Tag Archives: news media

Our Dear Leader demonstrates once again the thin line separating “class” from “ass”

.@POTUS: "The fake media tried to stop us from going to the White House but I'm president and they're not." pic.twitter.com/QdqF7h7CbU — Fox News (@FoxNews) July 2, 2017 WASHINGTON (Reuters)… Read more »

A President for ALL Americans (as long as they’re White, Christian, and Conservative)

President Donald Trump has been tweeting regularly throughout the weekend, but not once has he mentioned the fatal stabbing in Portland, Oregon, that left two men dead after they confronted… 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 »

“[T]he same standard [should] be applied to this president as the past president”

White House Spox: If Trump Walked Across The Potomac, The Evil Media Would Report He Can't Swim [VIDEO] – https://t.co/zQsJXJ1YnQ pic.twitter.com/RKiBnKPWMg — JoeMyGod (@JoeMyGod) March 6, 2017 A White House… Read more »

Another day, another instance of the inmates running the asylum

Begin each day by telling yourself: Today I shall be meeting with interference, ingratitude, insolence, disloyalty, ill-will, and selfishness—all of them due to the offenders’ ignorance of what is good… Read more »

“It’s not every day that a U.S. president calls journalists ‘among the most dishonest human beings on earth’”

Reuters orders reporters to cover Trump like an authoritarian regime: Expect ‘physical threats’ https://t.co/TNqoUMx2W1 pic.twitter.com/nGXpgQuBlP — Raw Story (@RawStory) February 1, 2017 The Reuters news agency this week recognized the… Read more »

If you want to be President, you’d best put on your big boy pants, knowhutimean?

Whether you call it hubris, ego, self-interest…or combinations of all this and SO much more, there’s little doubt but that Donald Trump feels himself above conventional standards of conduct. When… Read more »