Grandmas and grandpas … Look, I love my grandparents. Even called them all memere and pepere, the French words for grandma and grandpa. But if I were writing something formal like a headline, they’d be “grandparents.” Not so for professional news network Reuters. In a bid to sway public opinion against Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban, Reuters eschewed using “grandparents” to describe who a judge said can now enter the U.S. from terrorist hotbeds, opting instead for “grandmas, grandpas.” It is pretty blatant propaganda.
That’s not a constitutional protection … Members of the media are up in arms about being blocked by Donald Trump on Twitter and not being able to engage in the conversation surrounding his tweets on the site. They call this a First Amendment violation and are suing. I explain why that’s a bunch of B.S.
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Jake Tapper with a truth bomb? … While CNN is a cesspool of Fake News, there is one somewhat shining light: Jake Tapper. When Jake was at ABC News, he truly was a thorn in the side of the Obama administration, one of the few reporters who was. He just dropped this truth bomb on Twitter, about the “if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor” Obamacare canard. Of course, in the follow-up to that tweet, he ran cover for Obama. File under “tiny victories.”
Dershowitz: NYT is ignoring me … Alan Dershowitz says the New York Times is ignoring him. Why? Because “I don’t have the right point of view” on the paper’s current narratives regarding Trump and Russia. The Washington Examiner explores.
“A farce, not a scandal” … Writing in the Wall Street Journal opinion pages, Holman W. Jenkins Jr. explains how the Russia “scandal” is just drummed-up groupthink by the media looking for a reason to take Donald Trump down.
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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.