Monthly Archives: March 2018

Sinclair News is concerned about one-sided reporting (insert laugh track here)

The Seattle P-I has the details. The promos, which began airing on the station last week, are part of a Sinclair campaign that forces local anchors to read Sinclair-written scripts warning of the dangers of “one-sided news stories plaguing our … Continue reading

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NRA’s Ted Nugent: Parkland students “have no soul”

Media Matters has the transcript of an interview between a conservative radio host and Ted Nutjob, uh, Nugent. The dumbing down of America is manifested in the culture deprivation of our academia that have taught these kids the lies, media … Continue reading

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Imagine that: India, Pakistan sitting down to discuss differences

The Times of India has the details. India and Pakistan have agreed to resolve through talks all issues regarding treatment of their diplomats stationed in the other country, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said today. “India and Pakistan have … Continue reading

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Wait, what? Catholic Easter services in a Protestant church?

RTÉ explains why it’s happening in one Irish town. In a show of goodwill between Catholics and Protestants in Castleblayney, St Maeldoid’s Church of Ireland has offered the use of its church building to the congregation from St Mary’s Catholic … Continue reading

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What have we here? MLB teams making money when tickets are sold on the secondary market?

As you read this story from the Toronto Star, keep in mind that the Toronto Blue Jays are one of 30 Major League Baseball teams making money when their game tickets sell on secondary markets, such as StubHub. The Toronto … Continue reading

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Censorship at the Wall Street Journal?

The following is an excerpt from today’s “Morning Media Newsfeed,” published by AdWeek. Wall Street Journal staff members circulated an anonymously written email on Thursday accusing “a senior editor”—which some later identified as editor in chief Gerry Baker—of suppressing a … Continue reading

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Pakistan does have some friends in Washington

The U.S. likes Pakistan…the U.S. likes Pakistan not. The U.S. likes Pakistan…the U.S. likes Pakistan not. There’s plenty of evidence (here and here are a couple of examples) to suggest the White House holds its counterparts in Islamabad in rather … Continue reading

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