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When the Weekly Standard announced it was closing their globalist rag, pro-Trump patriots and long-time conservative activists breathed a sigh of relief. Certainly having no supporters...
How does WaPo decide which salacious stories to publish?
This monumental scoop is what Pulitzers are made of.
Cornel West wants you to cut Smollett some slack.
The Christian satire website is apparently a threat to the Internet.
The President has had many tiffs with the Jeff Bezos-owned blog.
Apparently the staff would prefer working with zero Republicans, even those of the #NeverTrump variety.
The fake study alleged that tech companies were discriminating in hiring against women.
The media is just as culpable in the Smollett case as Smollett himself.
Lara Logan gives her honest opinion about the leftwing media.
Prior to today, there were no known recent photographs of Justice Ginsburg.
Because democracy dies in darkness - or something.
Another simpleton who fell for Smollett's hoax is backpedaling.
The CNN host believes alternative media took advantage of the situation.
This interview can be described as bizarre, at best.
Jussie Smollett's two Nigerian alleged co-conspirators have been arrested.
The paper is disinterested in this case of anti-Semitism.
The report exonerates the Covington Catholic students of any wrongdoing.
Like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Whoopi is a tough person to locate.
The paper said it refused to run the story because it wasn't corroborated.
The brand's complete surrender to a triggered journalist is being thoroughly mocked.
Google before you Tweet.
Where is Whoopi?
The Post decided not to run the explosive story on Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax.