Media 2.0 – N through Z

Dismissing the Facts Won’t Save the USPS

The U.S. Postal Service is in steep decline. Today, the U.S. Postal Service fails to meet even their own watered-down standards for letter mail delivery service and management has run up over $121 billion in debt and unfunded liabilities. Continue Reading....

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Treasury Deep-Staters Go After ExxonMobil on Trumped-up Charges

ExxonMobil a favorite whipping boy of the left found itself back in the deep states crosshairs this week. Continue Reading....

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When a Professor Justifies Infanticide

For years, pro-lifers have argued that if its acceptable to kill a baby in the womb, its acceptable to kill a baby outside the womb. Continue Reading....

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Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned from his post Friday morning, taking issue with President Donald Trump’s pick for communications director. The New York Times was the first to report Spicer’s resignation. .@PressSec resigned after vehemently objecting to appointment at 10 a.m. Friday of Anthony …

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College chancellor: Requiring students to take algebra is a ‘civil rights issue’

A community college chancellor in California is proposing to get rid of the requirement that all students take intermediate algebra in an effort to boost the graduation rate at his institution. Eloy Ortiz Oakley, chancellor of California Community Colleges System, made the suggestion during a …

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Chicago could shell out over $38 million for red-light camera program settlement

The Chicago City Council is set to review a $38.75 million proposal to settle a class-action lawsuit against the city for its handling of the local red-light camera program. The lawsuit alleged that the city did not give adequate notice to violators and charged improper late …

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The loud noise heard round the world

(Scott Johnson) Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau returned from vacation and held a press conference yesterday afternoon on the shooting death of Justine Damond by Officer Mohamed Noor. The Star Tribune reports on the press conference here along with two-minute audio excerpts. The Star Tribune …

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The Myth That We Need New Republicans

“We need new Republicans!” That phrase or variations on it (“Drain the swamp!”) are ubiquitous once again as the GOP-led Congress continues to fail to repeal and replace Obamacare. It returns to the lips of conservatives every time Republicans break a campaign promise or are …

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NEVERMIND: Sean Hannity Won’t Be Receiving Media Excellence Award, After All

Several weeks ago, we brought you the mind-boggling news that Fox’s Sean Hannity would be receiving Media Research Center’s William F. Buckley Award for Media Excellence. The absolute audacity in presenting somebody like Sean Hannity with an award named after the man who founded the …

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Rand Paul Agrees With Trump on at Least This One Thing (FULL AUDIO)

On Wednesday, as just about everyone knows by now, Donald Trump gave an interview to the New York Times in which he lambasted Attorney General Jeff Sessions for accepting the post and then recusing himself from decisions on the Russia probe. A lot of GOP senators …

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