A massive two-year New York Times’ investigation condemning Jewish yeshiva schools appeared on the front page on Sunday, September 11. The core accusation of “Failing Schools, Public Funds,” by reporters Eliza Shapiro and Brian Rosenthal, was that New York’s yeshiva schools for Hasidic boys focused almost solely on religious instruction, at the expense of secular education.
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The Washington Post and its journalism lecturers like Margaret Sullivan have strongly denounced “both-sidesism” in covering American politics, insisting Donald Trump and his supporters should be treated like destroyers of democracy. So it looked ridiculous on Sunday when The Washington Post Magazine found the urgent need to be “fair and balanced” when it came to…the
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A police officer from Columbia, South Carolina, died after suffering cardiac arrest during SWAT team training on Saturday. Master Police Officer (MPO) Tyrell Owens Riley had a medical emergency while doing a Specialized Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Assessment with the Columbia Police Department (CPD), Columbia Police Chief W.H. “Skip” Holbrook announced. “During the physical fitness
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Multimillionaire Chuck Todd has never lived in the real world and he made it painfully obvious that he’s oblivious to how the economy works during Sunday’s edition of Meet the Press on NBC. During his “data download” segment, Todd promised to explain “why immigrants crossing the border could actually be a solution to our inflation
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On Friday night’s All Things Considered, National Public Radio questioned why on Earth the NFL is popular, and seemed to root for its popularity to decline over sexual harassment investigations and accusations of discrimination. The online headline was “Scandals? What scandals? Here’s why fans are still watching the NFL.” The summary? “No matter the scandal, fans
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It was 35 years ago this September that Joe Biden’s first of three presidential campaigns was embroiled in a plagiarism scandal, one that would torpedo the bid in controversy. While journalists and late night hosts in 2022 don’t seem interested in mocking now-President Biden, it’s worth remembering that Johnny Carson had no problem joking about
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Talk about a birthday party! This week the Media Research Center celebrated its 35-year anniversary with a gala, star-studded evening at Washington’s National Building Museum. I was privileged to be in attendance with my NewsBusters colleagues. We were treated to appearances by Mark Levin, David Limbaugh, Bo Snerdley (James Golden), Cal Thomas, Larry O’Connor and
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A pro-life activist and author had his home raided by as many as 30 FBI agents with guns drawn, according to his wife. The sidewalk counselor and father of seven now faces up to 11 years in federal prison for allegedly pushing a man to the ground outside of an abortion clinic in Pennsylvania nearly
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A Michigan man was killed in what police are labeling a domestic incident that involved an attempted suicide. Although police reports about the incident did not use names, WWJ-AM reported that Jim Matthews, its overnight radio host, was the one killed. The station memorialized Matthews as “a consummate professional [who] was dedicated to WWJ and
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InnovaFeed, one of the leading producers of insects for animal and plant nutrition, has raised $250 million in a round of funding led by Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund, reports Business Wire. Countless companies have entered the “alternative protein” market in recent years, many claiming to offer more sustainable and healthy products than those typically found
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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to answer a very simple question about abortion from Peter Doocy. Instead of answering the question, she spent two minutes deflecting and attacking Republicans. During Friday’s White House press conference, Doocy simply asked Jeane-Pierre, “Does President Biden favor any limits on abortion?” Instead of answering the straightforward question,
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Performers censor themselves — fearing they might offend. Those who offend Hollywood lose work. Some lose friends. Adam Carolla doesn’t care. That’s why he’s the subject of my video this week. Carolla is one the most successful performers in America. His books are bestsellers. His comedy shows sell out. He hosts one of America’s most-listened-to-podcasts.
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Political humorist and satirist Andy Borowitz joined Walter Isaacson on Friday’s Amanpour and Company on PBS to discuss his new book Profiles in Ignorance which purports to report on the country’s growing anti-intellectualism. However, Borowitz’s segment proves the book is actually just an anti-Republican screed as he blames the problem on Ronald Reagan and defends
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I thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to throw cold water on the Democrats’ high spirits, as they hold on to the belief that the recent decline of gas prices (which are still high) and the abortion issue (which isn’t a top issue of voters) would be enough to save them from electoral disaster in November. The truth
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On Friday’s PBS NewsHour, Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty and New York Times columnist David Brooks took turns dismissing Kevin McCarthy’s “Commitment to America” platform for the midterm elections. The GOP can’t agree on anything, and as Tumulty put it, “Donald Trump keeps creeping into the news.” As if Team Biden and their media enablers
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Seventy-three companies in Britain are halfway through a six-month trial in which employees get a paid day off weekly. Instead of the standard 40-hour workweek, participants are experimenting with a four-day, 32-hour week. Of the 41 companies that responded to a survey at the halfway point, 35 said they were “likely” or “extremely likely” to
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On a recent episode of “The Rubin Report,” BlazeTV host Dave Rubin shared a video clip of White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre attempting to dodge a reporter’s question about the Biden administration’s glaring hypocrisy when it comes to transporting migrants to different parts of the country. Did Jean-Pierre admit to more than she intended
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Supreme Court justices return to work next month following a tumultuous last session in which the majority issued some controversial rulings, most notably the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Liberals in general and Justice Elena Kagan in particular, are upset by the decisions of the conservative majority. Justice Kagan recently spoke at Northwestern University School of Law
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WASHINGTON — The enormous outpouring of affection for Queen Elizabeth II has recently demonstrated to the world that monarchy is not dead. Now attention will turn to King Charles III, and we shall see how he will do. As I intimated last week, I think he will do very well. I said his initial speech
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A Florida sheriff’s deputy was killed in a deadly hit-and-run by an illegal immigrant who had previously been expelled from the United States – only to illegally cross the southern border again, according to law enforcement officials. During the investigation, police uncovered a “serious” immigration concern. Pinellas County Sherrif’s Deputy Michael Hartwick – a 51-year-old
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