Friday, September 23, 2022

To Corporate Media, Some Criminals and Victims Are More Equal Than Others

 
 
September 23 2022
 
Happy Friday from Washington, where Google is under fire from a Senate Republican for squelching the digital outreach of pregnancy resource centers. Mary Margaret Olohan reports. Let's see whether a horrific crime illustrates media bias against conservatives, Pete Parisi writes. On the podcast, a Mississippi congressman's clear-eyed view of the China threat. Plus: opposition grows to the Justice Department's heavy-handedness; marching for life isn't over; and a popular comic strip takes on woke corporations. Thirty years ago today,  Canadian Manon Rheaume becomes the first woman to play for a major North American pro sports league when she hits the ice for the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning in a preseason game.
 
 
 
COMMENTARY
To Corporate Media, Some Criminals and Victims Are More Equal Than Others
By Peter Parisi

Shannon J. Brandt says he drove a car into 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson, who died as a result, because he thought the teen was part of a "Republican extremist group" that was out to get him.
NEWS
EXCLUSIVE: Hawley Calls on Google to Explain Why It Has 'Throttled' Crisis Pregnancy Centers
By Mary Margaret Olohan

"I am concerned that … your company is deliberately limiting pregnancy resource centers' outreach efforts," Sen. Josh Hawley writes to the tech giant.
NEWS
Congressmen, Conservative Groups Defend Eagle Forum From Justice Department's 'Chilling' Subpoena
By Fred Lucas

"This is an outrageous attempt by the Justice Department to try to intimidate citizens," says Hans von Spakovsky, a legal scholar at The Heritage Foundation.
ANALYSIS
Rep. Trent Kelly Explains Threat China Poses to America
By Virginia Allen

China has "infiltrated our universities," says the Mississippi Republican. "They're buying our farmland. They're stealing technology."
NEWS
Here's Why Thousands of Pennsylvanians Are Still Marching for Life
By Mary Margaret Olohan

The Daily Signal joined around 5,000 pro-life activists gathered in Pennsylvania in the first March for Life since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
COMMENTARY
'Dilbert' Fired by Some Comics Pages, but Critics of Corporate Wokeness Might Get Last Laugh
By Suzanne Bowdey

The comic strip takes aim at businesses' diversity quotas with a character named Dave, who identifies as white, despite being black.
NEWS
ICYMI: House Republicans Release 'Commitment to America'
By Mary Margaret Olohan

House Republicans today released a new agenda, promising to fight for a strong economy, a safe nation, a future built on freedom, and a government accountable to the people.
 
     
 
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