February 17, 2021
Public Education in the Time of COVID

We're approaching the end of our first year living with the COVID-19 virus here in the United States. The report card for most of our elected officials and institutions is dismal—public education is among the worst. I see a lot of this close-up. My wife is a high school English teacher; my sister, a high […]

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October 22, 2020
The Reporting Divide

The past few days have been very interesting to me as someone who has worked in the media and cares about journalism. We have come to a point in American journalism where there is a reporting divide as big as the Grand Canyon, with liberals on one side and conservatives on the other. Closing the […]

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August 23, 2016
Media Bias, Illustrated

I've been less interested in media bias this election cycle mostly because #NeverTrump. I don't want readers to be mistaken that my criticism as to how his orangeness is treated by the media is a defense of the cheeto jesus. But this is getting ridiculous. The most interesting, and substantive, bit of news out of the […]

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The Biden @WhiteHouse is housing undocumented noncitizen children in the same facility Democrats described as "kids in cages" during the Trump Administration.

When Questioned yesterday by @MittRomney about his vote opposing a ban on partial-birth abortion, Xavier Becerra, Biden's nominee to head HHS said:

"I understand that people have different deeply held beliefs on this issue, and I respect that."

That's a lie. He doesn't.

“Well I never... Now *those* people get to exercise their rights without even a sniff from the sheriff!” - Karen https://twitter.com/luloo_belle/status/1364324717046415360

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