The Family Foundation in Virginia is a fantastic faith-based pro-life, pro-family public policy organization similar to the Illinois Family Institute. On November 30, 2022, just 90 minutes before The Family Foundation’s (TFF) scheduled, pre-reserved event at Metzger’s Bar and Butchery in Richmond, Virginia, one of the restaurant’s owners called and said their event was canceled.
I guess Fox News hasn’t learned any lessons from CNN’s self-inflicted wounds and rapid descent into ratings hell, the chief interrelated lessons of which are 1. don’t promote lies as truth, and 2. don’t promote evil as good. Fox News just did both and created a firestorm of anger among its faithful viewers. Last week, Fox News (channeling CNN) aired a segment about an ignorant mother and father in California who are raising their now fourteen-year-old daughter as a boy.
Dana Perino introduced the story that was narrated by Brian Llenas.
The story begins with the deceitful claim that …
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Brian Llenas, Cheryl Kilodavis, CNN, Dana Perino, Desmond is Amazing, Fox News, Fox News Channel, Human Rights Campaign, I am Jazz, Jarod Seth Bloshinsky, Jazz Jennings, Lactatia, Meredith Viera, Ryland Whittington, Trevor Project
It takes a lot for a tenured professor to be fired, but it recently happened to Frances Widdowson. As reported by Fox News, Widdowson “who taught economics, justice and policy studies, was fired from Mount Royal University (MRU) in Calgary, Alberta, last December after stoking controversy for comments criticizing BLM, which she said ‘destroyed MRU’ to such an extent that she ‘doesn’t recognize the institution anymore.’”
Posted in Education
Tagged BLM, Dobbs v. Jackson, Elon Musk, Erik Loomis, Fox News, Frances Widdowson, James Livingston, Johnny Eric Williams, Jonathan Turley, Kansas State University, Macquarie University, Mark Alfano, Monica Casper, Mount Royal University, Philip Nel, Rutgers, San Diego State University, systematic white racism, Thought Police, Trinity College, white supremacy
Nikole Hannah-Jones is the New York Times Magazine reporter who wrote the 1619 Project which is being used in many schools across the country. The 1619 Project postulates that America began in 1619, when the first black slaves were brought here—not 1776, when the founders declared independence.
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Tagged "The Annals of America", 1619 Project, Avalong Project, Bob Woodson, Carol Swain, Fox News, Gary Bauer, Nikole Hannah-Jones, racism, Ronald Reagan, Slavery, Yale University
In his November 1 op-ed for The Hill, Fox News Analyst Juan Williams claimed that the “parents’ rights’ mantra in the Virginia gubernatorial elections is simply “a code for white race politics.” To the contrary, this really is about parents’ rights and about what is best for all children. To inject charges of white supremacy and racism is to miss the whole point of why so many parents are so upset. In all candor and with due respect, I would have expected better from Mr. Williams.
Posted in CRT/Racism/BLM, Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged Black Lives Matter, Condoleezza Rice, Critical Race Theory, Fox News, Glenn Youngkin, Juan Williams, LGBTQ Agenda, Parental Rights, Terry McAuliffe, The Hill, white supremacy
Let’s join USA Today and Fox News for a short, illuminating stroll down memory lane:
2001: Following the Bush vs. Gore election in 2000, “Members of the Congressional House Black Caucus spent 20 minutes objecting as they sought to block Florida's 25 electoral votes” from being certified for George Bush.
Posted in Religious Liberty
Tagged Barbara Boxer, Ben & Jerry's, Bennie Thompson, Big Tech, BLM, Bush vs. Gore, Byron York, Chris Van Hollen, Chuck Schumer, CNBC, Coca-Cola, Congress, Dick Durbin, Fox News, George Bush, John Kerry, Josh Hawley, JP Morgan, Pennsylvania, Pramila Jayapal, Republican, Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Ted Cruz, the Capitol assault, The Media, USA Today, Walt Disney
Next time Leftist journalists take umbrage over President Trump’s criticism of the mainstream press, pretending they think his criticism of bias is an attack on the foundation of our republic, or when a “progressive” talking head goes all middle-school snotty on a guest for his or her criticism of press bias, remember their responses to these comments from Obama and his water-carriers who routinely accused Fox News of being a fake news network and shill for the GOP...
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Tagged Anderson Cooper, Anita Dunn, Barack Obama, Bret Baier, CNN, David Axelrod, Donald Trump, Fox News, Jake Tapper, Josh Earnest, Rahm Emanuel, Rush Limbaugh, Sebastion Gorka, Stephanie Ruhle
Yesterday in the Chicago Tribune, Bob Secter writing ostensibly in support of Common Core Standards (CCS) engaged in the very kind of hyperbolic mischaracterization of critics of CCS for which he condescendingly mocks them. He spends the first quarter of his opinion piece comparing CCS critics to Joseph McCarthy, and then he spends the rest of his time mocking CCS critics based on one flawed story on FOX News. He wraps up his piece of demagoguery—as opposed to reasoned analysis—by returning to his dishonest and paranoid McCarthy analogy. This was not a sound analysis of CCS. It was …