February 28, 2020

Media

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AG Barr slams 'consolidated' corporate media
Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday slammed a “monolithic” corporate media whose staff “see themselves less as objective reporters of the facts, and more as agents of change.” Read More.
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Reddit ousts moderators of top pro-Trump community
Reddit has purged several moderators from the largest pro-Trump community on the site, reports say. Read More.
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Limbaugh: Coronavirus latest weapon ‘to bring down Trump’
The “drive-by media” has a new weapon in its arsenal aimed at taking down President Donald Trump, radio host Rush Limbaugh said. Read More.
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The New York Times on the Russians: Not a reliable source
The allure of another Red Scare was just too enticing for the Gray Lady. Read More.
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Media floats quid-pro-quo Trump rumor about Julian Assange
Several major media outlets ran with an unsubstantiated rumor which claimed a California Republican congressman had acted on orders from President Donald Trump to offer WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange a pardon in exchange for Assange saying Russia was not involved in the 2016 DNC emails leak. Read More.
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Desperation in Seoul over communist threat; News blackout
A driving snowstorm and the continued threat of the Wuhan coronavirus could not stop thousands of South Koreans from taking to the streets in Seoul to protest the liberal policies of President Moon Jae-In, who they say is subordinating the country to communism under China and North Korea. Read More.
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Weaponizing wealth: What Bloomberg is getting for his money
Billionaire Mike Bloomberg has pumped more than $360 million of his personal fortune into his upstart bid for the 2020 Democratic Party presidential nomination. Read More.
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Genius of Limbaugh: 'Army of one' changed landscape
Radio host Rush Limbaugh’s “army of one” inspired millions of Americans who’d long been ignored, and he changed the political landscape, historian and columnist Victor Davis Hanson noted. Read More.
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The Rush Limbaugh-Orson Bean-Andrew Breitbart connection
Returning to his broadcast on Tuesday after receiving treatment for lung cancer, radio host Rush Limbaugh discussed the legacy of the late actor Orson Bean and his son-in-law, the late Andrew Breitbart. Read More.
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Bo Snerdley fires back at 'haters' of Rush Limbaugh
Rush Limbaugh, who announced Monday that he has advanced-stage lung cancer, grew visibly emotional when he was presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom at Tuesday's State of the Union Address. Read More.
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Rush Limbaugh news moves nation, president
Radio host Rush Limbaugh on Monday revealed he is undergoing treatment for advanced lung cancer. Read More.
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Super Bowl ads for drag queens? Yes, says Fox
As host of Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, the Fox network green lighted ads featuring drag queens and rabid Second Amendment opponent Michael Bloomberg. Read More.
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Above the law? Hillary's agents block process servers
Having thus far successfully dodged charges related to her email scandal, Hillary Clinton is now refusing to accept legal documents in Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s $50 million defamation lawsuit against her. Read More.
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Opinion: Teen Vogue's unholy impact, sinister corporate allies
One of the most depraved, purely evil corporate entities to be found in America today is Teen Vogue. Read More.
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Seriously: CNN finds fault with U.S. coronavirus task force
CNN apparently believes it’s better to be infected with a deadly virus than to be un-woke. Read More.

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