Media networks are powerful opinion setters. Still, for a reason, most people have deep distrust in newsmakers. Since their outset, press and radio were brought into play for political propaganda.
Posted in Media Watch
Tagged Anthony Scaramucci, Associated Press, Boris Muñoz, CNN, Des Moines Register, Don Alltoada, Donna Brazile, Eric Lichtblau, Fernando del Rincón, First Amendment, Frank LaRue, Gabby Giffords, Harold Lasswell, Hillary Clinton, Lex Haris, Liberty Sentinel, Marshall McLuhan, New York Times, Propaganda Technique in the World War, Roland Martin, Sarah Palin, Thomas Frank, Washington Post
Tax-funded propagandists in media and academia across Illinois are demonizing the historic 1776 Report report on the public's dime, without offering any examples of errors or inaccuracies among the facts presented by President Donald J. Trump's 1776 Commission.
Posted in Education, Media Watch
Tagged 1619 Project, 1776 Commission, Abraham Lincoln, Carol Swain, Chicago State University, Donald J. Trump, Jr., Lionel Kimble Jr., Martin Luther King, New York Times, WBEZ
With a thrill running up his leg, Chris exclaimed that Biden’s inaugural address was the bestest of the bestest inaugural speech he’s ever heard! No, not THAT Chris—not Chris Matthews. Chris Wallace said it was the best. He was wrong. It wasn’t the best inaugural speech ever. It was the BEST SPEECH period. I’m tearing up just thinking about how best it was.
Posted in Faith, Federal
Tagged and Transgender Pride Month, Anti-Christian, Antifa, Biden's Inauguration, Chris Wallace, Christ Matthews, Hollywood, Joe Biden, John Brennan, Lady Gaga, Mass Media, National guard, New York Times, Nicole Wallace, President Trump, The Hunger Games, the Unity Games, Tom Cotton, transgender
No matter what you think of Trump’s character or rhetoric (I’ve never been a fan of either), his presidency accomplished many great things for America, perhaps chief among them getting the left—especially Big Tech—to expose its purulent underbelly. The real power today rests in the delicate fingers of the tech Oligarchs sitting behind their screens moving walls to trap Americans in their prison-like mazes equipped with virtual solitary confinement cells and freedom-crushing language rules euphemistically called “community standards” and “policies.” Trump was the immovable force that stood for a brief moment in their way.
Posted in Media Watch, Religious Liberty
Tagged Amazon, AOC, Apple, Big Brother, Big Tech, Byron York, Capitol assault, Christians, Chrome, CNN, Congres, Democrat, Facebook, Fox, Google, Hillary Clinton, Instagram, Jack Dorsey, Jeff Bezos, Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, Joe Biden, Josh Hawley, Kate Ruane, Kevin Roose, Michael Flynnn, Nazis, Never-Trumpers, New York Times, Newsmax, Oliver Darcy, Parler, Paul Moriarty, Pennsylvania, President Trump, Republicans, Robert Epstein, Ron Wyden, Shelock Holmes, Sidney Powell, The Constitution, Twitter, vote fraud
By now many Americans have learned what slimy, deceitful hypocrites California governor Gavin Newsom and his wealthy, well-connected friends are. In a stunning act of arrogant “do what I say, not what I do, PEONS,” he and his privileged co-scofflaws dined at an exclusive restaurant in Napa Valley—indoors without masks—in violation of his own rules.
His co-scofflaws included Dustin Corcoran, the CEO of the California Medical Association, and Janus Norman, the group’s lobbyist and senior vice president. Apparently, some medical professionals don’t really think dining indoors mask-less with friends puts their lives at risk. Now I’m waiting …
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged CNN, COVID–19, Donald J. Trump, Dustin Corcoran, Gavin Newsom, Henning Bundgaard, Janus Norman, lock-downs, Lori Lightfoot, MSNBC, New York Times, Nicholas Kristof, Operation Warp Speed, The New York Times, vaccine, Washington Post, Wuhan virus
Americans educated by government today are, for the most part, hopelessly ignorant of their own nation’s history—and that’s no accident. They’re beyond ignorant when it comes to civics, too. On the history of the rest of the world, or the history of communism, Americans are generally clueless as well. This was all by design, of course.
After generations of flying under the radar, the ongoing corruption of history education in public schools is now suddenly the topic du jour. With the spread of the New York Times’ discredited 1619 Project aiming to “reframe” history through the lens of slavery, …
On Thursday, Sept. 17, President Donald Trump signed a proclamation extolling our country’s virtues and praising our Founding Fathers for their courage, wisdom, insight and sacrifice as they crafted a Constitution that would guard and guarantee life and liberty for all United States citizens.
In his corresponding speech, the president announced his intention to establish a “1776 Commission” aimed at encouraging our nation’s public schools to teach the historical facts of our nation’s founding.
Before you read this, you might want to have a fire extinguisher at the ready, because this news just may light your hair on fire. State Representative La Shawn K. Ford (D-Chicago) held a press conference on Sunday in which he called for all Illinois schools to cease teaching history because he’s “Concerned that current school history teaching leads to white privilege and a racist society.” In a press release titled in part “Call for the Abolishment of History Classes in Illinois Schools,” Ford proclaimed from his high horse,...
Posted in Education, Illinois Politics
Tagged 1619 Project, Abolish History, Abolishment, America, Black, Black Lives Matter, Chicago, Color, George Orwell, History, Illinois, Illinois schools, International Slave Trade, Jewis, John McWhorter, La Shawn K. Ford, LGBTQ, Meleika Gardner, New York Times, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Robin Rue Simmons, Shelby Steele, Thomas Sowell, Windy City Times, Xavier Joy
As summer temperatures began heating up and cases of COVID-19 started trending upward, the media started to look for a place to lay the blame. The New York Times quickly found it – Christians and the churches they attend.
In an article titled “Churches Were Eager to Reopen. Now They Are a Major Source of Coronavirus Cases,” the Times accused churches resuming in person worship services of being responsible for the uptick in the viruses spread. After a few days of criticism, the headline was toned down to read, “Churches Were Eager to Reopen. Now They Are Confronting Coronavirus …
In their pursuit of replacing culture with anti-culture, the spanking new 21st Century culture Reformers are going to be very busy. Rather than nailing 95 theses on a church door, they're going to tear down 950,000 monuments and place names honoring imperfect and altogether yucky colorless people and replace them I guess with the names of perfect colorful people.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged Andrew Sullivan, AOC, Barack Obama, Bari Weiss, Bernie, Biden, Cancel culture, Cannibal Reformers, Cannibalism, Damon Linker, Emily VanDerWerff, Fareed Zakaria, Garry Kasparov, Garry Wills, Gary Garrels, Gloria Steinem, Harpers, Harpers letter, J.K. Rowling, Jonathan Rauch, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Margaret Atwood, Martin LutherKing, Matt Taibbi, Matthew Yglesias, New York Magazine, New York Times, Noam Chomsky, Randi Weingarten, Robespierre, Salman Rushdie, Steven Pinker, Theodore Parker, Todd Gitlin, Todd VanDerWerff, Twitter, Vox
If you haven’t been called it yet, surely, you’ve heard it: the ubiquitous epithet “transphobe.” It’s the evil spawn of “homophobe.” I don’t mean those accused of being “transphobes” are evil spawns of “homophobes.” I mean the term “transphobe” is the evil spawn of the spurious term “homophobe.” In a recent opinion piece in the New York Times, British writer…
In Chicago Public Schools, captive students are being indoctrinated to believe that one of the very first societies in the world to end slavery was actually a monster defined by the evils of slavery — almost as if this monstrous nation had invented it.
Posted in Education
Tagged 1619 Project, Alex Newman, Chicago Public Schools, Declaration of Independence, Fidel Castro, Herbert Matthews, James Madison, Janice Jackson, Mauritania, New York Times, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Sarah Jeong, Slavery, Walter Duranty, William Wilberforce
President Trump is a lightning rod for opinions in American Christianity. As a pastor, I know. Some of my Christian friends love Donald Trump’s personality, while others find it appalling. Some strongly support his policies, while others think he is a tyrant ruining America. Few are unsure about their opinions on Trump.
Last week, Mark Galli shared his opinion about Trump. He spoke not as an individual but as the voice of Christianity Today (CT). He spoke with biblical authority or at least tried to. In Galli’s essay,“Trump should be removed from Office,” he intentionally draws a biblical …
Posted in Faith, Federal
Tagged Alan Dershowitz, Annalisa Merelli, Christianity Today, CNN, impeachment, Joseph Story, Mark Galli, Matthew Schmitz, New York Times, Quartz
It’s always nice to be able to point to the polls when they support your position. But polling, when done accurately, does nothing more than tell you what other people think. And just because you have the majority on your side doesn’t mean you are right. In fact, when it comes to morality, the majority is often at odds with the Bible, which sets the standard of morality for practicing Christians.
But this should come as no surprise.
After all, Jesus famously said, “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads …
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch, Sexuality
Tagged Chasten Buttigieg, Gallup, Marriage, New York Times, Oprah Magazine, Pete Buttigieg, polygamy, Ross Douthat, same-sex unions, television
Euphemistic language is an essential tool of all efforts to promote evil as good. Watch anti-life, anti-woman, anti-human-rights “feminist” Sophie Lewis defend human slaughter through such absurd language-torturing that it would be comical if it weren’t serving such an evil end: