Kartel Policy – N through Z

Stark Contrasts in Media Manipulation of Charlottesville News

The political violence in Charlottesville and President Trump’s repudiation of it have been covered in the most widely divergent ways by two national Spanish-language television networks, one based in Los Angeles and the other in Miami. In Los Angeles, Estrella TV anchor Adriana Yañez prefaced the news …

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NBC Elevates White Nationalist, CBS Talks With Black Trump Voters

In the wake of President Trump’s wild press conference in the lobby of Trump Tower, the Big Three Networks put extra focus on Trump, along with questions about how he views race in the United States. So come Wednesday, NBC Nightly News aired a report …

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Women and Men Are Equal

Google fired software engineer James Damore for writing a 10-page memo critical of the company’s diversity policy. The memo violated the company’s code of conduct by “advancing harmful gender stereotypes” by suggesting that biological factors were part of the cause for the male/female gap in …

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Where Is the Corporate Disavowal of Black Lives Matter?

Liberal business executives are leaping like lemmings from President Donald Trump’s manufacturing advisory council. Good riddance. These silly string-spined CEOs have sided with social justice agitators, Beltway media enablers and Democratic resistance knuckleheads who believe Trump was wrong to condemn violence and hatred on all …

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7 Times Media Pushed CEOs to Dump Trump Over Charlottesville

The media don’t just make the news, they frame it. Journalists did it this week, pushing business CEOs to quit President Donald Trump’s American Manufacturing Council. After one CEO resigned in response to Trump’s comments on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, the media urged others …

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CNN's Cooper Claims Trump Advisors Have 'Ties to Hate Groups'

On Monday’s Anderson Cooper 360, the smearing of Steve Bannon went so far as to claim that he and other White House advisors have “ties to hate groups” as host Cooper set up a discussion of rumors that he might soon leave the White House. …

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AP: Avoid the Term 'Alt-Right' as a 'Public Relations Device'

The Associated Press vice president for standards announced that they will try to avoid using the term “alt-right” to describe neo-Nazis and white supremacists, since it “may exist primarily as a public relations device.” To which many conservatives will say: Good, we’ve never wanted to …

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MSNBC: Trump ‘Prop’ Elaine Chao ‘Complicit’ in White Supremacy

Following President Trump’s controversial news conference on Tuesday regarding the deadly Charlottesville violence perpetrated by white supremacists, on MSNBC on Wednesday, anchor Stephanie Ruhle and political contributor Steve Schmidt hurled a nasty smear against Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, who was present at the event for …

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Bozell & Graham Column: The Press Is Not Trusted or Popular

CNN delighted in reporting the results of a recent poll question which asked: “How much do you trust the things you hear in official communications from the White House? Do you trust almost all, most of it, just some of it, or nothing at all?” …

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To Bail or Not to Bail (Obamacare)?

Republicans face an ethical—not to mention political—dilemma: Should they bailout Obamacare?  To do so likely means putting band-aid after band-aid on a failing individual health insurance market that cannot survive without a continuous infusion of billions of taxpayer dollars—and may not survive even then. To refuse will …

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