FAIR finds the AP describing "incidents involving white law enforcement and black suspects." Got that? If you're at the receiving end of a police officer's bullet, you must have been a suspect! Even if you're a seven-year-old girl sleeping on a couch! "Telling, too, that in its description of police killings in the news over the last several months...the only thing AP sees fit to describe as 'violent' are the protests." No, it's not "reading too much" to note these items -- as Rush Limbaugh used to say, words mean things.
The "liberal" media has continued to trumpet the YAY FRACKINGZ DOESN'T HARMS TEH DRINKING WATERZ!!!! line of argument after the EPA released its fracking report last week, but Wonk Wire presents even more reasons to be skeptical. I guess the "liberal" media will just ignore everything Mr. Fox said because he was once an "avant-garde filmmaker," though that description is not a terribly precise instrument for dismantling any points he's made.
Sen. McConnell (E-KY) suggests to a right-wing radio host that the Senate probably won't be confirming any of President Obama's judicial nominees. Which is very mature of him! Does Mr. McConnell remember how he felt about Democratic obstruction of far fewer Bush Mobb judicial appointees? I kid, of course -- he remembers and doesn't care, like all irredeemably corrupt souls.
Ho hum, the "liberal" media says Hillary Clinton isn't using her husband's "triangulation" strategy, which they say brought white voters from red states back to the Democrats, but adopting President Obama's strategy of mobilizing the voters who are already likely to vote for you in more swingy areas. I wonder if the Obama strategy would work in 2016, too, especially against a really good politician like Scott Walker, but "troubling the party" my ass -- it's really the "liberal" media that's mad she's not running as hard to the right as they'd like. And there's really no law of physics saying that you must run to the right to reclaim red state voters. There are a lot of populists in red states, after all.
Finally, Sen. John Thune says approximately the stupidest thing ever said on Twitter: "Six million people risk losing their health care subsidies, yet @POTUS continues to deny that Obamacare is bad for the American people." Ah, how did those six million folks get their subsidies in the first place? From the Affordable Care Act. It's not just stupid, it's classic hostage-taking: give up Obamacare, or I'll blow the brains out of these subsidies you only got through Obamacare in the first place! Maybe U.S. Senators should stay away from Twitter.