Caution: Today’s podcast has a lot of cursing on it—cursing about the shockingly bad coverage of the extraordinary March for Israel yesterday and the effort by the mainstream media to bury it in an avalanche of “but really policymakers are concerned” coverage that is, frankly, bull—. Give a listen.

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  1. WilliamWarford Coolidge

    “It doesn’t fit the narrative” is a cliche, but often cliches become cliches because they are true. Those campus snowflakes we all laughed at or shook our heads at 10-15 years ago (think Nick Christakis surrounded and harangued at Yale after his wife suggested students could select their own Halloween costumes) are now in lower-level positions of power in the NYT, WaPo, etc., and it is only going to get worse as they climb the ladder and the sane people retire.  A (truly) peaceful demonstration in support of Israel doesn’t fit their narrative so they downplay it. I’m sure they scoured the crowd looking for someone with an ugly sign and it would have been featured prominently had they found one. 


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  2. GlennAmurgis Coolidge

    the WaPost (Democracy dies in darkness) 

    downplays the numbers.

    Something Big That Happened in DC Yesterday is Missing From WaPo’s Front Page – Twitchy



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  3. randallg Member

    I was disappointed. It wasn’t until minute 37 that I heard the first curse word, and there were only a few after that. C’mon John you can do better than that! You know what would be even more effective? One of the others uttering a curse word! That would be awesome.

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