The New York Times’ editors are busy congratulating themselves for publishing the names of a thousand Covid-19 deaths and calling it journalism. Why has the nation’s paper of record abandoned reporting for misery-mongering?
A new Bill Gates-backed project sees coronavirus experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci ‘take over’ celebrity social media profiles to encourage a “global response” to the pandemic. But aren’t people tired of the same old talking heads?
Supermarket shelves are empty and slaughterhouses are cesspits of disease. With the coronavirus breaking supply chains, the New York Times has proclaimed the ‘End of Meat’. Why do these people only deal in absolutes?
The Washington Post has warned readers they should “prepare for the possibility of Trump rejecting election results,” should he lose in November. For a paper that’s spent four years rejecting Trump’s election, that’s pretty rich.
Social justice types cheered when Minnesota dairy firm Land O’Lakes removed a “racist” image of a Native American girl from its packaging. But on the bizarre battlefields of the culture wars, nobody wins.
The coronavirus pandemic is already triggering a massive upheaval in the way we live. But amid the chaos, extreme liberal social engineers are plotting fresh attacks, hoping to upend even the things many of us take for granted.
The earth’s being ravaged by a devastating disease, yet climate activist Greta Thunberg still wants you to feel ashamed for what little of your normal lifestyle remains intact. But now more than ever, we need new role models.
When UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson caught coronavirus, he decided to play the leader and stay working as long as possible. Now he’s in intensive care. Was the PM too careless in the face of a killer virus?