pickup truck in the Dixon Road and Carlingview Drive area between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m.
The company was transporting the nuclear device – used to ensure the proper density and moisture content of materials – to various construction companies when he realized it wasn’t in the back of his truck, Toronto police spokesperson Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook told CP24 on Friday afternoon.