Caught in Social Media Bias

By Nancy Valko I have been hearing about Facebook blocking or restricting “conservative” content on the internet. Recently, there was a National Right to Life News story about a Republican judge from my state of Missouri who could not “boost” (pay for reaching a wider audience) a pro-life video of his nephew overcoming a life-threatening birth …

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Officials claim “Inappropriate” display of fetal models reason local pro-life group ousted from community fair

By Dave Andrusko There are times when the bias against pro-life organizations is so strong that even I am surprised. You’d think by now pretty much nothing would shock me but a decision Sunday to kick the British pro-life group “Life” out of a community fair is utterly amazing. Under the headline “Lambeth Council stomps …

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Expect “overhyped, inconclusive, misleading, half-true, or flat-out false” statements about Judge Kavanaugh

By Dave Andrusko About 90 seconds after President Trump announced his nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be the next justice of the Supreme Court, I switched to CNN just to see what the usual (as in blatantly hostile) suspects would say. This is one of those situations where if you repeat what Chris Cuomo …

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Intentional bias and unintentional undercount may be giving misleading portrait of presidential race

By Dave Andrusko “Are the Polls Biased Against Trump?” read the headline yesterday on a website that is, shall we say, not the biggest fan of Donald Trump. As it happens, no sooner had I written the first sentence about that post when I ran across one those jaw-dropping examples of double-standard media coverage that …

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91% of Irish Times articles showed pro-abortion bias, 3-year forensic analysis finds

“Irish Times coverage designed to shift public opinion, rather than to inform it” Life Institute says A review of every article published in the Irish Times concerning the issue of abortion over a three-year period has uncovered “systematic, persistent, and overwhelming bias” in support of legalised abortion, the Life Institute has revealed today. Amongst the …

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