07-24 Politically Incorrect Daily

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I’d love to try an experiment where we read every one of Trump’s policy decisions to a group of liberals, telling them it came from Obama or Bernie, and gauge their reaction. For example, re-negotiating NAFTA and TPP, giving a tax cut to 90 percent of Americans, making NATO pay their “fair share” of defense costs, charging tariffs to countries that have been screwing the U.S. for years with trade barriers, peace talks with Putin and Kim Jong Un, and so on. I’m guessing there would be loud cheers and shows of support for standing up for the American people! I would guess 95 percent of the hatred for Trump and his policies is purely fed by a corrupt, dishonest media and Democratic leadership who care about nothing but regaining their power.

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05-19 Politically Incorrect Daily

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The mainstream media is constantly in shock that few people trust them anymore, yet EVERY day they give us a new reason to doubt them. Yesterday, it was Trump responding to a question about the murderous gang MS-13, calling them “animals”. Of course, the media clipped the quote to make it sound like Trump was calling all immigrants animals. Do they not think we’ll be able to dig up the full context of his quote on any of a thousand internet sites that monitor media lies and fake news? These kind of things are the reason few people will ever taking a story at the word of the reporter, even for the few scattered people in the media that actually practice real journalism. It’s unfortunate though that at least 2/3 of Democrat candidates will use “Trump called immigrants ‘Animals'” as a talking point in debates in the midterm elections, and most Democratic voters will believe it.

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A democratic society depends on an informed and educated citizenry. — Thomas Jefferson

04-23 Politically Incorrect Daily

Did You Know?

One of the first high-profile examples of “fake news” occurred 11 years ago, carried out by, at the time, one of the most respected men in news, Dan Rather. He published a report two months before the election on George W. Bush shirking his Air National Guard duties. The report was based on 30-year-old memo from one of Bush’s superior officers. It soon came out that the memo was produced in Times New Roman font in Microsoft Word, which didn’t exist at the time of the memo. Also the cited author had retired before the date the memo was written. A journalism 101 student probably would have caught the fraud, but today’s mainstream media have never been about quality reporting, only destroying those with whom they disagree. To this day, Dan Rather will not admit his mistake.

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The optimist says we live in the best of all possible worlds, and the pessimist fears this is true. — James Cabell