Category Archives: Press Bias

Who fights for us?

The following essay (slightly edited by me) by Evan Sayet published at Townhall on July 13, 2017 is worth reading for those who think our current president  lacks “docorum.” Mr. Sayet reflects my feelings; the hell with decorum we’re in … Continue reading

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Media Thump on Trump

Media people can’t believe that a New York City “salesman…showman…hustler” has bested them. But they just can’t help themselves; they continue to criticize and attack him, stupidly like a kid repeatedly hitting a hornet’s nest with a stick. Recently, I … Continue reading

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Twitter twaddle and press priorities

Wilmington, North Carolina StarNews staff and editorialists seemed to make a concerted effort to discredit Woody White the newly elected chairman of the New Hanover County commissioners. White is one of few local conservative politicians and, in my opinion, the … Continue reading

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Another nonstarter press story creating “news”

Ho Hum! Another slow day in the Newsroom. Editor: “Hey, Cammie, I need a space-filler. How about another Trump-story? Pain, suffering, bullying—you know, the usual stuff about the nasty election and harassment of Hispanics and Muslims. Make it look bad.” … Continue reading

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Blatant press bias

Recently, we witnessed one of the most flagrant, shameless examples of media political bias  toward a candidate for president of the United States in our memory. My wife Barbara and I, both in our 80s, attended a rally in Wilmington, … Continue reading

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Phony mainstream journalists

Leftist reporters and analysts in the mainstream media are befuddled—and not just about the Trump phenomenon. Typically they lash out at anyone and anything that doesn’t conform to their worldview of how politics should be played, and who should play. … Continue reading

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Editorial hypocrisy

Two perceptive readers of a recent Wilmington StarNews editorial noted the irony and hypocrisy of the Editorial Board. (Link below) In this editorial the Board expressed concern about the Constitution’s First Amendment. The Founders wrote that “Congress shall make no … Continue reading

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