How to say this delicately, without coming off as a callous old fogey? Those stunningly eloquent and impassioned Parkland, Florida students who survived Valentine’s Day’s appalling massacre, and Americans of all ages flocking to the anti-gun violence movement they’re creating, are unintentionally giving their compatriots a reminder of why we don’t let high school-ers run the country. 882 more words
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Politics used to be rather boring and predictable with standard decorum and rituals or traditions which were repeated over and over again with boring regularity. Gone is the era of relative predictability and politics now is an all out slugfest where insults, put downs, name calling, ridicule, guilt by association, slander, and humiliation are standardly used against political opponents and media talking heads. 772 more words
MP Chris Williamson, invited to appear on BBC to discuss 'media blackout' of Jeremy Corbyn's IPB award
As the pro-Corbyn Watershed site said some days ago – re the Jeremy Corbyn award – BBC & MSM can no longer suppress news at will… 409 more words
Why should we find it at all surprising?
George W. Bush, our 43rd president, once written off by the pundits and comedic agit/prop of the ruling class as the biggest presidential cipher since Warren Gamaliel Harding, is now… 877 more words
How many times is it claimed that Fox News cherry picks news stories? The insinuation is that: a) Fox does this to protect President Trump, a bumbling fool if there ever was one, or so they want you to believe, and b) the competition on the left would never stoop so low. 121 more words