Category Archives: 1st Amendment

Roger Ailes: “Legacy” should mean remembering someone for what they actually stood for

Roger Ailes, the man who crafted Fox News and reshaped the cable news is presented, died Thursday at the age of 77. There’s been a lot of comments about the… Read more »

Roger Ailes: Gone…and hopefully soon forgotten

Roger Ailes, the Fox News co-founder who resigned amid a sexual harassment scandal, died on Thursday, his wife, Elizabeth Ailes, confirmed in a statement. The network’s former chairman and CEO… Read more »

If you can’t beat ’em, cheat ’em (Presidentiary edition)

The news that President Donald Trump, in a fit of childish petulance, fired FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday is understandably dominating the news cycle. But on the same day,… Read more »

“[R]ight now, the press has a lot of questions to ask of you and your administration”

You, sir, are a dangerous person. After the latest events of yet another week of conflict and chaos surrounding you and your surrogates inside the White House, you have lost… Read more »

The truth ALWAYS crushes deceit and pathological dishonesty

If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State… Read more »