The New York Times has made a habit of siding with the liberal media in recent decades, and now they're feeling the repercussions of their manufactured bias.
The leftists of the United States have been in a war with the facts in recent weeks, insisting still that the Russians are responsible for the election of Donald Trump.
President Obama has pushed a phony narrative of success when it comes to the unemployment rate in America for his entire presidency.
Julian Assange may be one of the unsung heroes of the 2016 election, after publishing a wild scattering of DNC-related emails via his website, Wikileaks.
At first, the liberal reaction to Donald Trump's landslide electoral victory was nearly funny; the overblown reactions, the polite riots, etc. But now, things are taking a turn for the ugly.
As the nation begins to settle into the idea that Donald Trump will become president in January, a new study shows just how hard he worked to beat the bias and win the election.
Just before the general election on November 8th, Newsweek raised eyebrows by shipping a version of their magazine declaring Hillary Clinton the President-Elect.
It has been a tumultuous and tenuous year for Megyn Kelly of Fox News, between her rift with President-Elect Donald Trump and her abuse at the hands of her Fox bosses.
CNN's blatant liberal bias has finally caught up with them, as their viewers are turning elsewhere for their "news" in unprecedented numbers.
In what has to be one of the most ridiculous crybaby moves of the election, members of the press are now complaining that Trump supporters are turning on them.