It was a week that blew through controversies faster than our winter bomb cyclone.
The media still can't accept Trump as president and continues attacking him.
There’s lying like a rug and lying like the media.
All it took for the media to stop viewing Alabamians as a bunch of rednecks was for the media candidate to win an election.
The media went nuts when President Trump announced Wednesday that the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and will begin the process of relocating the American embassy there.
Sexual misconduct allegations are continuing to reduce the ranks of men in the anti-Trump media.
Where do we begin? With journalists covering the sex scandals rocking politics? Or with the sex scandals rocking journalism? Journalists came out looking bad in both.
The sexual harassment allegations throughout media and politics knocked more prominent men off their pedestals this week.
The Roy Moore story was going exactly the way the left and the media wanted.
One of the few things journalists like more than pushing liberal agenda items like gun control and abortion is celebrating when Democrats win elections.
It takes a disaster to get more attention in the media than President Trump.
The 2017 Super Bowl Part II pits President Trump against the sports elite and most of the media. It might be a fair fight if Trump didn’t have the majority of football fans on his side.
If vapid talk show host Chelsea Handler says it, it must be … utterly nuts. The Netflix micro-star has compared President Trump to North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong Un in a tweet.