Rarely does an event contradict the media's preferred narrative in so many ways
Mueller’s legacy, besides coming up empty, is inverting the presumption of innocence.
The last thing we expect mid-spring is snow. Yet that’s just what we have inmmany parts of the country.
No collusion and no obstruction — only the righteous indignation of someone falsely accused and besmirched.
The rule of thumb is that when the media immediately has all the answers, they are invariably wrong. And when they vociferously shut down alternate theories, that’s where the truth likely lies.
Democrats and the media have perfected the art of synchronized jumping — even, sometimes, at Fox News.
Why the refusal to correlate the migrant surge with the infectious diseases suddenly appearing in the U.S. as they arrive?
Trump's poll numbers and momentum favor a big win in 2020.
Perhaps all is not what it seems.
The media’s role in the collusion hoax is similar to a famous past bogus story, “hands up, don’t shoot.”