‘Abortion Is Normal’: Media Praise ‘Emergency’ Pro-Abort Art Exhibit

By Gabriel Hays … In this dire time for progressives, a disgusting pro-abortion art installation must give them comfort. The Guardian and Bloomberg News praised the latest abomination in modern art as a necessary balm to the country’s anti-abortion “stigma” and a great way to “raise funds” for the child-killing procedure. The Guardian described “Abortion …

Continue reading "‘Abortion Is Normal’: Media Praise ‘Emergency’ Pro-Abort Art Exhibit"

Media Parrot Study Finding Women Don’t Regret Abortion; Ignore Flaws

By Katie Yoder Many in the media are asserting that a new study proves women don’t regret abortion ever – but “ever” only means the following five years. A study published in Social Science & Medicine on January 12 found that by five years after an abortion, “the large majority of women (84%) had either …

Continue reading "Media Parrot Study Finding Women Don’t Regret Abortion; Ignore Flaws"

When the media gets abortion wrong

By Secular Pro-Life Editor’s note. This article appeared here and is reposted with permission. Media bias in support of abortion is unfortunately pervasive. This usually shows up in language choices, expressions of opinion, and decisions about what stories to cover in the first place. But occasionally reporters go a step further and publish demonstrably false …

Continue reading "When the media gets abortion wrong"

Despicable CNN Will Settle Lawsuit After Trying to Ruin Sandmann

By Curtis Houck According to Cincinnati, Ohio-area Fox affiliate WXIX-19, CNN reached a settlement Tuesday with Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann for an undisclosed amount in federal court. The news brings to an end a dispute nearly a year after CNN decided to falsely tar and feather Sandmann and his fellow students as …

Continue reading "Despicable CNN Will Settle Lawsuit After Trying to Ruin Sandmann"

Flashback: WaPo columnist asks, “Could we be wrong?”

By Dave Andrusko As we approach the end of 2019, I’ve been revisiting some older posts with a mind to updating them. They usually require only modest nips and tucks because (alas in most cases) the underlying anti-life and anti-Trump narratives are the same—or worse! A while back I wrote a post identifying how even …

Continue reading "Flashback: WaPo columnist asks, “Could we be wrong?”"

Washington Post columnist tries to mock pro-lifers—by conflating human beings with human sperm

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Editor’s note. This story appears on page 8 of the current edition of National Right to Life News. The response thus far to the issue has been outstanding. Please forward stories to your pro-life family and friends. Also, please send me any comments about this …

Continue reading "Washington Post columnist tries to mock pro-lifers—by conflating human beings with human sperm"

Party Time! WashPost Reporters Wish Everyone a ‘Merry Impeachmas’

By Nicholas Fondacaro In a late Wednesday night, post-impeachment tweet devoid of all self-awareness, Washington Post congressional reporter Rachael Bade flaunted how she and four other journalists from the paper were celebrating President Trump’s impeachment. “Merry Impeachmas from the WaPo team! [Paul Kane] is buying … w/[Karoun Demirjian] [Seung Min Kim] [Mike DeBonis],” she gleefully …

Continue reading "Party Time! WashPost Reporters Wish Everyone a ‘Merry Impeachmas’"

A Harsh Critique of Media Ethics from an unlikely source

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Newsbusters. The Pew Research Center, firmly ensconced inside the liberal establishment, has a new poll that worries them sick. (Perhaps not as much as the new USA Today survey that shows Trump now defeating every single Democrat opponent.) They’re concerned …

Continue reading "A Harsh Critique of Media Ethics from an unlikely source"

WaPo insults readers’ intelligence with illiterate pro-abortion screed about sperm funerals

By Calvin Freiburger December 9, 2018 – In a serious, formal debate setting, there’s generally a bare minimum threshold of factual proficiency. Even on abortion, the pro-aborts willing to actually face pro-life apologists on a stage may make various horrifying philosophical arguments, but they generally won’t be the ones to simply pretend a preborn child …

Continue reading "WaPo insults readers’ intelligence with illiterate pro-abortion screed about sperm funerals"

New York Times Flunks Fact Checking 101: Their Star ‘Trump Voter’ who supposedly had changed his mind never voted in 2016

By Tim Graham The nation’s leading newspapers have asserted their role as the most important “independent fact-checkers” in politics. So why do they fail to fact-check their own interviewees? On Twitter, Jeryl Bier noted The New York Times had to add an embarrassing correction to a two-month old story on Friday. Reporter Trip Gabriel did …

Continue reading "New York Times Flunks Fact Checking 101: Their Star ‘Trump Voter’ who supposedly had changed his mind never voted in 2016"

WashPost Media Columnist: Journalists MUST ‘Reach the Undecided’ to Impeach Trump

By Tim Graham Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan has offered a perfect example of how the pompous Post sees itself. It exists to provide enlightenment to the masses, and the masses are supposed to respond and give liberals victory at the polls, both at election time and when the media pollsters work the phones. …

Continue reading "WashPost Media Columnist: Journalists MUST ‘Reach the Undecided’ to Impeach Trump"

NYTimes survey shows Democrats toe the Planned Parenthood line with enthusiasm

By Dave Andrusko National Review Online’s Alexandra DeSanctis wrote an interesting post today [“2020 Democrats Expose Extreme Abortion Policies in New Survey”], covering in much greater detail something we’d addressed earlier: an abortion survey the New York Times took of the Democrats running for President. Her fine story prompted me to take a second look. …

Continue reading "NYTimes survey shows Democrats toe the Planned Parenthood line with enthusiasm"