Honoring The Martyrs Of The Race Course

Since The Tragic Death Of George Floyd, America Has Witnessed One Tragedy After Another As The Media Has Fueled One Of The Most Divisive Periods In History Since The Civil War’s Brother Against Brother. Lost In The Ashes Of This Unrest And Unfound Claims Of Systematic Racism And The Decadent Anti-Forgiving Cancel Culture Of Woke-ism Are Memories Of Many Of Our Nation’s Greatest Unifiers.

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Tennessee Has Moved Some Inmates Up On The COVID Vaccination Priority List

A Tennessee Advisory Panel Recently Deemed Inmates Across The State To Fall In The Final Stages Of Covid-19 Vaccinations, But Officials Announced On Tuesday That Some Prisoners Would Be Moving Up The Priority List.

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How Democrats Crafted The First Impeachment, Helping Defeat Trump In 2020 With Media Help

From the beginning, the impeachment inquiry was rife with episodes suggesting Democrats had a larger strategy. They took an unprecedented amount of control over the process. The record of those proceedings shows that they were conducted in a highly unusual manner. In retrospect, it seems clear that they were designed not just to target Trump – but to protect Biden.

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President Trump Criticizes Latest Impeachment As Continuation Of ‘Witch Hunt’

Trump Says That The Second Impeachment Attempt By House Democrats Is “Really A Continuation Of The Greatest Witch Hunt In The History Of Politics”.

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The Annus Horribilis 2020, A Year For The Ages

There has been an ambiguous global debate if 2020 was the worst year in recent history? Surly it must rank up there with 1349, when the Black Death wiped out half of Europe. And it certainly can be compared to 1918, when the “Spanish flu” killed over 100 million people worldwide. It looks as if global scholars have respectfully spurned the Queen by naming 2020 as their “Annus Horribilis.”

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Capitol Chaos Selective Reporting Skews View Of Events

Much Of What Happened Wednesday In The Capitol Isn’t Known For Certain. Conclusive Outcomes Are Made In Real Time Across All Platforms Today, And The Spin Overwhelms The Need For Pursuit Of Truth. In fact, for all the presumptive conclusions that you’ve read or seen in the days since, a tremendous number of questions remain to be answered. For Sure, There Were Pro-Trump Supporters Inside The Capitol Building. These were all Trump supporters? Doesn’t seem plausible. But Who Else Was In There? And Who In The Media Will Make The Effort To Tell That Story?

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The Media’s Long History Of Disrupting Elections

All aspects of our lives were upended by the 2020 pandemic. The media reminded us daily of the violent social unrest and alleged racial injustice. They failed to cover abuses of our core democratic voting practices which cast long shadows over the efficacies of our election process. At a time so much went wrong and so little went right, when we needed unity, the media divided us even more. Debates were postponed or canceled. Candidates missed events, and held others on the internet or TV. Joe Biden hid in the basement of his Delaware home for days, and refused interviews. The media did Kamala Harris’ campaigning for her while Biden remained AWOL from most of America.

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Special episode Of – By – and For the People! Our news / Our media and our Trust!

Buchanan & Lewis About Our Media. The news coverage – the dangers of echo chambers – social media headlines – and more! In a world where clicks are rewarded and in a culture of dueling headlines. How much falls on the media and how much falls on us?!

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