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The Corporate Media Is Now Controlled by the Radical Left

The White House June, 11tth, 2020
The Corporate Media Is Now Controlled by the Radical Left
“Media moguls are resigning at a head-spinning rate, an irrational reaction that’s setting impossible standards and ceding immense power to an unreasonable group of fringe ideologues,” Emily Jashinsky writes in The Federalist.

“And it’s their own fault. They’ve used elite media platforms to embolden these irrational actors for years. They are failing to meet the standards they’ve promoted.”
 
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“President Donald Trump is signing an executive order [today] that will authorize economic sanctions on employees of the International Criminal Court (ICC) for pursuing investigations into U.S. military and intelligence personnel at Russia’s behest,” Christian Datoc and Henry Rodgers report for The Daily Caller.

“Now that the curves have been flattened, and the virus seems to be moderately contained, why are the city and state still disregarding the economic welfare of not only small businesses like ours, but all Big Apple residents and commuters trying to make ends meet?” writes Alexa Michos in the New York Post.

“Historically, people have been attracted to American journalism because it was the freest imaginable place to work for determined, often quirky individualists. Suddenly, it looks like the opposite of that,” Daniel Henninger writes in The Wall Street Journal.

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