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Time to put Trump in time out

Coronavirus media coverage is resurrecting debates among journalists, politicians, and regular folks over the definition of news. At the center of these discussions are the daily White House/Trump coronavirus news events. These are news “events” and not news conferences or … Continue reading

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Read and rip: Pelosi may have torn up more than just a speech

When pundits look at the results of the 2020 presidential election, they may decide that Feb. 4 was the day the Democratic Party lost the high ground and eventually the election. Indeed, after the astoundingly tasteless antics of House Speaker … Continue reading

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Democrats bent on spoiling victories

Agency theory is a way to explain the relationship between a principal and an agent. In a perfect world, the agent works in the principal’s best interest. In the real world, the agent works on behalf of the agent. Understanding … Continue reading

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Democrat victories portend impeachment coup

A disturbing movement to change the country’s government is afoot across the nation. This is not the usual midterm gains by the party out of power. No, this movement is a sinister and fairly open attempt to remove a duly … Continue reading

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MSM shock bombshell: Trump is rich

The New York Times deserves a Laurel and Hardy handshake for its 18-month investigation that led to a “bombshell” story (in the words of many breathless broadcast reporters) about the finances of President Donald Trump and his family.  The people who … Continue reading

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Shooting holes in agenda journalism

Lots of folks like to throw around the term “fake news” to describe stories they do not like or stories that are, well, fake. I prefer the term “agenda journalism” because it does not make a judgment on the veracity … Continue reading

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