Interview with Jason Kessler.
Archive | Media Bias
The press coverage, deplatforming and doxing campaigns, and criminal and civil suits.
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The French can write more honestly about race in America than they can about race in France.
Dallas schools’ cure for bad students.
We fail to protect blacks and Hispanics from themselves.
How about the Jan. 6 defendants?
Blacks are twice as likely as whites to commit them.
‘Teaching’ police about hate crimes.
No deception is too degrading for the Los Angeles Times.
Racial socialism, radical environmentalism, and honest journalists.
The stupid racial politics of soccer.
Noam Chomsky's analysis of media power is right — but applied incorrectly.
The 60-year babysitting experiment has failed.
"[T]he . . . rights to an impartial jury, fair trial and due process have all gone up in choking flames."
Media dismiss Capitol attacker's black nationalism.
Yes, they can.
It vanished from the news but Justice Thomas offers hope.
Theodore Kaczynski was arrested 25 years ago today.
Will he get a fair shake? Impossible.
Great disappointment when there’s no white guy to crucify.
Unchecked liberal fantasies cause incalculable damage.
To my friends and former colleagues.
Conservatives keep falling in traps no one actually set for them.
Media and ‘respectable’ conservatives gang up against patriotic resistance.
Poor quotations and "The End of Racism."
A contemptible streak of dishonesty runs through this book.
We must understand the regime.
The case of Alexei Navalny.
"[T]he media are the self-anointed judges."
The New York Times is at it again.
And Joe Biden can solve it.
A modest proposal.
How to protect Americans from themselves.
"There simply cannot be peace and civil order in such a dysfunctional country of double standards and stifled dissent."
I’m laughing along with the Communists.
And when it doesn’t.
A candidate for Senate is held to a lower standard than ordinary Americans.
"Silence is not just complicity. It's media malpractice."
Fortunately, all 41 attempts since January have failed.
A view from across the Atlantic.
More doubletalk from the New York Times.
Which kind of violence is the greatest threat?
Even after they denounce racism.
And the Los Angeles Times wants you to think the driver was the aggressor.
What works for blacks works even better for us.
The Atlantic lays the Democrats’ cards on the table.
So much for "mostly peaceful" demonstrations.
British tabloids know more about US history than American blacks do.
He stood up when the police and politicians stood down.
What the media have failed to tell you — since 1990.
Doesn't seem like it.
And I mean “the times” in both senses of the word.
Center for Strategic and International Studies makes headlines with secret data.
A new religion of anti-racism has upended the country.
The demise of the white working class in Britain.
The hurricane struck 15 years ago today.
Dishonesty about the riots is as prevalent as the riots themselves.
. . . because discussing AmRen's cancelation might get you canceled.
It's not what the media would have you believe.
Why Laura Loomer’s primary victory matters.
American Renaissance has a better record than much of the mainstream.
They invent facts to suit themselves.
Trial by Media.
"Patriots, please quit the 'rest in peace' platitudes."
Why are journalists going crazy about a conspiracy theory that teaches complacency?
The United States of Anarcho-Tyranny.
Media try to make violent rabble seem respectable.
Conservatives propping up a bankrupt raceless America.
Black professor comes out for free speech.
Shoe-leather reporting from journalist Michael Tracey.
Cancel culture comes for John Kass for daring to mention George Soros.
Sure to be a balanced, thoughtful presentation.