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Environmentalist Issues Climate Scare Apology, Forbes Removes Article

Forbes unpublished an article Monday in which an environmental activist apologized for scaring people about climate change. Michael Shellenberger’s article was originally published by Forbes Sunday, but was taken down one day later. Shellenberger, who is the founder and president of Environmental Progress, decried “climate alarmism” in the article, which he posted on his website after Forbes took it down. ...

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‘Partisan Opportunism’: WSJ Disputes Liberals’ Coronavirus Comparisons Of US And Europe

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The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board cautioned against condemning America’s response to the coronavirus, calling comparisons between the U.S. and Europe “partisan opportunism.” The publication’s editorial board said Sunday that liberals blaming the Trump administration for the upsurge in infection cases have been partisan attacks, though it noted that the administration is also often too optimistic. The WSJ specifically cited ...

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Google Bans Ads On The Federalist After NBC News Raises Concerns About George Floyd Protest Articles

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Google will no longer run ads on The Federalist and Zero Hedge after NBC News raised concerns to the tech giant about articles that the conservative websites published regarding rioting and looting that occurred alongside the protests over the death of George Floyd. According to the NBC report, Google banned the websites from its advertising platform, Google Ads, after the ...

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Chinese Propaganda Outlet Has Paid US Newspapers $19 Million For Advertising, Printing

One of China’s main propaganda outlets has paid American newspapers nearly $19 million for advertising and printing expenses over the past four years, according to documents filed with the Justice Department. China Daily, an English-language newspaper controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, has paid more than $4.6 million to The Washington Post and nearly $6 million to The Wall Street ...

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PBS Stations That Received Millions In Federal Funds Partnered With Chinese Foreign Agent On Pro-Beijing Film

PBS affiliates in California that receive millions of dollars in federal funds each year aired a documentary this week produced in conjunction with CGTN, a Chinese-government controlled media outlet that is registered as a foreign agent in the U.S. PBS affiliates KOCE and KCET received more than $5.5 million combined in federal funding last year, according to the Corporation for ...

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Nurse Fires Back At White House Reporter Who Shamed Her For Not Wearing A Mask

A female nurse pushed back when a reporter asked President Donald Trump Wednesday why she and several other nurses gathered in the Oval Office during a press conference were not wearing masks or social distancing. “We’re all COVID-19 free. We were all tested,” said the nurse, identified by ABC News as Sophia Turner, president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. The ...

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Wall Street Journal Leaves Out Crucial Detail In Report On China’s ‘Bat Woman’

The Wall Street Journal left out a critical detail in its report Tuesday about China’s top virologist on bat-borne viruses saying her lab in Wuhan has no connection to the coronavirus outbreak. The Journal did not include in its report that the virologist told the Scientific American in March she lost sleep worrying about the possibility that her Wuhan lab, ...

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‘Misleading’: HHS Calls Out WaPo Story Implying Trump Lied About Coronavirus Knowledge

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The Department of Health and Human Services criticized the Washington Post Monday for a “misleading” story that implies President Donald Trump’s administration lied about knowledge of the coronavirus. HHS spokeswoman Caitlin Oakley also noted that “WHO information was incorrect and relied too heavily on China.” HHS made multiple attempts to send a team of American experts to China during the ...

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Washington Post Fact-Checker Corrects Himself After Botching Facts In Viral Twitter Thread

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Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler corrected himself after botching the facts in a viral Twitter thread meant to fact check President Donald Trump. Trump took issue with a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) inspector general (IG) report that found hospitals faced a shortage of the equipment necessary to fight coronavirus. In an April 7 tweet, Trump questioned whether ...

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NYT Treated Tara Reade’s Biden Accusation Differently Than Julie Swetnick’s Kavanaugh Accusation. Here’s How


The New York Times showed more far skepticism of an unproven sexual assault allegation against former Vice President Joe Biden than it did of an outlandish gang rape accusation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Julie Swetnick, who was represented by since-disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti at the time, accused Kavanaugh during his September 2018 confirmation hearings of participating in gang ...

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NYT Says It Didn’t Find Any Sexual Misconduct By Biden, Beyond Past Reports Of His Unwanted Hugs And Kisses

The New York Times edited portions of an article Sunday regarding sexual assault allegations against former Vice President Joe Biden, removing a section in the piece mentioning past complaints against him. TheNYT analyzed allegations former Senate aide Tara Reade made against the former vice president in the early 1990s, with the NYT concluding that it was unable to find any ...

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