Votes are votes … The Weekly Standard’s Jonathan Last tried to discredit the Conservative Review Liberty Score, and through it, Mark Levin. It was a laughable attempt. I took apart Last’s arguments piece by piece earlier today at Conservative Review.
Definer or advocator? … The folks at Dictionary.com jumped into the debate over affirmative action in response to a piece in the NYTs yesterday. They took the time to push a liberal narrative over just a basic definition. Yes, apparently left-wing bias has even seeped into the dictionary. Here’s the tweet.
Should white men vote? … Affinity Magazine, a magazine by teen SJWs for teen SJWs, asks what they think is a most pressing question. “Do white men really deserve to vote? The same people who brought us Trump.”
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Acosta preens …Yesterday at the White House daily press briefing, Trump adviser Stephen Miller and CNN’s Jim Acosta got into a heated discussion over immigration. Acosta, as usual, wasn’t trying to report; he was preening for the camera and acting like a lobbyist for the Left. Conservative Review’s Chris Pandolfo explained how Miller owned Acosta.
Stelter’s take … Of course, CNN’s Brian Stelter would see things differently. Stelter’s favorite hobby is slamming Fox News for bias. But he can’t see it on his own team. In his daily email, Stelter said that the exchange, which wasn’t news but a political debate, proves why the cameras should stay on. Stelter obviously thinks it is his network’s job to act as a foil to the administration, not to merely report the news.
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Robert Eno is the director of research for Conservative Review. He is a conservative from deep blue Massachusetts but now lives in Greenville, SC. If you see something you’d like him to cover, tweet him @robeno.