Bias: Concord Monitor burying the lede on Trump’s action on Obamacare?

by Skip October 16, 2017

The headline over the weekend on a post about Obamacare: Trump’s blow to Obamacare jolts health consumers, politics President Donald Trump’s abrupt move to cut off federal payments to insurers jolted America’s health care and political worlds alike on Friday, threatening to boost premiums for millions, disrupt insurance markets and shove Republicans into a renewed […]

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The Obligatory Emmy post: I guess they’re not getting the picture yet

by Skip September 19, 2017

And is there any wonder why the headline exists? Total Irrelevance: Trump-Hating Emmys Hit All-Time Ratings Low …Instead of being the lowest-watched Emmys in its 69-year history, Sunday night’s telecast might be able to squeak into the second-lowest. As of now, though, it looks as though all that promised Trump-hating resulted in a record low, […]

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White student wins vindication at Evergreen State College

by GrokWatch News Desk August 11, 2017

Contributor: Kevin Kervick A white student at Evergreen State College filed a bias report against the university after he was asked to change his seat because he is white. The bias investigator recently ruled that his case had merit. This is a victory for common sense. Follow Kevin on YouTube

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Million Dollar National Science Foundation Grant Funds New Anti-Bias Guide from UNH

by Steve MacDonald July 27, 2017

Two years ago, in July of 2015, the University of New Hampshire made national news over a Bais-Free Language guide which suggested, among other things, that the word ‘American’ is problematic. The media firestorm produced a clarification from UNH President Mark Huddleston and a defense of free speech, a retraction of the guide from university servers, and […]

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The Concord Monitor Reminds US What Taxation Means To Progressives

by Steve MacDonald April 17, 2017

The Progressive view care of the Concord Monitor. The state still doesn’t know the full impact of a recent cut in business tax rates, but the Legislature is already considering another reduction. A Republican-backed Senate bill would further lower the business profits and enterprise taxes in 2020, resulting in an estimated loss of $81 million in […]

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2013 Syrian Chemical Attack Survivor Thanks Trump…

by Scott Morales April 9, 2017

.. and the CNN host, Brooke Baldwin, tries her best to deflect that by showing a clip of Wobbles Clinton squawking negatively about Trump to her sycophants. But the survivor calls her out: “With all due respect…I didn’t see each and every person who was demonstrating after the travel ban, I didn’t see you three […]

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“Hey, hey, Ho, ho, Donald Trump has got to go!” – the Media

by Skip January 22, 2017

Well THAT didn’t take long, did it?  Trump’s honeymoon, if one could call it that, last all of, oh, six seconds with the mainstream media.  I’ve been watching this stuff since I turned 18 (and very intensely the last 10) and it’s like Groundhog Day.  It just seems that once a Republican enters the Oval […]

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Media Tools of The Democrat Party

by Steve MacDonald October 21, 2016

Glenn Thrush, Politico's "Chief Political Correspondent" emails Clinton campaign chief John Podesta: #PodestaEmails — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 19, 2016 The Podesta Emails are a total vindication of nearly every assumption we’ve made about major media for years. They are, with few exceptions, the propaganda arm of the Democrat party.

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Can You Trust the Press?

by Steve MacDonald October 8, 2016

Can you trust the press? Of course not. But here’s a look at the what, where, and why.

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Lester Holt

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2016
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The Internet says Lester Holt was obviously biased. His reward is a suitable photoshop.

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Mike Rowe Dissects Media Narrative Bias Toward Trump Voters

by Steve MacDonald August 25, 2016
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There is a media narrative about uneducated white men supporting Trump. Mike Rowe, when asked, was happy to talk us through it. Let’s assume that Donald Trump is indeed popular among white men who didn’t graduate from college. The first question is, so what? Is this information newsworthy? Obviously, thousands of journalists think it is. […]

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Another Blatant Display of Bias by The Left-Wing Media – Exposed!

by Steve MacDonald July 21, 2016
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The media is spending more time doing a forensic analysis of Melania's speech than the FBI spent on Hillary's emails. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 20, 2016 Not a perfect comparison. I think the FBI did an extensive investigation but were told to put all in boxes and walk away. But regardless of what the […]

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US Media Trying To Hide the Truth in Orlando – World Press Has No Such Bias

by Steve MacDonald June 14, 2016
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Notable difference between UK press, which is describing yesterday as a terrorist attack, and US press, which is calling it a mass shooting. — Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) June 13, 2016 If you don’t think elements of the US press are running cover for the government of the Democrat president and his party (while […]

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One Yuge Bonus from a Trump Nomination

by Steve MacDonald June 2, 2016
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This is just a piece but it gives you the flavor of what the next five months will be like, and I’m just not talking about Trump “running” for President. I refer to the beating the press is going to get before the eyes of an American public that has a truly inadequate sense of […]

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Facebook “Trending News” Scandal Gets a Status Update

by Steve MacDonald May 15, 2016
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Facebook’s fiddling with what appears to be a trending topic has had a ‘status update.’ An instruction guide published by The Guardian on Thursday shows that from start to finish the Trending Topics sidebar was designed to allow a small group of Facebook “news curators” to elevate, or suppress, topics and outlets. The Guardian has documents outlining […]

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Notable Quote – Howie Carr

by Skip September 11, 2015

The mainstream media goes crazy about Trump’s latest remark, tasteless as it was, and most of the voters immediately remember the absolute lack of outrage whenever a Democrat says something as bad, or worse. – Howie Carr (reporter, syndicated columnist, author, and Radio Hall of Fame talk show host).   Dunno if “most of the […]

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So what does “Do no evil” really mean in politics in this light

by Skip August 13, 2015

MAGINE AN ELECTION—A close one. You’re undecided. So you type the name of one of the candidates into your search engine of choice. (Actually, let’s not be coy here. In most of the world, one search engine dominates; in Europe and North America, it’s Google.) And Google coughs up, in fractions of a second, articles […]

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UNH Prez. Mark Huddleston – Run Away! Run Away!

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2015
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Thanks to ‘Axel’ for adding this update on Facebook. (Here is the link to the quote in the Concord Monitor) Statement from UNH President Mark Huddleston on Bias-Free Language Guide July 29, 2015 “While individuals on our campus have every right to express themselves, I want to make it absolutely clear that the views expressed […]

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The Media Are Sheep And Democrats are Still Better Shepherds

by Steve MacDonald January 1, 2015
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What’s the difference between the Steve Scalise Story and The Terry Bean Story? NH Democrat state party Chair Ray Buckley knows accused pederast Terry Bean.  They both serve on the Democrat National Committee.  They have been in the same room with each other more than once, had dinner with the president, and they may even […]

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What Passes As Un-Biased News Reporting About Israel

by Steve MacDonald July 10, 2014
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What Passes As Un-Biased News Reporting About Israel…

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The Non-Objective Progressive masks slips in the media: “Reprehensive Party of FL”

by Skip February 2, 2014

From Big Journalism: “NBC does it again, this time through a Miami affiliate that broadcast a graphic (see above) that read: “Reprehensive Party of Florida.” You have to ask yourself what kind of culture there is at NBC News that makes staffers believe that dehumanizing Republicans in this way is okay. This isn’t a one-off. […]

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“It’s for the Children!” – except when it is all about an adult

by Skip April 2, 2013

The Left’s second most rallying cry (and generally the lie most likely to be rolled out as a club) is “It’s for the children!” as if that is supposed to stop all debate by shaming their opposition (with the undertone of “what, you hate kids?  Don’t much like puppies or Mom’s apple pie either, do […]

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How About a Little Bias?

by Steve MacDonald March 15, 2013

Much of the media bais that occures is subtle.  From choosing what stories to cover and what to ignore to how issues, ideas, and people are framed in context, word choice and tone convey connotation, intentional or not, to the reader. Here’s a classic example from Yahoo! News. Claudine Zap, writing for The Lookout – […]

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An Open Letter to Foster’s Daily Democrat (Updated and Bumped)

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[Update: I was just informed that the day after this post originally went up Foster’s Daily Democrat decided to publish Dan Davis’ letter.   We take no credit.  I’m sure it was just waiting in the slush pile for a space to open up and the timing is coincidental.  We do appreciate Foster’s making room on their pages for […]

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Media Fact ‘Checkers’

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2012

H/T To Patriot Post (

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NH AG to Challenge Judge Lewis Decision On Domicile

by Steve MacDonald September 26, 2012

I confess I am surprised.  The New Hampshire Attorney General will appeal the decision earlier this week,  that would have suspended the new voter registration requirements for Domicile to vote in New Hampshire. One quick note: The articel suggests that the ruling had no affect on the Voter ID law, but I would take issue […]

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Classroom Political Bias in Merrimack New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2012

It’s not the first time that reports have reached my ears of obvious political bias in the classrooms of the Merrimack School System.  Tales of Middle School English teachers using their classrooms to promote the “science” of global warming we’re not uncommon, and while annoying not prevalent enough to demand action. The most recent circumstance […]

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Concord Monitor Takes a Stand – When It’s A Republican

by Steve MacDonald May 20, 2012

We’ve been reporting the theft of services by an SEIU Union Chapter VP and NH DES employee Richard de Seve for months as we struggle with the Department of Environmental Services and the State’s IT department, and their resistance to part with data, in response to our Right to Know Requests about state employees using […]

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BLESS those Concord truth-tellers! Media stupidity/bias in NH on display!

by Tim Condon March 11, 2012

New Hampshire Liberal Media Bias in Action (We conservatives and libertarians have long known that the “lamestream media” has a statist, leftward bent. Reasons? Collective “groupthink,” a need to please-and-entertain, government-dependent (and therefore Democrat-oriented) urban readerships, journalism schools peddling and enforcing statist propaganda…they all share blame for the lies. And it always seems to appear […]

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