• NBC News admits Bernie Sanders’ past ‘praise of Socialist regimes’ could affect his 2020 general election chances

    The media coverage surrounding Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vt.) 2020 presidential campaign mostly ignored his past statements, actions, and political maneuvers as a longtime public servant. But, after his win in the Nevada caucuses this weekend, elements of the mainstream media admit that Sanders’ past could come back to haunt him on the campaign trail. NBC The post NBC News admits Bernie Sanders’ past ‘praise of Socialist regimes’ could affect his 2020 general election chances appeared first on Accuracy in Media.

  • Media highlights Sotomayor’s dissent and her accusation SCOTUS favors Trump administration

    The mainstream media highlighted Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s “scathing” dissent on a recent Supreme Court case on immigration. The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of the Trump administration’s public charge rule, which aimed to withhold green cards from immigrants who rely on government welfare programs. In her dissent, Sotomayor claimed that the conservative-leaning The post Media highlights Sotomayor’s dissent and her accusation SCOTUS favors Trump administration appeared first on Accuracy in Media.

  • New narrative emerges as media asks whether Sanders could be ‘unstoppable’ primary candidate

    For months ahead of the first 2020 primaries, the mainstream media portrayed former vice president Joe Biden as the front-runner among a field of over two-dozen Democratic Party primary candidates. With three primaries in the books, the media pivoted to openly wondering if Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is “unstoppable” heading into the Democratic Party’s 2020 The post New narrative emerges as media asks whether Sanders could be ‘unstoppable’ primary candidate appeared first on Accuracy in Media.

  • WaPo’s Sullivan urges media to abandon ‘neutrality’ in Trump reporting

    Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan is calling on fellow journalists to abandon what she called their “neutrality-at-all-costs” reporting on President Donald Trump and replace it with a new system entitled “Fairness First.” In her latest column, Sullivan complains that even though the media progressed in its coverage of Trump from at first normalizing him The post WaPo’s Sullivan urges media to abandon ‘neutrality’ in Trump reporting appeared first on Accuracy in Media.

  • NBC News debunks Buttigieg’s claim he could convince GOP voters to support him

    The media’s favorable coverage of South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg hit an abrupt speed bump when NBC News disputed his claim that his campaign appealed to Republican voters. Buttigieg, according to NBC News, “is pitching himself as a rare Democrat who can win over GOP voters in a general election, a Midwesterner whose message of national The post NBC News debunks Buttigieg’s claim he could convince GOP voters to support him appeared first on Accuracy in Media.

  • The Final Moments of Jeffersonian Democracy: The Rise and Fall of Agrarian Populism in the Late 19th Century

    Post-Redemption Dixie, and greater America, experienced a significant shift in politics as well as the means through which laymen asserted The post The Final Moments of Jeffersonian Democracy: The Rise and Fall of Agrarian Populism in the Late 19th Century appeared first on Identity Dixie.

  • The Z-Blog Power Hour: Africa and the World

    eeling a little worldly this week. I have been finishing up travel plans for the spring hater’s season, so I The post The Z-Blog Power Hour: Africa and the World appeared first on Identity Dixie.

  • Amalgamation Destroys Diversity

    Like all real Southerners, I am sick and tired of hearing about diversity. That is not to say that I The post Amalgamation Destroys Diversity appeared first on Identity Dixie.

  • Allies and Adversaries

    We often think of the progressive managerial class as our primary ideological rival…they aren’t. Yes, they are the rabid ideologues, The post Allies and Adversaries appeared first on Identity Dixie.

  • The Year of the Ladder

    My dad had a simple solution for all that was bothering me when he put that rickety ole stepladder against The post The Year of the Ladder appeared first on Identity Dixie.