The NYT has an article up titled The Most Successful Democrat Since F.D.R. It’s about Barack Obama.
The way fake news is flying around these days …
Oh, never mind.
Whenever I see that kind of story, where everybody agrees, I know there’s something wrong.
[T]he sure sign of a shlock media product is that it is drawn not from life but from previous media products.
Certain portions of the Main Stream Media are spun up over the non-existent proposal for a “Muslim registry.” This has to do with the suggestion that the Trump administration might reinstate something along the lines of the Bush-era requirement for adult male visitors from countries such as Saudi Arabia and North Korea to be interviewed and fingerprinted. (Muslim registry? I’ve met muslims from all around the world but never from North Korea.)
In a piece over at the NY Post site Rich Lowry notes that
That the so-called Muslim registry is now a thing, a subject of high dudgeon and hot debate, is testament to how the same media that complains about “fake news” is committed to manufacturing and driving its own narratives only loosely connected to reality.
Read the whole thing.
The Telegraph reports that Newsweek has had to recall 125,000 copies of their Madame President souvenir issue.
Former President Dewey was unavailable for comment.
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