Media vs America: The war we face

“He who controls information, controls the world.”

#CNNBlackmail: See you in Atlanta!

Unlike some, at least we don’t use witchcraft to get our point across!

CNN anchor confuses American, French national anthems

At CNN, the hits just keep on coming! Read all »

Mob rule: Evergreen State College’s descent into madness

Who knew the bucolic town of Olympia, Washington and the 1,000-acre campus of Evergreen State College was such a hotbed of racial injustice? Read all »

Morning Joe: Desperate for more attention?

During Tuesday’s edition of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Joe Scarborough told the world he’s leaving the Republican Party. Read all »

CNN’s Alisyn Camerota: Buckling under pressure?

For Alisyn Camerota, it wasn’t a very good summer Tuesday. Read all »

Mel’s Manifesto: A victory and a long battle ahead

“…Let me tell you what winning means – you’re willing to go longer, work harder, give more than anyone else.”   Vince Lombardi

StopTheScalpings, make no mistake, is winning. Read all »

Rachel Maddow: trapped in the fever swamp of conspiracy theories

When you’ve lost Glenn Greenwald…

On her July 6 show on MSNBC, Rachel Maddow spent 21 minutes going waaayyy off the deep end, floundering, and ultimately drowning herself in a supposed conspiracy she and her research team were sent. Read all »

CNN exec threatens Media Equality Project with doxxing, legal action over ‘bogus story’

Has CNN learned anything at all from its recent doxxing scandal? Read all »

Exclusive: Caught red-handed? Web bug found in emails sent by embattled CNN reporter

[Exclusive to the Media Equalizer]

In an attempt to unmask anonymous tipsters, did an embattled CNN reporter use a phishing tactic to gather private information? Read all »

Did a key Muslim ‘feminist’ threaten the president’s life?

Provoking anger and disgust, a controversial Muslim “feminist” is calling for “jihad” against President Donald Trump and his administration. Read all »

Mel’s Manifesto: Reporting for duty, Mr. and Mrs. America

In my sleepy hometown of Novato, Calif., Independence Day began with a parade, babies in strollers, a display of World War II tanks, Jeeps (awesome!) and the smell of BBQ wafting through the downtown streets. Read all »

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