Curt Smith, David Harsanyi and Victoria Friedman on The Larry O’Connor Show 12.03.18


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Media swipes at George H.W. Bush legacy fuel outrage: ‘Should be ashamed’ (FOX News)

Media missteps in the coverage of former President George H.W. Bush’s death — from a derogatory Associated Press tweet to the Gray Lady including misleading info in its obituary — have fueled new accusations of liberal bias.

While several publications and media figures used Bush’s death to take shots at President Trump, even some standard obituaries were panned as slanted and unfair.

The AP notably backed off a widely criticized tweet sent shortly after Bush’s death was confirmed. The now-deleted message said: “George H.W. Bush, a patrician New Englander whose presidency soared with the coalition victory over Iraq in Kuwait, but then plummeted in the throes of a weak economy that led voters to turn him out of office after a single term, has died. He was 94.” [Read More]

Former Speechwriter Remembers President Bush

With the passing of President George H.W. Bush, Americans everywhere are remembering his legacy.

“Take a moment and feel sad, because a part of our history has passed,” Tom Frisk of Rochester said.

With news of President George H. W. Bush passing late Friday night, it was the talk for many at Jay’s Diner Saturday. [Read More]

Every Time You Wish Someone ‘Happy Hanukkah’ You Acknowledge The Historic Jewish Claim On Jerusalem (The Federalist)

On Hanukkah eve, I tweeted out a somewhat reductionist thought commemorating the bloody Maccabean rebellion against the Seleucid Empire and their traitorous Hellenized Jewish accomplices. It seemed to upset some of my followers. [Read More]

Yellow Jacket Protesters Pull out of Meeting with French Government (Breitbart London)

Representatives from the Gilet Jaunes protest movement have said they will not meet with French President Emmanuel Macron’s government.

Two members of the Yellow Vests confirmed with Agence France-Presse Monday evening that they will not be going to the Hôtel de Matignon, the official residence of the Prime Minister of France, on Tuesday as planned.

Le Figaro reported that the group spokesman cited “security reasons.” [Read More]

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