For those who have watched Fox News over the years, it is no surprise that they announced the hiring of Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner with great fanfare and hype. In the words of CEO Suzanne Scott, “Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all. She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.”
Perhaps these words could be used as an epitaph on Fox’s legacy? Mark the day carefully.
On Tuesday of this week, Megan Fox at PJ Media reported on Fox News’ correspondent Bill Melugin’s somewhat foolish account of child rapist James Tubbs. While Melugin gets the heinous nature of Tubbs’ crime and the terrible response to it by the Los Angeles County District Attorney correct, he plays into the lefts’ hands when it comes to their perverse gender ideology.
Posted in Media Watch
Tagged Alex Bastian, America’s Newsroom, Bill Hemmer, Bill Melugin, Dana Perino, Fox News Channel, George Gascon, James Tubbs, Megan Fox, PJ Media, Pronoun Wars
The crisis along the US-Mexican border continues with little effort from the Biden administration to stop the flood. In September, Del Rio, Texas, was nearly overrun when 30,000 illegal immigrants poured over the border into the town. This action meant illegal immigrants almost outnumbered actual citizens and, as a result, Del Rio’s public areas and living conditions deteriorated noticeably.
Posted in Federal
Tagged André Manuel López Obrador, border control, Dick Durbin, Fox News Channel, Greg Abbott, Homeland Security, human trafficking, illegal immigrants, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Joe Biden, Kevin Lilly, Ron DeSantis, Stop the Surge Act of 2021, Tammy Duckworth, Ted Cruz, Tucker Carlson
A couple of weeks ago, "Caitlyn" Jenner announced his intention to run for governor in California. Various establishment "news" outlets happily reported this development but, of course, intentionally used the wrong pronouns to identify Mr. Jenner in their stories. When Fox News started to use female pronouns in their broadcasts, I could take it no longer, so I sent the following message via webform:
We learned this week that the love of money is the root of all evil. Well, we learned that in Scripture. This week purportedly conservative Christian governor of Arkansas Asa Hutchinson just reminded us of it when he sold out children to corporate interests.
For those still basking blithely in the afterglow of America’s once shining light or are socially distancing under a rock, the Arkansas legislature sent a bill to Hutchinson that would 1. prohibit doctors from the risky and experimental use of puberty-blockers and cross-sex hormones—some of the effects of which are permanent—for the treatment of gender …
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Abigail Schrier, ACLU, Asa Hutchinson, Body Integrity Identity Disorder, CNN, Derrick Diaz, detransition, Donald Trump, Evelyn Rios Stafford, female genital mutilation, Fox News Channel, hormones, Human Rights Campaign, Institute of Southern Studies, Irreversible Damage, Jennifer Bilek, MSNBC, NBC, NYTimes, Puberty blockers, Sex reassignment surgery, Steuart Walton, Tom Walton, Trans cult, transgender, Tucker Carlson, Wall Street Journal, Walmart, Washington Post
Prager University (PragerU) was started in 2009 by Dennis Prager as a way to circumvent the left-leaning educational universe and bring conservative ideas to the public in general but especially to young people. This week, PragerU released a deeply disappointing video featuring Guy Benson, political editor for Townhall Magazine and frequent contributor on Fox News Channel.
In an interview posted at the Accuracy in Media website, Colonel Allen West delivers what conservatives have come to expect from him since his arrival on the national political scene back in 2010 when he was elected to Congress from Florida.
Those with ears to hear fear it’s coming. They fear the impending death of FOX News as a voice for conservatism. They see FOX gasping for air in its miasmic studio spaces, but they fear too little life-sustaining air remains. Retaining conservative views on defense and fiscal policy cannot sustain either the health of a political party or the soundness of political punditry.
Posted in Media Watch
Tagged Bill O'Reilly, Bret Baier, Bruce Jenner, Dana Perino, Eric Bolling, Fox News Channel, Greg Gutfeld, James Murdoch, Kimberley Guilfoyle, Lachlan Murdoch, Megyn Kelly, Rupert Murdoch, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson
The Leftist media and Islamic supremacist groups have been doing a victory dance ever since Saturday night, when Fox News issued an apology for statements made on the air by terror expert Steve Emerson and others about Muslim no-go zones in Britain and France. However, the apology doesn’t say what it has widely reported as saying – and there is considerable evidence that Muslim areas in both countries are a growing law enforcement and societal problem.
Fox Report host Julie Banderas stated:
Over the course of this last week we have made some regrettable errors on air regarding the Muslim
Posted in Islam & Sharia, Media Watch
Tagged Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Charlie Hebdo, Daily Mail, David Cameron, Fox News Channel, Guardian, Julie Banderas, New Republic, New York Times, Newsweek, No-Go Zones, sharia, Steve Emerson
U.S. Republican House Speaker John Boehner (OH), who came under fire from conservatives for resisting the creation of a Benghazi select committee until the scandal got too big to ignore, is under fire from conservatives once again. On Saturday he raised funds for Carl DeMaio, a gay Republican congressional candidate at the center of a scandal to turn the GOP into a gay-friendly political party like the Obama Democrats.
DeMaio, charged with sexual harassment and exhibitionism, is one of the Republican “young guns” getting official Republican money and support. But he has also enjoyed the strong support of Fox …
Posted in Media Watch, Sexuality
Tagged Ben Hueso, Brian Brown, Carl DeMaio, CNN, Dana Perino, Eric Cantor, Fox News Channel, John Boehner, Kevin McCarthy, Martha MacCallum, Mike Huckabee, Monica Wehby, Peter LaBarbera, Richard Grenell, Richard Tisei, Scott Peters, Todd Bosnich, Tom Minnery, Tom Price, Tony Perkins
I often find the statements or actions of Illinois politicians embarrassing or worse. Watching U.S. Senator Dick Durbin’s interview with Bret Baier was one of those occasions. I cannot for the life of me understand why Illinoisans continue year after year to vote for men like Dick Durbin–particularly with Illinois in a state of perpetual decline.
The unflappable, congenial, and always civil Bret Baier (no Rachel Maddow or Bill O’Reilly here) tried indefatigably to get Durbin to answer a simple question regarding the noticeable deletion of the word “God” from the 2012 Democratic platform. The phrase “God-given potential” appeared in …