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George Stephanopoulos interviewing James Comey: A study in partisan reportage.

I find it interesting that George Stephanopoulos interviewed former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by Donald Trump and now is shilling his latest book. 620 more words

Alleged Journalism

Beyoncé brings culture to Coachella

The only reason I would stay up until 4 a.m. is for Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter. I did just that last night as I awaited her comeback performance at Coachella after she had to cancel last year due to pregnancy. 280 more words


Zionism Denial

Israelis do not ‘revel’ in the Holocaust as a source of legitimacy for their state. They mourn a vision of a state that could have been home to so many more. 242 more words


No, it will not be worse than Watergate. Why journalists drool at Trump's troubles, even when their own fortunes are the real freak show.

The Daily Beast does what journalists do best: wish their enemies ill.

This latest petty wishful thinking article is interesting, and it is very instructive. 288 more words

Alleged Journalism

If Twitter Is Really Serious about Banning Violent Groups, It Should Begin with Zionists and the Deep State

Jewish-run media outlet Daily Beast lies, but then, what else is new?

Jews at Daily Beast gloat ‘Twitter bans white supremacists’(especially Jared Taylor), but in fact, what’s happening is Jewish Supremacists of ADL are pressuring Twitter to ban White National Liberationists who refuse to serve as White Submissivists at the feet of Neocon Zionist overlords. 1,399 more words

Selective Outrage: Taylor Lorenz Edition

In a February 28 article on The Daily Beast, Taylor Lorenz outed Instagram-famous sisters Claudia, Jackie, Olivia, and Margo Oshry as the children of infamous anti-Islam blogger… 1,498 more words

Reading for Women's History Month!

The Daily Beast just named A Woman’s Place Is at the Top on the list of “ten inspiring and thought-provoking reads about female groundbreakers” to read about during Women’s History Month! 37 more words